The Bioprocess Technician (BPT) IV will be knowledgeable of process equipment and systems, manufacturing operations, and automation control (PLC, Delta V, etc), and their primary responsibility will be to plan for and execute process and equipment operation activities during manufacturing operations. The BPT IV will perform on the floor analytical assays and will assist with production planning and provide support coordinating production activities across applicable Manufacturing functional areas that include: solution preparation, upstream processing, downstream processing and Drug Product filling. The BPT IV will be accountable for the required training, documentation and technical completion of work as required in a regulated cGMP environment.

The BPT IV provides process execution and equipment operational activities in support of cGMP commercial manufacturing. Provides organizing role to ensure appropriate scheduling of activities and ensure production supplies are available for the day’s operations. The BPT IV works directly with Management, Leads/Coordinators and Process Engineers in the resolution of issues to fulfill manufacturing requirements during the shift of operation. The BPT IV conducts all activities that are in accordance with company policies & SOPs, Pfizer Values, and global regulatory guidelines (including cGMP/cGLP/cGCP), environmental guidelines, as appropriate, etc. Advises management of non-conformance issues and opportunities for continuous improvement.


The incumbent is a skilled manufacturing technician/operator with knowledge of any of the following: solution preparation, upstream processing, downstream processing and Drug Product filling. The incumbent is knowledgeable of required processing unit operations and control systems needed for operations. The incumbent performs scientific and operational tasks related to commercial manufacturing.

Job responsibilities include:

+ Organize daily functions and work in concert with Bioprocessing Technicians in executing those functions in a safe, compliant, and efficient manner to maintain production schedules. Must be able to make recommendations to changes in the schedule and recommendations to re-direct activities as necessary to minimize impact to quality, compliance and timelines.

+ In addition to on the floor analytical testing, processing, cleaning, and operating major process equipment (tanks, bioreactors , ultrafiltration units, centrifuges, etc.), job duties also include routine production preparation tasks such as preparing production glassware and other equipment by operating industrial washers and autoclaves, use calibrated scales to weigh out dry components and use graduated cylinders and flasks to measure liquids. Also, performs analytical activities such as: performing sample dilutions, pH, and conductivity readings.

+ Requires understanding of scientific principles, operational aspects of production equipment, automation control


**High school diploma with a minimum of three years manufacturing or pharmaceutical experience; OR Associate’s Degree with two years of industry experience; OR Bachelor’s Degree required.**


+ Moderate repetitive standing, sitting, bending, ladder climbing, pushing and lifting (up to 40lbs) required on a daily basis.

+ Ability to perform mathematical calculations, follow procedure, complete proper documentation, and learn new processes.


16/5 coverage via 8 hour rotating shifts (1st and 2nd) with overtime through June of 2021. In August 2021, area will move to 24/7 coverage via 12 hour set shifts with overtime.

**Additional Job Details**

+ Last Date to Apply for Job: 6/24/2021

+ Eligible for Referral Bonus

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