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      • abingdon, south east
      • contract
      • £25,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      Job Role: Quality AdministratorLocation: AbingdonPay rate: £25,000 p.aContract: 6 months We are recruiting on behalf of a global healthcare organisation, for an efficient, confident Quality Administrator to join the business's centre of Quality Assurance in Abingdon. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of progressive change within the business, playing an instrumental role in the deployment of new technology. Key Responsibilities:General administration workUtilising company systems and supporting others on system usageAdministering user accounts and acting as a subject matter expert for electronic quality management systems (Agile PLM and ensur).Document & Record ControlReviewing procedures for compliance to document control requirements.Ensuring periodic review of documents are performed in a timely manner.Managing the provision of controlled documents within the business and to external partners.Providing training and support to new and existing users across the businessLiaising with other departments to ensure that departmental training is being managed in accordance with procedure.Preferred Skills Required:Great administrative skillsConfident in communicating with various parts of the businessExcellent attention to detailAdaptable and happy to pick up varied bits of workExperienced with using a form of electronic document management systemKnowledge of medical device / pharma quality management is a plus It is on a 6 month contract initially, with potential for perm with one of the largest medical manufacturers globally. Please apply with an up to date cv today. Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      Job Role: Quality AdministratorLocation: AbingdonPay rate: £25,000 p.aContract: 6 months We are recruiting on behalf of a global healthcare organisation, for an efficient, confident Quality Administrator to join the business's centre of Quality Assurance in Abingdon. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of progressive change within the business, playing an instrumental role in the deployment of new technology. Key Responsibilities:General administration workUtilising company systems and supporting others on system usageAdministering user accounts and acting as a subject matter expert for electronic quality management systems (Agile PLM and ensur).Document & Record ControlReviewing procedures for compliance to document control requirements.Ensuring periodic review of documents are performed in a timely manner.Managing the provision of controlled documents within the business and to external partners.Providing training and support to new and existing users across the businessLiaising with other departments to ensure that departmental training is being managed in accordance with procedure.Preferred Skills Required:Great administrative skillsConfident in communicating with various parts of the businessExcellent attention to detailAdaptable and happy to pick up varied bits of workExperienced with using a form of electronic document management systemKnowledge of medical device / pharma quality management is a plus It is on a 6 month contract initially, with potential for perm with one of the largest medical manufacturers globally. Please apply with an up to date cv today. Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      • witney, south east
      • contract
      • randstad business support
      JOB ROLE: Technologist LOCATION: Witney, Oxfordshire TYPE: ContractPAY RATE: Market rate We are recruiting on behalf of a global healthcare organisation, for a data driven technologist to work on a team dedicated to improving the products. You will be involved in product failure analysis and reporting.The successful candidate will be responsible for product failure investigations and day to day support of manufacturing:Monitoring of manufacturing data, product performance and reporting of any findingsIdentifying issues and finding root causeCompleting product failure investigation, analysing data, report writing and escalation to management where requiredSome investigation lab work required ad hocExperience / Qualifications:Excellent IT skills, experience in data analysis software is beneficialTeam player with excellent communication and organisational skillsA degree is not required, however degree in science/engineering beneficialPlease apply with an up to date CV today! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      JOB ROLE: Technologist LOCATION: Witney, Oxfordshire TYPE: ContractPAY RATE: Market rate We are recruiting on behalf of a global healthcare organisation, for a data driven technologist to work on a team dedicated to improving the products. You will be involved in product failure analysis and reporting.The successful candidate will be responsible for product failure investigations and day to day support of manufacturing:Monitoring of manufacturing data, product performance and reporting of any findingsIdentifying issues and finding root causeCompleting product failure investigation, analysing data, report writing and escalation to management where requiredSome investigation lab work required ad hocExperience / Qualifications:Excellent IT skills, experience in data analysis software is beneficialTeam player with excellent communication and organisational skillsA degree is not required, however degree in science/engineering beneficialPlease apply with an up to date CV today! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      • witney, south east
      • contract
      • £12.50 - £12.82 per hour
      • randstad business support
      Job Role: Customs Compliance AnalystLocation: Witney, Oxfordshire, Pay rate: £12.82phContract: 6 months minimumRandstad is recruiting on behalf of a global healthcare and medical device company, for a competent analyst to join their customs team. This is a dedicated customs team who support the entire of the UK business with ensuring all imports and exports are compliant and in-keeping with relevant UK HM revenue and customs regulations.We are open to applications from people from any industry, however experience in customs, logistics or freight forwarding would be advantageous. Key responsibilities:Maintaining the Item Master Log (IML) for all UK SitesCustoms commodity classification, management and determination of country of origin for the import/export of products and materials.Completing post entry reviews for materials and products imported/exported to the UKProcessing documentation and adjustments for under/over volume shipmentsPreparing and approval of annual Global Duty Spend reportKey requirements:Must have experience using Excel - pivot tables and data manipulationMust be able to quickly pick up using new systemsExperience with analysing data is a plusAny experience with imports and exports in the EU is advantageous Experience in a highly regulated industry - e.g. Medical, FMCG, Chemical etc. Experience with quality checkingPositive attitude and willingness to learnThis is an office-based role in Witney, Oxfordshire. We will only be considering people who live a commutable distance. Please apply with an up to date CV today! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      Job Role: Customs Compliance AnalystLocation: Witney, Oxfordshire, Pay rate: £12.82phContract: 6 months minimumRandstad is recruiting on behalf of a global healthcare and medical device company, for a competent analyst to join their customs team. This is a dedicated customs team who support the entire of the UK business with ensuring all imports and exports are compliant and in-keeping with relevant UK HM revenue and customs regulations.We are open to applications from people from any industry, however experience in customs, logistics or freight forwarding would be advantageous. Key responsibilities:Maintaining the Item Master Log (IML) for all UK SitesCustoms commodity classification, management and determination of country of origin for the import/export of products and materials.Completing post entry reviews for materials and products imported/exported to the UKProcessing documentation and adjustments for under/over volume shipmentsPreparing and approval of annual Global Duty Spend reportKey requirements:Must have experience using Excel - pivot tables and data manipulationMust be able to quickly pick up using new systemsExperience with analysing data is a plusAny experience with imports and exports in the EU is advantageous Experience in a highly regulated industry - e.g. Medical, FMCG, Chemical etc. Experience with quality checkingPositive attitude and willingness to learnThis is an office-based role in Witney, Oxfordshire. We will only be considering people who live a commutable distance. Please apply with an up to date CV today! Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      • witney, south east
      • contract
      • £80,000 - £125,000 per year
      • randstad business support
      JOB TITLE: Clinical Affairs Project LeadSTART DATE: ASAPPAY RATE: £80,000 - £125,000 - Depending on experianceLOCATION: Witney, Oxfordshire - Flexible Working 2 days from home.The Project The scope of the program supports new product development activities (pivotal studies and other global regulatory filing requirements) and outcome studies to support marketing claims development and/or reimbursement requirements for both new and existing products. Your experience Experience of the application of Global regulations and standards affecting IVDs andMedical Devices. Clinical trial project management experience preferably.Experience of the application of project management to clinical studies and leading project teams.Knowledge of local regulations required for clinical trials conductedRequires experience of compliance and enforcement of regulations in clinical trials. Your new responsibilities Provide leadership and direction to ensure that the clinical study needs of R&D, Regulatory, Operations and Marketing are met.Ensure that aspects of clinical planning and documentation meet the organizational objectives; establish schedules for clinical projects. Develop and manage the clinical study plans.Manage available resources to ensure that clinical studies are completed to agreed timelines.Represent the Clinical Affairs department as an expert in the field, providing specialist advice to internal and external contactsTake the lead in understanding changing international standards and expectations.Ensure that appropriate resources are allocated to ensure changes to policy.Process and procedural documentation are completed in a timely manner in accordance with external regulations.Ensure Clinical Studies meet internal / external standards and GCP requirements.Agree, implement and ensure the completion of plans to address corrective actions and audit observations when required.Lead projects with minimal supervision while achieving goals.Managing clinical activities and resources to progress studies and projects.Ensure allocation of clinical resources to projects including development of clinical strategies to achieve operational execution.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      JOB TITLE: Clinical Affairs Project LeadSTART DATE: ASAPPAY RATE: £80,000 - £125,000 - Depending on experianceLOCATION: Witney, Oxfordshire - Flexible Working 2 days from home.The Project The scope of the program supports new product development activities (pivotal studies and other global regulatory filing requirements) and outcome studies to support marketing claims development and/or reimbursement requirements for both new and existing products. Your experience Experience of the application of Global regulations and standards affecting IVDs andMedical Devices. Clinical trial project management experience preferably.Experience of the application of project management to clinical studies and leading project teams.Knowledge of local regulations required for clinical trials conductedRequires experience of compliance and enforcement of regulations in clinical trials. Your new responsibilities Provide leadership and direction to ensure that the clinical study needs of R&D, Regulatory, Operations and Marketing are met.Ensure that aspects of clinical planning and documentation meet the organizational objectives; establish schedules for clinical projects. Develop and manage the clinical study plans.Manage available resources to ensure that clinical studies are completed to agreed timelines.Represent the Clinical Affairs department as an expert in the field, providing specialist advice to internal and external contactsTake the lead in understanding changing international standards and expectations.Ensure that appropriate resources are allocated to ensure changes to policy.Process and procedural documentation are completed in a timely manner in accordance with external regulations.Ensure Clinical Studies meet internal / external standards and GCP requirements.Agree, implement and ensure the completion of plans to address corrective actions and audit observations when required.Lead projects with minimal supervision while achieving goals.Managing clinical activities and resources to progress studies and projects.Ensure allocation of clinical resources to projects including development of clinical strategies to achieve operational execution.Randstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
      • witney, south east
      • contract
      • £11.50 per hour
      • randstad cpe
      Do you have excellent written communication skills? Are you computer literate? Are you comfortable working as an individual and as part of a team? We are looking for a Product Test Technician to join a global medical device and healthcare leader based in Witney.This is a 12-month contract with the potential for extension, working 37.5 hours per week, 07:00 - 15:00. The successful candidate will be handling, sampling and testing the finished product. Benefits:Friendly and welcoming teamFree onsite parkingOnsite canteenOutside seating areasWeekly onsite Covid testing available for staffResponsibilities:Perform the set-up, sampling and testing of finished products.Support development/validation trialsSupport product performance monitoring Make sure activities are completed as scheduled on time and in full to meet business and customer's needsAccurate recording and review of data of finished productsPro-actively supporting new/changed procedures, processes, and products within the area, including associated validation/verification activitiesSupporting the design, planning, and delivery of new training materials and the review, evaluation, and delivery of existing training materialsQualifications:Secondary level education including English and MathsRequirements:Good written and oral skills are required to help generate clear and legible documentation and understand technical informationConfident working with other members of staff throughout the companyLaboratory experience would be beneficial but not essential as full training will be provided Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
      Do you have excellent written communication skills? Are you computer literate? Are you comfortable working as an individual and as part of a team? We are looking for a Product Test Technician to join a global medical device and healthcare leader based in Witney.This is a 12-month contract with the potential for extension, working 37.5 hours per week, 07:00 - 15:00. The successful candidate will be handling, sampling and testing the finished product. Benefits:Friendly and welcoming teamFree onsite parkingOnsite canteenOutside seating areasWeekly onsite Covid testing available for staffResponsibilities:Perform the set-up, sampling and testing of finished products.Support development/validation trialsSupport product performance monitoring Make sure activities are completed as scheduled on time and in full to meet business and customer's needsAccurate recording and review of data of finished productsPro-actively supporting new/changed procedures, processes, and products within the area, including associated validation/verification activitiesSupporting the design, planning, and delivery of new training materials and the review, evaluation, and delivery of existing training materialsQualifications:Secondary level education including English and MathsRequirements:Good written and oral skills are required to help generate clear and legible documentation and understand technical informationConfident working with other members of staff throughout the companyLaboratory experience would be beneficial but not essential as full training will be provided Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.

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