Site Name: USA - Pennsylvania - Marietta Posted Date: Dec 16 2021 As a QU Program Manager, you will lead the development and management of strategic areas within the Quality Unit at the Marietta Site, including but not limited to Governance, Operational Excellence, Quality Risk Management, Project Oversight, and Continuous Improvement. This role will provide YOU the opportunity to lead key activities to progress YOUR career, these responsibilities include some of the following: * Partner with Quality Systems to define and deliver initiatives aimed to improve Quality indicators, with focus on deviations, change controls, documentation and other key quality systems * Maintain overview of all projects within the Quality Unit. Assist QU PMs and individuals with PMO preparation as needed * Mentor others on project planning, including financial and resource allocations, monitoring and tracking project status * Develop and track relevant project KPIs and communicate progress, risk and issue * Review meeting structure within the Quality Unit and ensure appropriate governance is in place at all levels and in alignment with GIO/Q level governance * Write and update the Site Quality Plan * Responsible to work with Global functions and other GSK sites to ensure sharing of best practices and to maintain visibility on relevant initiatives * Leading and ensuring GPS 2.0 implementation across the Quality organization. Ensure consistency of practices and tools and perform capability assessments * Continuous Improvement champion for the Quality Unit. Maintain overview of all Orange Belt/CI projects within QU. Facilitate sessions to drive a culture of continuous improvement using lean tools to identify new CI projects * Value Creation champion for the Quality Unit. Ensure that the gains obtained from improvement projects are sustained and documented as value creation when applicable * Risk Management champion for the Quality Unit. Lead the QU Risk meetings to identify, score and mitigate risks identified in QU. Point of contact with the Site Risk Manager Why you? Basic Qualifications: We are looking for professionals with these required skills to achieve our goals: * Bachelor's Degree in Microbiology, Biology/Virology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Pharmacy or relevant technical discipline * 5+ years experience in Quality Assurance or Quality Control (Quality Systems, compliance, product release, auditing) within clinical or commercial organization with licensed biopharmaceutical or biological products. Preferred Qualifications: If you have the following characteristics, it would be a plus: * Versed in GMP's, NIH Guidelines, FDA and other regulatory agency requirements sufficient to comply to quality operations and compliance * Prior experience with licensed biopharmaceutical or biological products * In-depth experience in quality systems, including validation, documentation, compliance in a high volume, rapid turnaround release office or compliance department. Strong technical understanding of industry and science practices related to the business * Strong communication and problem solving skills with a demonstrated ability to work well with and influence others without direct reporting relationships * Preferred - Certification or training in quality systems or cGMP compliance by a recognized organization such as ASQ * Risk Management Principles and Techniques * Successful Interaction with internal and external customers, cross-functional leadership, capability to drive governance across functions and stakeholders * High learning agility and analytical skills * Flexibility, tenacity, strong logical approach to problem solving, pragmatic and results driven, can-do attitude to help the organization deliver stretch goals, structured organized excellent planner, ability to coach staff on all different levels of the Quality organization, ability to influence and get buy-in of senior management, mediate and drive critical programs forward * Be an excellent negotiator when the workload is conflicting and jeopardizes program deliverables Why GSK? 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