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Quality Assurance Specialist, Oslo (drug manufacturing)

  • Location

    Oslo, Norway

  • Sector:

    Life Sciences

  • Job type:

    Temporary

  • Salary:

    £001 - £002 per month + negotiable monthly salary

  • Contact:

    Lee Morley

  • Contact email:

    lee.morley@talascendint.com

  • Job ref:

    BBBH92499_1613651655

  • Published:

    18 days ago

  • Duration:

    12 months

  • Expiry date:

    2021-03-20

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

  • Consultant:

    Lee Morley


Life Sciences, Quality Assurance Specialist, Oslo
1 year Contract, 37.5 hours per week
Norwegian & English Languages
Qualifications
Master's degree in Pharmacy (MSc. Pharm or Cand.Pharm), approved by the Norwegian Department of Health and contains courses identical to MSc. Pharm Oslo University.
Oral & written proficiency in the Norwegian language & English
Practical experience in pharmaceutical manufacturing is valued but not essential.

Roles & responsibilities
The main role of an authorized Quality Assurance Specialist is to assure that each batch of medicinal product that has been manufactured is safe for use and manufactured in accordance with Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) guidelines and marketing authorization.

Personality traits:
Solution oriented - the favorable candidate is one who identifies a problem, identifies solutions, finds the relevant facts before asking for presenting and asking for assistance.

Structured - enjoys setting goals, timelines and achieving them promptly.

Positive - An attitude that invites collaboration and makes the process of achieving difficult/complex tasks, enjoyable.

Social - ability to interact with others regardless of ethnicity, religion, gender, political views, or personal world view.

Enjoys working with experts from other fields including Quality Control analysis, Manufacturing, Packaging, Research & Development, Regulatory affairs, Artwork Management, Suppliers, Authorities around the world.

A teachable spirit - the ideal candidate identifies the complex nature of drug manufacturing and its implications to human life. Moreover, being sober and clear about the things one does not understand and the willingness to critically ascertain the information one perceives as the truth is a critical part of being suitable for this job.