Collins McNicholas

Responsibilities:

  • Document controller – to define and maintain a documentation control system for all site GxP documents in compliance with site SOPs.
  • Create and maintain procedures for GxP Documentation control, retention, design, format and content.
  • Control and maintain site documentation archive on site and off site to maintain GMP compliance.
  • Tracking and recording all site documentation (electronically or paper based).
  • Facilitate training on Documentation management processes.
  • Maintain key site metrics /KPIs for documentation.
  • Where necessary assist in the developing templates and filing systems.
  • Assisting with processing updates to project documentation.

Requirements: 

  • Minimum 2 years Administration experience is essential with GMP exposure in a document controller role being a distinct advantage.
  • A third level qualification, ideally in a quality related area.
  • Direct experience of GMP within a healthcare company is essential.
  • Advanced knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
  • Proficient in written and spoken English.

For a confidential discussion please contact Mark Whelan on 071 914 2411 or email mark.whelan@collinsmcnicholas.ie

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