Manager, Night Shift Cell Therapy Quality Control (R1557694-en-us)
At Bristol Myers Squibb, we are inspired by a single vision – transforming patients’ lives through science. In oncology, hematology, immunology and cardiovascular disease – and one of the most diverse and promising pipelines in the industry – each of our passionate colleagues contribute to innovations that drive meaningful change. We bring a human touch to every treatment we pioneer. Join us and make a difference.
Bristol Myers Squibb is seeking a Manager, Night Shift Cell Therapy Quality Control for our Devens, MA. This role will manage the operations of the QC Sample Management shift, responsible for the management of QC samples and materials in support of the QC laboratories.
- This role works from 6PM to 6AM following a 12-hour rotating shift (36/48 hours over a 2-week period) which includes working every other weekend, holidays falling on scheduled workdays.
- Shift differential pay- 20% added to base salary
Provide supervision of QC Sample Management shift and oversee the daily Sample Management activities related to in-process, final release and stability testing of cell therapy drug product.
Develop and manage a daily work plan for QC associates. Report out quality and operational metrics.
Responsible for management of QC samples and materials including chain of custody, label, receipt, storage, transfer, and disposal according to GMP requirements and approved procedures. Facilitate cold chain transfers of samples, as required.
Hire, mentor and develop the team members to support the business operations and employee career development.
Oversee the training of the team members.
Review and approve procedures for Sample Management activities.
Collaborate with other departments to identify and implement process improvements.
Own and evaluate relevant change controls, investigations, deviations, CAPAs.
Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in life science or a combination of education and experience
4-6+ years of relevant work experience, preferable in a regulated environment.
2+ years of management and people leader experience.
The incumbent will be working around biohazardous materials.
The incumbent may be exposed to fluctuating and/or extreme temperatures on occasion.
Experience with cold chain sample storage and transfer in a GMP regulated environment.
Familiar with Excel, Visio, Power Point, and other software systems.
Experience with laboratory LIMS and ERP systems (e.g., SAP), nice to have.
Ability to work in a highly regulated environment and follow regulatory requirements and GMPs.
Ability to mentor associates, manage multiple assignment while meeting timelines in a GMP environment.
Advanced ability to work in a collaborative team environment and train others.
Advanced ability to work independently in a high-paced team environment, meet deadlines, and prioritize work from multiple projects.
If you want to challenge yourself, accelerate your career, and give new hope to patients, there’s no better place than here with our Cell Therapy team. Full of incredible and dedicated team members, those working on CAR-T.
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