Manager, Quality Warehouse Incoming Material
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Bristol Myers Squibb is looking for a Manager to join our Incoming and Field Quality team in Devens, MA! If you have experience in quality management of suppliers or disposition of raw materials - this is your opportunity! As a Manager for Incoming and Field Quality, you will be responsible for the Quality oversight the incoming material disposition program and provide Quality floor support for the warehouse and cryogenics facilities.
Work schedule is primarily first-shift on-site Monday through Friday. This position supports a 24/7 manufacturing facility therefore candidates may need to work a flexible schedule to support business operations.Major Responsibilities and Duties:
Executes quality oversight of the incoming material process which ensures complaint receipt, inspection and release of materials used in GMP manufacturing operations.
Manage the disposition schedule of incoming materials through effective staffing and prioritization.
Oversee QA floor support of warehouse and cryogenics functional areas on a day-to-day basis, including walkthroughs and inspection readiness activities.
Provide guidance/support for discrepancy reporting, investigations, corrections, and actions for quality events associated with warehouse and cryogenics functional areas.
Reviews and approves no impact quality events / investigations.
Provides quality review for area documents in warehouse and cryogenics including procedures, batch records, specifications, work instructions, forms, and logbooks.
Supports risk management activities including planning, design and assessments associated with GMP suppliers and materials.
Represent quality team on cross-function meetings and improvement initiates.
Provides training on Quality owned procedures. May also provide guidance to less experienced staff.
Knowledge of science generally attained through studies resulting in a B.S., in science, engineering, biochemistry, or related discipline, or combination of education, experience and training.
A minimum 4 years of directly relevant experience in a regulated environment with 2 years focused on product quality is required.
Experience in quality management of suppliers that provide raw materials, consumables and services used in biotech bulk and finished product manufacturing is highly desirable.
Knowledge of US and EU cGMP regulations and guidance.
Working knowledge of electronic QMSs including any of the following: SAP, LIMS, TrackWise, Veeva/Infinity, SmartLAB, Syncade.
Work experience where attention to detail and personal accountability were critical to success.
Experience working in a team-based environment with a diverse group of people.
Excellent writing and oral communication skills are required.
Able to make sound decisions by exercising judgment within generally defined practices and policies and applies appropriate notification to management.
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Physical presence at the BMS worksite or physical presence in the field is an essential job function of this role which the Company deems critical to collaboration, innovation, productivity, employee well-being and engagement, and enhances the Company culture.
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