J&J Family of Companies Quality Assurance Analyst in Leeds, United Kingdom

Quality Assurance Analyst


DePuy Synthes, a member of Johnson & Johnson's Family of Companies, is investing in early stage research and insights to build our long-term pipeline and enable us to implement innovative disease and care pathways on behalf of customers and the patients we all serve. As this investment includes attracting top talent, we have additional headcount to recruit a Quality Assurance Analyst to join our team.

We offer exciting career opportunities for high caliber professionals. We provide value by delivering bespoke sterility assurance, supporting our internal and external customers. At DePuy Synthes, a continuing focus on being agile, efficient and effective for the future is at the heart of what we do.

In this role you will support the execution of the Site’s Quality Management System Processes and participate in Quality System projects. You will drive the flawless and compliant execution of the assigned processes to meet customer and business needs while ensuring the processes are in compliance with regulatory requirements.

What you’re great at:

You will be the subject matter expert in relation to quality systems. You will be a strong collaborator who will build effective relationships with our partners. This will mean you will work in partnership rather that providing a policing approach. Being very pragmatic, you will know when to escalate and always have our patients at the central to all thinking. You will have a keen interest in improving processes along the way and enjoy driving change.

As the Quality Assurance Analyst your typical day may include:

− Driving compliant execution of the following for their assigned processes and projects

− Managing specified quality system processes

− Working directly with various customers of the quality system processes to ensure compliance to site, sector/franchise/regulatory requirements.

− Working directly with the various owners/teams to ensure investigations/actions are implemented and accurately documented in a timely manner

− Compiling contextualizing, evaluating and presenting Quality Systems data and metrics for all metric review meetings. Utilizes quality tools to track, trend and communicate quality performance metrics in presentations/reports/dashboards

− Responsible for identifying and communicating the need for process improvement opportunities to responsible management

− Proactively examines/reviews systems and processes, to identify/assess areas for review, improvement, change, or elimination and with specific focus in simplifying and standardizing processes. Lead and drive improvements as required

− Supporting the assigned processes during internal and external audits

− Responding to and driving/ participating in investigations and corrective action implementation for identified quality issues including internal/external audits actions

− Assists in creating a culture of quality awareness and communicating the quality management system, GMP and associated documents and procedures to all staff

− All employees are responsible for minimizing both the environmental and Health and Safety effects of the work they perform



Ideally you will be degree qualified with demonstrated experience with the quality function in medical device, pharmaceutical, or similar regulated industry. Proficiency in applicable GMP/QSR regulations and in- depth knowledge of Quality Systems would be a distinct advantage.


• High Attention to Detail

• Flexible approach teamed with excellent Communication and Influencing Skills

• Strong Team Player who has a Pro-active approach to Work

• Ability to prioritize and manage the workload and as required, be able to manage shifting priorities based on critical deadlines so that business needs are always met

• Demonstrate excellent communication skills (verbal and written) with all levels within the organization, clients and regulatory auditors

• Ability to develop and give presentations on relevant topics

• Ability to work on own initiative and a high level of attention to detail

• Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions

What you’ll own and how you’ll grow:

You will be part of transforming and developing our quality activities on site and have the opportunity to share best practise and harmonise our activities within the wider global organisation. This role will offer you a localised position with global scope. We will support you to grow personally and reward you with a fantastic work environment that will recognise your achievements.

What we’re about:

We are passionate about our work, and play vital roles across a range of professional disciplines, and care deeply about our customers and communities. At Johnson & Johnson our culture enables dynamic and impactful careers. We share a kind of DNA where we’re each

• Committed to caring

• Responsible to our communities

• Ready to apply our knowledge and know-how

• Unique in our background and experiences

• The drivers of our own success

• Passionate about doing what’s right

Make a unique mark in your career

Closing Date: 3rd June 2018

If you decide to apply for the position, any personal data which you provide shall be processed by Johnson & Johnson. Your personal data shall be processed for the purposes of recruitment, recruitment policy and selection.

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Primary Location

United Kingdom-England-Leeds


Depuy Int'l Ltd. (8722)

Job Function

Quality Assurance

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