QC Lead (Bio Technical)
You are required to possess a University degree in a relevant science discipline and have at least 6 years of relevant working experience (includes supervisory experience) in pharmaceutical environment. You need to have competent technical skills in the following:
- Common laboratory techniques (advantage)
- laboratory equipment qualification
- method validation
- Knowledge of cGLP & cGMP
- Preferably with laboratory experience (advantage)
- Knowledge of computer system validation
- Effective report writing skills
- Leadership skills
- Analytical skills with logical thinking
At GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) we are dedicated to improving the quality of human life by enabling people to do more, feel better, live longer. GSK is one of the world's leading research based healthcare companies, with over 100,000 employees in 150 countries across our Pharmaceuticals, Vaccines and Consumer Healthcare business.
We are proud of the difference we make and in 2016, FORTUNE Magazine ranked GSK #1 on its list of companies that are changing the world. The 'Change the World' list recognises companies that have made significant progress in sustainable, scalable approaches to addressing societal problems as part of their company strategy. Put simply, our focus is on improving access and affordability of medicines, regardless of where people live or their ability to pay.
GSK has been present in Asia for over 50 years and our commitment to the region is strengthened by the establishment of our purpose-built headquarters for Asia. Situated in Singapore, GSK Asia House is a further step in our long-standing strategy to grow and diversify our company - emphasizing the globally balanced business we have built over the years. To better support Asia, we focus on developing talent to improve our ability to make the right decisions for healthcare professionals, patients and consumers across the region.
GSK Vaccines grew by 14% in 2016 and is one of the largest in the world. Every year we distribute nearly 1 billion doses to 170 countries, of which over 80% were supplied to developing countries. We produce 30 paediatric and adult vaccines, 11 of which are world first, to prevent a range of infectious diseases including; hepatitis, rotavirus and HPV infections, diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, measles, mumps, rubella, bacterial meningitis and influenza. Our Tuas site, one of only two GSK global vaccines manufacturing facilities worldwide, operates around-the-clock to manufacture the active ingredient used to make a GSK vaccine that protects children against pneumonia.
As the QC Lead, you will support all the activities in leading and managing the QC Technical Team. You will be expected to drive and perform development / validation / verification and transfer activities and to provide technical expertise and consultation to testing teams on technical matters. Your responsibility will be to ensure the timely implementation of projects with full compliance to corporate, regulatory and external agency regulations. You will manage and implement changes required by testing team; including equipment, material, method introduction and compendial updates. You will also play a critical role as the author / reviewer / approver of required GMP documentation such as SOPs, technical protocols and reports. As the QC Lead, your role will also be to ensure thorough investigation of events and deviations and timely closure of CAPA and participate and support in GMP audits.
As a skilled people leader, your role will be to develop the team, ensuring the required knowledge is embedded and competencies developed, as well as manage effective resourcing and prioritization.
What We Can Offer You
GSK's dedication to the wellbeing of our employees is reflected in the benefits we offer; including healthcare for yourself and dependents, performance related bonus, long term incentives and a host of other flexible offerings you can tailor to your own preferences. We also offer a range of employee health and wellbeing programs including our truly unique Partnership for Prevention program, a global commitment by GSK to provide all employees with up to 40 preventative healthcare services bringing to life our mission to: do more, feel better and live longer.
At GSK we value diversity and treat all candidates equally. We aim to create an inclusive workplace where all employees feel engaged, supportive of one another, and know their work makes an important contribution.
If you would like to join us in innovating and inspiring changes in the industry, we urge you to apply.
Closing date for applications: 12th August 2017
You may apply for this position online by selecting the Apply now button.
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