QA Project Manager

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Job Description:
The QA Project Management position within Corporate Quality Assurance (CQA) is located under the Health Care Quality Management System (QMS). This position is responsible for providing global technical and business leadership on Quality projects and systems supporting all Business Units. The primary focus for this role will be to provide project management, technical support, and leadership on Quality projects related to DDC (Drug, Device and Cosmetic) arena. The QA Project Manager will perform cGMP assessments/audits, product & material qualifications, issue resolution, provide plant support, drive continuous improvement, and waste elimination activities. This role requires the ability to work cross functionally across all Business Units with all levels of both Clorox and our suppliers organizations. This role will require excellent communication skills of technical material to non-technical people, both oral and written.
Key Responsibilities:
Leads complex or strategic Quality projects or initiatives. Ensures outstanding customer service by approaching solutions from our customer's point of view. Proactively works with DQM's to effectively prioritize and communicate status. Ensures customers are clear on expectations and services provided.
Identified as an SME for highly regulated Quality processes and provides continuous improvements to the process, systems, or tools. Connects with cross functional teams to manage process handoffs and improvements.
Performs Medical Device, OTC, and Cosmetic audits at Clorox plants, Copackers, and Suppliers.
As part of the Quality Assurance department, provides general quality support for quality assurance activities.
Years and Type of Experience:
8+ years' experience in Project Management, Regulatory Compliance, and Auditing in an OTC, Medical Device, Pharma or related industry. Experience in manufacturing production operations
Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of non-food FDA regulations, OTC/Medical Device/Personal Care (cGMP Compliance) requirements
Knowledge of quality systems, including statistical process control. ISO systems knowledge a plus.
Auditing experience(specifically cGMP, OTC Med Device, Cosmetics), certification preferred
Strong leadership skills. Will be required to travel independently to worldwide sites to support field compliance needs as well as align with management on policies and practices.
Strong interpersonal skills. Proven strong relationship skills to achieve sustainable partnerships and collaboration internally and externally.
Strong Technical Project Leadership and Project Management Skills
Strong problems solving skills, issue resolution and root cause analysis
Strong written and verbal business communication skills
Ability to travel 50% or more
Education Level/Degree:
Bachelors or Master's degree or a combination of education/industry experience indicating an ability to successfully perform the essential functions of the position
Ideally position located in Kennesaw, GA however, a field location will be considered

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