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Manufacturing Associate I

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JOB TITLE:

Manufacturing Associate I

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JOB LOCATION:

Fremont California / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Shift: 3rd, Sun: 7pm – 7am; Mon - Wed, 9:30pm – 7:30am


Duties
Independently executes all routine unit operations in Purification including change-over procedures, scheduling within the shift team, equipment cleaning and set up. Able to perform in-process testing such as cell counting, spectrophotometry and environmental monitoring. Monitors and controls weights, flows, volumes, temperatures, pressure, and pH. Identify and report any issues related to manufacturing performance, process and safety to the team lead and assist in investigations of deviations in order to facilitate continuous process improvement. Train junior staff on unit operations such as bioreactors, cell separation, chromatography and tangential flow theory as well as CIP/SIP operations. All training will be conducted with an emphasis on safety and completion of operations in a timely manner. Collaborates within team and department in order to follow best practices and meet department goals. Report any issues related to manufacturing performance, process and safety to the manager in order to ensure safety, compliance with regulations and cGMPs and to facilitate continuous process improvement.

Skills
Experience working with established GMP procedures and bulk manufacturing is a plus. Technical knowledge of manufacturing systems, methods and procedures. Understanding of purification/cell culture processes. Possess effective troubleshooting skills with equipment and/or process.

Education
Associates/bachelors degree or biotechnology vocational training preferred.

Preferable 1 or more years of experience in cGMP regulated industry -Ability to concentrate on detail oriented work in a complex technical setup with a Quality and Right the first time mindset. -Strong written and verbal communication skills. -Ability to work with computer-based systems. -Ability to read and understand SOPs and work intructions and document work in a written format applying cGMP standards. -Ability to work as part of a high performing team and collaborate effectively with staff.

Position Details

POSTED:

Jul 24, 2021

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SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S162048617185111415

LOCATION:

California / United States

CITY:

Fremont

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Shift: 3rd, Sun: 7pm – 7am; Mon - Wed, 9:30pm – 7:30am


Duties
Independently executes all routine unit operations in Purification including change-over procedures, scheduling within the shift team, equipment cleaning and set up. Able to perform in-process testing such as cell counting, spectrophotometry and environmental monitoring. Monitors and controls weights, flows, volumes, temperatures, pressure, and pH. Identify and report any issues related to manufacturing performance, process and safety to the team lead and assist in investigations of deviations in order to facilitate continuous process improvement. Train junior staff on unit operations such as bioreactors, cell separation, chromatography and tangential flow theory as well as CIP/SIP operations. All training will be conducted with an emphasis on safety and completion of operations in a timely manner. Collaborates within team and department in order to follow best practices and meet department goals. Report any issues related to manufacturing performance, process and safety to the manager in order to ensure safety, compliance with regulations and cGMPs and to facilitate continuous process improvement.

Skills
Experience working with established GMP procedures and bulk manufacturing is a plus. Technical knowledge of manufacturing systems, methods and procedures. Understanding of purification/cell culture processes. Possess effective troubleshooting skills with equipment and/or process.

Education
Associates/bachelors degree or biotechnology vocational training preferred.

Preferable 1 or more years of experience in cGMP regulated industry -Ability to concentrate on detail oriented work in a complex technical setup with a Quality and Right the first time mindset. -Strong written and verbal communication skills. -Ability to work with computer-based systems. -Ability to read and understand SOPs and work intructions and document work in a written format applying cGMP standards. -Ability to work as part of a high performing team and collaborate effectively with staff.


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