| || Area of Responsibility
• Shopfloor Compliance: Identify areas for improvement of shopfloor compliance and give input to process setup and improvement. Perform checks during production so issues can be identified early (e.g. SOP’s followed, AQL, line clearance, IPC, reconciliation, batch records, logbooks, alarm etc.
• Audit Readiness: Daily production walkthroughs with production supervisor, weekly walkthrough reports – ensure production facility is always audit ready, shopfloor SOP’s are current and located at relevant workstations, log books check and auditor tour guide during inspections.
• Root Cause Investigations & Human Error Reduction: Participate and lead human error reduction programs. Actively participate (and lead where necessary) root cause investigations of production issues. “QA First Responder” for deviations. Participation in OOS investigations, change request and CAPAs.
• Quality Matters: Responsible for: creating a shopfloor communication strategy (QA, Production, Safety etc. KPI’s) to ensure transparent information flow from shopfloor to management and vice versa for delivery of communication material to shopfloor associates, for delivery of “Quality Conversations” and for delivering the Quality Matters message to shopfloor associates.
| || Qualifications
• Education: University degree in a technical science field (industrial engineering / operating technology / mechanical engineering / process and environmental technologies or similar technical specialization)
• Languages: Fluent in German (spoken and written)
• Experience: Ideally you have already gained practical experience in sterile working environments of a pharmaceutical production (or QA)
We are offering a competitive salary in line with the market and based on your qualification, experience and individual competencies. Additionally we are offering an attractive Bonus/Incentive program, a modern company pension scheme, childcare facilities, learning & development options and worldwide career opportunities within the Novartis group. The basic salary is composed of a market oriented excess payment and the respective amount according to the Austrian collective agreement (at least EUR 47.207,30 per year).
Contact: Cornelia Walch, Senior Staffing Manager