- Closing date 7 Aug 2020
- Duration Permanent
Oxford Gene Technology (OGT) provides world class genetic research solutions to leading clinical and academic research institutions. We are a rapidly growing company with state-of-the-art facilities and over 100 employees based at our Cytocell ® office in Cambridge and our head office in Oxford. With customers in over 60 countries worldwide and ambitious expansion plans, we have a strong reputation and increasing share in the large and growing genomic medicine market.
An opportunity has arisen to join our Cambridge-based Regulatory, Medical and Quality Affairs Department, which is responsible for regulatory compliance, generating technical evidence and maintaining the quality systems required for in vitro device manufacture and sales as a QA Scientist.
Reporting to the QC Team Leader, you will maintain the eQMS system, validate, calibrate and maintain equipment, assist with document auditing and batch release of final products and with general QA activities
Your duties will include:
- Ensuring all equipment used in the development and manufacture of Cytocell products is calibrated and in good working order.
- Promptly dealing with any equipment failures and if necessary, removing from use.
- Maintaining equipment history and ensuring accurate maintenance records are kept.
- Liaising with suppliers regarding service and calibration requirements.
- Validation testing of new equipment to ensure it is fit for purpose.
- Timely completion of all paperwork.
- Maintenance of eQMS system.
- Processing requests for document updates, liaising and tracking progress with various departments completing promptly to ensure non-conformance tasks and project related deadlines are met.
- Carrying out customer complaint and investigational tests of the QC archive as required.
- Reporting non-conformances to the QC Team Leader.
You will have:
- Degree in a science related subject, biology based or similar discipline or equivalent experience
- Experience within a production or laboratory environment
- Experience of molecular biology techniques such as PCR and Nick Translation (desirable)
- Quality system experience such as ISO 9001 or ISO 13485 (desirable)
- An organised approach to work
- -A good eye for detail
- The ability to follow detailed processes
In addition, you will work under the relatively close supervision of your Team Leader with work undertaken on the basis of rigid testing instructions and being checked on a daily basis, so you must be comfortable with extremely limited autonomy for making decisions.
In return you will receive:
- Competitive salary
- Pension Scheme (10% non-contributory)
- Private Health Insurance
- 21 days holiday rising with service
- High Street Discount Scheme
Application is via CV & a one-page covering letter outlining your suitability for the role, salary expectations and confirming you have the right to work in the UK to [email protected]
Closing date for applications is 10 August 2020.
No agencies please