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Quality Manager - Change Control

  • Sector: Science & Pharma
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  • Job Ref: 19602

Quality Manager – Change Control


Our client, who specialises in life-changing products, is recruiting for Quality Manager – Change Control to join their state-of-the-art facility in Longford. This role will manage the change control function which sits as part of the Quality Department. You will be responsible for a team of between 30 to 40 direct and indirect employees overseeing product/process changes to meet site business needs and ensure effective design control of on-market products. A core element of the role is to continuously drive departmental projects to support quality and continuous improvement activities as well as developing and managing department metrics to support factory throughput and financial plan development.


Its a permanent position with a competitive salary and benefits package.

Day to Day Responsibilities 

  • Work within the Quality Department to manage site change control activities for products and processes. Conduct business in a manner that will protect human health, safety and the environment by complying with all applicable EHS laws as well as the Global and Technical Standards. 
  • Provide leadership and guidance to reports to ensure both area of work and product quality are maintained to the highest standards. 
  • Provide the necessary leadership to ensure comprehensive training programs to enable the Change Control Team to perform their functions to a "Best in Class" standard ensuring premium customer service levels 
  • Ensure Personal and team adherence to individual Core Job Responsibilities. Set high expectations for communication, accountability and people development for self and team.
  • Demonstrate leadership by managing your respective area in a fashion to ensure all relevant throughput targets for your area are achieved.
  • Lead area projects and ensure successful planning, execution, completion and implementation to reduce costs, increase throughput and improve process workflows. Manage team to ensure site practices and HR guidelines are adhered to and personnel development is supported. 
  • Ensure compliance to GLP/GMP practices, timeliness of CAPA and audit actions and promotion of activities to reduce errors.
  • Optimize the use of human resources by encouraging an atmosphere of involvement, open communications and effective teamwork.
  • Motivate employees and build teams to support the plant's policy of continuous improvement towards the concept of zero defects.


Education & Experience:

  • Honours Bachelor’s Degree or Masters in a relevant discipline
  • Supervisory experience in a regulated manufacturing environment
  • Strong Leadership skills
  • Strategic thinker  

What’s on offer

  • Competitive salary.
  • Healthcare cover.
  • Pension.
  • Long term incentives
  • Life Insurance.
  • 21 days paid annual leave.
  • Educational Assistance.
  • Learning and Development Programmes.
  • Employee Assistance Programme (EAP).
  • Workplace Wellness Programmes.
  • Onsite parking and cafeteria.
  • Career development planning


For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Davin Ferguson

071 9140251