QA Officer - Shift Based

  • Salary: .£30,000 - £34,000 +SA
  • REF Number: 00048875
  • Consultant: Naynesh Mistry
  • Contact: 01246 457703
  • Date Published: 10.09.2020
  • Sector:
  • Location: Swindon,
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CK Science are currently recruiting for QA Officers with experience working in a steriles pharmaceutical quality function, to join a global Life Sciences company based near Swindon on a permanent basis.

This role will follow the following shift pattern with up to 22% shift allowance: Week one: 7:00 – 15:00 Week two: 14:45 - 22:45

The Company: A Global Life Science powerhouse organisation that commits to analytical instrumentation and essential lab supplies, as well as a variety of other consumables. The company is located within a commutable distance to both Reading and Bristol on the M4.

QA Officer Role: This is a key role, as it provides key QA oversight to operational activities across the manufacturing facility (including laboratory operations, warehouse, sterilised and aseptically filled products).


  • Review of GMP records (physical & online) from equipment logbooks to batch manufacturing records and QC testing.
  • Closure of batch records with LIMS & SAP transactions.
  • Supervision of cleanrooms and training/coaching of staff & QA peers.
  • Support cleanroom openings and month end client service targets by the provision of appropriate cover (e.g. weekends).

Your Background:

  • Science based degree; e.g. Chemistry, Biology, Pharmacy or equivalent with commercial QA experience.
  • Experience working within a pharmaceutical quality function, including direct QA experience within sterile manufacturing.
  • A good working knowledgeof the principles and guidelines of GMP.

The Benefits: A completive salary and annual bonus with ongoing career development. Additionally, there is pension as well as employee benefits and discounts.

Apply: For more information or to apply for these QA Officer positions, please contact Naynesh Mistry on 01246 457703 or email, quoting job ref 48875.

It is essential that applicants hold entitlement to work in the UK.


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