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Aurora Cannabis Inc. is currently recruiting for a Quality Assurance Coordinator to join our team. The successful candidate will be required to have some flexibility in their schedule to meet the needs of the facility. The incumbent will report directly to the Quality Assurance Associate at Sky, and will be responsible for the following:

• Represent QA as an ambassador for regulatory compliance with respect to GMP, Cannabis Regulations, and company SOPs
• Participate in self-inspection process
• Complete production batch record review and all required follow-up
• Complete documentation review for manufacturing records, logbooks, and all required follow-up
• Assist with investigation of non-conformances leading to identification of the root cause
• Assigning and implementing effective CAPA to promote continuous improvement
• Assist with the generation and review of release documentation
• Work closely with Production Planning to ensure batches and runs allocated for shipping have been released and all associated documentation has been reviewed and closed out
• Work closely with Production and Quality Assurance Auditors to ensure facility compliance is maintained
• Assist in the development of training programs and perform training sessions for personnel as required
• Assist with the implementation and continuous improvement of quality procedures
• Assist manufacturing in drafting and writing SOPs that comply with Cannabis Regulations and GMP
• Assist with the tracking of metrics around compliance and efficiency and recommend measures to improve productivity and product quality
• Participate in both internal and external audits as required
• Assist QA Associate and QA Manager as required

• 1-2 years' experience in the Quality Assurance field
• B.Sc. 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
• Fluency in MS Office is required
• Competency of technological writing (SOPs, Annual Reports, Investigation Summary)
• Ability to work independently, with a strong attention to detail
• Ability to multitask and adapt to an evolving environment with changing priorities
• Effective verbal and written communication in English


Aurora Cannabis Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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