Staff Quality Auditor (BD's Quality Systems Internal Auditor) - Remote

Sectors:
Medical devices, Pharmaceuticals, Health, Social work
Locations:
International
Qualifications:
Not specified
Contract type:
Permanent
Hours:
Full time
Salary description:
Competitive
Sub-sectors:
All
Specialist areas:
Quality assurance (main), Audit/assessment, Consultancy, Health and safety, Operational improvement, Project management, Risk management
Posted:
13/09/2020
Start Date:
ASAP
Recruiter:
Becton Dickinson & Company
Job Ref:
947264517

Job Description Summary

The Staff Quality Auditor is responsible for the performance of audits in support of the BD Quality Internal Audit program.In this role he/she is responsible for carrying out audits under the Direction of the Associate Director Corporate Quality Audit. In addition she/he will work with the audited sites to ensure submitted evidence is compliant with domestic and international regulations, corporate policies and procedures, and local procedures. She/he will maintain the audit database to monitor audit program metrics and prepare reports for management. Job Description

Primary Responsibilities and Duties
* Conduct Corporate Quality Internal Audits to assure compliance with domestic and international standards and regulations, corporate policies and procedures and local procedures.
* Follow up with the audited site as required to compile information related to the audits
* Evaluate the adequacy of the provided evidence against the approved Audit Action Plan (AAP). In conjunction with management develop plans to address inadequate AAP documentation when required.
* Maintain the audit system software database to record the status of all audits and associated actions.
* Provide periodic reports to management based on the audit status and metrics.
* Maintain a high degree of personal professional development through a combination of internal and external training and participation in professional associations as appropriate.
* May perform other duties as required

Additional Requirements
* Requires 30-50% domestic and international travel
* Must be able to enter laboratory and manufacturing environments

Qualifications
* Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, or other related discipline
* A minimum of 5+ years work experience in the Quality organization of a Medical Device and/or Pharmaceutical company
* A minimum of 3+ years experience in with auditing compliance with domestic and international regulations for medical devices or pharmaceuticals.

Certifications

One of the below certifications or equivalent:
* Certified Quality Auditor/ISO Lead Auditor Certified
* Certified Quality Engineer
* Certified Quality Manager

Exemplar Global ISO 13485 Lead Auditor Certification or equivalent (Preferred)

Knowledge
* Knowledge and experience in CAPA; Root Cause Investigation; Validation (Process, Test Method, Software, and Design); Environmental Monitoring; Sterilization (EtO, Irradiation)
* Knowledge and ability to apply international regulations and standards of FDA QSR, ISO 13485, EU MDR, and ISO 14971 standards

Skills
* Excellent verbal and written communication skills
* Demonstrated ability to effectively collaborate and partner with all levels of management while maintaining an appropriate assertive style is critical.
* Strong analytical skills
* Effective project management and organizational skills are essential.

*This position can be located out of any BD site in the United States.

Becton, Dickinson and Company is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We do not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, creed, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital or domestic or civil union status, familial status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetics, disability, military eligibility or veteran status.

Closing Date:
11/10/2020
Contact Details:
Becton Dickinson & Company
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