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Downstream Supervisor, Swing Shift

Precision Life Sciences Cambridge, MA

  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

The Manufacturing Supervisor is responsible for the floor tactical oversight activities integral to the production of therapeutic proteins (API) under cGMP conditions. Manufacturing supervisors assure that high-quality, safe, and effective products are produced to meet or exceed customer expectations, with compliance to internal and external requirements and applicable standards and in an environment that fosters a culture of safety, efficiency, continuous improvement, and career development.

Key responsibilities:

  • Demonstrate expertise and breadth of knowledge on process flow and in executing process recipes across a variety of production activities based on education, training, and hands-on production experience.
  • Accountable for efficient and effective daily scheduling and assignment of appropriate resources to meet processing and product release schedules
  • Assure daily end of shift review of completed batch records and logbooks
  • Assure timely entry, investigation, and review of quality documents (i.e. deviations, change controls, investigations)
  • Complete daily inventory and labor transactions.
  • Train, coach and manage production team members to ensuring adherence to cGMPs, written procedures (SOPs), housekeeping, 6S, use of electronic document and inventory systems (DMS/SAP), monitoring equipment and processes, product sampling, and equipment sanitization tasks.
  • Owns team and personal performance review, training, and career development.

Key requirements:

  • Intermediate/Advanced years' experience in manufacturing of biotechnology products; (7+ Years' experience without AS/BS); GMP setting preferred, previous supervisory experience preferred.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills are required.
  • Demonstrated experience and capability for shift management in a GMP manufacturing environment.
  • Experience in implementation and managing sustainability of 6S and Lean manufacturing programs. Lean Six Sigma Green Belt preferred.
  • Unicorn, Akta Ready/XL, column operations, ultrafiltration, buffer preparation experience preferred
  • Demonstrated capabilities in Shop floor scheduling and bottleneck resource management.\
  • QMS software experience (Trackwise, Documentum, etc) desired.
  • Experience using an ERP system, handheld scanners to perform inventory adjustments

Precision Life Sciences


Cambridge, MA



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