Sanofi Group Stability Specialist Principal in Northborough, Massachusetts
Executes stability program to support product expiration dating, storage and handling, shipping and patient use in compliance with industry practices and regulatory requirements. Also participates in Product Quality Review process.
Oversee monitoring of stability storage conditions, stability samples and status of laboratory test results ensuring stability programs’ progress according to the established protocols.
Develop stability study protocols and establish strategies for stability studies of new products.
Submit stability samples to analytical laboratories when required.
Escalate unusual observations, deviations or any incidence of non-compliance with established protocols or procedures.
Participate directly with external departments (e.g. Science, Manufacturing and Quality Control) to address problems identified during stability studies.
Perform and review analysis of stability data and author stability technical reports.
Interpret complex, explicit documentation for new and current compliance procedures.
Compare regulatory agency enforcement action/trends to our current procedures and stability programs and identify potential problem areas.
Execute strategies and procedures on new assignments.
Lead, develop and train less experienced employees.
Represent the department on project teams; ensure the department is included in decision-making and resolution of critical issues.
Participate in CTD section development for new and supplemental applications, as well as responses to regulatory agencies, as needed.
Bachelor or Master degree in a scientific discipline
Minimum of 6 years (Bachelor) or 4 years (Master) experience in the pharmaceutical/ biotechnology industry
Demonstrated knowledge of cGXP regulations and guidance
Ability to work independently
Strong technical writing skills
Quality Control and/or stability experience
Experience with statistical software packages and linear regression analysis
As a healthcare company and a vaccine manufacturer, Sanofi has an important responsibility to protect individual and public health. All US based roles require individuals to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as part of your job responsibilities.
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