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Purification Manufacturing Supervisor - Microbial works collaboratively in executing purification bioprocess operations which includes column packing, chromatography TFF, Filling and CIP/SIP operations (cleaning, assembly, sterilization, disassembly, operation of primary process equipment). The ideal candidate possesses strong computer and multi-tasking skills, strong verbal and written communication skills, and experience working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment with limited supervision.



  • Ensure staff compliance with all company / regulatory quality systems, safety procedures, and SOPs
  • Review and ensure errors during manufacturing operations are corrected
  • Provide leadership by establishing priorities, clear expectations, and demonstrating high standards of work practices
  • Train, coach and mentor manufacturing technicians / associates on manufacturing functions.
  • Complete required documentation including but not limited to deviation reports, change control, product change over and maintenance task
  • Review/approval executed manufacturing MBRs.
  • Responsible for daily organization of work flow and delegating responsibilities for shift operations as needed
  • Perform and monitor staff during unit operations as described in standard operating procedures and batch records
  • Develop staff (i.e. goal setting, assignment of development activities, performance reviews, etc.)
  • Promote a safe work environment.
  • Unit operations described in standard operating procedures and batch records (50%-100% of effort)
  • Perform manufacturing operations, column packing, chromatography, solution preparation, tangential flow filtration and filling.
  • Recommend and execute projects and changes to bioprocess operations to reduce risk and increase efficiency
  • Complete required processing documentation including deviation reports, change control, product changeover, etc.
  • Identify, create and revise GMP documentation as required including MBRs
  • Review GMP documentation and participates in training and development opportunities to gain understanding of compliance requirements and departmental policies.
  • Participate in validation activities including IQ/OQ/PQ and process validation
  • Assist in compliance and technical development projects
  • Perform document revisions to Standard Operating Procedures
  • Initial training and application of GMP regulations (ICH Q7A) as it applies to job function
  • Other duties as assigned



  • Working knowledge in relevant math, science, and engineering disciplines
  • Ability to communicate, read, and write legibly in English, as well as possession of strong technical writing skills
  • Ability to apply advanced computer skills including work with spreadsheets(Excel) and word processing (Word)
  • Functional understand and experience operating the AKTA chromatography system and unicorn software.
  • Ability to manage time effectively
  • Must be detail oriented with the ability to complete written and verbally assigned tasks following specific procedures
  • Demonstrated ability to apply excellent aseptic technique
  • Working knowledge of GMP regulations (ICH Q7A), as well as experience with equipment and technology as it applies to job function
  • Ability to interact constructively with peers and support groups, using organizational and communication skills necessary to plan and execute work flow



  • Bachelor’s Degree and 5+ years of relevant work experience, including prior experience in aseptic processing.
  • Proven experience working in manufacturing operations
  • Proven experience and knowledge in bioprocess operations such as solution compounding or tangential flow filtration
  • Equivalent education and experience may substitute for stated requirements


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