- Reference: GY43478
- Job Type: Contract
- Location: Galway, Galway city, Mayo
- Category: Engineering, Technical & Manufacturing
Our client is currently looking for Quality Engineer I to join our Complaints Department at their Galway site.
- Demonstrates commitment to the Quality Policy (patient safety and product quality) through their daily execution of sound quality practices and the maintenance of an effective quality system. Understands and complies with all the regulations governing the quality systems.
The key responsibilities:
- Ensure compliance to all applicable regulatory standards and current GMP procedures and practices.
- Receipt and disinfection of returned product samples
- Perform analysis on returned product samples
- Completion of investigation records within the Global Complaints System (GCS2) database
- Preparation and delivery of complaint trend data at the monthly value stream Complaint Review Board meetings
- Problem solving and continuous improvement investigations.
- To provide assistance and support to the Quality Engineering function, Complaint Management Centres and EMI Partners
- Provision of excellent service to all internal customers of the Complaint Investigation Site.
- Decision making ability coupled with the ability to work on one’s own initiative and with minimum supervision is required.
- Good interpersonal skills and organizational skills.
- Excellent attention to detail.
- Communicates any concerns about work process regarding environmental impact, health or safety issues to their Manager.
- HETAC Level 8 qualification in a relevant area with a min. of 2 years relevant experience.
- Good technical capabilities, communication skills, teamwork abilities and initiative.
- Proven ability to work well both as part of a team but also able to work on own with minimum supervision.
- Completed Hepatitis B Vaccinations course would be an advantage
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