Associate Vaccine Quality Professional
- Review and approve Vaccine Drug Product manufacturing records to ensure that the information and documentation conforms to Pfizer policy and cGMP’s
- Communicates errors to appropriate parties and facilitates corrections
- Works with Operations to correct and reduce errors through effective communication and continuous improvement initiatives
- Tracks and communicates status of tickets to key stakeholders
- System Interface (LRT, LIMs, SAP, PacOne, QTS, PDOCs, etc.)
- Supports IMEX initiatives within the team
- Real time (on production floor) record review
- Independently provide Real Time Quality impact assessments and decisions on vaccine manufacturing issues
- Ability to handle simple situations, including event reports and straight forward quality assurance reports.
- Accurately communicate Supply/Operational needs/perspectives as well as QO perspectives for issue resolution.
- Participates/completes cross-functional team investigations for deviations.
- Utilize tools such as Method 1 and Pfizer Human Performance (PHP) tools in the course of the investigations
- Participates in internal GMP audits
Office position with time in the production environment.
Independently, with minimal guidance, consistently produces quality work. Must be able to work in a team environment within own team and interdepartmental teams. Must work under short timelines while maintaining quality work. Must have effective written and oral communication skills.
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
Weekend 3rd shift, working Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday from 2100-0700Relocation support available
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