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Calibration Supervisor WD 210699

Are you looking for an operations leadership role that enhances your technical expertise in a state-of-the-art manufacturing environment? If so, this Calibration Supervisor role could be an exciting opportunity to explore.
As a Calibration Supervisor, you will supervise Facility Calibration and Measures (C&M) operations for cGxP manufacturing facility to include:
·      Management of the site calibration schedule
·      Supervise calibrations and measurements operations for cGMP manufacturing facility, manage calibration SOPs.
·      Process vendor calibration related documents, vendor calibration deviation investigations.
·      Maintains and performs corrective, preventative maintenance calibrations on GMP & non-GMP equipment
·      Supports other departments to troubleshoot, test, repair and optimize instruments, equipment and control systems.
·      Work across boundaries and engage others positively and constructively.
·      Proficiency in technical writing, CAPA management and deviation management. 
·      Support overall site calibration processes to include resource leveling, conflict resolution, scheduling and proactive planning.
·      Able to follow all maintenance safety practices including Lock Out/Tag Out procedures and Risk Analysis prior to starting the maintenance tasks and adhere to GSK safety programs.
·      Conduct Departmental L-1 Safety and L-1 Quality Audits
·      Conducting instrument out of tolerance investigations
·      Oversight and administration of calibration related training
·      Implementation of process improvement initiatives within a defined area.
·      Complete required documentation to certify the verification and calibration per cGMP (current good manufacturing practices) requirements. 
· Perform data entry into calibration SAP database
This role will provide YOU the opportunity to lead key activities to progress YOUR career. These responsibilities include some of the following:
Environment Health & Safety
·        Responsible for the application of GSK safety and environmental guidelines in facilities and calibration groups. 
·        Promotes a safety culture, perform work in a manner that ensures the safety of co-workers, equipment and self.
Quality & Compliance: 
·        Ensures all activities are executed following quality and regulatory standards.
·        Promotes quality mindset and quality excellence approach to all activities.
·        Complies with LSOP and departmental documentation requirements. 
·        Attends all mandatory training and ensure training compliance of calibration staff.
·        Adhere to all GSK Quality Management System (QMS) policies and procedures as applicable for functional area.     
Continuous Improvement
·        Drive continuous improvement and operational excellence through the application of LEAN and Six Sigma methodologies
Accountability: 
·        Ability to manage multiple projects and tasks in order to achieve deliverables and adhere to timelines and budgets. 
·        Ensures efficient coordination of projects and tasks as assigned by management. 
·        Proactively keep management informed of progress and activities.
·        Actively promote change, demonstrating the ability to maintain high personal performance levels as the organization evolves. 

Why you?

Basic Qualifications:
We are looking for professionals with these required skills to achieve our goals:
·        Bachelor's Degree; Preferably in Science, Engineering, or Mathematics.
·        Extensive experience working in a cGMP Pharmaceutical environment and extensive operations, facilities maintenance or calibration experience (7+ years)
·        Experience managing Automation technicians, Calibration Technicians and Automation Engineers

Preferred Qualifications:
If you have the following characteristics, it would be a plus:
·        Supervisory experience with direct reports (7+ years) preferred
·        Prior experience as a technical authority / subject matter expert on usage decisions, design reviews, risk assessment, component level impact assessments required.
·        Regulatory audit experience (FDA/EMA site inspections), with demonstrated active participation in the inspection process as a respondent to operations/maintenance/calibration inquiries required.
·        Pharmaceutical / medical device facility experience required
·        Able to work in a dynamic, cross functional calibration team supporting other functions which may include Engineering, Validation, Manufacturing, Facilities, Quality and consultants. 
·        Able to work independently under little to no supervision in a team environment. 
·        Advanced computer skills utilizing MS Office suite applications and Building Management Systems.
·        Advanced written and verbal communication skills. 
·        Proven project management, industry process knowledge, skills management, communication, time management and troubleshooting skills.
·        Requires independent decision making and prior experience working with SAP calibration software.
·  Adept at working both as an individual and in varying groups in a dynamic, multi-tasking environment