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QA Supervisor - cGMP - food, pharma - Middlesex County, CT


Murphy Search Group



Our client is a leader in their niche product in the U.S. They develop and manufacture over-the-counter medications, nutritional supplements, prescriptions, beverages and other consumer products on a contract basis. They continually expand their product base and currently have several new and interesting products in the R&D phase right now.


This Quality professional is responsible for ensuring that the Quality Assurance auditing in our client’s two (2) CT facilities operates effectively and efficiently while remaining fully integrated with company business objectives. Responsibilities include performing necessary inspection and testing required for product release, supporting the manufacturing operation, providing timely information and communicating with both internal and external customers.

Successful candidate will present a high level of integrity and ethics, strong commitment to quality and a proven track record in quality assurance within GMP environment.

  • Oversee the daily activities of the QA Associates; providing direction of responsibilities and guidance for completing tasks as well as providing any necessary training.
  • Conduct packaging audit, ensuring final product meets packaging specifications and is within the allowed accepted quality limits (AQL); inspect all incoming packaging components, ensuring specifications are met by performing appropriate tests following determined component specifications.
  • Conduct investigations as directed and collect information to assess root causes when product or processes are not meeting specifications.
  • Assist in the conduct of internal audits of cGMP to ensure compliance to cGMP and internal procedures and policies.
  • In collaboration with other key personnel, review Quality SOPs and manufacturing records on a periodic basis and revise or create new documents as necessary.
  • Audit finished/completed batch production documents for procedural or mathematical errors and approve for release of product.
  • Communicate identified manufacturing deficiencies to key personnel (Machine Operator, Technical Director, Production Supervisor…etc.).
  • Coordinate packaging specifications; review and approve Bill of Materials (BOM).
  • Perform all work in accordance with established Safety, cGMP and company procedures; support company mission and values.


  • Five years experience in Quality Assurance in the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry.
  • Demonstrated current knowledge of cGMP regulations and industry standards.
  • Minimum 3 years Supervisory experience
  • Strong team player, demonstrated team attitude and behaviors.
  • Excellent organizational skills; ability to delegate.
  • Strong writing skills, Strong attention to detail, Strong problem-solving and analytical skills.



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