Provides technical expertise and operational support for B41 Injectables operation, with focus upon the manufacturing operations. Partners with shop floor colleagues and supervision to ensure smooth and efficient production of a diverse mix of human and animal health injectable products. Assists in equipment troubleshooting activities as needed.
The Process Engineer identifies and implements efficiency, safety, quality and/or cost improvements on equipment and processes. Possesses the ability to critically analyze Drug Product manufacturing processes for reproducibility, ruggedness, and root cause failure investigations of day to day operations.
Requires developing strategies and systems to improve process performance. Ability to work in cross-functional teams with focus on deliverables, timelines, and meeting customer expectations and requirements. Exercises judgment within defined procedures and practices to determine appropriate actions, Uses rigorous logic and methods to solve difficult problems with effective solutions.
Implements corrective actions and coordinates activities in conjunction with the appropriate enabling groups, i.e. engineering, quality, maintenance, operations, etc. Acts as customer project manager on select engineering projects. Partners with engineering to deliver projects that meet scope, schedule, and budget while fulfilling the operational needs of the project.
The successful candidate for this position will interact with Injectable Manufacturing/Filling/Inspection/Packaging, Project Engineering, Maintenance, Quality Operations, DP Manufacturing Project Transfer Teams in the support of Drug Product manufactured in APS (Aseptic Processing North) and APN (Aseptic Processing South).
Candidate will lead Operational Excellence initiatives (i.e. Kanban, M1 investigations, Green Belt certification, etc.) and routinely interact on the production floor and with Quality and Maintenance colleagues.
Contributes to the completion of specific programs and projects. Failure to achieve results causes serious delays in meeting departmental objectives. Ensures that projects are completed on schedule following established procedures and schedules.. Leads and motivates others, generating commitment and a shared sense of purpose.
BA/BS plus a minimum of 2 years' experience or MBA/MS plus a minimum of 1 years' experience in a science or engineering related field
Pharmaceutical or manufacturing experience and strong, demonstrated technical skills exhibited in a cGMP environment are requirements. Specific knowledge of and experience with Drug Product processing and equipment is highly desirable.
Candidate will be required to gown in order to enter higher classification area and execute responsibilities according to departmental procedures. Will work with biologicals, API, control substance and other drug products as required.
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
Minimal travel may be required in order to support FAT (Factory Acceptance Test) or required training activities.
Production Floor, Master Scheduler, TL/Supervisor, Product Quality, Project Managers, Validation, Qualification, External Vendor, Injectables Manufacturing/Filling, Maintenance, Qualified Utilities, Contractors, Human Health Labs, and various levels of Management.
Some contact with outside organizations and customers. Represents the organization in providing solutions to difficult issues associated with specific problems.
Interacts with middle manager internal and external personnel on matters requiring coordination between areas. Majority of liaison is on internal basis with subordinates and supervisors at equivalent level or one level higher and normally involves specific phases of a project or operation. Accomplishes daily operational tasks mainly through direct supervision of OTE and entry-level staff colleagues.
Persuades others to a point of view. Works collaboratively with others to gain agreement on a course of action.
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