Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is actively recruiting for a Stability Coordinator to be based in Raritan, NJ.
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This position pertains to Life cycle management of stability study samples within JPQ.
The job holder has the authority to request DEA Import permits, coordinate intra-site shipments, initiate stability studies according to approved protocols, distribute reference standard/stability pulls according to SOP, and communicate stability requirements to customers (e.g. manufacturing & packaging sites).
The scope of this role includes, but is not limited to:
• Ensure all drug product cGMP stability commitments are met by interacting with manufacturing sites, packaging sites, other stability coordinators and customers
• Ensure all annual commitments are verified & labeled upon receipt into the Stability Monitoring Program and all monthly pulls are performed on time to meet regulatory commitments
• Responsible for coordinating the acquisition, transportation, receipt, storage, chamber pulls and shipment for Stability samples and associated Reference standards from a global network of packaging facilities.
• This role will also interact with the manufacturing and packaging sites to ensure awareness of current stability policy and commitments, and to procure the necessary batches for the program; review stability commitments regularly to eliminate unnecessary duplication of product put-ups on the stability program; ensures accurate inventory and chain of custody records for all products are maintained; and will provide samples to the stability laboratory on a scheduled and as-needed basis making sure all samples are pulled within compliance.
• This role will also assist intradepartmental groups with sample and reference standard procurement for investigations, method transfers and training; maintain LIMS database; add Annual Commitments to database yearly and developmental commitments as needed, and will update protocols and studies as needed in LIMS database.
• This position is also responsible for Controlled Substance management, and to track and maintain controlled substance inventory from sample arrival to disposal.
• Assist with publishing metrics on-time. Assist Stability Owner with information inquiries on studies. Collaborate interdependently with internal and contract facilities to ensure understanding of required testing deadlines. Ensure adherence to SOPs.
• This role is also responsible for oversight of the qualification, performance, maintenance, and calibration of stability chambers which includes availability for response to any possible chamber excursions. Diligently responds 24/7 to chamber excursions and notify appropriate managers on system status; maintains stability chambers to ICH guidelines and is the first line notification for Environmental Monitoring System; document chamber maintenance, repairs and excursions in logbooks as required including product impact assessment; as well as regularly review chamber contents to optimize organization by removing expired products.
• Perform chamber monitoring inspections as required. Update and maintain the appropriate SOPs for the sample program. Provide oversight and update Maximo software for planning/ scheduling of PM and calibrations for chambers. Technical writing of investigations and CAPA related to stability program management, and will author and oversee Change Controls as needed. Qualifications
• This position requires a minimum of a Bachelors of Arts or Sciences in related field
• A minimum of 5 years of relevant working experience in pharmaceuticals is required.
• A minimum of 5 years in a pharmaceutical stability program environment is preferred.
• The ability to accurately and in a timely fashion, report stability related information is preferred.
• Knowledge of different IT systems: LIMS, SAP, Maximo, etc., is required.
• Sample & Chamber Management experience is required.
• Excellent technical writing skills are required.
• Knowledge of current stability guidelines, stability procedures is an asset.
• Knowledge of cGMP is required.
• Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to maintain successful team relationships while also working independently is required.
• This position is located in Raritan, NJ and requires support of both Raritan and Titusville sites.
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United States-New Jersey-RaritanOrganization
JANSSEN SUPPLY GROUP, LLC (6046)Job Function
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