Pfizer Quality Systems Specialist in Andover, Massachusetts
Why Patients Need You
Everything we do, every day, is in line with an unwavering commitment to the quality and the delivery of safe and effective products to patients. Our science and risk-based compliant quality culture is flexible, innovative, and customer oriented. Whether you are involved in development, maintenance, compliance or analysis through research programs, your contribution will directly impact patients.
What You Will Achieve
The Quality Systems Specialist will join the Quality Systems (QS) team to support site change controls associated with validated manufacturing processes and methods to support manufacturing of biotherapeutic drug substance at the Pfizer Global Supply (PGS) site in Andover, MA. This role is responsible for independently managing the interdependencies between the site change control process and regulatory change management system. Also, as a member of Quality Systems, the candidate will be responsible for providing support to maintenance of the site change control program as well as other quality systems to ensure the site quality systems are maintained in a compliant state.
Review and approve site change control records including performing regulatory impact assessments to applicable change records
Manage the interdependencies between site change management process and regulatory change management system by working directly with regulatory department to complete regulatory assessments for site change records, create regulatory change management records, and monitor Board of Health approvals to ensure site change records are current
Provide support to project teams on change control strategy and related compliance issues to ensure compliance with company policies and government regulations
Support front line decision making for site change records and regulatory change management
Author the change control chapter for the US Annual Product Quality Reports for commercial products manufactured at the Andover site
Provide support to the ownership and maintenance of the site change control program
Review and approve investigations, commitments and procedures as they relate to quality systems
Participate in continuous improvement initiatives both at site and network level
Provide support to both internal and external site inspections
Provide customer support to change control end users
Partner with other Pfizer sites to determine interdependencies as they regard to change control
Bachelor's Degree in science discipline or other relevant field with 4+ years of relevant experience in a regulated GMP environment OR MS in science discipline or other relevant field with 2+ years of experience in a regulated GMP environment
Proficient QA/QS compliance as it relates to biopharmaceutical manufacturing
Knowledge of GMP regulations/guidances (21 CFR Parts 11, 210 &211; EC Annex 15; ICH 7) as they pertain to the pharmaceutical/biopharmaceutical industry
A team player with excellent interpersonal, organizational, and communications skills (verbal and written)
Must be able to handle a diverse and dynamic workload
Must be self-motivated, engaged and able to perform moderately complex tasks independently
Requires no supervision for routine assignments and recognizes when management involvement is necessary
Strong problem-solving skills
A broad understanding of Biopharmaceutical Sciences processes and Quality Systems
Knowledge of DMAIC process, lean principles and quality risk management
Knowledge of regulatory change management including common board of health reportability requirements
Knowledge of validation lifecycle and how it correlates to change control
Experience with TrackWise, Documentum systems
This position will spend significant time in an office type setting as well as attending cross functional meetings.
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
Typically, a standard Monday through Friday work schedule, primarily work from home during current pandemic with potential to transition to office setting, little to no travel required
Additional Job Details:
Last Date to Apply for Job: 23 JUNE 2021
Eligible for Relocation Assistance: NO
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