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Shire Purification Supervisor in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Delivers leadership and excellence in manufacturing processing and scheduling to meet site demands. Manages the floor operations to ensure safety and compliance with cGMPs are maintained at all times. Oversees the planning, implementation and maintenance of manufacturing operations for new and/or existing products and technologies in a cGMP environment. Collaborate with support groups to ensure accurate and well managed transfer of process changes/improvements to floor operations. Integrate best practices, where appropriate, into manufacturing. Ensures the efficiency of material, equipment and personnel in day to day operations. Monitor departmental operating expenses (OT, Equipment, Supplies) and assist in developing budgets.
Responsible for daily operations on the production floor, including scheduling, staffing, training, material use and troubleshooting to ensure that all operations are in full compliance with applicable MBRs/FPs, SOPs, and safety guidelines.
Develop technical expertise in area of responsibility and provide technical instruction on new/improved processes to appropriate audiences, primarily Manufacturing personnel.
Will monitor and control labor (absence, vacation and OT) and other group expenses.
- Responsible for interviewing and selecting candidates
Provide effective leadership through:
Assess performance and make recommendations for annual programs such as Talent Review and Year End Compensation
Individual goal setting/performance reviews
Ensure appropriate staffing levels and skill sets are maintained
Effectively manage employee performance issues and corrective actions
Ensure the use of safe work practices and behaviors
Recognize and appreciate employee contributions and support workforce diversity
Ensure that employees are working in a safe and compliant manner
Ensure that staff Individual Training Record (ITR’s) targets are met o Schedule and track training attendance.
Evaluate training effectiveness.
Day to day training and coaching employees
Issue deviations or investigations of various complexities and work with cross-functional departments to evaluate root cause, close them and implement appropriate corrective actions.
Provide technical expertise to resolve manufacturing issues and interact with support groups to ensure production targets are met and product and process comply with cGMPs, product licenses and corporate policies. Ensure operational metrics and business systems (ERP, Inventory) are maintained.
Revise, author and review Standard Operating Procedures/Batch Records.
Education & Experience Requirements:
Bachelor’s of Science degree and 2-4 years related industry experience or an equivalent level of education and/or related experience is acceptable.
Experience as a Lead or Supervisor in a GMP Manufacturing facility required.
Experience in executing moderate to complex schedules preferred.
Experience with systems such as SAP, LIMS and TrackWise is a plus.
Key Skills, Abilities, and Competencies
Must possess effective leadership skills.
Operational knowledge of aseptic technique, clean-in-place (CIP) and steam-in-place (SIP) and general biopharmaceutical production equipment.
Knowledge of cGMP’s and applicable agency regulations (such as the FDA, EMEA) to ensure inspection readiness of department.
Good interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment.
Effective communication skills throughout all levels of the organization.
Proven organizational and time management skills.
Demonstrates appropriate level of adaptability, maintains positive outlook, and demonstrates composure under pressure.
Complexity and Problem Solving
Responsible for technical problem solving, operational improvements, and efficiency improvements.
Provide technical support through interactions with support groups to ensure accurate and well managed transfer of process changes/improvements to floor operations.
Demonstrated application in practical root cause analysis methodologies.
Internal and External Contacts
Advises, consults and collaborates with cross-functional teams including but not limited to: Facilities and Engineering, Manufacturing Sciences and Operations Support, Quality, Validation, PMO Process Development and Health, Safety & Environment.
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Shire is the leading global biotechnology company focused on serving people with rare diseases and other highly specialized conditions. We strive to develop best-in-class products, many of which are available in more than 100 countries, across core therapeutic areas including Hematology, Immunology, Neuroscience, Ophthalmics, Lysosomal Storage Disorders, Gastrointestinal/Internal Medicine/Endocrine and Hereditary Angioedema; and a growing franchise in Oncology.
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