Graduate Quality Systems Associate

Zoek Pin St Ives, Cambridgeshire, England

£21k - 25k per year

Permanent (Full time)

Posted 28 days ago

Graduate Quality Systems Associate - Medical Devices

An innovative medical devices developer and manufacturer based in St Ives needs a Quality Systems Trainee to learn, train, develop and grow into a senior position. Fast-Track training and significant investment will be made for the right person.

Reporting to the Quality & Regulatory Manager, this is an exceptional opportunity to join an organisation at the forefront of an exceptional growth plan and a chance to train into a highly sought-after skill set and rapid career progression.

With the increasing demands for regulatory approved medical devices, this training will boost your career into a sector showing strong growth and a shortage of trained, experienced and qualified people to support it.

The candidate will work hours per week with core hours between 09:00-18:00 Monday-Friday with a 1-hour lunch break. The salary for this role will be £21,000-£25,000 per annum dependant on prior experience.

Interviews will include an initial phone call, followed by online and face-to-face interviews at our client's office.

Role Requirements

  • A recent First or Upper Second-Class degree in life sciences to prove that you can learn quickly.
  • Prior experience is not essential, the employer is looking for the right person to learn and develop.
  • Attention to detail, systematic approach to working, ability to see the "bigger picture" and analyse complex data pathways.
  • Logical skills, numeracy, literacy and being able to communicate with all types of people are vital.

Role Responsibilities

  • Maintain quality procedures, standards and specifications in accordance with ISO 13485:2016 medical devices standards.
  • Review completed documentation to ensure completeness, accuracy and data integrity.
  • Review and maintain customer and supplier requirements - continual liaison.
  • Liaise with internal/external colleagues to implement quality requirements from external suppliers.
  • Assist with quality procedures and requirements in conjunction with development and production staff.
  • Maintain the quality management system via controlling documentation and records.
  • Monitor the organisation's quality performance by gathering relevant data.
  • Monitor and progress corrective and preventive action activities, complaint handling and the handling of non-conforming product, provide support and assistance as required.
  • Review existing policies, make suggestions for changes and improvements and their effective implementation.
  • Monitor the effectiveness of changes made and provide support as required.
  • Advise managers and staff to conduct all work activities to maintain compliance with ISO 13485:2016 and other relevant quality standards.
  • Assist in training new staff across the organisation on internal quality orientated processes and culture.
  • Taking on the responsibilities of the Health & Safety Officer and Fire Warden.

Company

Established in 2010, our client is about to enter the next phase of their development. Currently in their third generation of integrated medical monitoring systems, they utilise a range of platforms and/or devices to enable technology-based Self-Care of complex conditions for healthcare providers and their patients.

Why should you apply?

  • The chance to join a well-established company.
  • To join a fantastic team.
  • To showcase your knowledge and skill set.
  • Workplace pension scheme.
  • 25 days holiday per year.
  • Extensive training.

If you're the ideal candidate our client is looking for, please send your CV by clicking the APPLY button

Keywords: Quality Systems Associate, Trainee, Fast Track Training, Quality Systems, Associate, Quality Procedures, ISO 13485:2016, First or Upper Second-Class Degree, Quality Management, Health & Safety Officer

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