Come join a company that tackles fascinating problems and find solutions to complex challenges. With deep expertise in influenza science, our team works on cutting-edge research, pioneering technologies to optimise the manufacturing process and improve the effectiveness of influenza vaccines. We operate as one integrated global organisation, drawing together expert staff from different countries to collaborate. Together, we are working on the front line to protect communities from seasonal influenza and global pandemic threats. When you join Seqirus, you join a team dedicated to making a difference in people's lives. It's a feeling of possibility, creativity, and purpose that inspires us every day.
Working under the team leader the Process Coordinator (PC) is responsible to lead a shift team for Aseptic Filling operations to achieve the production schedules.
Responsible for adherence to standards across all activities including reporting and resolution of issues the PC will ensure cGMP and HSE standards are always met.
By supporting site wide management activities, projects and improvements they will be expected to operate in or support alternative production areas of Liverpool Site Manufacturing when required.
Under general supervision, controls production activities, material flow and inventory to achieve cost and quality targets and production schedules of assigned production line(s); ensures compliance of standards.
Develops and implements manufacturing schedules and procedures, allocates labor and capital resources to maximize productivity.
Analyzes production specifications and line performance data and performs calculation to determine manufacturing processes, tools and manpower requirements.
Plans and manages production line downtimes to minimize disruptions to manufacturing schedules.
Leads investigations in HSE and Quality. Supports investigations in adjacent areas as required.
Develops and maintains training plans and agility matrices to support cross functional working.
Recommends measures to improve production methods, equipment performance and quality of work.
Formulates and recommends manufacturing policies, procedures and programs.
Leads & champions changes, innovations and improvements in and outside of I&P.
Runs and supports cross functional meeting processes as required.
Ensures budgets, schedules and performance requirements are met as required.
Manages KPI data management and reporting as required.
Deputies for Team Leader as required at accountability boards, monthly meetings.
Bachelor degree, or equivalent vocational or technical education in related field
3-5 years' manufacturing experience in aseptic / sterile filling processes
1 years’ experience of managing a team in a pharmaceutical, biotechnology, biological or highly regulated industry
Experience of the use and application of lean continuous improvement tools and techniques with the ability to lead improvement activities