Sanofi Group Senior Manufacturing Technician in Framingham, Massachusetts
POSITION OVERVIEW / DEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:
As part of the Sanofi Genomic Medicine Unit organization in Framingham, the Cell Therapy Manufacturing Suite (CTMS) is responsible to support manufacturing of cutting-edge biologic drug substance material to support clinical candidate programs. The CTMS group operates in clean-room production suites under cGMP conditions to produce cell therapy products suitable for use in First in Human stage clinical trials. CTMS also interacts closely with the Quality Assurance (QA), Bioprocess Engineering, Validation, and other groups to ensure cGMPs and manufacturing schedules are maintained.
Operations’ main functions are the execution of manufacturing campaigns, leading deviation investigations and managing CAPA implementation, partnering with direct manufacturing staff for enhancing and improving the manufacturing instruction set, overseeing and supporting manufacturing’s training program, and identifying and managing continuous improvement initiatives
This role is to support clinical manufacturing, as a cell therapy manufacturing specialist in Framingham, MA. This role will require some weekend and or late shift work (schedule-dependent).
Practices safe work habits and adheres to Sanofi’s safety procedures and guidelines.
Participates in On-the floor participation of upstream and/or downstream activities for executing manufacturing campaigns in a multi-product GMP facility Follows standard operating procedures and/or batch documents to execute activities.
Assists with adapting new and existing equipment to new processes developed for each drug candidate
Participates on cross functional teams and drives investigation close outs, determines root-cause and implements appropriate Corrective and Preventative Action.
Utilizes manufacturing process knowledge and investigation skill sets to identify and resolve manufacturing issues, improve process operations and affect positive change.
Assists with document revisions and/or document management including batch production records, and manufacturing procedures.
Authors or revises standard operating procedures to improve compliance and efficiencies.
Assists manufacturing managers and supervisors to develop and maintain training materials on process operations, theory, and compliance.
Performs training with staff on the floor, as needed.
Participates on cross-functional continuous improvement teams with Engineering, Validation, Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Facilities, Metrology, and Manufacturing Technical Services.
Works under general supervision and direction.
Participates in determining objectives of assignment.
Performs work that may require independent decision making and the exercise of independent Judgement and discretion.
High school diploma/GED or Biotech Certification with 0-2 years of experience in cGXP manufacturing environment, or Bachelor’s Degree.
Knowledge of Cell Therapy manufacturing.
Understanding of GXP and how it applies to specific responsibilities.
Excellent written and oral English language skills.
Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, or Chemical Engineering.
Good oral and written communication skills.
Good at problem solving.
SPECIAL WORKING CONDITIONS:
Ability to gown and gain entry to manufacturing areas.
Ability to lift 30 lbs.
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