Metrology Engineer

Organization
Osmotica Pharmaceutical
Job Location
Marietta, GA
Job Description

Key Requirements and Duties: 

• Leads plant activities to ensure that devices, instruments, and monitoring systems under cGMP scope are maintained in compliance with the plant SOP’s, systems, and procedures, and in compliance with FDA requirements. 
• Is the site owner for the metrology software and paper records documenting compliance with cGMP’s for calibration and Environmental Monitoring in an oral solid dose pharmaceutical plant. 
• Ensure compliance with all applicable regulations, standards, systems, procedures and practices. Includes Quality System, cGMP, GLP, and other regulatory standards as applicable. 
• Ability to apply a good working knowledge of cGMP, GLP and other regulatory and standard requirements and agencies as it relates to Quality Assurance activities in a manufacturing and development facility. 
• Manage and perform day-to-day functions of the Metrology department and provide training and supervision to Facilities Maintenance and Analytical Sciences staff as needed. 
• Manage the continuous improvement of the calibration and metrology system. 
• Oversees controlled documentation creation, approval, modification and release for calibrations and PM’s. 
• Performs routine calibration and instrument repair. 
• Provide guidance to assist in the timely resolution of investigations, deviations, nonconformities and other testing or compliance issues that may arise. 
• Review and approval of validations of instruments and measuring devices. 
• Responsible for input to the ...cont.
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How to Apply

Qualified candidates should submit their resume via email to [email protected] 

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