Quality Manager - Global Medical Device Manufacturer

Michael Page

Job Description

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Urgently seeking an experienced Quality Manager to come into a thriving and well-established Medical Device Manufacturer. My client is interested in hiring someone with some experience specifically as a Quality Manager in a relevant industry and they look to provide appropriate training and ultimately grow this person within the business over the next 5-10 years.

Client Details

Our client is a medical device manufacturer located in the Wheeling area. With over 15 locations throughout the US and 5000 employees, they have continued to grow out new product lines. They seek a Quality Manager to join their Quality team and report to the Director of Quality. Their clients include well known OEMs, such as Stryker and Medtronic. This role will be a highly responsible, independent and managerial position responsible for all aspects of the quality systems process


The Quality Manager will be responsible for;

  • Document and data change control, training, corrective and preventive action, discrepancy handling, product release, environmental monitoring, and complaint handling.
  • Provide consultation to all departments on application of quality and regulatory requirements.
  • Develop and maintain quality system procedures for quality and regulatory department responsibilities.
  • Lead quality assurance and regulatory affairs functional review and approval of quality system documentation.
  • Manage quality engineering support function; indirect support to quality inspection teams who report to quality engineering.
  • Work in a close, collaborative fashion with management in the pursuit of adherence to documented processes and the development of key performance indicators.
  • Interact with customers and suppliers on all quality matters while building and maintaining strong relationships.
  • Directs the selection, training, and development of personnel within the limits of company administration policy.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Coach, mentor, develop, direct, train, and evaluate the work of quality improvement personnel.
  • Maintain a robust Quality Management System that meets all FDA, ISO 13485 and customer requirements.
  • Ensure customer satisfaction with product quality.
  • Receive and provide communications and related materials and reports regarding parts revisions, parts on hold, questions on dimensions, parts rejections, parts changes, qualifications, validations, internal audit data, and other quality-related information the customer requires.
  • Receive, interpret, and implement corrective action procedures for product quality that the customer requires.


  • Bachelor's Degree (Engineering related), Master's Degree preferred
  • 8+ years of experience in a manufacturing environment, specifically in metal working or medical device manufacturing preferred
  • Project Management and Lean Manufacturing experience
  • Good knowledge of statistical toolsand appropriate use of Design of Experiments (DOE) when developing recommendations
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Working knowledge of ISO 9001:2015, ISO 13485:2015, 21 CFR and cGMPs

Job Offer

  • Competitive base salary between $100,000-$150,000 depending on experience and skills
  • Bonus opportunity up to 6%
  • Comprehensive benefits package including Medical, Dental and Vision
  • Medical/Prescription Drug Coverage - 3 Blue Cross Option (2 PPOs, 1 HDHP)
  • Health Savings Account and Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Dental Coverage - 2 MetLife Options
  • Life and AD&D Coverage
  • Short-term disabiltiy coverage
  • 15 PTO Days + 10 holidays
  • 401(k) with 3% company match

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