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Qualified Person (QP)

Job Description

Do you want to shape and contribute to the future of healthcare? Siemens Healthineers are looking for an experienced Qualified Person (QP) to join our team based at PETNET Mount Vernon (MVH) in Northwood, North London, England.

We embrace and encourage different viewpoints, backgrounds, experiences and expertise. We encourage our employees to be themselves and empower them to unleash their true potential. This allows different ideas and approaches to thrive. Find out more here.

Responsibilities:

Within PETNET UK the MVH the QP is primarily responsible for the certification and release of medicinal product batches manufactured at the site in accordance with Annex 16 of the Rules and Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Distributors (current edition) and EU GMP. The MVH QP will also be required to act as a back-up QP for the Nottingham City Hospital (NCH) site when required.

As a member of the UK Quality team, the MVH QP is also responsible for:

o    Managing the UK Quality Management System in collaboration with the NCH QA team

o    Representing Quality in local and regional projects

o    Collaboration with PETNET Regulatory Affairs

This role will involve shift work, with some early starts and Saturday working.

Skills & Experience:

Qualifications

  • Degree in Life sciences
  • Eligible to act as a Qualified Person in UK

Competencies

  • Problem solving / root cause analysis
  • Oral and written communication / presentation skills
  • Concise and persuasive in the description of the different QA situations to ensure GMP compliance at all times

Knowledge/Experience

  • Knowledge of quality requirements through the whole value chain
  • Working knowledge of UK and EU GMP requirements

Being part of our team:

Siemens Healthineers is a leading medical technology company with a 170-year legacy of first-to-market technologies and product innovations. Passionately driven by empowering healthcare providers to better help their patients, our technologies touch an estimated 5 million patients globally every day. We are committed to helping healthcare providers to succeed and work in the areas of diagnostic and therapeutic imaging, laboratory diagnostics and molecular medicine as well as digital health and enterprise services.

Siemens Healthineers has been Certified™ as a ‘great place to work’.  We are inspired to transform the way things are done – because we want what is best for our people, our customers, and ultimately to help everyone live longer and healthier lives. To find out more about our business and recent news, including our continued response to COVID-19, please explore our website.

Benefits:

  • A competitive salary
  • Generous pension contributions
  • 26 days holiday
  • Access to our flexible benefits from private medical insurance to dental cover
  • Corporate Social Responsibility opportunities including 2 paid volunteering days per year
  • Support from our 24/7 employee assistance programme

In addition, we provide a flexible and dynamic environment with the space to stretch beyond your comfort zone in order to grow both personally and professionally. Our unique team spirit arises from embracing different perspectives, open debate, and the will to challenge conventions. Change is a constant aspect of our work. We aspire to lead the change in our industry rather than just react to it. That’s why we want you to seek, implement and celebrate your best ideas.

We recognise that building a diverse workforce is critical to the success of our business. We strongly encourage applications from a diverse talent pool and welcome the opportunity to discuss flexibility requirements with our applicants to encourage agile working.


Organization: Siemens Healthineers

Company: Siemens Healthcare Limited

Experience Level: not defined

Job Type: Full-time

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