Novartis India recruitment 2019-Apply online: Novartis India is inviting eligible candidates to apply online for the position of Warehouse Executive . Candidates can find their eligibility from below details .Eligible and interested candidates can apply from the source may provided at the bottom of this article. This content to be used only for informational purpose and not responsible for the inaccuracy or deficiency of the provided information.
Qualification:B.Sc., B.Pharm Post graduate Diploma added advantage English & Hindi fluent in speaking / writing
Experience required:2-3 years
Post Name: Warehouse Executive
Job Description:- Monitor quality governance and compliance in the Country organization in all GxP related areas (Supply chain, C&F Ware house, Market Compliant, Clinical trials etc) to ensure that all aspects of the operational business comply with cGxP, legal and regulatory requirements and the Novartis Pharma Corporate Quality Manual and Policies. Prevent significant quality issues or regulatory non-compliance which could lead to product stock-out or withdrawal, product approval delays or which would negatively impact the financial performance of the company as well as the reputation.
Local Quality System continuously updated, as required No stock-out due to inefficient release procedure Timely close-out of complaints and investigations No regulatory problem / action due to inefficient local Change Control procedure QA audits of material suppliers , recommending upgradations and developing them as alternate vendors Audit of CPO Vendors and maintain them continuously in cGxP state.
No of Vacancy:NA
Opening Date: 24-06-2019
About Company :We believe the answers are found when curious, courageous and collaborative people like you are brought together in an inspiring environment. Where you’re given opportunities to explore the power of digital and data. Where you’re empowered to risk failure by taking smart risks, and where you’re surrounded by people who share your determination to tackle the world’s toughest medical challenges.