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Clinical Quality Coordinator

Randox Laboratories - National

Job Summary

Full Time
Posted on
January 25, 2019
Expires on
February 25, 2019
Randox Laboratories - National
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About Randox Laboratories - National

Randox is a world leader in in-vitro diagnostics supplying a range of innovative laboratory instruments and tests to a wide range of customers across the globe. Our mission is to create added value in healthcare by focussing on our expertise in diagnostics.

We play a pioneering role in laboratory medicine. High value is placed in research and development to continuously improve existing and develop innovative new products. This has allowed us to continuously grow and expand our international sales teams. Now is your chance to be part of strong, growing organisation.

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Randox requires a highly motivated, independent and proactive Quality Coordinator to join our innovative international company in a growing industry that can provide career security and genuine advancement opportunities for those who show potential. the quality coordinator will provide day-to-day quality support for the laboratory, anticipate needs and issues and will take action accordingly.


This position will be based within our Laboratory in Randox Science Park, Co. Antrim.


Job Duties:


  • Assist in the management of Non-Confirming work identified within the relevant RCLS laboratories (Randox Science Park, Holywood, Liverpool & London)

  • Act as chair for the quality discussion in the bi-weekly Management meeting

  • Ensure that NCPs in the company database are progressed in line with documented procedure

  • Assist in the management of Internal Audits by progressing CAPA Plans in accordance with documented procedure

  • Report to the Laboratory Manager on the CAPA Plan and the NCP Progress, and milestone achievement to CAPA Plans and NCPs on a weekly basis

  • To assist in the writing of new Standard Operation Procedure and Work Instructions within the Department

  • Monitor clinical documentation through Q-Pulse to ensure compliance with the quality regulatory requirements, in particular ISO17025.



The successful applicants must meet the following criteria:


Essential Skills:


  • Qualified to at least degree standard with a 2:1 grade or above in the following: Biomedical Science, Biochemistry,  Life Science or Quality Management related degree.

  • Experience in a clinical diagnostics laboratory, including diagnostic testing and reagent applications

  • Maintain professional membership of national and international societies, such as, IBMS

  • Excellent verbal and written communication and organisational skills.

  • Demonstrate excellent leadership qualities.

  • Highly motivated with an excellent work ethic

  • Knowledge of a variety of software packages, such as Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, & Excel to produce correspondence and documents and maintain presentations, records, spreadsheets and databases.

  • Experience in Quality Managements Systems i.e. ISO9001/ISO17025/ISO15189/CAP



Desired Skills:


  • Project Management skills

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