Pfizer Production Lead I APS Injectable Filling 2nd Shif in Kalamazoo, Michigan

ROLE SUMMARYThe Production Lead is responsible for providing detailed technical training to work team colleagues. Liaison between work team and maintenance for repairs and preventative maintenance. Generates work orders and insures work is completed correctly in a timely manner. Also responsible for supporting the work team operation to ensure that applicable safety guidelinesolicies are followed, and that all tasks are conducted in accordance with appropriate processing standards, such as FDA's current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs).ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES•Assists in the development of operator care task sheets.•Develop training components, provide training, and help track training and status through PLS for colleagues.•Establish efficient processes, monitoring specific results, and improve identified process opportunities.•Assist in identifying problems and solutions using M1.•Serve as technical subject matter expert for the work team and provide support for equipment related deviations.•Work with engineering by participating in developing equipment specifications, user requirements, capital scope development, FAT/SAT support and qualification activities.•Work with procurement and packaging engineering to monitor component issues and conduct feasibility assessments/line trials as needed.•Assist in the development of IQ/OQ/PQ documents.•Review and approve GCR documents.•Production Lead will work with the aseptic area training and quality to develop, implement, and execute aseptic technique and behavior training, assessments, and auditing.•As directed by supervision, the Production Lead may be responsible for day to day floor operations, daily line assignments, serving as person in charge in the absence of a supervisor, attending scheduling meetings, filling out the daily shift report, writing QAR's, writing PTVA's, OEE, and reviewing and requesting SOP and document revisions.BASIC QUALIFICATIONS•Education: High school diploma / general education degree (GED) plus either an Associates degree or related experience (e.g. current or previous Pfizer colleague; Manufacturing, Packaging or Veterans/Military relevant experience) proficiency at level that meets "Role" and/or "test" requirements; some related training/experience; basic administrative and/or standardized, semi-skilled work routines; operation of non-complex technical and/or mechanical tools and equipment.•Experience:Five years related experience and/or training. Experience in specific work area is desired.•Language Skills: Demonstrated good oral and written communication skills•Mathematical Skills: Basic math skills including percentages, multiplication and division.•Reasoning Ability: Ability to analyze and troubleshoot systems and equipment.•Physical Demands: Bending, lifting, and twisting as required.•Work Environment: Colleague must work near moving mechanical parts. The noise level in the work environment may on occasion be loud. Use of hearing protection may be required and eye protection is required. Work in an Aseptic environment.•Leader behaviors are an important part of this position especially teamwork, integrity, open discussion and debate, and performance. Leader behaviors are an integral part of the job and should be demonstrated at all times.PHYSICAL/MENTAL REQUIREMENTS•Position involves extensive lifting, sitting, standing, walking, repetitive motion, flexibility, aseptic gowning, and routine weekend work.NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS•Aseptic Gowning required.•Routine Week