Manager Manufacturing

Responsible for Manufacturing actives in assigned Upstream areas.  Oversee Upstream production in accordance with volume fluctuation, business need, and effective procedures. Collaborate cross functionally, to develop and implement changes, by participating in project teams to facilitate deviation reduction and continuous improvement. Manage multiple priorities either independently or part of a team in order to meet key deadlines and communicate issues and progress across all levels of organization. Support Deviation Closures Resolve QA shop floor observations Perform monthly HSE audits, complete HSE investigations and provide support for HSE CAPAs. Manage +QDCI L1 boards to meet meeting company KPIs and drive change Establish performance expectations and evaluate with direct reports Manage short and long term employee development goals Coordinating Upstream Flu Operations Drive efficiency in communication between employees through shift change huddles Manage personnel attendance through Labor utilization Role Based Schedule Tool, Ceridian and Workday Active involvement of on boarding new hires Monitor Metasys/ Labwatch applications to ensure GMP status of the production floor Serve as an escalation point and make decisions to resolve issues Responsible for project work on the shop floor providing assistance and/or recommendations in regards to Upstream processes or equipment. Execute Batch Record Section and Final Review in a timely manner in order to hit production targets. Provide leadership and direction to ensure deviation investigations are initiated, reviewed and closed on time.  Provide training in accordance to deviations or procedural updates. Support CAPAs, Change Controls, internal audits items, and any other regulatory commitments.  Perform manager review of Quality Documents both on and off the shop floor.  This includes but not limited to reviewing and approving equipment printouts, logbooks, and temperature charts. Assist functional teams in identification of improvements to Safety, Quality, Delivery, Cost and Involvement and ensure alignment with site/function strategy Basic Qualifications: A Bachelordegree in Life Sciences, Engineering or Management. A minimum of 5 years of experience that includes: Working within a quality or production department of either a pharmaceutical company (cGMP) or another regulated environment AND Experience with the management of direct reports Ability to work a 2nd Shift position (2:00 pm to 10:30 pm) Preferred Qualifications: Experience in Viral manufacturing and/or Bacterial Manufacturing Competencies required to perform the role effectively: Excellent communication  and interpersonal Skills The ability to work on cross functional project teams Demonstrated ability to meet/exceed timelines/deliverables Continuous improvement techniques and problem solving/analytical skills Ability to negotiate/Influence Organized and detail oriented R2483721
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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