NB-Prospanica GSK - Process Engineering
Memphis , Tennessee
December 14, 2017
Basic qualifications:
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or equivalent
5-10 years of direct experience within Consumer Health, bio-pharma, pharmaceuticals or other related industries

Preferred qualifications:
MS in Engineering
Six Sigma Certification (Green/Black Belt)

Job Description Summary-
To provide process engineering and product ownership to the Memphis site in an effort to satisfy the site Growth Strategy in addition to strategy deployment associated with Safety, Quality, and Continuous Improvement (CiP) program initiatives. This new position is being created to ensure that all base-business processes are supported along with new product introductions, technology transfer products, and raw material sourcing for business continuity.

Job Description-
Experience in process development, experimental design/statistical analysis, process optimization and scale-up
Familiar with new product introduction, technology transfer, and process/equipment validation
Working knowledge of various manufacturing processes and unit operations including powder/material handling and dispensing, roll compaction, dry blending/milling, tablet compression, and secondary packaging
Basic knowledge of process control systems
Continuous improvement background with knowledge of Lean Manufacturing/Six Sigma/OE tools and techniques
Understanding of Quality by Design (QbD) principles and process analytical technology (PAT)
Experience using coaching/mentoring techniques and interpersonal communication skills in working with a diverse population at all levels of the company (i.e. shop floor to global corporate partners)
Competency in technical writing
Demonstrated track record of success leading multiple projects simultaneously with minimal direction.

• Serve as a technical lead/product owner for manufacturing process development and continuous improvement activities associated with quality, yield, waste, cycle time, safety, and process robustness across a portfolio of consumer healthcare products in the OTC and oral care categories.
• Propose and implement process improvements, monitor process capability, and conduct product performance assessments using statistical analysis to support the Product Lifecycle Management program.
• Conduct investigations of process deviations to determine root cause/corrective actions
• Perform technical risk assessments and develop product control strategies for assigned products
• Author and execute plant trials to resolve process challenges as well as implement new improvements.
• Author/revise Batch Records, SOPs, technical reports, technical change controls, and other site documentation
• Conduct technical training on processes and procedures to all levels of the organization
• Collaborate with R&D to ensure Design for Manufacturing principles are used for optimization of new product/technology introduction
• Support both internal and external manufacturing associated with new product introduction and technology transfer programs
• Support site functions (i.e. Engineering, EHS, Operations, etc.) with technical expertise including process validation initiatives, engineering capital projects, etc.
• Provide support to site process safety program

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