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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, Supply Chain – TBF 100

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: 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 located at the Texas BioManufacturing Facility – 100 (TBF – 100) in College Station, Texas.

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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 & Formulation Development

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies U.S.A., Inc. is seeking an Associate Scientist with protein chemistry experience to work in the Analytical Development group. The position will primarily provide support of product formulation and analytical development for biopharmaceuticals, including monoclonal antibodies and recombinant proteins; Responsible for sample preparation using automated systems, executing experimental studies and summarizing data, and producing high-quality documentation with supervision.

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CAD & Engineering Documentation Management Specialist

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The CAD & Engineering Document Management Specialist, under the supervision of the Director or Associate Director, Facility Engineering, will be responsible to proactively develop the computer aided design function and properly define the engineering document management strategy for the College Station site. Perform routine to moderately complex design and drafting functions in support of various areas such as engineering, manufacturing, facilities, validation, etc. Perform 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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Cell Production Technologist (MCC)

  • United Kingdom, Billingham

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 our 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 Cell Production Technologist (MCC) to join the Company.

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Controller

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Controller is responsible for directing fiscal functions of the FDBT site in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and in accordance with financial management techniques and practices appropriate within the biotechnology industry. This includes the production of periodic financial reports, maintenance of system for accounting records, and a comprehensive set of controls and budgets designed to mitigate risk, enhance the accuracy of the reported financial results and ensure that reported results comply with generally accepted accounting principles.

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Director, Quality Assurance Operations

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Director of QA Operations will be responsible for oversight of QA operations for cGMP manufacturing of monoclonal antibodies and viral products.
The individual will work with Quality leadership, Facilities, Engineering and Validation groups to implement global and site specific Quality and Risk Management principles to ensure patient safety and product quality, while ensuring compliance with US and international GMP regulations and maintaining facilities inspection ready.

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Director, Upstream Process Development

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies U.S.A., Inc. is seeking a Director of Upstream Process Development. The Director, Upstream Process Development provides strong scientific and administrative leadership to the Upstream Process Development Team setting annual goals and objectives and long range planning.

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Downstream Manufacturing Supervisor

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Bio-Manufacturing Supervisor – Downstream will work directly with a range of purification technologies including continuous flow centrifugation, sucrose gradient separation, various filtration technologies (TFF & depth), chromatographic separations technologies (GE AKTA systems), and viral inactivation following aseptic technique in a cGMP environment. This individual will also supervise a team of employees directly or indirectly in the Downstream process.

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Downstream Manufacturing Technician I

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Downstream Manufacturing Technician I will work directly with viral purification (either whole particle or split particle), continuous flow centrifuge operation, and sucrose gradient separation, techniques for filtration and chromatographic separation (i.e. column chromatography and HPLC) and viral inactivation.

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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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Environmental Monitoring Technician – Intern

  • College Station, Texas

Summary The Environmental Monitoring Technician – Intern, under general direction, will be responsible for performing routine and non-routine environmental monitoring, clean utility collection within the Company Manufacturing and controlled areas. This position is expected to continue up to, but will not exceed, 12 months.

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Environmental Monitoring Technician – Temporary

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Environmental Monitoring Technician, under general direction, will be responsible for performing routine and non-routine environmental monitoring, clean utility collection within the Company Manufacturing and controlled areas.

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Environmental Monitoring Technician II

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.

Responsible for supporting the Microbiology and Environmental Monitoring department in implementing and managing the site’s microbiology and EM programs as well as the overall microbiology laboratory operations to ensure compliance with current regulations. Requires direct interaction with the manufacturing processes related to biological non-sterile drug substance and sterile drug product.

Other responsibilities may include but are not limited to: Preventative maintenance on EM instrumentation, maintaining a state of instrumentation calibration/qualification, temperature monitoring, reagent preparation, material and supply ordering and other general lab and lab related administrative responsibilities, as needed.

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Management Accountant

  • College Station, Texas

The Management Accountant will collect, analyze, and present financial information used to help FDBT management make sound business decisions. The Management Accountant will analyze FDBT’s historical financial data to estimate future costs and revenues, as well as creating budgets and preparing internal reports which will be utilized by senior management to make business planning decisions. The incumbent in this position must combine his/her accounting skills with effective management and concise communication to both financial and non-financial management. Work is performed under moderate supervision, with limited latitude to exercise initiative and independent judgment applying knowledge of accounting terminology and using spreadsheets and/or automated accounting systems.

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Manager – Technical Operations

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: Manager, Technical Operations – TBF 100 is an integral management position overseeing the Technical Operations department in support of the Fujifilm SATURN mAb manufacturing facility, located at the Texas BioManufacturing Facility – 100 (TBF – 100) in College Station, Texas. TBF 100 is a multi-stream, multiproduct facility, utilizing entirely single use technology for the manufacture of both clinical and commercial products.

The Technical Operation Group will provide Process/Manufacturing technology expertise to the Manufacturing Organization to support.
• Customer Program Fit Assessments.
• Technical Transfer from PD to Manufacturing.
• Equipment SME support.
• Manufacturing excellence.
• Technical support for trouble shooting.
• Technical training.

It is expected that members of the Technical Operations group will have a strong background in Process/Equipment Engineering or GMP Bio Pharmaceutical Manufacturing experience.

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Manager – Validation

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Validation Manager will be responsible for drafting and executing cleaning, process validation, utility, process systems and process support systems qualification test work. Preparing validation summary reports for the qualification and validation of systems used to manufacture drug or biologics products.

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Manager, Drug Product Operations

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: Manager, Drug Product (DP) Operations –is responsible for the planning, directing, and coordinating of the activities related to the Drug Product manufacturing processes for FDBT while maintaining a highly effective operation leading to the production of safe, efficacious and compliant therapeutics. The Manager of Drug Product Operations will oversee the cGMP production and equipment used for DP manufacture and viral bank filling for viral vector/gene therapy products in FDBT’s state of the art Flexible Manufacturing Facility.

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Manager, Manufacturing Planning

  • College Station, Texas

This position is responsible for delivering contracted product per the revenue forecast and establishing a central production plan, at the micro and macro scale. This position is also responsible for buffer scheduling, upstream micro and macro schedule, downstream micro and macro schedule, batch record review schedule, and continuous improvement project management within manufacturing.

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Manufacturing Coordinator

  • College Station, Texas

The Manufacturing Coordinator assists the Manufacturing team to ensure right-first-time execution on the GMP manufacturing floor by developing and driving systems for readiness, compliance, and permanence of new knowledge. The Manufacturing Coordinator will assist in supporting the timely release and disposition of batches and other post-execution activities.

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Manufacturing Lead (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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Manufacturing Manager, Upstream – FBF 200

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Manufacturing Manager, Upstream – FBF 200 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 Flexible BioManufacturing Facility – 200 (FBF – 200) while maintaining a highly effective operation leading to the production of safe, efficacious and compliant therapeutics. The Manufacturing Manager, Upstream will oversee the cGMP production and Upstream manufacturing systems working 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.

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Material Control Coordinator

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies U.S.A., Inc. is seeking a Material Control Coordinator to work in our Biotechnology Manufacturing Plant in RTP, NC.

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Materials Management Specialist II

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: Under limited supervision of the Sr. Manager, Materials Management, the Materials Specialist II is responsible for the accurate receipt, verification, record keeping, distribution, and shipment of materials and goods. Functional job responsibilities will include but are not limited to:

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Principal Scientist Group Leader

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies U.S.A., Inc. is seeking a Principal Scientist Group Leader in our Upstream Process Development group. The successful candidate will be responsible for managing a group of scientists and providing technical or scientific leadership within the research and development organization. The individual typically leads multiple projects, is expected to identify and resolve complex technical project issues, and handles administrative and managerial duties for the group. This includes providing ongoing coaching and feedback, performance management and ensuring that the goals of the group are met.

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Process Maintenance Lead Technician

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Process Maintenance Lead Technician, under the supervision of the Process Maintenance Supervisor will be the individual primarily responsible for providing operational, maintenance, monitoring, and troubleshooting support for manufacturing process areas equipment in support of both the Texas Biological Facility (TBF) and the Flexible Biological Facility FBF (TLVF) on behalf of Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnology Texas (FDBT). The Process Maintenance Lead Technician will direct and coach other technicians and contractors ensuring safe, proper and efficient hands-on operation and maintenance, both routine and corrective of all process manufacturing equipment including but not limited to fermenters, bioreactors, tanks, chromatography columns, filtration skids, autoclaves, washers, centrifuges, mixers, agitators, and related support equipment such as pumps, fans, motors, valves, traps, etc. Maintenance activities would include troubleshooting, preventative and corrective interventions. This position will be required to use technical manuals, on-line resources and OEM representatives to maintain the equipment operational with a minimum of downtime. This position will be responsible for taking the lead in developing, changing and documenting maintenance procedures and training associates in the proper execution of these procedures. This position will work with other maintenance and technical trades, such as manufacturing operators, engineers, calibrations, validation and quality to help maintain these systems operational and in GMP condition. Strict adherence to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), cGMPs and Quality Standards in a Pharmaceutical Manufacturing facility are mandatory. The Process Maintenance Lead Technician will also be involved in the installation and connection of new process equipment on arrival and assist with any commissioning and qualification activity as required. This position will also work in support of the Environment, Health and Safety personnel (EHS) to ensure the systems are operated safely and within limits.

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Process Maintenance Supervisor

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Process Maintenance Supervisor, under the supervision of the Director or Associate Director, Facilities Engineering, will be responsible to oversee all the process equipment at B100/B200 including the day-to-day aspects of maintenance and support; preventive and corrective maintenance, outages and shutdown scheduling and vendor management, on behalf of FDBT. The Process Maintenance Supervisor will be responsible for oversight the maintenance and troubleshooting support through strict adherence to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and cGMPs in a Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Facility. The Process Maintenance Supervisor will be the main contact for covering the maintenance needs of the B100 and B200 process equipment, and with assigned personnel and/or contractors maintain the process equipment operational with a minimum of downtime.

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Process Maintenance Technician III

  • College Station, Texas

The Process Maintenance Technician, under the supervision of the Process Maintenance Supervisor will be the individual primarily responsible for providing operational, maintenance, and troubleshooting support for manufacturing process areas equipment in support of both the Texas Biological Facility (TBF) and the Flexible Biological Facility (FBF) on behalf of Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnology Texas (FDBT).

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Project Director

  • College Station, Texas

The Project Director will be responsible for the planning and delivery of programs from the point of contract signature (Scope of Work/Letter of Intent/ Contract) to 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 through program closure. The Project Director ensures the organization provides services in alignment with contractual commitments to the clients and the Company’s vision/mission (strategy and compliance).

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QA Director

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies U.S.A., Inc. is seeking a QA Director. The successful candidate is responsible for site Quality Assurance functions and cGMP Compliance. This position manages Quality Assurance staff to develop, implement, administer, and continuously improve quality systems, documentation, and practices. These systems are expected to meet cGMP and corporate quality expectations. The QA Director also manages quality assurance operations support of manufacturing, quality control, analytical development, process development, supply chain, and engineering to meet site business objectives. Quality operations support includes all Quality Assurance functions to facilitate process development, manufacture, and release of APIs throughout the program lifecycle. We are a biotechnology API contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) with customer programs from early development through commercial manufacturing. The QA Director must be able to provide quality and compliance leadership utilizing phase appropriate quality standards and cGMPs to meet the dynamic needs of our customer programs.

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Quality Assurance Analyst III

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Quality Assurance (QA) Analyst III, under minimal direction, will be responsible for providing QA oversight of cGMP activities for manufacture of monoclonal antibodies, vaccines and gene therapies for early and late stage development and commercial manufacturing, with a focus on supporting qualification\validation of equipment, software and facilities.

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Quality Control Manager, Microbiology

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

It’s an exciting time to be joining FUJIFILM…..

We are currently hiring for a Quality Control Manager – Microbiology for our beautiful, state of the art Durham location.

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R&D Manufacturing Senior Scientist (12 Month Contract)

  • United Kingdom, Billingham

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 our 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 an R&D Manufacturing Senior Scientist for a period of 12 months fixed term to join the Company.

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Scientist, Upstream Process Development

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: 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. Projects include, but are not limited to, cell and virus culture, cell banking, batch and fed batch processing and in-process testing. The successful candidate will also participate in process verification/validation of transferred processes.

The individual should display strong technical knowledge and scientific understanding of cell and virus culture, expansion, harvest, medium development, clone selection and development, and DOE studies, as well as having experience in process development with both small and large process scales for vaccine development. The individual will lead multiple projects and is expected to provide significant scientific and technical contributions within the Process Development Group and will work closely with other Departments to develop strong working relationships.

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Senior Director Operations

  • Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies U.S.A., Inc. is seeking a Sr. Director, Operations. The successful candidate is partnered directly with Manufacturing at a senior leadership level and is a member of the FDBU Site Leadership team. This role will be responsible for directing and overseeing all aspects of the Facilities, Engineering Services and Supply Chain 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, delivery of on time materials supporting manufacturing needs.

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Senior Manufacturing Lead – Downstream

  • College Station, Texas

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

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Senior Manufacturing Lead – Upstream

  • College Station, Texas

The Senior Manufacturing Lead – Upstream will lead a team and work directly with a range of technologies following aseptic techniques and procedures in a cGMP environment.

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Sr. Principal Scientist Group Leader, Upstream Process Development

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Sr. 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.

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Sr. Quality Specialist

  • College Station, Texas

Summary:
The Sr. Quality Specialist will work under limited supervision closely with FDBT Project Directors and Customer Project Managers to assure Quality Control and Quality Assurance deliverables and timelines are managed and met. This position will also be directly responsible for leading quality improvement projects.

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Sr. Training Specialist

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: This position is responsible for the design, development, maintenance, and delivery of technical training. Prepare training design documents and manage instructional design projects. Create and own the train-the-trainer program.

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Sr. Validation Manager/Validation Manager

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Validation Manager/Validation Senior Manager, will be responsible for drafting and executing cleaning, process validation, utility, process systems and process support systems qualification test work. Preparing validation summary reports for the qualification and validation of systems used to manufacture drug or biologics products.

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Training Specialist

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: This position is responsible for assisting with the design, development, maintenance, and delivery of technical training. Assist in preparing training design documents and managing instructional design projects. Create and own specific train-the-trainer programs.

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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, NCTM

  • College Station, Texas

Summary: The Utilities Maintenance Supervisor, NCTM, under the supervision of the Director or Associate Director, Facilities Engineering, will be responsible for day-to-day aspects of operating and maintaining the facility utilities in support of the National Center for Therapeutic Manufacturing (NCTM), on behalf of FDBT. The Utilities Maintenance Supervisor will be the lead maintenance and utility contact for covering the maintenance needs of the NCTM utilities, and with assigned personnel or contractors maintain the utility equipment. This positon will also provide support for proper installation of new utilities equipment, 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; and with Procurement for development of repair parts inventories and spare parts strategies; and with Calibration manager as needed. The Utilities Supervisor will also develop and modify Preventative Maintenance strategies for full utility operations when finished.

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Utilities Maintenance Technician II (2nd Shift)

  • College Station, Texas

The Utilities Maintenance Technician, under the supervision of the Utilities Maintenance Supervisor will be the individual primarily responsible for providing operational, maintenance, and troubleshooting support for utilities equipment in support of multiple facilities including the Texas Biological Facility (TBF), the Flexible Biological Facility (FBF) and the National Center for Therapeutic Manufacturing (NCTM) on behalf of Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnology Texas (FDBT).

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Virology Associate

  • College Station, Texas

The Virology Associate will be involved in the growth of both adherent and suspension cells, the creation of cell and virus banks, virus expansion and cultivation, and the use and development of assays to titer and identify virus and monitor expression of gene of interest with moderate supervision.

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