Project Administrator

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Pfizer Pharmaceuticals - Newbridge 

Job Title: Project Administrator

The Business Support Specialist balances the requirements of day to day support, implementation of system/operational process continuous improvements and corrective actions, preventive actions. 
The ideal candidate will be self-driven and will be recognized as having a high level of knowledge/skill. Project management, tracking, monitoring, and implementing initiatives to improve efficiency will be a key requirement. 
This role will support the current Manufacturing Operations in Pharma and requires a technical competence level to handle manufacturing issues.


What you will do: 

• Working to implement a culture of Zero Defects through partnerships with Manufacturing Operations 
• Coordinating local document periodic review process, and supply of controlled documents for manufacturing, e.g logbooks and Batch records. 
• Providing subject matter expertise and support for business systems and processes, technologies and products for manufacturing process 
• Authoring and Approval of SOP's, Forms, Protocols Batch Records, Training content & other documents for operations through collaboration with the various departmental SME's. 
• Carry out organisational activities such as purchasing and co-coordinating communication information. 
• Managing projects impacting Manufacturing Operations arising from Capacity Enhancement, Continuous Improvement/ Lean Management system, Technical Process Improvements. 
• Backroom support with site audits for document retrieval and returns from Archives 
• Managing/supporting core meetings — Investigations Meeting, Metrics Meeting, 
• Tech & Reg, Materials Review Board (MRB) meeting, Change control, Safety and 
• Compliance, Hoshin (Project Management) 
• Reporting/managing of compliance and metrics 
• Assisting with closure of Quality system investigations and implement process 
• CAPA's and performance improvements 
• Managing supplier complaints process 

To be successful in this role you will require: 

  • 1-3 years' experience working in cGMP manufacturing environment is essential. A track record of achievement and delivering successfully in a team environment is required. An ability to influence others positively is key.

The following would be considered an advantage: 

  • Experience of initiating business improvement projects or operations excellence projects. 
  • Familiarity with Change control, Investigation and Documentation Processes in a manufacturing environment 
  • Previous experience with an electronic document management system 
  • Excellent communication skills including computer literacy and ability to work independently and in teams 
  • An ability to deal with process change and implement new effective processes.
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Shyni Fernandez

Talent Partner
  • Salary:Negotiable
  • Location:Newbridge
  • Type:Contract
  • Category:Technology & IT