• Operations Quality Technician

    Requisition ID
    Job Location(s)
    Limerick Ireland
    Languages Required
    Cook Ireland
    Position Type
  • Overview

    The primary purpose of this position is to work with the Operations QC group to provide technical support as required by QC Supervisors/QC Manager.

    Reporting to: Quality Control Manager  

    Find out more about Cook Medical here


    • Use of the Business Objectives (BO) system to facilitate preparation and analysis of operational yield reports.
    • Respond to yield and reject queries from other COOK departments which may result in the preparation of ad-hoc reports.
    • Trending and analysis of key Quality Control metrics.
    • Preparation of Change Requests and Deviations.
    • Prepare and send training notifications and update LMS as required.
    • Training of personnel.
    • Preparation of yearly manufacturing area review schedule. Liaise with Operations Supervisors and Team Leaders in execution of the reviews and track to closure resulting actions.
    • Involvement and general support to the Operations QC group, including execution of assigned projects.
    • Involvement in investigation and close out of NCRs and CAPAs.
    • Ensure that Cook’s Code of Conduct is considered in all business matters carried out on Cook’s behalf.


    • Third level qualification in a related discipline and/or minimum of 2 years experience in a QA role desirable.
    • Knowledge of a GMP regulated environment and experience in a similar role would be an advantage.
    • Proven Problem-Solving skills.
    • Excellent communication and inter-personal skills.
    • Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail critical.
    • Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office/Excel and Power Point.
    • Good working knowledge of statistics.
    • High degree of self motivation.
    • Willingness and availability to travel on company business.


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