Pfizer Bioprocess Technician III in Sanford, North Carolina
Candidate will be on a team of technicians, assigned to manufacture biopharmaceuticals within a state of the art facility. The candidate will be responsible for operating equipment, completion of support tasks and at times the oversight of assigned activities, in order to obtain the production plan of record. Manufacturing functional areas include: solution preparation, and upstream processing.
Candidate will be accountable for the required training, documentation and technical completion of work as required in a regulated cGMP environment.
Following SOP's, procedures and utilize automation (Delta V) in order to operate equipment and complete assigned tasks in a cGMP environment.
The position will be responsible for the operation and troubleshooting of biopharmaceutical equipments (Pumps, Media tanks, Bioreactors , ViCell, BSCs, Incubators, etc.) in some of the following departments: solution preparation, Upstream processing, downstream processing and Drug Product filling.
The position will be responsible for general housekeeping, stocking and cleanliness of the cGMP facility.
Participate in continuous improvement initiatives when opportunity arises.
Report to management any potential or actual deviations from regulatory requirements.
High school diploma required with at least 2 years of work experience in a GMP environment.
Associate's degree in Math Biology or Science with 0 years of experience.
Experience working in a GMP environment
Physical / Mental Requirements
Moderate repetitive standing, sitting, bending, ladder climbing, pushing and lifting (up to 40lbs) required on a daily basis.
Ability to perform mathematical calculations, follow procedure, complete proper documentation, and learn new processes.
Non-Standard work schedule, travel or environment requirements
- Ability to work 12 hour rotating shifts (monthly rotations) with overtime.
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Last day to apply: 10/28/2021
Employee Referral Bonus eligible
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