Hannah Milward is currently seeking to recruit a Process Improvement Manager to join a major healthcare organisation in the East Midlands.
As Process Improvement Manager you will provide focus on the development of new and existing processes. By building quality in to the process design, the products will be produced in the most efficient way and meet the customer and regulatory needs.
You will be responsible for leading the Process Improvement Team to provide an efficient service to optimise manufacturing and cleaning processes using a Quality by Design approach whilst ensuring the validation activities meet Regulatory and Customer requirements.
The job holder will need to provide an effective New Product Introduction service for Clinical Trial clients to ensure new products are introduced successfully and that the processes are developed and validated to ensure the required levels of product quality and regulatory compliance are met. You will also need to deliver a comprehensive process, equipment and cleaning validation programme in accordance with cGMP and Customer requirements.
Qualifications & skills required:
To be considered for this Process Improvement Manager position you will have previous experience in the development or manufacture of healthcare products with a proven track record of new product introduction is critical to this role. In depth knowledge of cGMP, multiple dosage forms with an emphasis on sterile products and an awareness of Unlicensed and Licensed Legislation are key to your success in this role and previous leadership and management skills would be an advantage.
You will enjoy working cross functionally in a fast paced environment with teams of diverse people, have a can do attitude with the capability to plan and see the bigger picture, excellent Leadership and Customer Service skills and the ability to influence and build relationships at all levels across the business.
How to apply:
For more information or to apply for this Process Improvement Manager role please contact Hannah Milward on 0114 2839956 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please quote reference SH23326 in all correspondence.