US-CA, Instrumentation Manager SR0035093-MZ
Takeda is a patient-focused, values-based, R&D-driven global biopharmaceutical company committed to bringing Better Health and a Brighter Future to people worldwide. Our passion and pursuit of potentially life-changing treatments for patients are deeply rooted in over 230 years of distinguished history in Japan.
Every vial has a name is a core value at our Thousand Oaks CA campus, a multiproduct facility with over 20 years of operational expertise. We have an excellent opportunity for a high performing Instrumentation Manager. The selected candidate must provide thought leadership and demonstrated ability to coach and influence at the executive level and across the broader organization. In addition, the selected candidate must have a proven track record of ensuring safety, quality, delivery and cost are achieved in support of the business strategy. The selected candidate, with minimal direction, will lead, manage, plan, and supervise the facility, utility and equipment calibration programs for both operations and QC. Responsible for supporting all calibration efforts including repair, troubleshooting, and new installation. The selected candidate is responsible for managing and coordinating metrology activities to maintain optimum operation of facility and production equipment in full compliance with SOPs, cGMPs, and FDA regulations.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Define group objectives in alignment with Plant Services Department and Global Engineering Team
Track and routinely present group performance objectives to Senior Management
Responsible for preparing budget, overall spending in Reliability Engineering cost center and meeting forecasts.
Participates with Maintenance Management team to develop and improve processes and operations in maintenance functions.
Support, review, assess and counsel engineering project teams regarding all areas of maintenance impact; such as, layout, design for maintainability, component standardization and spare parts/ material optimization.
Participates with Operations to development and improve Equipment Reliability, Preventive/Predictive Maintenance, and CMMS Data Collection and Operation.
Participate in internal and external regulatory audits, including FDA,EMEA and OSHA.
Perform regular reviews with Reliability Engineering Staff to ensure personnel performance and development.
Interact with Global Reliability Engineering team to build standards across the network and provide input to Divisional Procedures.
Extensive experience with current best practices for asset management including, Preventive Maintenance, Reliability Engineering, RCM, FMEA etc.
Successful track record of managing wide-ranging activities within a business unit.
Manage, identify, hire, develop and recognize staff of Maintenance Reliability Engineers
May perform other duties as assigned.
Education & Experience Requirements
B.S in an Engineering field is required.
Must have 8-10 years of overall Engineering experience and at least 3 years of experience leading engineering projects for an FDA regulated facility in a cGMP environment.
Key Skills and Competencies
Demonstrates leadership skills.
Knowledge of cGMP manufacturing.
Thorough understanding of international Regulatory requirements for pharmaceutical Maintenance Systems.
Must have excellent organizational, verbal and written communication skills; Able to efficiently communicate with cross-functional teams and management on recommended course of action, with minimal assistance.
Must have proficient computer skills and be experienced using CMMS systems. Experience with JD Edwards desired.
Has the ability to prioritize multiple tasks and work on multiple projects simultaneously.
Must be a self-starter, detail oriented and able to work independently with minimal supervision.
Must embrace working in a fast-paced, team-oriented, cross-functional environment.
Employee maybe required to manage hazardous wastes in compliance with company procedures & State/Federal/Local hazardous waste regulations. Duties may include: Identifying, handling, generating, accumulating, storing, labeling, and on-site transporting of hazardous wastes.
Living our leadership behaviors is a basic expectation for all Takeda employees. Takeda expects all employees to embody the following:
Other Job Components
Must be able to work in controlled or clean room environments requiring special gowning. Will be required to follow gowning requirements and wear protective clothing over the head, face, hands, feet and body. No make-up, jewelry, contact lenses, nail polish or artificial fingernails may be worn in these work environments.
May be exposed to sunlight and heat, may work in a cold and wet work environment.
May be exposed to dust, gases, and fumes.
May be around moving equipment and machinery.
May climb up and into large processing tanks for cleaning or inspection.
May be working in a loud area that requires hearing protection and other protective equipment to be worn.
May work around chemicals such as alcohol, acids, buffers that may require respiratory protection.
May be required to work or be assigned to a different shift as needed.
Must be able to work more than 8 hours a day or 40 hours a workweek as required.
This position requires shift, weekend and holiday work.
May be required to work in a confined area as defined by the Environmental, Health, & Safety office
Possible exposure to cool/hot storage conditions.
Will have interaction with other people.
Pace may be fast and job completion demands may be high.
Must be able to lift, push, pull and carry up to 50 lbs.
In general, the position requires a combination of sedentary work and walking around observing conditions in the facility.
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