Chicago, Illinois

Kelly® Science & Clinical is seeking Quality Assurance Auditor professionals who are eager to bring the latest scientific discoveries to life in order to create a brighter, safer and healthier future for all. If you’re passionate about shaping the world we live in and ready for a new challenge, this may be the perfect opportunity for you.

 

Will perform GxP audits of pharmaceutical manufacturing, packaging/ labelling, laboratory controls, technical services, storage &distribution and quality systems for sterile/non-sterile APIs, drug products, medical devices, combination products, packaging materials and services.

GxP audits are normally taken place in the US. They are scheduled, prepared, conducted and followed up by the auditor based on company annual audit work plan and agreed GMP standards.

Scope of the position includes external Vendor audits and internal Global Risk Assessment (GRA) audits of company sites, however the primary focus will be company’s internal Global Risk Assessment audits and company’s critical CMO vendors.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Scheduling, preparation, conduct, documentation and follow-up of assigned GxP audits in accordance with the company corporate standards/
  • Initial assessment of audit deficiencies, corrective and preventive actions, and overall vendor/site compliance status based on regulatory GMP requirements and specific company requirements.
  • Communication to stakeholders on potential risk and product impact from observations and GMP deficiencies found during your audits.
  • Provide support to company site with supplier qualification issues and supplier risk assessment based on audit result when required/requested.
  • Support notification to management process in case of critical audit findings in collaboration with audit regional lead and audit plan owner.
  • Regular participation in GMP trainings (internal/external).

 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Science or related scientific discipline, or equivalent. Higher degree/PhD will be preferred for senior level positions.
  • Relevant regulated industry experience (i.e. FDA or EMA).
  • Experience working at the FDA is highly preferred.
  • Experience filing IND/NDA submissions (check which Phase of Clinical Development the talent has, or the client requires).
  • Experience with interacting with specific Divisions within the FDA (i.e., CDER or CBER).
  • Knowledgeable of FDA Clinical Trial Guidance's and regulations, pharmaceutical development process, and industry standard practices.
  • Prepare scientific and regulatory documents such as study protocols, investigator brochures, informed consent forms, annual reports, IND applications, IDE applications, and summary report.
  • Regulatory correspondence with PI's and on-site monitors to communicate and educate involved parties on new protocols, amendments, and continual review updates.
  • Maintain TMF related to ongoing studies and all regulatory documentation.
  • Working knowledge of database management programs, analytical tools, and CTMS.

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You should know: Your safety matters! Vaccination against COVID-19 may be a requirement for this job in compliance with current client and governmental policies. A Kelly recruiter will confirm and share more details with you during the interview process.

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