Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc.

Group Leader Quality Control

US-OH-Cincinnati
Requisition #
17-20072
# Positions
1
Category
Quality - Quality Control

Overview

Responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the QC Analysts in a commercial non-OSD testing group by setting clear expectations around the delivery of the finished product and stabilty work load.

Responsibilities

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Schedule/plan laboratory testing and assign work to maximize effectiveness and reduce cycle time; monitor process, progress and metrics, and design feedback loops into work.
  • Ensure all testing is conducted according to cGMP requirements.
  • Identify and evaluate opportunities for continuous improvement.
  • Assess any analytical or instrumental problems, coach and mentor staff to investigate and resolve by determining the root cause and implementing preventative actions.
  • Demonstrate flexibility in adapting to changing business needs.
  • Troubleshoot instrumental analyses using HPLC, GC, UV/VIS, and FTIR as required.
  • Incorporate communication plan with reports into MILO, including but not limited to monthly one on ones, staff meetings, and floor time (i.e. GEMBA, BOS, etc.).
  • Identify goals in the current performance and reward system that will aid in the development of their staff.  Monitor and track status of goals and other development activities.

Qualifications

Education:

  • Bachelor's of Science Degree in Chemistry or related quantitative scientific discipline required

Experience:

  • Minimum 5 years of progressive pharmaceutical QC laboratory experience required

Technical Skills:

  • Excellent knowledge of cGMPs and their application to a pharmaceutical QC laboratory; thorough knowledge of compendia USP, EP and ICH guidelines
  • Excellent knowledge of analytical instrumentation theory/practice and wet chemistry techniques
  • Knowledge of MS Office applications and LIMS

Communication Skills:

  • Technical writing skills including technical and deviation reports, and input into investigations; change controls, SOPs
  • Ability to communicate clearly, verbally and in writing, both within and between departments
  • Ability to motivate a diverse group of individuals to deliver maximum performance

Planning Skills:

  • Ability to assign work to staff to meet overall departmental goals with the flexibility to respond to urgent business needs

Problem Solving:

  • Excellent ability to identify and troubleshoot any analytical problems (methods, instruments, computer applications, general chemistry)

 

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