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The Manager, QC Microbiology, is a highly critical role and is responsible for managing the QC Microbiology Laboratory which provides support to the CAR T manufacturing site. This department is responsible microbiological related testing of in-process samples, final product testing, critical utilities sampling and testing, Validation and requalification support, incoming component testing, and microbiological identification. Sampling and testing must meet or exceed FDA, MHRA, PMDA, EU, and other governmental regulations or guidelines. The Manager QC Microbiology is responsible to act as the SME during regulatory inspections.
Hours: Monday - Friday day shiftRole Responsibilities:
- Manage QC Microbiology department
- Management and coordination of the Microbiological Laboratory testing program and scheduling to ensure timely testing and results, to support final product testing and release, incoming components and materials testing and release, and monitoring of the critical utilities systems.
- Development and management of SOPs, forms, and methods required to support the compliant operation and testing conducted in the Microbiology laboratory.
- The Manager, QC Microbiology plays a critical role in ensuring that all materials, products, methods and equipment are within specifications and ensuring accurate and timely disposition of test results and compliance investigations.
- Ensure that Microbiology lab test results which exceed the specification limits, are submitted as a Deviations in the eQRMS system, investigated, and effective CAPAs are implemented.
- Ensure the site and department objectives are met.
- Manage and develop direct reports.
- Management and scheduling of Microbiology laboratory personnel within the department to meet the Manufacturing schedule and needs.
- Ensure employees are properly trained and qualified to perform assigned tasks, provide performance evaluations and support career development of direct reports.
- Perform other tasks as assigned.
- Bachelor's degree required, preferably in Microbiology or related science. Advanced degree preferred. An equivalent combination of working experience and education will be considered.
- 7 years' relevant work experience required, preferably in a Microbiology laboratory and/or Environmental Monitoring.Experience working with cell therapy products are preferred.
- 2 years of leadership experience preferred.
- Must have experience in supporting sterile compounding and filling operations.
- Experience in participating and supporting regulatory audits preferred: FDA, MHRA, PMDA, etc.
- Experience in working with Quality Systems preferred: SOPs, Change Control, Deviations, CAPAs, and Risk Assessments.
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