Pfizer Technical Associate, Inventory Management 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 Technical Associate, Inventory Management position is responsible for supporting activities within the Andover Clinical Manufacturing Facility's (ACMF) Warehouse and Inventory Storage locations. This includes materials receipt, movement, transactions and outbound shipments. This role will also interact with ACMF Operations and Quality Assurance to ensure GMP campaign success and compliance within the Inventory Management space.
How You Will Achieve It
Complete GMP/quality inspections on incoming materials, to include but not limited to Raw Materials, Processing Aides / Consumables, Drug Substance, and Hazardous Materials.
Receive, sample, dispense, ship, manage and maintain all material types to support development, clinical, and commercial activities.
Strict adherence to quality, GMP, safety and environmental standards is required.
Performing electronic and physical inventory transactions for all materials (i.e. picking, stock checks, consumption, discarding)
Perform GMP warehouse infrastructure duties to include; warehouse management, cycle counts, stock rotation, transferring, picking/replenishment, cleaning, destruction/waste management, segregation of materials, etc.
Subdividing, Dispensing and sampling of material types, to include hazardous materials.
Follow and understand applicable SOPs/procedures in relation to activities being complete.
Participating on teams as required (i.e. safety team, process improvement teams, procedure teams, project teams).
Identify, implement and support continuous improvement initiatives throughout IM.
HS diploma, Associates Degree with minimum 0-3 years of experience in a biotechnology manufacturing or laboratory environment.
Electronic Skills: Experience with computers to include: databases, email, software, navigation of shared drives, search engines, word processing, spreadsheets
Must have a valid driver's license
Bachelor's Degree in relevant field (Life Sciences, Engineering or Business preferred) with 0-2 years' experience.
Experience working within the Pharma Industry and/or GMP materials management preferred
Experience with GMP Enterprise Systems preferred: Microsoft Dynamics, SAP, LIMS, Document Management Systems, Axis360
Advanced electronic and computer skills including: Excel, Word, Microsoft Dynamics, Visio, SharePoint
Experience with powered pallet movers and powered industrial vehicles, i.e. fork lifts, swing lifts, platform lifts, etc.
Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
Ability to complete repetitive physical activity
Ability to work with and around power industrial vehicles
Ability to physically move materials (i.e. drums, boxes, crates, modules)
Must be able to stand for long periods of time
Must be able to reach above shoulder level, bend/stoop, push/pull, and handle/grip frequently
Must be able to gown up as required, to include specific PPE (i.e. respirators, full gear, safety glasses, plant uniform, etc.)
Must be able to work outside of normal scheduled business hours as necessary including opportunities of overtime
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
Position will require 40 hours per week
Must be available to work during business hours of 7:00 am -4:30 pm (estimated)
Overtime is based on business needs
Hours may vary dependent on business needs
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