Develop projects and contribute to experimental strategies and scientific vision. Function as lead scientific resource with cross-functional impact, capable of managing and leading scientific projects which may involve cross functional areas.
Guide the successful completion of major programs by functioning in a project leadership role or lead scientific/technical resource.
Develop novel processes or approaches to solve problems within a broad discipline within the work group.
Identify and analyze factors and trends outside immediate area that impact project or function/department.
Introduce new technologies and concepts.
Lead teams that contribute to the achievement of department/project/product team objectives.
Provide guidance in the resolution of scientific/technical issues within the function/department.
Doctorate degree and 2 years of directly related experience or Master’s degree and 6 years of directly related experience or Bachelor’s degree and 8 years of directly related experience.
Scientific educational background required.
Experience in Process Development and Validation of Inspection and Packaging processes.
Working knowledge of pharmaceutical/biotech processes.
Documenting in a highly regulated environment.
Able to operate specialized laboratory equipment and computers.
Able to interpret and apply GLPs and GMPs.
Able to develop solutions to routine technical problems of limited scope.
Problem solving and applied engineering
Basic technical report writing.
Basic technical presentation.
Ability to handle multiple projects at one time.
Advanced project management.
Personnel coaching and development.