We are currently looking to fill a Principal External Manufacturing Specialist position within the New Modality Bulk External Manufacturing team focusing on synthetic oligonucleotide manufacturing. Regeneron successfully manufactures a range of biopharmaceuticals for patients worldwide, including our approved therapeutic proteins and those involved in clinical studies. This role oversees all aspects of contract manufacturing organizations and partners including day-to-day operations, ensuring timely completion of associated operations/documentation, and assisting in the monitoring of cGMP compliance.
As a Principal Specialist within the Bulk External Manufacturing team, a typical day might include the following:
Serving as the operational contact for contract manufacturing and/or partner sites concerning day-to-day activities.
Coordination of external manufacturing activities at contract and/or business partner sites, including but not limited to scheduling of all batches, supply of materials, providing direction on shipment of material, tracking and monitoring of cycle times, providing supporting documentation for manufacturing activities and enlisting support from others who will provide any required associated reports and technical expertise.
Functioning as a liaison between Regeneron Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Supply Chain, Operations/Logistics Departments and contract manufacturers or business partners.
Leads a sub-team in continuous process improvements, system/equipment implementation and/or strategy development.
Supporting investigations which concern external manufacturing and associated shipping operations, as required.
Supporting and informing strategic initiatives and contract negotiations that drive long-term relationship stability and success.
Ensuring product integrity and company reputation by assisting in the monitoring of cGMP compliance at contract manufacturers and business partners.
Performing reviews of pre-production master batch records and executed batch records.
This role might be for you if:
You have experience in synthetic oligonucleotide manufacturing.
You have knowledge of bulk manufacturing techniques (recommended) –, solid phase synthesis, cleavage and deprotection, downstream purification, annealing, lyophilization, and/or formulation.
You have knowledge in early phase production through product commercialization.
You have basic knowledge of regulatory compliance inclusive of cGMP, FDA regulations, familiarity with ICH guidelines, and EU regulations.
You lead continuous improvements, system implementations and/or strategy development to reduce cycle times and improve efficiencies for area.
You have strong interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills.
You exhibit a degree of ingenuity, creativity, and resourcefulness in evolving and ambiguous environments.
You can gain understanding from provided instructions and work towards goals with minimal supervision.
Can travel to contract manufacturers or business partners, as required (up to 25%).
Are comfortable with leading a sub-team in continuous process improvements, system/equipment implementation and/or strategy development.
Shows resiliency and flexibility in the face of challenge and adverse situations.
To be considered for this role you must hold a BS/BA in business or scientific discipline and 8+ years relevant experience. May substitute proven experience for education requirement.
Does this sound like you? Apply now to take your first steps toward living the Regeneron Way! We have an inclusive and diverse culture that provides comprehensive benefits including health and wellness programs, fitness centers and equity awards, annual bonuses, and paid time off for eligible employees at all levels!
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