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Here, everyone matters, and you will be a vital contributor to our inspiring, bold mission. At Takeda, you will make an impact on people’s lives including your own.
An exciting and challenging opportunity has become available at Takeda’s Neuchatel Manufacturing plant (approx. 650 employees) for an experienced
to join our Manufacturing support team.
This is an exciting career opportunity for a dynamic, autonomous, continuous improvement minded and change agile manufacturing professional to embrace a team-based culture and more specifically within the manufacturing teams within a world-class Biotech manufacturing environment.
Mains responsibilities of this group is problem solving, creation of added value, standardization and improvement of manufacturing processes
Within the Manufacturing support department, reporting to the Manufacturing Support group, the purpose of this role is primarily provide the technical expertise needed to investigate deviations within the manufacturing process and to act as a catalyst for continuous improvement.
Main responsibilities of the Manufacturing support department is problem solving, creation of added value, standardization and improvement of manufacturing processes
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Act as deviation owner for the manufacturing department, i.e. : Initiate, lead and write investigations within the framework of production deviationsDefine, lead and / or execute investigation plansWrite evaluations related to impact on concerned equipment / product / materialDetermine corrective actions and preventive actions (CAPA)Responsible to record the investigations, impact assessments and ensure deviation follow-up in the appropriate quality systems (i.e. Trackwise)
Participate in day-to-day operational support decisions, as needed
Participate and / or lead workshops related to trouble-shooting or to manufacturing process improvement and / or enhancement projects
Act as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) during internal and external audits for selected topics
Support change control and validation protocol related to the manufacturing areas
Incorporates and respects cGMP concepts (Good Manufacturing Practices)
Strong knowledge and interest in manufacturing operations (e.g. engineering designs, automated documentation)
Ability to think, take initiatives lead teams and act cross-functionally, interacting with EHS, QA, QC, engineering, project departments, etc...
Ability to work in a fast, dynamic and diverse business environment with a high emphasis on achieving results
Good leadership and interpersonal skills, self-motivated, capable of analyzing and solving complex problems through innovative thought and experience
Must be able to provide solutions that reflect an understanding of business objectives and cost implications
Strong focus on customer service, standardization and continuous improvement
Autonomous and structured
Able to manage priorities in fast paced environment, challenge the status quo
Demonstrate excellent communication skills, can adapt style to the audience and able to communicate to management with minimal assistance
Strength of proposal
Demonstrated excellent writing skills, ability to describe complex technical processes and qualifications and to translate it into clear, precise report
Excellent oral and written skills in English and French, fluency is an asset