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Mgr, PCT Team Leader Biologic Operations|
This position is a shop floor team leader.
The scope of the position includes a number of direct reports (12-15) of several different job titles, with responsibilities for day shift operation of the Biologic Operations for non-vaccine or business as usual (BAU) products; ATGAM and Coral Snake Antivenin (CSAV). Key accountabilities include day to day management of the shop floor schedule, ensuring all processes are completed in a manner meeting safety and quality requirements, and supporting/driving process improvement initiatives.
The Mgr, PCT Team Leader Biologic Operations position is responsible for leadership and production of the non-vaccine Biologic Operations for ATGAM and CSAV drug substance products.
Responsible for effective leadership of work team which includes: managing the daily operation ensuring that applicable safety guidelines and policies are followed; observing that cGMP's are followed, production SOP's are upheld, and production schedules are met. The team leader will work with the team to define metrics and strategy to achieve results. Responsible for assisting in the implementation of lean management principles on the shop floor.
The team leader will act as coach and mentor to transform team into a cohesive, harmonized team. Responsible for counseling colleagues to assure proper development for their success, supporting all colleagues to enable them to reach their full potential, and to provide corrective action when necessary. Team Leader is also responsible to ensure timely performance feedback and appraisals for all team members.
The team leader, in partnership with the Offshift Team Leader, shares the responsibility to deliver results from a work team that spans three shifts. The position will be based on first shift, although some responsibilities may require time to be spent with the other shifts, and with supervisors and Production Leads on the other shifts or other departments, to successfully carry out the job requirements.
Successful candidate must demonstrate personal leadership initiative, judgment and accountability in day-to-day work activities in addition to strong planning/organizational skills. Must possess strong communication skills and demonstrate integrity and cooperation in working with diverse colleagues/groups. Strong technical skills desired.
The successful candidate will have a minimum of 8 years of related experience and a BS/MS degree in an Engineering or Science discipline.
A strong personal motivation and aptitude for coaching, leading and managing individuals and teams. An aptitude for understanding process technology and equipment, proven leadership ability, decision making ability, and excellent oral and written communication skills are essential. Demonstrated ability to interact effectively with all levels of the organization. Candidate must possess flexibility to respond to constantly changing conditions and priorities.
Job will include standing, walking, and sitting. Occasional lifting may be required. Job will also entail occasional weekend, off-hours and holiday coverage. Colleague will occasionally be in close proximity of blood and other biologic raw materials associated with the manufacturing process of ATGAM and CSAV.
Relocation support available
**OTHER JOB DETAILS**
+ Last Date to Apply for Job: **June 20, 2022**
+ Eligible for Relocation Package
+ Eligible For Employee Referral Bonus Award
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