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The Andover Clinical Manufacturing Facility (ACMF) is located on the Pfizer Andover, MA campus and is responsible for the cGMP manufacture of phase I/II clinical drug substance supporting the Pfizer Biotherapeutics portfolio.
The Senior Associate Investigator will work with Quality Assurance, ACMF Operations, Tech Transfer, and other stakeholders to lead and author investigations. This position and team are in Andover, MA. The Senior Associate Investigator will report to the Investigations ManagerHow You Will Achieve
Author manufacturing investigations within ACMF quality system
Facilitate cross-functional root cause analysis and corrective action/preventive action (CAPA) planning
Manage investigation timelines against product dispositions
Bachelor's degree in a biological or engineering discipline with 3+ years of experience or Master's degree with 0+ years of experience
Advanced technical writing skills
Proficient in Microsoft Word
Excellent written and verbal communication
Ability to thrive in a dynamic environment
Prior experience writing cGMP manufacturing investigations
Basic understanding of bioprocessing techniques and equipment
Ability to self-manage timelines and deliverables
Strong organizational skills with demonstrated attention to detail
Experience with Production Control Systems (i.e. DeltaV), ERP Systems (i.e. Microsoft Dynamics and/or SAP) and other business systems (Document Management Systems, LIMS, etc.)
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