Technical Specialist, Clinical Manufacturing
Why Patients Need You
Our breakthroughs would not make it to the hands of patients without our pharmaceutical manufacturing team. We rely on a team of dedicated and agile members, who understand the importance and impact of their role in Pfizer’s mission. Patients need colleagues like you who take pride in their work and always look to improve outcomes. You will help to ensure that patients and physicians have the medicines they need, when they need them.
What You Will Achieve
You will be part of a team of efficient and dynamic technicians assigned to manufacture pharmaceuticals within a state-of-the-art facility. You will be responsible for operating equipment, completion of support tasks and at times the oversight of assigned activities, in order to obtain the production plan of record. You will assist in process support and continuous improvement activities. You will be proactive in taking up trainings, documentation and technical completion of work as required in a regulated cGMP environment
As part of the Technical Operations team, your prior work experience and ability to apply your breadth of knowledge will help you adapt the standard methods and procedures. You will help us identify required delivery and process improvements that drive increased efficiency, throughput and quality. You will arrive at decisions on which methods and procedures are the best fit for different work situations.
It is your hard work and focus that will make Pfizer ready to achieve new milestones and help patients across the globe.
How You Will Achieve It
Manage own time, professional development, and be accountable for own results.
Prioritize own workflow and may assist in prioritizing the workflow of less-experienced colleagues.
Ensure quality standards and best practices are followed throughout the manufacturing process.
Maintain proper documentation, such as training records, batch records, check sheets, logs books.
Operate, service, make adjustments, clean and sterilize one or more of a variety of production related equipment in compliance with equipment, product and process cGMP's and safety/security regulations.
Assure that equipment is operating properly, reports and/or corrects malfunctions and may assist others in complex set up/repair operations.
Complete work instructions and maintains clean room environment to comply with regulatory requirements.
Provide support during audits and with audit observation closure.
Employ Automated systems, enterprise systems, and available technology to execute work.
Maintain cross-functional communication with technology transfer teams, lab scientists, supply chain, quality and engineering as necessary.
High School Diploma or GED with 4+ years’ experience
Experience in a pharmaceutical or other cGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practices) environment
Effective verbal and written communication skills
Basic mechanical knowledge and experience with use of hand tools
Ability to effectively gown into and operate in a clean room environment for extended periods of time.
Gowning may include full coveralls, face mask, head cover, boots and gloves.
Ability to lift up to 25 lbs.
Ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time.
Ability to operate forklift or Master Mover for heavy loads.
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
This is a second shift position from 2PM - 10:30PM.
Required off shift hours and weekend work is occasional.
Other Job Details
Work Assignment: On-Premise, On-Premise colleagues work in a Pfizer site because it’s needed to get their job done. They may have flexibility to work remotely from time to time, but they are primarily on-site.
Last Day to Apply: October 9th, 2023
Relocation assistance may be available based on business needs and/or eligibility.
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