Quality Assurance Specialist

Life Sciences & Health Care - Pharmaceutical - Research & Development - Professional Bachelor

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Arpita Sharma, Account manager

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Print, review, collect and approve all required documentation necessary for Secondary Packaging activities, including batch documentation review;

Oversee the secondary packaging activities;

Sampling of printed components, verification of in-process testing and destruction;

Train people in the Secondary Packaging Area with the Kirkland warehouse supervisor;

Visual Inspection of products on Canadian market;

Manage the retention sample program;

Issue and evaluate Change Requests, Deviations, Investigations and CAPAs;

Ensure follow-up on CAPA;

Coordinate the preparation, review and issuance of SOPs and other technical documents;

Participate in the development and maintenance of Quality Agreements with suppliers and/or clients of Sanofi Canada;

Participate in recall processes as required;

Participate in regulatory inspections (Health Canada) as well as corporate audits, as needed;

Provide QA expertise to internal and external partners;

Other QA duties as assigned;

Backup for the QPIC narcotic and precursors.


  • Vacancy number: PUB189907
  • Location: Kirkland
  • Market: Life Sciences & Health Care
  • hours per week: 7.25
  • Branche: Pharmaceutical
  • Education level: Professional Bachelor
  • Area of Expertise: Research & Development
  • Closing date: Friday, January 25, 2019
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Arpita Sharma

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