Packaging Supervisor 6A-6P

Operations Seymour, Indiana


Description

JOB SUMMARY:

The packaging supervisor is responsible for all solid dose filling/labeling/secondary pharmaceutical-packaging activities, with the primary focus of producing a quality packaged product in a timely manner. The supervisor works directly with their employees to provide leadership and direction, this includes ensuring that regulations for pharmaceutical packaging are followed i.e. GMP compliance, having trained operators, safety regulations, and implementation of new packaging technologies.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Develop schedules working with other supervisors as necessary.
• Provide daily guidance to operators to assign work activities.
• Address any problems identified in the production activity. Involve packaging associate director as appropriate.
• Ensure on a daily basis that all areas are compliant in terms of adherence to SOP’s and PBR’s.
• Work with other supervisors on a daily basis to optimize staffing through employee resource reallocations.
• Communication with maintenance on equipment issues.
• Troubleshoot and lend (SAP) Inventory support to employees.
• Capable of writing deviations and entering in track wise.
• Develop yearly goals for operators and support their achievement of said goals.
• Perform annual reviews of operators including goal review.
• Review SOP’s and PBR’s on a routine basis to ensure that they are compliant.
• Write new SOP’s along with associate director to ensure all activities are properly described in SOP form.
• Participate in manufacturing activity when business needs exist and also to further direct understanding of activities.
• Ensure all safety conditions are proper in the area and encourage safe working environment/practices.
• Support all necessary Product Development activities in the function area.
• Support Packaging area functional goals.
• Participate in special projects as necessary.

REQUIRED EDUCATION:

Bachelor’s Degree

QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE:

• Five years in pharmaceutical, medical device, chemical, or related industry can be substituted in lieu of education.
• Solid technical/process knowledge for all equipment in the area which will be supervised.
• Capable of meeting schedules and deadlines.
• Strong knowledge of and proven adherence to cGMPs.

SPECIFIC SKILLS:

• Strong communication/leadership skills with all levels.
• Strong organizational skills.
• Solid technical writing capabilities.
• Strong SAP Inventory Skills.