People are the essence of any organization and at FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies our employees keep our company thriving. Our team consists of smart, diverse, passionate people who enjoy working in a stimulating environment with locations in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA; College Station, Texas, USA and Billingham, United Kingdom..
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As we continue to grow, we look for qualified candidates for a variety of administrative, business, manufacturing, technical, and scientific career opportunities. We offer a work environment that promotes individual responsibility and growth, a collaborative spirit, and an atmosphere that encourages learning and professional development.
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The Associate Director, Engineering plans, directs and coordinates activities of Automation Engineering, Project Engineering, Lab Engineering and Engineering Documentation Groups to ensure that company and department goals are accomplished. Directly supervises employees and carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Up to eleven staff may report to the Associate Director, Engineering. Responsibilities Include interviewing, hiring and training employees; planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; addressing complaints and resolving problems; preparation of annual expense budgets; tracking spend and meeting financial goals for the organization.
The Associate Director, Engineering Services, reporting to the VP of Engineering and Asset Development, will be responsible for directing and overseeing all aspects of the Engineering Services group, including development of process engineering function; developing specifications for new equipment; reliability engineering; support for new projects such as expansions and construction or system modification, for both GMP and PD facilities.
The Associate Director, Facility Engineering, under the supervision of the Director, Facility Engineering, will be responsible for overseeing the proper operation and maintenance of GMP equipment and overall upkeep of production and research facilities.
You will manage a group of scientists and supervise the design and execution of specific projects, specialize in multiple disciplines, meet assigned deliverables, and prioritize activities according to work scope and resource allocation.
Their primary responsibility is the execution of scientific experiments and maintaining laboratory equipment. The successful candidate will assist Scientific staff in conducting and reporting the results of laboratory experiments. They will monitor ongoing experiments for any unusual occurrences. They will develop a practical understanding of scientific discipline and apply this knowledge in support of product development.
Their primary responsibility is the execution of scientific experiments and maintaining laboratory equipment.
The Calibration Technician II is responsible for maintaining and improving the cGMP Calibration Programs. This includes complex bio-pharma processing equipment such as Mobile Bio Processing Rooms, Mobile Clean Rooms, Bioreactors, Fermenters, centrifuges of various sizes and process, filtration skids, columns, critical water systems and a variety of analytical and test equipment.
The Clean Utilities Technician will be the lead technician for operation and maintenance, both routine and corrective, of the water purification systems including the Reverse Osmosis water purification skids, the Mar-Cor water pretreatment skids, and the Mueller ultrapure water distillation units, producing pure water (Water for Injection, USP).
The Equipment Engineer, under the supervision of the Associate Director, Facility Engineering, will be responsible for life cycle development of new process and utility equipment for both critical upstream and downstream processes, as well as clean utility equipment in an advanced Bio-Technology facility.
This individual will be responsible for coordinating and managing the various contractors and staff that support the day-to-day operations of the FDBT facilities, including but not limited to various aspects of security, janitorial service contracts for office facilities, landscaping/lawn maintenance, uniform services, extermination/pest control, etc. .
The Facility Maintenance Technician III will use good electrical and mechanical skills to monitor the running condition of the above listed systems, as well as Building Monitoring Systems, Automation Systems, SCADA systems to monitor equipment associated with both process and building HVAC and refrigeration and freezer equipment.
The Information Technology Manager is responsible for the setup and maintenance of network systems and oversees FDBT’s Computer Operations, Systems and programming, Technical Support Services, Communication Network and User services. The incumbent will manage the department’s budget, implement new system software programs (e.g., SAP), develop disaster recovery plans, and manage back up and security systems.
The Manager, Manufacturing Support TBF 100 is responsible for working with the Upstream and Downstream Production teams in managing planning, directing, and coordinating activities related to the ancillary manufacturing processes for the start-up of the new Texas BioManufacturing Facility 100 (TBF 100) while maintaining a highly effective operation leading to the production of safe, efficacious and compliant therapeutics.
The Manager, Manufacturing Coordination and Support leads a team which enables right-first-time execution on the GMP manufacturing floor by developing and driving systems for readiness, compliance, and permanence of new knowledge.
The successful candidates are responsible for activities associated in the Upstream Manufacturing and Downstream Manufacturing areas with the authoring and ownership of deviations, change control and change over from a technical aspect, and acts as a management representative manufacturing systems. Complete support for the right first time execution of manufacturing per locked schedule and support of the timely release and disposition of batches.
The Manufacturing Director is responsible for the planning, directing, and coordinating activities related to the manufacturing processes for the start-up of the new Texas BioManufacturing Facility – 100 (TBF – 100) while maintaining a highly effective operation leading to the production of safe, efficacious and compliant therapeutics.
This position will be responsible for overseeing, facilitating, approving, managing feedback loops and archiving lessons learned for the transfer and execution of processes (including technicians, methods, equipment and materials) involved with API manufacturing into the RTP facility. They will ensure the effective use of resources to meet committed manufacturing schedules while maintaining safe and compliant operations.
The Downstream Manufacturing Technician III will work directly with a range of purification technologies including continuous flow centrifugation, sucrose gradient separation, filtration technologies (TFF and depth), chromatographic separations (GE AKTA systems), and viral inactivation following aseptic technique in a cGMP environment.
The Upstream Manufacturing Technician III will work directly with a range of technologies including cell-culture and viral propagation techniques; cell-culture and bioreactor operation; bacterial and fermentation operations; pDNA; Protein and Yeast related operations; as well as aseptic technique following GMP procedures.
FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies is currently looking to hire a Methods Development Tech II. This position will assist in the transfer and development of analytical methods for in process, and finished product including release testing and testing of critical reagents. This individual with also be involved in assisting with the performance of methods for quantifying virus samples.
The Principal Process Engineer, functions independently and productively in the Process Sciences Group to actively address complex issues within a team based organization. The individual is responsible for analyzing process technologies in support of new project proposals and will serve as the technical transfer lead managing cross functional teams. Must work in a collaborative manner overseeing biological drug development activities such as, cell line development, process development (upstream and downstream), analytical method development/qualification and manufacturing in a CMO environment.
The Principal Scientist Group Leader, Upstream Process Development, functions independently and productively in the Upstream Process Development Group actively engaged in process development within a team-based PD laboratory to support a wide variety of vaccine development projects. The Principal Scientist Group Leader is responsible for managing a group of scientists and providing technical or scientific leadership with the research and development organization including ongoing coaching and feedback, performance management, and ensuring the goals of the group are met.
The Process Development Technician III is responsible for laboratory testing for the product monitoring process, in-process analytical testing, equipment performance and maintenance, assisting in process verification/ validation and executing development initiatives using laboratory and processing equipment in lab production scale-up environments for the Upstream, Downstream, or Virology groups.
The successful candidate serves as the primary business liaison for signed client programs, and is accountable for program execution and client satisfaction. This includes ensuring we consistently provide excellent customer service to programs, as well as represent client needs and goals within the organization, to ensure quality and delivery of contract services.
The Project Director will be responsible for support of Business Development in initial client development and then project delivery including , technology transfer, and taking a product/process from execution of a client commercial agreement or memorandum of understanding through process development and early stage clinical supply (up through Phase II).
The successful candidate will be the principle technical specialist managing specific areas of expertise, with little direction from management. This includes managing projects and priorities within the broader scope of the business environment, advising organization on area of expertise and contributing to assurance of regulatory compliance as required.
The Quality Assurance (QA) Analyst III, under minimal direction, will be responsible for review and/or approval of basic and technical documentation, drafting and reviewing of internal Quality policies and procedures, assisting in and performing product related activities, assisting in and performing Quality audit functions, assisting in and performing product release activities, identifying process and Quality System improvements, and acting as a QA liaison internally and externally.
The Quality Control Chemist II will be responsible for participating in the Technology Transfer of established methods into the Quality Control Laboratory. This critical role will involve on-site training at the FujiFilm Biotechnologies Diosynth (FDBU) laboratory in Morrisville, NC. Following the analytical training on selected methods in Morrisville, the candidate will be staffed permanently at the Texas facility as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in the methods trained on and transferred at FDBU.
The Quality Control Chemistry Supervisor, under general supervision, will be responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating routine activities of the QC staff as well as coordinating the installation and qualification of new analytical equipment in support of GMP release and stability testing. The Chemistry Supervisor will lead tech transfer activities of qualified analytical methods from a designated donor laboratory. The Chemistry Supervisor will play a pivotal role in selecting qualified personnel to staff the QC chemistry laboratory.
The Quality Control Molecular Biology Supervisor will be responsible for coordinating the installation and qualification of new analytical equipment in support of GMP release and stability testing. The Molecular Biology Supervisor will lead tech transfer activities of qualified methods from a designated donor laboratory. The Molecular Biology Supervisor will play a pivotal role in selecting qualified personnel to staff the QC Molecular Biology laboratory.
The SAP Analyst TBF 100 is responsible for implementing, delivering and maintaining an Enterprise Resource Planning System (e.g., SAP) in support of the start-up of the new SATURN Project located at the Texas BioManufacturing Facility 100 (TBF 100) in College Station, Texas. This position is also responsible for building consensus on the use of common business practices among many levels and areas of the organization in order to achieve cost-effective solutions and improvements.
This position will contribute to the execution of projects in various stages of process development or tech transfer to manufacturing utilizing platform processes as approprriate during process development.
The Upstream Process Development Scientist is responsible for driving the development of new cell culture and fermentation processes at laboratory scale, scale up to manufacturing scale, and transfer of client processes into Process Development as well as transfer of processes to Manufacturing
The Senior Biomanufacturing Specialist – Downstream will work directly with a range of purification technologies including continuous flow centrifugation, sucrose gradient separation, various filtration technologies, chromatographic separations technologies, and viral inactivation following aseptic technique in a cGMP environment. This individual will be required to function in both a hands-on capacity as well as in a leadership role.
The Senior Biomanufacturing Specialist – Upstream will work directly with cell-culture and viral propagation techniques; cell-culture and bioreactor operations; bacterial and fermentation operations; pDNA, protein, and yeast-related operations; and aseptic techniques while following cGMP procedures. This position will be required to function in both a hands-on and leadership roles.
The Senior Scientist will act as technical lead for the development and optimization of novel cell culture and bioreactor processes for multiple viral projects.
The Supervisor, Manufacturing Support Services leads a team which enables right-first-time execution on the GMP manufacturing floor by developing and driving systems for readiness, compliance, and permanence of new knowledge. The Supervisor will also support the timely release and disposition of batches and other post-execution activities.
The Validation Engineer, under general direction, will be responsible for drafting and executing commissioning and validation protocols for facilities, utilities, manufacturing equipment, quality control equipment, cleaning processes, and manufacturing processes across multiple GMP facilities as well as preparing validation summary reports for the same.