Pfizer QO Specialist in United States
Provide real time batch record spot reviews
Independently provide real time quality impact assessments and decisions on Drug Product issues as needed:
Ability to handle complex and detailed situations
Accurately assess consequences of decisions
Immediately escalate issues with potential market or stability impact
Accurately communicate Supply/Operational needs/perspectives as well as QO perspectives.
Propose and implement improvements in the Deviation and/or Floor Support operations
Work with Operations to correct and reduce errors through effective communication and continuous improvement initiatives
Independently assess a wide range of Change Control activities (Protocol development, SOP and MBR changes) to determine potential Quality and Operational GMP impacts
Effectively communicate complex technical issues to all levels of Management (including outside of Quality)
SME support during Regulatory/Customer audits including contributions to strategies to successfully respond to auditor concerns
Participate in Green/Black belt projects, RFT% Improvement projects, CAPA Effectiveness, etc... as appropriate
Actively demonstrate Pfizer leader behaviors.
Education: BS in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Engineering or other science related discipline
Experience: Minimum 3 years pharmaceutical experience.
Experience writing and managing deviations.
- Experience writing and managing deviations.
Office position with significant time in the production environment.
Independently, with minimal guidance, consistently produces quality work. Must be able to work in a team environment within own team and interdepartmental teams. Must work under short timelines while maintaining quality work. Must have effective written and oral communication skills.
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
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Last Date to Apply for Job: June 28, 2018
Eligible for Relocation Package
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