Clinical Microbiomics is searching for a Director of Quality - 17 January 2022.
Working as a Director of Quality at Clinical Microbiomics, you are to ensure compliance to ISO 17025 and GCP, perform QC work such as managing SOPs and CAPAs, and organize external QA activities.
Your primary tasks will be maintaining and improving the Quality Management System, providing support for quality related issues, and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements (especially ISO 17025 and GCP). You will have the opportunity to influence our internal processes and affect the way we work both internally and externally when collaborating with clients. You will drive and participate in audits and inspections. It is important that you have a well-developed pragmatic understanding of how quality measures can be efficiently implemented.
Secondary tasks can include various administrative and scientific tasks, including managing laboratory work and performing bioinformatics, depending on the preferences and qualifications of the applicant.
- A Master's degree or higher in the natural sciences
- Minimum of 3 years QA/QC experience
- GxP experience
- Full professional working proficiency in English
It is preferable if you have:
- A Master's degree or higher in the biological natural sciences (e.g. bioinformatics, biology, medicine, molecular biology)
- Experience working with ISO 17025
- Experience working with GCP
- Experience in maintaining a Quality Management System
- A scientific record in the microbiome or microbiology field
Clinical Microbiomics is a contract research organization working with the microbiome. We cover the entire microbiomics process, aiding in study design, performing laboratory work, developing novel bioinformatic tools, and providing meaning biological interpretations of the results. We pride ourselves on delivering cutting-edge scientific results of high quality.
Please contact Nikolaj Sørensen (email@example.com, +45 53 69 12 54) for further information or to apply.
Please send your application no later than 31 January 2022.