The Framingham Engineering, Projects & Controls organization is responsible for providing Engineering support to organizations on the Framingham campus. This organization is comprised of 3 groups: Engineering, Commissioning and Qualification and Projects and Controls.
The Framingham Engineering, Projects & Controls organization will be supporting the following groups at the Framingham campus:
Framingham Biologics - comprised of commercial Fabrazyme, Thyrogen and Global Cell Banking operations.
Framingham Facilities Operations - responsible for campus wide facilities and utilities operations per established Service Level Agreements; and
Framingham Campus - in the context of programs/projects requiring approval, planning and execution across the Sanofi groups on the Framingham campus.
While each business has its own Engineering support group, the Framingham Engineering, Projects and Controls organization will interact with all of these groups on projects/programs with campus impact. This organization is responsible for providing Engineering support for all cGMP process and utility systems at Framingham Biologics, maintaining these systems in a validated state of control and ensuring uninterrupted business continuity. This organization is also responsible for shared GMP systems on the Framingham campus as defined by Service Level Agreements. The Capital Projects group is responsible for the planning and execution of projects and programs under its scope as determined by budget and other pre-established criteria, ensuring projects/programs are completed to established schedules and budget. The Commissioning and Qualification groups will be responsible for providing C&Q support to systems and projects/programs within the scope of this organization.
The Compliance Specialist uses knowledge of Compliance and GXP to manage investigation and improvement initiatives within Engineering. This position is responsible for performing a variety of tasks under general guidance and in accordance with current GMP’s. Responsibilities include:
Assisting Engineering Manager with:
Practices safe work habits and adheres to Sanofi’s safety procedures and guidelines
Participates in cross functional teams to drive investigation close outs, determine root cause and implement appropriate corrective and preventative actions
Participates on cross functional Continuous Improvement teams with Manufacturing, Validation, Quality, Facilities, Metrology and Maintenance
Coordinates SME assessments for all CCR’s assigned to the Engineering team
Work under general supervision and direction
Works closely with Engineering Manager to oversee and coordinate critical activities
Performs routine documentation assessments to ensure alignment between SOP’s/Standards
Participates in cross functional projects and performs SME assessments for all CCR’s assigned to Engineering
Works with the Scheduling team to report schedule adherence
Effectively demonstrates understanding of GMPs and how it applies to specific responsibilities
Trains new employees in Engineering Lifecycle
Key Responsibilities may differ among employees with same job title and may change over time in accordance with business needs.
Bachelor’s Degree in a scientific field and 4 years of related experience, Associate's Degree and 6 years of related experience or High School Diploma and 8 years of related experience in a Quality and /or other CGMP related field.
Bachelor’s degree in a non-scientific field with 6 years of related experience in a Quality and / or cGMP environment.
Basic to Intermediate computer proficiency, strong verbal, and written communication skills. • Experience with quality systems and cGMP data review.
Knowledge of biologics manufacturing and Engineering.
Special Working Conditions:
Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry or Chemical Engineering
Experience in cGXP manufacturing environment
Experience authoring and reviewing standard operating procedures, on-the-job trainings and other controlled documents
Familiarity with Deviation Management Systems (i.e. Trackwise)
Experience in troubleshooting, investigating and root cause analysis in a GXP environment
Demonstrated skills in the following areas:
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