Learning Development Advisor, Open to flexible working
9 Month Fixed Term Contract
In the heart of rural Teesdale, the GSK site at Barnard Castle is a key member of the Pharma Supply Chain (PSC) organization. We produce some of the world's leading dermatological, sterile, inhaled and oral medicines for a wide range of diseases including MRSA, leukemia and HIV.
Our Barnard Castle facility is a key secondary manufacturing site within the GSK network, and one of GSKs flagship New Product Introduction sites, bringing ground-breaking medicines to people all over the world at the right quality and the right price.
The purpose of the learning and development advisor is to manage the systems and architecture supporting and reporting upon training and development activities on site. To ensure training and development activities are compliant with GMP requirements, minimise the risk of human error in performance of work activities to ensure Product Quality and EHS standards are maintained.
Key Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Maintain the Learning Management system and Controlled document system in line with site requests.
- Maintain site curricula structure working with curricula owners to ensure the underlying training processes are appropriate the process. Provide visibility to trainees of the training available and schedule.
- Advise of training approaches which may be used supporting curricula owners, including supporting on-the-job-training programmes, questionnaires, video training and other training modes
- To develop, coordinate and implement the learning and development strategy across the site, ensuring alignment with existing training processes and future training initiatives in line with current corporate and regulatory requirements.
- Coordinate and deliver instructor lead training.
- To work as a flexible and motivated member of the team.
- To follow all Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and/or Standards of Work (SW) applicable and in which the individual has been trained.
- To act at all times in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and to report any quality issues.
- To act in a safe manner, always (in compliance with the Health & Safety at Work Act, and all other relevant legislation) and to use GSK safety reporting systems to highlight potential hazards.
- To remain up to date with all training requirements (both 'classroom' courses and computer- based training through the 'My Learning' internal platform).
- To take part in Continuous Improvement (CI) activities to highlight improvements to equipment and processes.
- To take part in Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and Corrective and Preventative Action (CAPA) processes.
CLOSING DATE for applications: Monday 23rd November (COB)
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Required Qualifications and experience:
- HNC/A-level education level aligned with experience of pharmaceutical manufacture
- Training administration/delivery experience
- Strong administrative experience and attention to detail
- Strong technical knowledge of Learning Management Systems, ideally Success Factors
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