Quality Assurance Officer
Employment type: Full-time
About Batavia Biosciences
Batavia helps to optimize the route from drug discovery to clinic by being a thought partner for our customers. By leveraging the combination of our expert workforce, our broad, international academic and public network and our extensive range of high-end services, we design the optimal route for our customers to reach the one person that we all are 100% committed to: the patient.
To help us take biopharmaceutical development to the next level, our team would love to welcome you as our new Quality Assurance Officer.
About the job
For our facility in Woburn (MA) we are looking for a fulltime Quality Assurance Officer for our QA department with at least 4 years of relevant industrial working experience.
In this role you will be responsible for maintaining and supporting the operation of the Company’s quality management system and managing project-related Inventory and Equipment documentation, Change Control, Quality Incident and CAPA Control. As part of the process you will be approving study plans and reports, executing internal audits, follow up on audit observations from internal and customer audits and auditing and approving parties and suppliers. All these activities are to ensure adherence to proper quality standards in the execution of customer projects. Besides these activities, the Quality Assurance Officer is also making the arrangements for all Regulatory Permits including- writing new, revising and renewing existing permits, tracking and archival, etc.
This QA position reports directly to the Director QA / QP in the Netherlands.
Your letter of motivation and CV should show that you have:
- A Bachelor / Master degree in life science, biotechnology or related subject;
- At least four years of experience in a (research oriented) biotechnology or biopharmaceutical industry environment as QA Officer and/or Manager QA;
- Proven background in (bio)pharmaceutical QA;
- Experience with performing audits of facilities, systems or suppliers is a plus;.
- Good verbal and written communication skills.
In the interview you should show that:
You are enthusiastic and comfortable in a dynamic environment, you can work both in a team and individually and you communicate clearly at all levels. Next to this you are able to get your thoughts, ideas and knowledge across in a helpful way. You enjoy to train R&D personnel in quality aspects of biologics development on behalf of clients. Planning and organization skills allow you to have an overview of the necessary work and that you are able to set and meet deadlines.
You can send your motivation letter and resume to, Mrs. Ingrid van Aarle, HR Manager. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
No unsolicited assistance from recruitment organizatons is accepted for this employment opportunity.