Careers

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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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Associate Director, Engineering Services

  • College Station, Texas

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.

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Associate Director, Supply Chain

  • College Station, Texas

The Associate Director, Supply Chain TBF 100 is responsible for delivering contracted product per the revenue forecast and as well as establishing the central production plan activities for the start-up of the new SATURN Project

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Associate Scientist – Upstream Process Development

  • College Station, Texas

The Associate Scientist – Upstream Process Development will assist in the development and execution of experiments for the development, optimization, and characterization of manufacturing processes and will be involved in experimental design, data analysis, and interpretation.

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Associate Scientist, Analytical Methods Transfer (402)

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

The position will primarily focus on laboratory execution of analytical method protocols.

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Associate Scientist, Bioassay Analytical Development (Req #428)

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

The position will primarily provide routine sample analysis in support of process development using techniques such as qPCR, ELISA or plate-based potency assays.

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Business Accountant

  • Billingham, United Kingdom

Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies is a world leading cGMP Contract Development and Manufacturing organisation. The business operates in the Pharmaceutical sector, mainly as a research and development business designing processes to make new drugs for our customers. In addition we manufacture a number of licenced drugs that are already in the market. As a global organisation we have sites in North Carolina, USA; Texas, USA and Billingham, UK. We currently have over 500 employees at our Billingham site and are looking to expand in the next few years.

As a result of an internal move we have an exciting opportunity for a Business Accountant to join our team.

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Calibration Technician – Group Lead

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: Calibration Technician – Group Lead will support the cGMP Calibration Program at the Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnology NCTM facilities in College Station Texas. The Group Lead may also assist in providing support at the research and production facilities (Buildings TBF 100/FBF 200) as directed by the Calibration Manager. The Group Lead will initiate, implement, and schedule the calibration of instruments and devices in the NCTM facility through the use of calibration technicians, other technicians, and outside resources and vendors.

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Calibration Technician III

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Calibration Technician III is responsible for maintaining and improving the cGMP Calibration Programs at the Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnology Texas (FDBT) facilities in College Station Texas. 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. This is a key position in the readiness of the instrumentation and equipment for the new Texas Bio-Manufacturing Facility as well as maintaining the current operation of the existing facility.

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Clean Utilities Lead

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Clean Utilities Lead, under minimal supervision of the Associate Director/Director of Facilities will be responsible for leading the day-to-day aspects of operating and maintaining the clean utilities in support of both the Texas Biological Facility (TBF) and the Flexible Biological Facility FBF (TLVF) on behalf of Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnology. The Clean Utilities Lead will direct and coach technicians/contractors/others on the proper operation and maintenance, both routine and corrective, for the water purification systems including the Reverse Osmosis water purification skids, the Mar-Cor water pre-treatment skids, the Mueller ultrapure water distillation units, producing pure water (Water for Injection, USP) Clean Steam generators, clean compressed air and other utilities in support of two biological vaccine facilities through ultrapure piping and distribution systems.

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Clean Utilities Technician – (343)

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Clean Utilities Technician under the supervision of the Facilities Supervisor, TBF, will be the individual primarily responsible for day-to-day aspects of operating and maintaining the clean utilities in support of both the Texas Biological Facility (TBF) and the Flexible Biological Facility FBF (TLVF) on behalf of Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnology. 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). These systems provide ultrapure water to two biological vaccine facilities through ultrapure piping and distribution systems.

The Clean Utilities Technician will also be responsible for generation skids for Pure Steam generation and distribution. This position will also support maintenance for other equipment which consumes clean steam and pure water, such as washers and autoclaves and will work with other maintenance and technical trades to maintain these systems in GMP condition, including calibration, quality control and validation, as well as manufacturing. This position will support the Facilities Supervisor and the Environment, Health and Safety personnel (EHS) to ensure the systems are operated safely and within limits.

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Commercial Process Engineer (MTS) (417)

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

The successful candidate provides leadership and oversight for the day-to-day design, development, standardization and maintenance of an operational biotechnology utilized in the manufacture of a commercial product.

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Director, Quality Control

  • College Station, Texas

The Director, Quality Control provides leadership to and manages the evaluation and testing of all incoming raw materials, bulk products, in-process materials and finished products for potency and purity prior to release to production or for distribution.

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Downstream Manufacturing Technician II

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Downstream Manufacturing Technician II will work directly with a range of purification technologies and equipment including: filtration technologies (TFF and depth), chromatographic separations (Single Use GE AKTA systems), viral inactivation, and centrifugation following aseptic techniques and procedures in a cGMP environment.

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Downstream Manufacturing Technician III

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Downstream Manufacturing Technician III will work directly with a range of purification technologies including: filtration technologies (TFF and depth), chromatographic separations (Single Use GE AKTA systems), viral inactivation following aseptic techniques and procedures in a cGMP environment.

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Engineering Documentation Coordinator

  • College Station, Texas

The Engineering Document Coordinator, under the supervision of the Director, Facility Engineering, will be responsible for various aspects of maintaining the engineering drawings, blue prints, P&IDs, technical manuals and other documents related to the equipment and facilities of FDBT, both hard copy and electronic.

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Environmental Monitoring Technician II

  • College Station, Texas

Summary The Full-Time Environmental Monitoring (EM) Technician II, under general direction, will be responsible for performing routine and non-routine environmental monitoring, facility water collection and testing within the FDBT Manufacturing and Controlled areas.

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Facility Microbiology Analyst (Temporary)

  • Billingham, United Kingdom

We currently have an opportunity for a Facility Microbiology Analyst to join our team for a period of one year to cover Maternity Leave.

The role involves performing various microbiological techniques and providing support to the manufacturing facilities by performing sampling, analysis and interpretation of facility water and environmental monitoring samples.

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Manager – Technical Operations

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Manager of Technical Operations will be responsible for planning, coordinating, and executing manufacturing technical processes. The position will be required to function in a leadership role as well as be the point of contact with the customer in resolving any technical issues. This position will be the subject matter expert for equipment and systems in the manufacturing environment.

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Manager/Sr. Manager Facilities (388)

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

Responsible for preserving the good condition of infrastructure and ensure that facilities are safe and well-functioning. Position will be responsible for the overall operation of the all utilities serving a pharmaceutical GMP facility with 24/7 operation.

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Manufacturing Director – FBF 200

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Manufacturing Director is responsible for the planning, directing, and coordinating activities related to the manufacturing processes for the start-up of the new Flexible BioManufacturing Facility 200 (FBF 200) while maintaining a highly effective operation leading to the production of safe, efficacious and compliant therapeutics. The Manufacturing Director FBF 200 will be responsible for the cGMP production, manufacturing and systems that support the manufacture of virus-related vaccines and biotherapeutic products in a BSL 2 state-of-art facility.

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Manufacturing Process Engineer – TBF 100

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Manufacturing Process Engineer TBF 100 is a mid-level position in the Manufacturing Technology Support (MT&S) department 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 will report directly to the Sr. Manager, MT&S, but may also have a functional reporting relationship to a senior colleague on a project to project basis.

Works independently and with colleagues to provide expertise and assistance for the design, development, standardization and maintenance of operational biotechnology utilized in the manufacture of proteins and drug substances. This person would become the subject matter expert on core manufacturing and operational technologies for the manufacturing unit. Operational biotechnologies include: Isolators and their use in cell propagation, Cell Culture/Single Use Technology, Filtration, Chromatography and Final Filtration. Core manufacturing technologies include Weigh and Dispensing and Mixing and Buffer Preparation.

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Materials Manager – TBF 100

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Materials Manager 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 for material management among many levels and areas of the organization in order to achieve cost-effective solutions and improvements. The SATURN Project is a multi-product manufacturing facility using a single-use bioreactor platform with multiple Upstreams feeding the Downstream. SATURN is a high throughput mAb (monoclonal antibody) facility that will create a world class platform to support our customers’ clinical and commercial products.

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Media Prep Technician – Lead

  • College Station, Texas

The primary job responsibilities are planning, preparing and oversight of media/buffer prep scheduling according to strict quality standards and providing exceptional customer service. Train and develop Tech I, II, and III’s to work with minimal supervision with all media/buffer prep processes. Operate processing equipment including autoclaves and pressurized tanks per procedure and report any issues. Work effectively and efficiently in a team-oriented environment to keep Media Prep operations running smoothly. Interact with customers, vendors, suppliers, and internal departments to improve safety, maintenance, efficiency, and productivity. Report any training or policy deficiencies and identify opportunities to improve procedures and operations. Develop, implement, maintain and evaluate department SOPs, quality compliance GMPs, GXPs, GLPs, and other established procedures. Identify and support continuous improvement to processes as to increase customer satisfaction.

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Media Prep Technician I/II/III

  • College Station, Texas

The primary job responsibilities are preparing media according to strict quality standards and providing exceptional customer service. Safely operate processing equipment including autoclaves and pressurized tanks per procedure and report any issues. Work effectively and efficiently in a team-oriented environment to keep Media Prep operations running smoothly. Interact with customers, vendors, suppliers, and internal departments to improve safety, maintenance, efficiency, and productivity. Report any training or policy deficiencies and identify opportunities to improve procedures and operations. Adhere to and improve department SOPs, quality compliance GMPs, GXPs, and GLPs, and other established procedures. Identify and support service delivery improvements to increase customer satisfaction.

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Methods Development Technician II

  • College Station, Texas

The Methods Development Tech II 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 will also be involved in assisting with the performance of methods for quantifying virus samples.

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Principal Process Engineer – (363)

  • College Station, Texas

Description

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.

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Principal Scientist

  • Billingham, United Kingdom

Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies is a world leading cGMP Contract Development and Manufacturing organisation. The business operates in the Pharmaceutical sector, mainly as a research and development business designing processes to make new drugs for our customers. In addition we manufacture a number of licenced drugs that are already in the market. As a global organisation we have sites in North Carolina, USA; Texas, USA and Billingham, UK. We currently have over 500 employees at our Billingham site and are looking to expand in the next few years.

We have an opportunity for an experienced Principal Scientist to join our team.

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Process Development Technician III

  • College Station, Texas

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.

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Production Manager – Upstream

  • College Station, Texas

The Production Manager, Upstream TBF 100 is responsible for assisting in the planning, directing, and coordinating of the activities related to the Upstream 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.

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Production Manager (410)

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

The successful candidate will be recognized as a subject matter expert with regard to manufacturing processes.

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Production Manager (Upstream) (396)

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

The successful candidate will be recognized as a subject matter expert with regard to manufacturing processes.

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Production Tech III (392)

The successful candidate will be performing cell culture sterilization techniques, support mammalian cell culture manufacturing processes, sustaining purification of biopharmaceuticals, operate various process equipment, documenting daily manufacturing operations in a cGMP environment, working with single use or ss bioreactors, fermentation, and/or filtration.

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Production Technician (413)

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

The successful candidate will execute Development and Production processes as well as the accompanying documentation.

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Production Technologist – Microbial Operations

  • Billingham, United Kingdom

Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies based in Billingham, Stockton-on-Tees specialise in developing manufacturing processes for customers biologic drugs and offering stability studies to support customer drug substance and drug products.

With plants in Billingham, UK, North Carolina, USA and Texas USA are global vision is to be the leading and most trusted global Contract Development and Manufacturing Organisation partner in the biopharmaceutical industry.

As we continue on a period of significant growth we have an opportunity for a Production Technologist – Microbial Operations to join the Company.

The Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies Microbial Fermentation (MF) manufacturing facilities based in Billingham are recruiting! We produce clinical and commercial APIs and have recently dedicated a new stream to the handling of potent molecules.

The successful applicant will join a motivated, multi-skilled team responsible for delivery of the day-to-day manufacturing activities within the microbial manufacturing facilities. Prior experience is not essential as training will be given.

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Quality Control Supervisor – Microbiology

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Quality Control Supervisor – Microbiology under general direction, will be required to plan, organize, direct and evaluate the routine activities of the Quality Control staff and laboratory functions to ensure the safety and reliability of products produced in compliance with The Company Quality and various regulatory requirements. In addition, the QC Supervisor will be responsible for performing routine and non-routine quantitative and qualitative analysis of samples submitted to the Quality Control (QC) Laboratory. Candidates for this position must have experience in Microbiology and Environmental Monitoring (EM) in a regulated pharmaceutical setting. Strong candidates will have a working knowledge of additional QC functions in a regulated pharmaceutical setting.
Other responsibilities may include but are not limited to staff hiring, supervision, coaching, discipline and performing annual review assessments. Duties include reviewing data and problem solving in support of microbiological analysis. Additional responsibilities may include supervision of specified chemical or biological testing.
The Quality Control Supervisor I (Microbiology) candidate will also be involved in method development, method validation, method transfer and routine testing for incoming, in-process, release and stability testing on finished product, critical reagents and raw materials, as needed.
In the absence of other supervisory staff they will provide guidance to other groups within the QC organization.

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Research Scientist USP Microbial Operations

  • Billingham, United Kingdom

FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies is a world leading contract development and manufacturing organisation with sites in Billingham, UK; North Carolina, USA and Texas, USA. Our company specialises in the development and manufacture of Biopharmaceuticals for customers worldwide.

Due to increased growth and strong demand for our services, the R&D Upstream Microbial Operations group based in Billingham, UK is seeking a Research Scientist to join our team.

The Research Scientist role is primarily lab based and involves microbial culturing, primary recovery and process development (PD; from scale down mimics to pilot scale fermenters).

We have 3 vacancies, 1 x permanent and 2 x temporary positions.

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Scientist I, Analytical Development (393)

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

The successful candidate will primarily be responsible for the development and qualification of qPCR assays for the characterization and testing of recombinant protein drugs.

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Scientist II, Cell Culture Development (406)

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

In the position, you will be responsible for developing scalable and robust bioprocesses and for supporting technical transfer to manufacturing.

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Scientist, Upstream Process Development – (371)

  • College Station, Texas

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

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Senior Scientist, Analytical Method Transfer (401)

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

The position will primarily focus on creating analytical method protocols, overseeing individuals executing protocols, assess the data, troubleshoot issues and generate summary reports.

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Senior Scientist, Analytical Method Transfer (401)

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

The position will primarily focus on creating analytical method protocols, overseeing individuals executing protocols, assess the data, troubleshoot issues and generate summary reports.

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Sr. Automation Engineer

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Senior Automation Engineer provides technical support and accountability for the execution of capital projects that are critical to the success of our business. The Senior Automation Engineer will participate in the development, installation, operation, maintenance, and repair of all FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies Texas automation systems to meet organizational goals and objectives. This position will also work closely with other operators, calibration technicians and engineers to maintain complex systems.

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Sr. Biomanufacturing Specialist Downstream – (350)

  • College Station, Texas

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.

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Sr. Biomanufacturing Specialist Upstream – (349)

  • College Station, Texas

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.

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Sr. Clean Utilities Mechanic (415)

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

The Clean Utilities Mechanic under the supervision of the Sr. Facilities Manager will be the individual primarily responsible for day-to-day aspects of operating and maintaining the clean utilities.

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Sr. Production Manager – Downstream – (337)

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Senior Production Manager, Downstream TBF 100 is responsible for the planning, directing, and coordinating activities related to the Downstream 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 Senior Production Manager, Downstream will be responsible for the cGMP production and Downstream manufacturing systems that support project SATURN, which is a multi-product manufacturing facility using a single-use bioreactor platform with multiple Upstreams feeding the Downstream. SATURN is a high throughput mAb (monoclonal antibody) facility that will create a world class platform to support our customers’ clinical and commercial products.

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Sr. Production Manager – Upstream – (336)

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Senior Production Manager, Upstream TBF 100 is responsible for the planning, directing, and coordinating activities related to the Upstream 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 Senior Production Manager, Upstream will be responsible for the cGMP production and Upstream manufacturing systems that support project SATURN, which is a multi-product manufacturing facility using a single-use bioreactor platform with multiple Upstreams feeding the Downstream. SATURN is a high throughput mAb (monoclonal antibody) facility that will create a world class platform to support our customers’ clinical and commercial products.

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Sr. Scientist – Upstream Process Development – (329)

  • College Station, Texas

The Senior Scientist will act as technical lead for the development and optimization of novel cell culture and bioreactor processes for multiple viral projects.

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Supply Chain Coordinator

  • College Station, Texas

The Supply Chain Coordinator will develop and maintain integrated production planning and scheduling that encompasses materials to assure that supply targets are met. This position will be responsible for ordering and buying materials as well as tracking production and material consumption in applicable systems.

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Upstream Manufacturing Technician II

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Upstream Manufacturing Technician II will work directly with a range of technologies following aseptic techniques and procedures in a cGMP environment.

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Upstream Manufacturing Technician III

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Upstream Manufacturing Technician III will work directly with a range of technologies following aseptic techniques and procedures in a cGMP environment.

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Utilities Maintenance Supervisor

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Utilities Maintenance Supervisor, B100/B200, under the supervision of the Associate Director, Facilities Engineering, will be responsible for day-to-day aspects of operating and maintaining the facility utilities in support of both the B100 building and the B200 Facility. The Utilities Maintenance Supervisor will be the lead maintenance and utility contact for covering the maintenance needs of the B100 and B200 utilities and, with assigned personnel or contractors, maintain the utility equipment. This positon will also provide support for proper installation of the new utilities equipment in the B100, working with the corresponding calibration, operations and validation department personnel, and with the various contractors and consultants working on the project. This position will keep other departments advised of maintenance or quality issues with building utilities and scheduling of outages or other maintenance needs affecting those departments. This position will work with other Facilities Engineering personnel and with Employee Health and Safety (EHS) to ensure a safe workplace is developed; with Procurement for development of repair parts inventories and spare parts strategies; and with Calibration as needed. The Utilities Supervisor will also develop and modify Preventative Maintenance strategies for full utility operations when finished.

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