Pfizer System Engineer, Medical Plastics in Lake Forest H3, Illinois
Hospira, a Pfizer company, is the global leader of injectable drugs and infusion technologies, committed to putting patients first by improving access and care worldwide.
Differentiated Drug Delivery (DDD) is a drug device combination design and development organization focused on improving patients' lives through customer-focused innovation and broad-based access to quality medicines and products. Supporting the Pfizer Essential Health business unit (formerly Pfizer's Global Established Pharmaceutical (GEP) organization) specifically sterile injectables product, the Systems Engineering function has the primary responsibility for developing Design History File (DHF) documentation for ensuring compliance to CFR 820.30 Design Controls and risk management per ISO 14971 for the device constituent and drug-device interfaces of combination products. The Systems Engineering team owns deliverables that document safety and efficacy for new product submissions and also provide for post-market risk assessment and change control. The Systems Engineering function has primary responsibility for developing Design History File (DHF) documentation for ensuring compliance to CFR 820.30 Design Controls and risk management per ISO 14971 for the device constituent and drug-device interfaces of combination products. The Systems Engineering team owns deliverables that document safety and efficacy for new product submissions and also post-market maintenance activities such as risk assessment, change management, and technical support for regulatory inquiries.
This position is responsible for end-to-end product life cycle management including creating and maintaining product requirements and risk files, establishing and publishing traceability, and providing for on-market support and maintenance for newly launched products. In compliance with CFR 820 and corporate procedures, this position will be responsible for documentation generated in support of product development and submissions.
Determines the DHF Structure and Owns the Requirements and Risk Management File. Primary responsibility for DHF content generation in support of regulatory submissions with compliance to governing procedures and CFR 820.30. Partner with other functions in the organization to ensure stakeholders' requirements are addressed and met as appropriate; to provide consistent direction to cross functional teams and to instill a spirit of collaboration throughout the organization.
Integrates multiple approaches to solve problems or optimize solutions in cross functional manufacturing processes or product designs. Creates/modifies subsystems' designs. Integrates subsystems and components in total systems designs; develops specifications from customer requirements.
BS and 3 yrs exp., or MS and 1 yr exp. Engineering discipline or equivalent experience. Biomedical, Materials, Mechanical, Industrial Engineering degree preferred
Preferred: Systems Engineering experience and working knowledge of medical plastics. Experience with DOORS requirements management software.
Required: Understanding of FDA and EU regulations. Working knowledge of CFR 820.30
Design Controls and ISO 14971.
Employee Referral Bonus eligible
Hospira Grade 14
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