Collins McNicholas is delighted to bring a new role to the Galway market. Our client is a medical device organisation based on the west side of Galway. They are now seeking a Quality and Environmental Manager who will be fully responsible for leading and managing all aspects of the Quality and Environmental Management functions within the company. This role is part of the site management team and reports to the Director of Operations.
Key Duties (full job spec available upon request):
- Develop and implement effective and efficient Quality & Environmental management strategies, policies, and procedures.
- Ensure Quality and Environmental Management systems are fully compliant with customer, regulatory, legislative, and business requirements.
- Manage the quality and environmental function within the agreed budget.
- Fulfill the role of management representative for the Quality and Environmental Management systems.
- Ensure that customer requirement are understood and achieved for the lifecycle of the product.
- Ensure supplier quality is effectively managed.
- Ensure that problems are solved using systematic problem-solving methodologies.
- Manage and develop the Quality and Environmental team.
- Lead quality-related projects ensuring that they are delivered on time and within budget.
- Prepare for and manage customer and regulatory audits (Quality & Environmental).
Key Requirements for this role
- Degree qualification in Quality, Engineering, Science or relevant experience in a quality assurance role within the Medical Device Industry.
- Proven track record in leading the quality function within a medical device manufacturing company. A minimum of 5 years’ experience in a similar role.
- Thorough knowledge of quality and environmental management systems and associated regulatory requirements (ISO 13485, ISO 14001, FDA etc.).
- Demonstrated ability to project manage and execute tasks in an efficient manner
- Strong people management experience and the ability to demonstrate this
For more information and a confidential discussion please contact Elaine Dolan.