Call 18-22: responsible for Quality Assurance – Biopharmaceuticals Quality Control Laboratory – IP Montevideo

The Biopharmaceuticals Quality Control Laboratory of the Institut Pasteur of Montevideo calls for applications for the position of Quality Assurance Manager with a 40 hours per month workload and flexible working hours subject to labour demand.

Training accomplished

We are looking for people who have a degree in Laboratory Quality Process Specialists or equivalent training.


The selected person must have at least 2 years of experience working in Laboratories with functional Quality Systems and Quality Assurance tasks (both requirements excluded).


– The selected person will have to carry out and guarantee a quality assurance programme within the Biopharmaceutical Control Laboratory (BCL) which will be extended to other laboratories involved in this process.

– Maintain current or updated copies of all approved and current operating procedures, curricula or projects under implementation within the LCB.

– Verify that each study or plan complies with the particular Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) requirements in each case.

– Conducting inspections or audits within the framework of LCB activities as well as including study plans or projects or applied research.

– Attending to external audits and taking responsibility for the action plans resulting from them.


$ 40,000 nominal.


The position will be for a period of 1 year with a probationary period of three months and the possibility of renewal.

We invite interested people to apply through the following link attaching the following documentation in .pdf format:

1) Motivation letter
2) CV stating employment references

Deadline for applications: November 4, 2022.

If you have any questions about the call, you can direct your emails to

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