Ref No: AM17572
County Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Production Supervisor (pharma) - Dublin.
This is a shift role (2 cycle): 7am-3pm and 3pm-11pm Monday to Friday
The role is output-focussed and plays an essential part in driving performance within the Filling Operations to achieve target utilizations, OEE and schedule adherence. You will supervise and organize for success the day to day running of the Packing Business Unit.
Key responsibilities will include:
• Ensure compliance to cGMP standards (Document Management Systems, Deviations, Change Control etc.)
• Ensure compliance with Health and Safety Standards (Manual Handling, Evacuation Policy etc.)
• Review Lot Documentation.
• Set and deliver challenging targets for performance metrics schedule/output adherence.
• Co-ordinate production activities and maintenance activities, and encourage and develop a cohesive, outcome focused, high performing team.
• Supervise Operators
• Provide direction, guidance and leadership to the warehouse operators, including providing feedback to personnel on their performance.
• Interact with service departments to the Business Unit and develop and encourage responsive and flexible departmental liaison and co-operation, particularly between other business units.
• Contribute actively to cross departmental projects and initiatives as well as Group projects.
• Close project tasks on time and to specification, performance and cost.
• Ensure that Business Unit Manager is kept informed of significant developments/issues within the area (e.g. any issues relating to line performances).
• Exert strong leadership influence within the production team.
• Administration duties which include Time and Attendance system, Holiday planning etc.
Interested applicants should have:
• Ideally a third level qualification (ideally a degree or higher in a relevant subject area such as technical or life sciences, although not essential)
• Minimum of 5 years' experience in the pharmaceutical industry
• Proven experience as a production supervisor
• Strong understanding of GMP and a right first-time approach is a must.
• Must be able to work diligently in inspecting, sampling, and testing to the required standard (where appropriate) and delivering raw materials, packaging materials, in-process materials, finished products, and stability testing to the relevant laboratories.
• Must be committed to engaging in Continuous Improvement activities