The Gene Transfer facility quality system that ensures compliance of the facility with cGMP and governs manufacturing and testing requires excellent data management to allow traceability and analysis. This is a prerequisite for auditing, addressing non-conformance and quality improvement. Data analysis and correlative studies also contribute to the quality improvement approach by laying the cornerstone for assay revision and implementation of new technologies.
The QC coordinator ensures that QC activities are conducted in timely manner, oversees the training of the QC technicians, takes part in the development and implementation of new QC test; and supervises the infusion of therapeutic cellular products. The QC coordinator oversees the work of 3 QC technicians and reports to the Testing and Analytical manager.
Planning QC lab activities: bench work, reporting of QC test results, training
Supports the routine QC work: MPCR QC log verification, Product Certificate of analysis issuance, QC testing
Organizes the development and implementation of new QC assays
Coordinates and supervises infusions
Writes validation reports, develops new SOP, revises current SOP
Masters degree in Science, a PhD is desirable, and have strong knowledge and solid experience in the field of flow cytometry, cell culture and real time PCR. Five years technical experience is a clinical and/or research laboratory is required, not including university practical. #L
Internal Number: 2019-28313
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