cGMP Operations Compliance Specialist

Posted 21 Dec 2022

St. Louis, Missouri - United States

Req Id 257756

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Your Role: The cGMP Operations Compliance Specialist is responsible for ensuring compliance among our teams, consistent with current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs), and ensuring the accuracy of documentation. This role will be a department lead in Root Cause Analysis, Change Control, and cGMP document review.


  • Coordinate documentation and tasks associated with equipment and facilities:
    • Change management
    • Addition of new equipment
    • Calibration
    • Non-Conformances and CAPAs
  • Review production documentation and perform regular Quality Walk-throughs during manufacturing events
  • Work with Manufacturing, Technical Operations, Maintenance, Engineering, Validation, Warehouse/Packaging, and Quality Assurance to ensure that change controls, deviations, & CAPAs are reviewed, approved and implemented as appropriate
  • Lead and/or assist with equipment and facility investigations, troubleshooting and root cause analysis
  • Lead and/or assist with equipment and facility risk assessments
  • Maintenance of quality systems and cGMP compliance
    • Understand regulatory requirements such as ICH Q7
    • Support equipment commissioning, qualification and validation activities related to GMP manufacturing
    • Write, review and/or assist in the development of Manufacturing, Facility or Equipment Operating Procedures
    • Assist with customer and regulatory audits
    • Assist in the generation of manufacturing CAPA, deviation and change control trend reports
  • Drive continuous improvement to support customer and regulatory expectations
  • Engage in face-to-face discussions with customers and regulatory authorities in support of customer visits, audits, and regulatory inspections.


Who You Are:

Minimum Qualifications:

  • 3+ years of experience supporting GMP Operations in a Quality related capacity
  • 2+ years of experience in quality systems administration (Change Control, Deviations, etc)


Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or other Life Science field of study.
  • 5+ years of experience supporting a GMP Manufacturing group, through direct Manufacturing or Quality Assurance role.
  • Strong technical and quality background.
  • Direct interaction with Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Project Management, and Customers is expected; Therefore strong communication skills (oral and written).
  • Apply and incorporate pharmaceutical standards and rules, as per ICH Q7, into documents and day-to-day practice. 
  • Identify potential safety, quality and compliance risks associated with technology transfers / scale-up projects, and propose solutions to mitigate risk prior to GMP Manufacturing operations.
  • Highest level of professionalism and responsibility.
  • Experience with customer interaction.
  • Intermediate knowledge in chemistry, biology, biochemistry, and math, as well as an understanding of current Good Manufacturing Practices.

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