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Qualified Person (BANK)

Company: PAREXEL
Location: Harrow, England,United Kingdom
Reference: 42430BR
Closing Date: 26 Mar 18
Type: Not Specified
Salary (£): Competitive
Benefits:

Job Summary:

Essential FunctionTo assist in the conduct of Phase 1 studies across all therapeutic areas in accordance with ICH Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and following local regulatory requirements and relevant Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s).QP release of Investigational Medicinal Products (IMP) as per Clinical Trial Regulations 2004, in accordance with agreed protocols, the principles of International Conference on Harmonization, Good Clinical Practice and Good Manufacturing Practice. ...

Requirements:

Essential Function

  • To assist in the conduct of Phase 1 studies across all therapeutic areas in accordance with ICH Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and following local regulatory requirements and relevant Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s).
  • QP release of Investigational Medicinal Products (IMP) as per Clinical Trial Regulations 2004, in accordance with agreed protocols, the principles of International Conference on Harmonization, Good Clinical Practice and Good Manufacturing Practice.
  • Provide guidance on technical and regulatory requirements for the conduct of clinical trial and advice on cGMP and cGCP issues
  • Ensuring correct procedures are followed and the process for assembly and supply of study medication (investigational medicinal products) for dosing of subjects in clinical trial studies is controlled.
  • Ensuring Quality Control procedures are followed
  • Assist with audits (internal/ external).
Key Accountabilities
  • Responsible for QP certification and release of batches of subject doses assembled, in compliance with GMP and regulatory requirement
  • Responsible for Quality Control ensuring that viable and non-viable environmental monitoring results comply with design specifications and primarily packaging materials are approved /released before use.
  • Responsible for setting up IMP Terms of Supply as required
  • Ensuring documentation of the receipt, storage, preparation, drug accountability of investigational medicinal product (IMP) are in accordance with to cGCP and EU GMP guidelines
  • Provision of guidance/ input into set up of assembly activities and design of worksheets/ documentation and procedures for assembly of IMPs as required.
  • Participation in investigation of quality issues/ deviations arising from assembly activities or facility (IMP assembly/ and storage areas)
  • Other duties as required.
QualificationsEducation
  • Pharmacy, Biological or Chemical Science degree
  • Eligible to act as an MIA (IMP) QP and be named on MIA (IMP) Licence
  • Member of a recognised regulatory body (such as The Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, The Institute of Biology or The Royal Society of Chemistry)

Language Skills
  • Fluent written and spoken English

Minimum Work Experience
  • Experience within the Pharmaceutical Industry, CRO or Hospital Pharmacy.
  • Experience with Clinical Trial Supplies (Manufacture and Packaging)
  • Experience with EU QP certification and release of IMP.
  • Experience with certification and release of IMP assembled/ manufactured within a Phase I Unit.
  • GMP and/ GCP auditing experience.

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Contact Information:

Address:  PAREXEL International
The Quays
101-105 Oxford Road
Uxbridge
Middlesex
UB8 1LZ
England
Tel:  +44 1895 238000
Fax:  +44 1895 238494
Website:  Visit Our Web Site
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