QUALITY ASSURANCE COORDINATOR / AUDITOR
Reporting to the Manager, Quality Assurance, this Quality Assurance Coordinator/Auditor will be based out of our Pemberton facility in British Columbia, and responsible for the following:
Represent QA as an ambassador for regulatory compliance with respect to Cannabis Regulations, GMP, GPP, and company’s SOPs
Assist in developing and writing SOPs for all areas of the facility, ensuring compliance with Cannabis Regulations and GPP/GMP
Assist with conducting investigations regarding deviations or complaints, including gathering of data, and identification of root cause
Provide guidance to manufacturing with respect to GPP, GDP, and GMP
Build and maintain good working relationships with manufacturing to promote openness and compliance
Perform on floor auditing of records including sanitation, logbooks, and PBRs
Perform initial batch record review for completed PBRs from growing, oil production, and bottling.
Conduct sanitation and pest control review to ensure compliance.
Perform verification (Labels, weights, fulfilled orders)
Perform required line clearances during manufacturing operations
Verify electronic inventory records of dried cannabis, packaged product, and live plants
Perform QA duties for materials management such as release label creation, application, and inventory follow up
Participate in Self Inspection Process
Assist with tracking metrics around compliance and efficiency and recommend measures to improve productivity and product quality.
Assist QA Associates, and QA Manager when necessary
3-5 years' experience in the Quality Assurance Field
Degree or diploma in a science-related field
Experience working in a regulated environment, pharmaceuticals, or natural health product manufacturing environment is preferred
Understanding of Quality Management Systems including batch record review, batch release, document control, change control, deviations, investigations, and CAPA
Ability to understand, follow and mentor production staff regarding SOP compliance
Strong attention to detail and organization skills
Ability to multitask and adapt to an evolving work environment
Fluency in MS Office is mandatory
Competency of technological writing (SOPs, Investigation Summary)
Ability to work independently, with strong attention to detail
Ability to both speak and write clearly in English
We would like to thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Aurora Cannabis Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.