Job description Posted 15 November 2021

Key Responsibilities: Describe the key deliverables to be achieved by the post holder and the ongoing responsibilities of the role.

Responsibilities applicable to all roles at Barnard Castle site:

·      To work as a flexible and motivated member of the team.

·      To follow all Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and/or Standards of Work (SW) applicable and in which the individual has been trained.

·      To act at all times in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and to report any quality issues.

·      To act in a safe manner, always (in compliance with the Health & Safety at Work Act, and all other relevant legislation) and to use GSK safety reporting systems to highlight potential hazards.

·      To remain up to date with all training requirements (both ‘classroom’ courses and computer- based training through the ‘My Learning’ internal platform).

·      To take part in Continuous Improvement (CI) activities to highlight improvements to equipment and processes.

·      To take part in Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and Corrective and Preventative Action (CAPA) processes.

Job Specific Responsibilities:

·      Testing and performing batch usage decisions on incoming deliveries prior to production use.

·      Writing and checking of methods and SOP’s.

·      To give support to other team members.

·      Document deviations from procedures and processes using appropriate notifications.

·      Artwork discrepancies.

·      Performing component inspections.

·      Assisting with validation.

·      Support NPI project activity, troubleshooting, project meetings; and assisting with new component introduction.

·      Use appropriate IT systems.

·      Reviewing maintenance routines and LEFs.

·      Arrange external testing for 3rd party labs, arranging quotations and raising purchase orders.

·      Working with Logistics and production areas to ensure the components are in line with the production requirements.

·      Filing and archiving of documentation.

Minimum Level of Education Required

5 GCSE’s.