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Santa Rufina, Italy, Rieti, Italy


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Job ID SR0043826 Date posted 11/04/2019 Location Santa Rufina, Italy; Rieti, Italy

The candidate coordinates strategy, system, and cultural integration towards Compliance Excellence for the facility. Assures alignment

with Division and Corporate Compliance Excellence initiatives. Coordinates multiple complex and cross-functional Facility

project to drive continuous improvement in GMP Compliance. Develops metrics and presentations for the purposes of

communicating project status to Senior Management.

Assures the definition of a local Compliance Excellence program, use PMM and QLP methodology:

Helps identify and communicate resource needs and support the commitment process

Develops a Compliance Excellence project plan and promotes execution to timelines and committed resources.

Communicates project status

Identifies challenges, recommends solutions and drives action plans

Leads the development of Compliance Excellence awareness, understanding, and support for these programs

Serves as the primary point of contact for the facility with respect to Compliance Excellence and represents the Facility in

all Division Compliance Excellence operating mechanisms

Coordinate the development of plant Strategic Plan and guarantee the alignment with the company/division objectives

Define the plant strategy for the execution of QLP activities: DDFP, Kaizen, DMAIC, VIPs

Guarantee the interface with divisional OLP team and present plant performance results to stakeholders

Put in place the adequate local operative mechanisms to periodically evaluate performance indicators

Coordinate/deploy a LP training programs (yellow belt, green belt, black belt, DDFP...)

Facilitate QLP/DMAIC project identification, scope, prioritization, tracking and reporting

Define VIP projects identifications, scoping, financial approval, tracking and reporting.

Required skills

Project management experience and PMM certification preferred

Lean/Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Is highly desirable

Must possess expertise In PowerPoint and creating PowerPoint Presentations.

Ability to drive change and motivate other toward a common vision

Demonstrated leadership attributes

Ability to lead teams that are not direct reports

Excellent facilitation, problem solving, and analytical skills

Experience/participation In regulatory inspections

Understanding of cGMP regulations (Us, EU, Japan, Canada, etc.) and quality management system for pharmaceutical,

device biologics or biotechnology operations as applicable to the facility.

Experience in manufacturing ancillary quality operations.

Strong knowledge of quality systems.

Excellent interpersonal/influencing/negotiating skills

Excellent communication and presentation skills, both oral and written with a demonstrated ability to present key quality/department/business indicators to senior management

Excellent project management, organizational, planning and analytical skills

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Job ID SR0043826

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