As a quality assurance officer, you will be responsible for the final release of aseptically compounded products, involving checking batch manufacturing records against orders, prescriptions and stability data, ensuring GMP is followed throughout the compounding process and physical checks of finished compounded products. You will also be responsible for identifying hazards within the manufacturing process and at final release of product, resolving the issues with the advice of the QA manager as required and acting where appropriate. If you are an experienced QA technician looking for your next step, then this role is for you!
Why LloydsPharmacy Clinical Homecare?
We have a lot to offer at LloydsPharmacy Clinical Homecare, not only to the 100,000 patients we support but also to our employees. We have a wide range of exciting opportunities for passionate professionals across nursing, patient services, compounding, pharmacy and warehousing. You’ll have access to training and development programmes at all stages of your career through one of our many pathways - the opportunities are endless. In addition to the standard benefits that you would expect; 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, company pension, bonus scheme, we offer:
Market leading maternity, paternity and adoption leave
Full support from our employee assistance programme including a health and well-being app
Up to 50% staff discount at LloydsPharmacy in store and online!
To be successful in this role you will need either previous as a registered pharmacy technician or be a graduate (or equivalent) in a biological/pharmaceutical- related science. It is essential that you have previous GMP experience, preferably in a laboratory environment. As the position involves repetitive checking of a batch of manufacturing records, the ability to focus and meet tight deadlines while still maintaining excellent attention to detail is a must. You will have effective written and verbal communication skills and a competent user of Microsoft Word and Excel. Within this role there are good opportunity's to develop and further to your career, you will receive an excellent introduction into quality management systems .
Part of McKesson, a leading healthcare company, we strive to break boundaries, challenge the status quo and support the changing healthcare industry. We are one of the most experienced providers of clinical homecare in the UK and have been supporting patients in this way since 1975. With services ranging from straightforward delivery of medication to specialist nursing for complex conditions, we support a huge variety of patient needs. We are defined by our ICARE values, and ILEAD behaviours. Together, they build our shared value system and are the key pillars of McKesson’s culture.
McKesson UK prides itself on being an equal opportunities employer, committed to diversity & inclusion, taking a person-centred approach to our interview process that is fair and free from both discrimination and bias. If you have any reasonable adjustment needs arising from a disability or medical condition to fully participate in the recruitment process, please discuss this with our recruitment teams.
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