International Pharmaceutical Manufacturer based in Hertfordshire requires Packaging and Inspection Team Leader to lead teams in compliance with GMP, product licences, H&S standards, and KPIs, on a Double Day shift ( Mon to Fri 6am-2pm, 2pm-10pm rotating weekly ). As the Team Leader of a designated team, you will foster and drive an environment of continuous improvement ensuring that all quality and productivity targets are consistently achieved through the optimum use of resources in a safe environment. You must use effective communication skills with all team members to be able to analyse issues and effectively problem solve, thereby communicating instructions and implementing any changes that may be required.
The main duties of these roles will include:
·Plan and actively oversee team and shift activities to meet the production programmes:
·Allocation of team member duties for shift schedules, overtime assignments, shift rotations and back up for absent team members
- Monitoring staff attendance and performance.
- Communicating and reviewing Key Performance Indicators for the shift and ensuring that they are met
- Ensure Local ownership and QA Trackwise targets are met with timely progression to closure of all deviations, Controlled Changes
- Assisting with yearly budget requests / submissions for capital expenditure as required
·To be an effective communication point for the team for all process and business related information, including MHRA and FDA inspections by regular team briefings etc
·Through teamwork involvement develop problem solving skills within the team
·Encourage all of the team to work within a continuously improving environment by consistent communication of objectives and standards
·Produce, maintain and review production documentation for the process/shift team.
·Review, evaluate and sign-off batch processing records for the process/shift team
·Work closely with the Training team to ensure that staff training and development is fulfilled and that training and development records and regular appraisals are reviewed
·Work with engineering sections to ensure equipment is used under the necessary certificates of validation, calibration and maintenance.
·Lead and encourage the team to improve Health and Safety
You will be joining an extremely well established company that has experienced significant and sustained growth, benefiting from international investment, and a range of market leading healthcare products.
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