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This role reports to the Manager/Team Leader for Supplier Quality. This position is for a Supplier Auditor, and has responsibility for the assessment of supplier quality systems and facilities. The role requires the initial completion of a training program required for certification as a qualified auditor for Pfizer, scheduling and execution of supplier audits throughout the United States and occasionally outside them, assignment of an audit rating for each audit performed, authorship of the associated audit reports, planning of any required travel to/from supplier locations, and submission of associated expense reports. As the auditing function requires a high degree of independent operation outside of the Kalamazoo site, it is expected that candidates will be able to demonstrate consistent professionalism and sound judgment, while acting as Pfizer representatives to these suppliers and service providers. In addition, team members will be expected to exhibit a broad-based understanding of quality system requirements and expectations for varying categories of commodities, and to manage time effectively, so that all areas are suitably reviewed during the scheduled audit time. This role also requires significant interaction with Center colleagues in similar roles, and the ability to use existing company and site systems to plan and execute supplier audits.
general Quality Assurance principles.
- Bachelors Degree with 4+ years of pharmaceutical experience.
- Strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills.
- Demonstrated success interacting with personnel of varying levels is required.
- Demonstrated knowledge in a variety of GMP disciplines and a working knowledge of
facing nature of the Auditor role.
- Experience in reviewing and assessing the compliance of quality systems is desired.
- Demonstrated ability to manage behaviors in a way that is consistent with the externally-
apply them to meaningfully differentiate potential sources of risk.
- Working knowledge of risk management principles, as well as a demonstrated ability to
Required technical competencies include:
regulatory requirements is necessary.
- Candidate must have the ability to manage a variety of deadlines.
- Must be able to work highly independently, as well as within the team to accomplish goals.
- Strong leadership skills, communication skills (both oral and written).
- Knowledge of site change control systems.
- Knowledge of GMP Requirements, Corporate Quality Standards and Guidances, and other
expectation associated with process materials at varying stages of GMP compliance.
- Ability to apply various guidances in a manner that is consistent with the level of GMP
- Must be self-motivated with limited immediate direction, and willing to learn new and
achieving objectives in a manner that is supportive of Pfizer Values and Leader Behaviors.
- Candidate must also possess demonstrated commitment to values-based leadership, and
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