Master’s degree as Bio-Engineer, Process Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Industrial Pharmacist, Chemist, Biologist or proven experience.
Minimum 3 years of experience in the (bio)pharmaceutical industry.
Experience in aseptic manufacturing, drug product process design, process performance qualification (PPQ), equipment design (URS, DV) and qualification (IQ, OQ, PQ).
Knowledge of aseptic manufacturing practices.
Knowledge of bulk, aseptic filling and visual inspection processes.
Knowledge of design and qualification of single use systems (e.g. assembly, bag, tank).
Excellent communication skills to work within cross-functional teams.
Fluent in French and English (reading, writing and speaking).
Respectful behaviour, resourceful, team player, flexible, empathic and good problem-solving mind, open minded & stress resistant.
As NPI Project Coordinator Support, you will join a dynamic team under the responsibility of the NPI Coordinator.
The open position as “NPI Project Coordinator Support” is to ensure completion of the different objectives in the current projects to deliver the drug product (DP) units on time to supply.
The typical department projects are Clinical trials to prepare the new molecules for its commercial launch, technical transfers, process/equipment validation and projects linked with department growth.
Support design and implement an efficient DP manufacturing process.
Project coordinator activities support.
Ownership of SOPs cycle (writing, follow, actions): for new SOPs generated in the project and the modifications of existents.
Equipment procedures (writing, follow, actions and personnel training support).
AUSY Life Sciences is looking for a PMO or a mission until the end of September in a pharmaceutical industry located in Wavre. Applications accepted until 17/05/2021For more info : firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you want to be part of a fast growing team?Are you passionate about electronics?Do you have project management ambition?Are you eager to develop new business?Do you get more energy by dealing with clients?