QA / Regulatory Administrator

  • Salary: £25,000 - £30,000
  • REF Number: 00049235
  • Consultant: Naynesh Mistry
  • Contact: 01246 457703
  • Date Published: 19.11.2020
  • Sector: Life Sciences, Medical Devices
  • Location: Oxford, Oxon/Wilts
  • Discipline: Biotechnology, Qa / Validation, Regulatory Affairs

CK Science are recruiting for a Regulatory / QA Administrator to join a Biotechnology Company at their site based in Oxford, UK on a permanent basis. You will be joining a small team that supports the business needs via analytical lab testing, methoddevelopment and R&D.


  • Managing the cross-departmental administrative activities that facilitate the smooth running of Regulatory/Quality Assurance (QA) and Technical Operations laboratory associated processes.
  • Oversee and maintain databases, collate data, draft regulatory documents, work closely with the quality team and work with vendors and contractors
  • Ensure that laboratory equipment is procured, tracked, maintained including its GxP validation status, and that documentation is complete, accurate and filed.
  • Oversee the administrative management of the Quality Management System (QMS) under the guidance of the Head of Quality Assurance

This will be an office based role in Abingdon. Working from Home can be considered once the role has been established and is functioning successfully.

Your Background:

  • A minimum of BSc degree Biological Sciences, Chemistry or equivalent
  • Having worked in a regulatory environment will be a great advantage – GCP, GLP, GMP experience
  • Excellent organisational and time-management skills
  • Strong IT skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
  • A knowledge of Computer System Validation is advantageous

Desired (butnot essential experience):

  • Have worked in a regulatory environment.
  • Be familiar with basic scientific systems and processes.


For more information or to apply for this position, please contact Naynesh Mistry on 01246 457703 or email, quoting job ref 49235.

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

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