On behalf of Nordic Drugs, we are looking to recruit a QA manager with the possibility to take on the role as Responsible Person.
As Quality Manager at Nordic Drugs, you take responsibility for development and maintenance of Nordic Drugs’ quality management system. This involves a wide range of tasks. You prepare and update GDP/GMP related SOPs, as well as the training of employees. You handle risk assessments, deviations, change control and complaints. The work is carried out independently and involves many contacts with other departments within the company, our Nordic sales offices, partners in Europe and the Nordic pharmaceutical authorities. You represent Quality in projects and are project manager for specific projects, e.g. related to environmental work.
Examples of work tasks:
- Involved in the quality work in accordance with EU-GDP/GMP, ISO 13485 and relevant national legislation.
- Deputy to the Responsible Person, with the authority to act and make decisions in matters related to GDP. As a next step becoming the Responsible Person.
- Responsible for qualification of new suppliers, internal audits and external audits of contract manufacturers, transporters, and wholesalers.
Who are we?
You become part of a team that works with both prescription and over-the-counter medicines as well as medical devices. We work in the Nordic market and our area of responsibility includes registration, quality assurance and pharmacovigilance in the five Nordic countries. We are a great team that helps and supports each other, – good community and a pleasant working environment are important to us. Here you get great freedom and competent colleagues, e.g., Cecilia (Regulatory Manager), Cecilia (Safety Manager) and Carina (Regulatory Affairs Coordinator).
You report directly to our Nordic Director of Regulatory Affairs, PV & QA, RP, Ann-Margreth.
Together we make a difference and create results.
Who are you?
As a person, you are a solution-oriented team player who likes to take responsibility. Having many internal and external touchpoints and maintaining good relationships, is something you are good at. You have excellent communication skills in both Swedish and English and are an experienced IT user. You have at least five years of experience within Quality Assurance.
What does Nordic Drugs Offer?
We are a small organization with fast decision paths, which means that you get a good overview of the entire business. We have a pleasant, kind and fun work environment and gladly have coffee together every day. We have a generous benefit package and since health is rewarded, we often exercise together as well. We have flexible working hours and a working from home flexibility.
When you work at Nordic Drugs, we offer competitive salary and have collective agreements. Personal development is valued and encouraged, and we live according to our core values – Commitment, Ambition, Respect, Reliability, Integrity and Agility. We aim to proactively build a working culture that embraces diversity, inclusion, and equal opportunities for all. We believe in the positive effects of diversity and strive to provide a safe, healthy, friendly, and productive working environment for all our personnel. Great emphasis is placed on working proactively to promote well-being and health, and the balance between work and leisure.
Welcome to us!
Please don’t delay submitting your application. Alternatively, if you wish to have a confidential discussion about the position before applying, please contact Helena Marteus – firstname.lastname@example.org