Baxter Quality Auditor in Bloomington, Indiana
JR - 032485
Bloomington, Indiana, United States
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The Quality Auditor monitors implementation and compliance with the requirements established by the Plant’s Quality System by performing internal audits. This position interacts directly with Client auditors and Regulatory inspectors and also participates in activities hosting client audits and regulatory inspections. This position reports to the Manager I, Quality Compliance.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities (these are primary responsibilities of the role and the incumbent will perform other duties as assigned)
Performs internal audits / assessments by collecting and analyzing objective evidence regarding issues and risks. Ensures that audit schedules are produced and communicated in a timely fashion.
Plans, schedules, coordinates, supports, and leads detailed audits of facility practices to ensure that policies and procedures comply with worldwide regulatory agencies and Corporate Quality Policy guidelines. This includes review of updated GMP regulations and current FDA and outside of US requirements and incorporation into internal programs, where appropriate.
Leads/supports Client audits of the facility. Prepares for the audit/assessment activity by researching background information, including previous audit results. Assists in reviewing audit responses. Maintains the assessment file through the process to closure.
Supports routine GMP and Pre-Approval Inspection regulatory audits. Prepares for audits by coordinating documentation, arranging facility tours, reserving conference rooms, and communicating with facility subject matter experts. May interface with regulatory inspectors during audits.
Evaluates corrective and preventive action responses to assessment findings for adequacy, including root cause and timeliness.
Conducts and confirms follow-up actions on Corporate, Client, Internal, and Regulatory site compliance audits/inspections. Reports extended corrective actions to management.
Performs procedure gap assessments to ensure compliance with Global Quality procedures.
Maintains and makes recommendations for improvement to Quality procedures.
Performs desktop evaluations of site’s suppliers per Global Quality procedures.
Bachelor's degree required, preferably in a scientific or technical discipline.
Minimum 3 years experience in the pharmaceutical/biotech industry.
Previous auditing experience preferred; ASQ CQA and/or RAB auditor accreditation is desired.
Computer proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook and the ability to use enterprise software (examples include: JDE, BPLM, Pilgrim, Trackwise, etc.)
Physical / Safety Requirements
Must be able to gown qualify for Grade C/D production areas.
Duties may require overtime work, including nights and weekends
Use of hands and fingers to manipulate office equipment is required
Position requires sitting for long hours, but may involve walking or standing for periods of time
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