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Overview of salaries statistics of the profession "Quality Systems Manager in Ireland"

3 244 £ Average monthly salary

Average salary in the last 12 months: "Quality Systems Manager in Ireland"

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Quality Manager
, Galway, Republic of
Quality Manager Our Client a Leading Medical Device Organisation are looking to attract a Quality/Environmental Manager for their Business. The successful candidate will have responsibility for leading and managing all aspects of the Quality and Environmental Management functions within the company. This role is part of the site management team and reports to the Director of Operations. Key ResponsibilitiesBe the leader of Quality within the company. Continuously promote quality and customer satisfaction in everything that the company does.Develop and implement effective and efficient Quality & Environmental management strategies, policies and procedures.Ensure Quality and Environmental Management systems are fully compliant with customer, regulatory, legislative and business requirements.Provide input to strategy, budget and business decisions. Manage the quality and environmental function within agreed budget.Fulfill the role of management representative for the Quality and Environmental Management systems.Ensure that customer requirements are understood and achieved for the lifecycle of the product.Ensure supplier quality is effectively managed.Ensure that problems are solved using systematic problem solving methodologies.Manage and develop the Quality and Environmental team.Lead quality related projects ensuring that they are delivered on time and within budget.Ensure that continuous improvements to product quality and to the quality and environmental management systems are planned and implemented.Prepare for and manage customer and regulatory audits (Quality & Environmental).Advise and promote best practice standards throughout the Company.To take on other duties which the Company may assign you from time to time. Key RequirementsDegree qualification in Quality, Engineering, Science or relevant experience in a quality assurance role within the Medical Device Industry.Proven track record in leading the quality function within a medical device manufacturing company. A minimum of 5 years' experience in a similar role.Thorough knowledge of quality and environmental management systems and associated regulatory requirements (ISO 13485, ISO 14001, FDA etc.).Demonstrated ability to project manage and execute tasks in an efficient manner.Must be able to communicate at all levels of the organisation and with customers, suppliers and regulatory agencies.Good interpersonal skills, team player, with a positive attitude in dealing with people.Must be innovative and be driven to implement change to systems and procedures.Understanding of lean principles. Lean green belt an advantage.Excellent analytical skills. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. For further information on this Quality Manager role in Galway please contact Helga Reeves on (phone number removed) Check out all our open jobs on our HERO Recruitment website
Quality Manager
, Galway, Republic of
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Quality Operations Manager
, Galway, Republic of
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Quality Manager
, Galway, Republic of
Quality ManagerOur client is recruiting for a Quality Manager to join their team in Galway. The Quality Manager is a key senior role and is a member of the site management team. This role will continuously promote quality and customer satisfaction and will lead the company's continuous improvement program. This role will also ensure that the company complies with all applicable quality system requirements and regulations.Duties and ResponsibilitiesBe the leader of quality and continuous improvement within the company. Continuously promote quality and customer satisfaction in everything that the company does.Ensure that customer requirements are understood and achieved for the lifecycle of the product.Work with customers and suppliers on quality related issues and new product introduction projects. Ensure all dealings are professional and good relationships are maintained at all times.Develop and implement effective and efficient quality management strategies, policies and procedures.Ensure that the Quality Management system is effective and fully compliant with customer, regulatory, legislative and business requirements.Lead the company continuous improvement program, utilising lean and six sigma principles, tools and techniques. Ensure that continuous improvements to product quality and processes are planned and implemented.Provide expert quality assurance input into problem solving, change management, validations and product disposition activities.Ensure that problems are effectively solved using systematic problem solving methodologies.Coach and mentor staff in problem solving.Fulfil the role of management representative for the Quality Management system.Ensure supplier quality is effectively managed.Manage and develop the Quality team which will consist of Quality and Continuous ImprovementEngineers and Technicians. Manage the quality function within agreed budget.Lead quality related projects ensuring that they are delivered on time and within budget.Prepare for and manage customer and regulatory audits (Quality & Environmental).To take on other duties which the Company may assign you from time to time.Education, Experience and SkillsDegree qualification in Quality, Engineering, Science or relevant experience in a quality assurance role within the Medical Device Industry.Proven track record in leading the quality function within a medical device manufacturing company.Thorough knowledge of quality management systems and associated regulatory requirements (ISO 13485, FDA etc.).Detailed knowledge and understanding of statistical analysis (including Minitab).Must be able to communicate at all levels of the organisation and with customers, suppliers and regulatory agencies.Good interpersonal skills, team player, with a positive attitude in dealing with people.Must be innovative and be driven to implement change to systems and procedures.Excellent analytical skills. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusionsFor more information on this Quality Manager role in Galway please contact Helga Reeves on (phone number removed) Check out all our open jobs on our HERO Recruitment website
Quality Operations Manager
, Galway, Republic of
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, Dublin, Dublin City, Republic of
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Quality Systems Manager
, Galway, Republic of
Job title: Quality Systems ManagerLocation: Brand new site, Parkmore, GalwayBenefits: join a growing Medical Device company, excellent salary, pension, healthcare and 10% bonusCompany:Going through a growth stage as moving into new markets in Japan, China and USA My clients company culture of innovation helps each individual develop both professionally and personally, and a culture of respect means that they all work in a collaborative, supportive and exciting environment.After moving to a brand new site in Galway it is an excellent chance to join a company that are only getting bigger and bigger.Responsibilities:Manage and mentor existing Quality Systems employees. Identify Quality Systems resourcing requirements and ensure appropriate resourcing of the Quality Systems group.Manage the field Feedback/Complaints system. Manage all complaints and drive complaint investigation so that complaints are closed out in a thorough and timely manner.Manage the CAPA system. Manage all CAPAs and drive CAPA investigation so that CAPAs are closed out in a thorough and timely manner.Manage the Audit system. Manage the audit schedule and perform internal and external audits as required. Drive investigation into audit actions so that audit actions are closed out in a thorough and timely manner.Manage the activities associated with Supplier Management. This includes supplier selection, approval, monitoring and reporting.Manage the Management Review process.Lead the activities associated with preparing the QMS to achieve and maintain certification to ISO, FDA and PMDA regulations as well as the upcoming adoption of MDSAP.Monitor medical device regulatory requirements to ensure that quality management system is in a continuous state of compliance.Requirements:Educated to a Degree Level in a Quality Assurance, Science or Engineering discipline.Working visa for IrelandA minimum of 6 years' experience working in a Quality role in a Medical Device environment (Class IIb/Class III) is essential.Previous people management experience.Would you be interested in applying? If soe forward an up to date CV and we can organise a time to have a call and discuss further.Look forward to hearing from you.To find out more about Real please visit Real Staffing, a trading division of SThree Partnership LLP is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy| Registered office | 1st Floor, 75 King William Street, London, EC4N 7BE, United Kingdom | Partnership Number | OC(phone number removed) England and Wales
Quality Manager
, Limerick, Republic of
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Quality Manager
, Galway, Republic of
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Quality Systems Specialist
, Cork, Republic of
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Quality Manager
, Galway, Republic of
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Gi Group,
Quality EngineerLimerickSeeking an experienced Quality Engineer to take ownership and management of tasks around IT and Lab systems, QMS, Digiital systems, compliance, CAPA process, technical writing and quality documentation in a managed service environment.* Technical writing of IT Deviations, CAPAs, Change Controls, SOPs and other Departmental/System Quality Documents in compliance with regulatory and corporate requirements* Assist IT personnel in technical writing/responding to CAPAs (including remediation activities), Change Controls, SOPs and other Departmental/System Quality Documents in compliance with regulatory and corporate requirements* Assists IT personnel in technical writing/responding to Deviation/Events including detailed event investigation and root cause analysis in compliance with regulatory and corporate requirements* Assists IT personnel in interactions with Quality Assurance personnel and the Quality Management System.* Successfully navigate the Electronic Quality Management System and work with other impacting departments to ensure IT Deviations, CAPAs, Change Controls, SOPs, etc are monitored, progressed and closed in-line with agreed timelines* Assists IT personnel in participating in and successfully navigating through the electronic Quality Management Processes* Represents IT at meetings relating to assigned items* Assists IT SME's during internal and external auditsKnowledge and Skills:* Excellent understanding of Quality, QMS, compliance, technical writing ability and communication skills* Knowledge and experience of working in a cGMP regulated environment* Excellent attention to detail, ownership of process and tasks, computer skills, and ability to adapt to new systems/technologies* Ability to work independently with only high level guidance and supervisionIf you are interested and feel you have the right skills then please apply to this role.Gi Group Pharmaceuticals provides a tailored Account Managed Service and dedicated Pharmaceutical recruitment team and partners with many different Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology clients throughout the globe and the United Kingdom. Gi Group Holdings Recruitment Limited group of companies includes Gi Recruitment Limited, Draefern Limited, Gi Group Recruitment Ltd, INTOO (UK) Limited, Marks Sattin (UK) Limited, TACK TMI UK Limited and Grafton Professional Staffing Limited. We are committed to protecting the privacy of all of our candidates and clients. Following some recent changes to data protection laws we have updated our Privacy Policy. To view a copy and to help you understand how we collect, use and process your personal data please visit the Privacy page on our Gi Group UK website.
Quality Manager
Weltec Engineering Ltd., Cross Roads,  Waterford
COMPANY OVERVIEWWeltec Engineering Ltd is one of Ireland’s leading mechanical and electrical engineering companies in Ireland. We have extensive experience delivering complex projects in a wide variety of industries ranging from Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Medical Devices, Public Works, industrial and Commercial.ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIESPlanning and Managing the Quality Management System across the companyMaintaining the company’s certification to ISO 9001-2015Develop Quality Plans for Weltec projectsDevelop an Inspection and Test Plan for specific projects with the Design Consultants and the client prior to the start of projectsReview with clients the handover documentation requirements before the project startConduct Pre-Project start audits on all projects to assess the readiness of the site team to complete the projectConduct monthly audits on all active projects to assess the compliance with the Quality Plan and the Inspection and Test requirements. Carry outinspections on the documentation through the project to ensure that it is aligned with the client’s requirementsConduct annual Quality System Audits on Purchasing, Estimating and Human Resources, review the findings with the relevant departmentmanager and develop corrective action plans with themPrepare Quality Presentations as part of the Tendering process, and where required deliver the presentations to prospective clientsPrepare all Quality documentation for the monthly management meetingsManage the CAPA system within the company, ensuring all NCR’s and Customer Complaints are logged, analysed and effective corrective actionsare implementedConduct analysis on all Non-Conformances annually and present the findings to the workforceDevelop Quality Improvement programmes to enhance the Quality Systems and upskill the personnel to meet the requirements of thePharmaceutical, Medical Device and High-Tech industriesTHE IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL HAVEA relevant 3rd Level Qualification in Engineering/Science Discipline or similarMinimum of 5 years working in a Quality position in a regulated manufacturing /engineering environmentQuality Management Systems experience, including ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001, and ISO 13485. Have an understanding of the requirementsof current Good Manufacturing PracticeHave an understanding of the principles and practices of Lean Manufacturing/ConstructionAbility to write technical documents, routine quality reports, project correspondenceAbility to read and interpret contract documentationExcellent communication and interpersonal skills required with the ability to develop strong and positive working relationships with projectstakeholdersExtensive experience in using the MS Office Suite for reporting and analysis dataA proven track record of working on one’s own initiative with minimum supervision in a site environment a distinct advantage