-Assist in reviewing, coordinating, and assisting to ensure non-conformances are adequately investigated for determination of root cause and product impact per FDA regulations. -In addition, ensures that corrective and preventive actions (CAPA) are identified and implemented to prevent/reduce reoccurrence. Oversee product complaint investigation process to ensure they are adequately investigated, within defined timeframes. -Issue, track, monitor, facilitate closure, and QA review of deviations, investigations, out of specification (OOS), and out of trend (OOT) reports for compliance to FDA regulations and other guides/guidelines. -Provide cGMP guidance to functional groups such that all discrepancies are closed within defined timeframes. -Issue reports of all open non-conformances and track completion/closure. -Review and/or perform investigation of product complaints with various functional groups. -Manage CAPA program to ensure timely closure of actions resulting from various types of investigations. -Provide metrics to track/trend non-conformances and recommend additional actions to prevent reoccurrence. -Assist during regulatory inspections or other audits as required. -Provide training to function areas on compliance issues. -Bachelor s degree and a minimum of 5 years experience in Quality Systems relating to deviations, investigations, out-of-specification (OOS), non-lab out-of specifications, corrective and preventative actions (CAPA), and product complaints. -In addition, experience in performing cGMP related training. -Proficient with computer programs. TrackWise experience preferred. -Five years of previous quality experience in pharmaceuticals or related field Associated topics: crime scene, detective, fingerprint, inspector, investigate, investigation, investigative, investigator
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