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Global parental leave for all new parents (maternal, paternal, adoptive or surrogacy-assisted).
Global exercise reimbursement.
Two weeks off (one of them fully paid) for volunteer work.
SCOPE Responsible for the management of the quality assurance engineer staff to ensure optimal QA support to the organization (Operations and projects). Drive compliance improvements and ensure applicable site, division, corporate and external compliance requirements are met. Provides policy input to site quality head function. Selects trains and develops key staff to ensure availability of resources to support the QMS objectives. Advises and supports decisions on significant quality and products issues. Manages allocated budget against approved plan. Participates as a member of the on- site QA management team GMP/CORE JOB RESPONSIBILTIES Management and co-ordinating of team activities, including but not limited to: Maintain documentation management / change control system and documentation archive. Risk management file maintenance Corrective and preventive actions (CAPA) program Quality assurance support of operations Quality assurance support of research project Quality assurance support of process development projects Execution and review of internal and supplier audits. Support external audits Execution and review of statistical analysis supporting the implementation of statistical process control, sampling and other quality tools. The generation and review of qualification and validation protocols and reports Assigning staff based on priority and individual competencies / experience. Co-ordination with staff members and other departments to ensure that targets / goals are achieved. As appropriate escalation of issues to site Quality head function Ensure that quality awareness is improved in the organization. Execution of site / division and corporate policies to ensure compliance to applicable internal and external regulatory requirements: Generation of QA engineering input for site QA planning and site business planning. Generation and control of department budget on the basis of expected developments (projects, capacity and consumables). Ensure appropriate employee behaviors and where necessary address employee behavior issues with respect to AMO procedures (including but not limited to; safety, hygiene, compliance etc.) Management of staff: Training and development of staff. Conducting departmental meetings Conducting performance reviews. Recruitment and selection of new staff (as required) Qualifications REQUIREMENTS Education at higher vocational or university level At least 5-7 years of relevant work experience, preferably in medical device/pharmaceutical industry with some level of supervisory experience. A working knowledge of relevant GMP, QSR CFR 820 , ISO 13485, ISO 14971 Knowledge of relevant work instructions and procedures Knowledge of MS Office Flexible in undertaking tasks and working hours Ability to operate and maintain relationships at different levels within the organization Effective communication skills and ability to work across the organization Decisive and with the ability to set the correct priorities Ability to manage a number of priorities at the one time Ability to use own initiative and make the difficult decisions. Can lead and drive the changes necessary to build the business Excellent command of the English language (verbal and written) Primary Location Netherlands-Groningen-Groningen- Organization AMO Groningen BV (8358) Job Function Quality Requisition ID 2105966217W
Child care benefits
Short term disability