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Quality and Compliance Project Lead

Job Field:
Regulatory and Drug Safety Jobs
Discipline:
QA Jobs
Country:
United Kingdom
Region:
South Wales, Scotland, All England
Contract Type:
Permanent
Currency:
Unspecified
Salary Description:
Competitive
Posted:
30-Jul-19
Recruiter:
Clintec
Job Ref:
3598

Due to continued growth, Clintec is recruiting a Quality and Compliance Project Lead to join our team in the UK. This role is ideally based from our HQ in Glasgow however we are also considering applications from UK home based candidates. By working for Clintec you can further your career in a dynamic, fast-paced environment and you can be assured of rewarding benefits

Working for Clintec:

At Clintec, our staff never stop learning. Join them and receive expert training and guidance throughout your career and the opportunity to move up the career ladder. We believe our people are our greatest asset and understand that the best performance comes from individuals who know they are valued and supported by their teams.

We look after our staff and work/life balance is important to us. We are proud of our people and family friendly policies.


We can offer you:

A competitive salary, 25 days annual leave, an extra day annual leave on your birthday, flexible working hours, private healthcare, pension contribution, life assurance and a friendly and social working environment
The opportunity to work with various global pharmaceutical leaders on the some of the most prestigious, ground-breaking and challenging drug development projects
Real career development opportunities and a life-long career with an innovative, forward-thinking clinical research company


Responsibilities:

The Quality and Compliance Project Lead will primarily provide independent quality support and oversight for clinical projects within Clintec. The post will take a lead role in providing clinical quality support and guidance to Clintec project teams and clients

Project Support and Oversight for clinical projects within Clintec.
Act as the principal contact for quality advice and guidance to Project teams
Facilitating regular meetings with operational project teams
Work collaboratively with project managers discussing issues raised, highlighting potential new issues and proposing solutions in line with ICH GCP, applicable regulatory requirements, SOPs and study specific documents (eg the study protocol, study specific plans).
Support the management and resolution of quality incidents
Maintain accurate records within the Clintec quality management system
Actively maintain tracking of the status of all quality incidents and CAPAs on projects.
Support project teams during preparation, conduct and follow-up of audits / inspections.
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Essential Criteria

Working knowledge of ICH-GCP guidelines (ideally from a QA or Clinical Operations background)

Company Info

Clintec (an IQVIA company), established for 22 years, is an award-winning, full-service global clinical research organisation. Our head quarter office is based in Scotland, UK and we have operations across 50+ countries worldwide.
We differ from other players in the clinical research industry as we combine the agility and flexibility typical of smaller CROs with the global coverage and management associated with large CROs.
We provide clinical research support services to clients in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, assisting with key product development and managing clinical trials across all major therapeutic areas, with expertise in Oncology and Rare Disease studies.

Application Details

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Alternatively if you want to know more about job opportunities at Clintec or our company, please visit our websitewww.clintec.com or contact our internal recruitment team directly at careers@clintec.com.

Keywords

Clinical Research / Clinical Trials / Clinical Research Professionals / Clinical Research Career / QA / Quality Assurance / CRO

Closing Date:
27/08/2019

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