Quality departments of High Park are integrated and centrally coordinated.
Role and Responsibilities
Responsible for the oversight of Quality Assurance departments at all High Park locations.
Oversee the review and enforcement of quality programs of responsible sites.
Accountable for ensuring quality processes; review of specifications for production output; the documenting of evidence; the determination of operational and performance qualification and updated written quality control procedures.
Ensure the timely reviews of executed Batch Production Records while ensuring documentation is both complete and compliant to Cannabis Act and Cannabis Regulations.
Stay current with Regulatory changes relevant to cannabis production and products.
Provide Quality support to sites to complete complaint investigations, change controls, deviations and CAPAs.
Provide direction, guidance and education to ensure site audit/inspection readiness.
Provides leadership and direction of third party and external audits.
Responsible to employ, develop, lead and motivates an empowered team of quality professionals capable of high performance, aligned decision-making, and reliable delivery of quality product.
Ensures good communication with staff, establishing clear performance expectations/evaluation and providing regular feedback.
Manage many sites Quality teams to ensure seamless communication of issues, concerns, and proposed resolutions for implementation, as well as alignment with global and local policies and procedures
Develops and monitors site quality KPIs and report these periodically to senior management.
Ensures senior leadership is appropriately informed and aware of the effectiveness of the quality system and any significant events that may occur.
Other duties, as assigned
Qualifications and Education Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in a technical discipline (Food, Physical, or Biological Sciences preferred)
Minimum 7 years of experience as a Quality Assurance Manager in a GAP, GMP and/or HACCP regulated environment required.
Willingness to travel to each of the High Park facilities
Strong leadership and communication skills
Direct experience participating in, managing, or conducting quality audits and inspections
Strong and current knowledge of Good Production Practice, Good Documentation Practice
Familiarity with the Cannabis Act and Cannabis Regulations
Proficient in English (proficient or functional in French is considered an asset)
Experience establishing and maintaining version-controlled standards, policies, procedures and work flows
Proficient understanding of plant products and related test methodology is an asset
Chemistry and Plant Biology knowledge is an asset
Proven ability to effectively use Microsoft Office Applications
Must have the ability to obtain security clearance status under the Cannabis act and Cannabis Regulations
High Park welcomes applications from all qualified individuals and is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace.
Accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. If you require accommodations for interviews or other meetings, please advise when submitting your application.
Please note that High Park does not authorize, engage, or sponsor any consultants, agencies or organizations that seek certain personal or financial information from you (e.g. passwords, login ids, credit card information). High Park does not charge any application, processing or onboarding fee at any stage of the recruitment or hiring process.
Tilray is a Canadian pharmaceutical and cannabis company, incorporated in the United States with primary operations headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. Tilray also has operations in Australia & New Zealand, Germany, Portugal, and Latin America.