Under the supervision of the Release Coordinator, the Release Coordinator Assistant is responsible for the general operation of the Manufacturing/Packaging Document Files system, including internal management of the files, manages the review of documentation from other departments, providing of documents and/or certificates of analysis to customers, releasing the finished goods, and other associated activities. The Release Coordinator Assistant also provides direction and support to the QC Documentation Clerk and is the official back-up of the Release Coordinator.
Manages and supportsthe thorough review of documentation for the compounding, filling and analysis of drug and non-drug products as forwarded by the Chemical Processing, Packaging and Quality departments.
Works with those departments to ensure that errors, omissions or issues are properly addressed per applicable Standard Operating Procedures;
Prepares Certificates of Analysis as required for drug and non-drug products and forwards them to clients if required.
Verify/sign certificates of analysis for drug and non-drug finish goods; Release drug and non-drug finish goods;
Ensures that all documents required for the Manufacturing/Packaging Document File for drug and non-drug batch or packaged product lot are provided by the originating departments, and tracks documents received against the production schedule accordingly;
Manages the Manufacturing/Packaging Document Files storage system, including maintenance of the storage area, control of files released internally for evaluation, and removal of obsolete files for destruction;
Provides support to the QC Document Clerk with regards to the processing of all related documents; Access customer inventory systems (SAP) and release finished goods where warranted; Answers special requests from customers;
Acts as the official back-up of the Release Coordinator when he is unavailable;
Any other related tasks or projects as assigned by the immediate supervisor;
Complies with company policies (eg. safety, dress code, GMP, work instructions, etc.).
Level of education
Work experience (years)
Fr : Advanced
En : Advanced
Fr : Advanced
En : Advanced
BSc. in Science or equivalent degree in science; Expertise in GMP requirements and GMP compliance necessary; Minimum 1 year experience in cosmetic, pharmaceutical or related industry; Self-motivated, ability to work with minimal supervision, conscientious, detail-oriented, well organized; Good writing and communication skills; Sound knowledge of computers; Bilingualism necessary.
- Deferred profit sharing plan DPSP
Deferred profit sharing plan DPSP
- Disability insurance
- Employee assistance program
Employee assistance program
- Life insurance
- Medical and paramedical expenses coverage
Medical and paramedical expenses coverage
- Registered retirement savings plan
Registered retirement savings plan
- Vision care insurance
Vision care insurance
- Years of service recognition
Years of service recognition
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