Manufacturing Supervisor/Manager - Cell Manufacturing

South San Francisco, CA 94080

Posted: 03/25/2019 Employment Type: Direct Hire Industry: Clinical & Scientific Job Number: 15377

Manufacturing Supervisor/Manager - Cell Manufacturing 

South San Francisco, CA
 
We are currently recruiting for Manufacturing Supervisor/Manager, reporting to the Head of Manufacturing. This position will be based in South San Francisco.

 

Responsibilities:
  • Leadership for a team of employees within a manufacturing unit
  • 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 and safety guidelines.
  • Ensuring that safety and compliance with cGMPs are always maintained.
  • High level of understanding and experience with closed and sterile operations, operating with Biosafety level 2 or greater production materials, controlled operations, and compliance.
  • Ensures the efficiency of material, processing requirements, equipment function and personnel performance for day to day operations.
  • As a leader of a shift, provides tactical and supervisory leadership so that mission, vision and department objectives are met.
  • Issue deviations and change requests and work with depart manager and/or QA professional to evaluate CAPA, assist with closure and implement 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 Core quality commitments (logbook and BR review, maintain training compliance, assist with revision of procedures and batch records)
  • Ensure staffing levels are maintained to meet production needs.
  • Ensure staff stays compliance with job skills and training.
  • Assess and manage performance of direct reports, team and self-Individual goal setting and performance reviews
  • Oversee floor staff and process operations, identify and coordinate repairs, identify and assist with deviations, review batch records, author change requests for improvements.

 

Minimal Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’ s degree in Life Sciences, Engineering, Applied Physics, etc., or acceptable equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • 3-6 years of directly related industry experience, including at least 2+ years with proven leadership role
  • Experience with cGMP' s in a manufacturing facility
  • Ability to independently manage work, actions and expectations is essential Strong organizational, collaborating and communication skills

 

 
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