Pfizer Manager of Bioprocess Informatics in Andover, Massachusetts
The Manager of Bioprocess Informatics in Andover Site Technical Services (STS) oversees the site informatics function which focuses on data science that support the manufacture of biotherapeutics and vaccine manufacturing. This bioprocess informatics function oversees data availability, organization, visualization, and modeling of data sources pertinent to biologics production, testing, and product quality to support technical troubleshooting, investigation, validation, process improvement, knowledge management, process monitoring, and product lifecycle management. The informatics function also includes the administration and maintenance of site informatics systems.
Manage team of informatics scientists, engineers, and technicians responsible for designing, configuring, and maintaining informatics systems integral to process informatics solutions intended to sustain and improve biologics drug substance production through system informatics
Create and maintain informatics programs and systems meeting or exceeding contemporary board of health expectations while conforming to applicable industry and Pfizer standards.
Establish and maintain site informatics infrastructure/systems necessary to support process lifecycle planning, process/method monitoring and improvement, process validation, process robustness, and continued process verification, investigations, knowledge management, manufacturing intelligence, inspections, regulatory submissions, and other board of heath queries
Develop and execute site informatics strategy and implementation plan in collaboration with site/network stakeholders including Pfizer Digital
Develop and maintain business processes for the design, introduction, and configuration of informatics systems to support and complement technology transfer, new product introduction, and product launch at the Andover site
Site owner and head administrator of key informatics systems including laboratory information management system (LIMS) and process analytics/manufacturing informatics management systems
Actively engage in talent planning and colleague development for STS and the incumbent's organization
BS in Science or Engineering is required
BS and 10+ years of industry experience in pharmaceutical/biopharmaceutical, process/manufacturing informatics, or manufacturing intelligence is requiredOR MS and 7 years of industry experience in pharmaceutical/biopharmaceutical, process/manufacturing informatics, or manufacturing intelligence is requiredOR Phd and 4 years of industry experience in pharmaceutical/biopharmaceutical, process/manufacturing informatics, or manufacturing intelligence is required
Demonstrated leadership ability/skills are required
Broad knowledge or experience in biologics drug substance R&D, testing, or manufacturing
Broad knowledge or experience in biologics product lifecycle management and global regulatory requirements
Knowledge and experience in statistics or applied statistics in industry settings
Technical knowledge in LIMS, process analytics, and manufacturing information management systems, process robustness, and continued process verification
Demonstrated ability to lead or build teams for complex technical projects involving risk management
Demonstrated leadership in a matrix organization
Ability to perform mathematical calculations, scientific computation, complex data analysis, verbal communication, written communication
Candidate demonstrates a breadth of diverse leadership experiences and capabilities including: the ability to influence and collaborate with peers, develop and coach others, oversee and guide the work of other colleagues to achieve meaningful outcomes and create business impact.
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
- Occasional travel to Andover, MA or other sites as needed.
Last date to apply: 5/18/21
Eligible for Relocation Package
Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus
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