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Quality Control Specialist

Alkuperäinen julkaisupäivä 28.11.2018

BIOCAD Finland is looking to hire a QC Specialist for upcoming production site in Turku. We are looking for a person with hands in attitude and involvement to be part of our team in our project from the beginning. Through our new manufacturing site and European headquarters in Turku we are preparing to launch our product portfolio into the European market.


Job description

We need you to joint the team from the beginning of the project. You will have an important role in the participation planning and start-up of the QC, such as involvement in the project design documentation audit, analysis for quality control matters.

As a QC specialist, your responsibilities include coordination of launching QC facilities into operation, implementing internal and external procedures for testing and maintenance of premises, equipment and systems. Your role is related to qualification of validation of the quality control facilities (both internal and external), coordination with contractors and suppliers work on site for quality related issues, scheduling quality plans for the project, preparing technical descriptions, management of equipment supply for project implementation.

The job requires intense coordination with international BIOCAD Finland team members and interactions with company's HQ about project implementation.


Key information

Working time: Full-time

Length: Fixed-term, 2 years

Location: Turku, Finland

Requested starting date: As soon as possible, negotiable



Education: relevant applicable University / college degree

Work experience: 3-5 years on the relevant positions in QC or equivalent experience.

Languages: Native or upper-intermediate Finnish and English. Knowledge in Russian will be considered as preferable.


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Application deadline:

We encourage you to send your CV and application as early as possible, but the last deadline for all applications is 14.01.2019.


Any questions? Don’t hesitate to write:

Maria Riivari