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Assure ongoing compliance with quality and industry regulatory requirements for cGMPs, 21CFR 210/211, 21CFR 820 and 21CFR Part 4.
Responsible for release of product manufactured and/or packaged at Teva's Third Party Suppliers located in the U.S.
Provide Quality oversight for all manufacturing/packaging/testing at Teva's Third Party Suppliers.
Draft new and revise existing Quality Assurance policies (SOPs) based on the needs of the department.
Prepare and maintain metrics for reporting Quality data including those for key performance indicators (KPIs).
Prepare, negotiate and amend new and existing Quality Technical Agreements.
Receive, review Quality Customer Complaint investigations, non-conformance reports and Laboratory Investigations ensuring all necessary components are included.
Develop, recommend and monitor corrective and preventive actions (CAPA) and CAPA effectiveness reviews within the TrackWise system.
Prepare reports and/or presentations for Quality Management to communicate outcomes of quality activities.
Evaluate audit findings and implement appropriate CAPA.
Evaluate Third Party Supplier Annual product Reviews (APRs) against internal SOPs to identify trends and ensure a continued high level of quality.
Review, evaluate and approve change controls from Third Party Suppliers and act as the point of contact for all comments between internal departments and the site.
Be able to communicate to senior level management critical issues that may impact product on the market or product intended for the commercial market.
Review and approve validation protocols and reports for activities occurring at Third Party Suppliers.
Represent the TPO Quality department and act as the primary contact for various cross functional teams involving product transfers, new product launches, supply chain activities, etc.
Education and Experience
Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 3 years' experience in a Pharmaceutical FDA regulated industry in Quality Assurance or related field.
Must have working knowledge of cGMPs, CFR, ICH and applicable international regulations/guidelines.
Certifications such as Quality Auditor, Quality Engineer, Quality Improvement Associate and/or Six Sigma are a plus.
Experience with Investigations, Change Controls, Product Release, CAPA, Validations, preferred.
Experience with external pharmaceutical manufacturing, packaging, testing and devices is desired.
Strong computer skills including TrackWise, Oracle and SAP is desired.
Quality: attention to detail and accuracy, committed to excellence, suggests improvements to existing process, identifies root causes, owns and acts on quality issues.
Teamwork: meets all team deadlines and responsibilities, listens and values other's opinions
Customer Focus: represents Teva in a professional and positive manner. Sets expectations of quality, solicits opinions and ideas and responds to customer quality inquiries.
Adaptability/flexibility: adjusts plans to meet changing needs, open to new ideas, takes on new responsibilities.
Communicate well both verbally and written.
Collect, manage and analyze data.
Analyze and solve problems using existing solutions.
Plan, prioritize and organize with minimal management oversight.
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