Operations Quality Manager Job In Dublin, Michael Page

Published 2022-09-20
Expires 2022-10-20
ID #1176428959
100000 £
Operations Quality Manager Job In Dublin, Michael Page
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published September 20, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Operations quality manager
Min. Salary: 80000.00

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A global pharmaceutical manufacturer are looking for a Quality Operations Manager to join their business in the

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The company manufacturer market leading health care products with a two sites in Dublin that manufacture specific products directly for patients in sterile batch and leading technology.


The Operations Quality Manager will be responsible for ensuring that the sites comply with GMP, European and company standards and that there are adequate systems, people and appropriate release of products inline with required regulatory standards. The role will ensure the QMS is fit for purpose and maintained, that processes comply with the HPRA and European requirements. You will lead your team to ensure they have the appropriate skill and motivation to perform to the highest level developing a culture of continuous improvement.


The ideal candidate will have a degree in Science or related discipline and have worked as a Quality Manager or Director within a pharmaceutical, ideally sterile/aseptic manufacturing site. You will have a strong track record in leading the quality agenda for a site, reporting with the leadership team on key decisions for the site. The Quality Operations Manager will have a background in leading audits and dealing with external regulatory bodies.

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Competitive Salary and benefits

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    Registered on October 7, 2017


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