Sanofi Group Research Associate, Tech Pilot Plant in Framingham, Massachusetts
The Technical Pilot Plant operations group (TPP) is responsible for the execution of large-scale manufacturing of biological molecules to support early and late stage development processes. As part of the Bioprocess Engineering (BPE) organization within Global CMC Development, TPP works closely with other Mammalian Cell Platform groups in support of development projects.
The Downstream Purification group scales-up and performs purification processes transferred from the Purification Process Development group with the goal of enabling robust technology transfers to clinical and commercial manufacturing facilities. TPP-DSP executes and supports technology innovation projects aimed at process improvements and reducing cost of goods.
We are looking for candidates for the position of Research Associate. This individual will join a high-performing, collaborative team in support of early and late stage drug programs.
Use scientific concepts to scale-up purification operations.
Collaborate with members of molecule development team to implement robust process scale-up and technology transfers.
Anticipate potential purification issues and formulate mitigation strategies.
Continuously improve workflows through analysis, innovation and implementation of new technologies.
Aggregate and format purification data to share with stakeholders.
Compose standard operating procedures, batch records and technical reports.
Identify and support evaluation of new purification technologies.
Coordinate metrology activities.
Maintaining adequate supply levels.
Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Biochemistry, or related discipline.
Ability to work within a team and set priorities.
Work flexible hours when required.
Strong organizational and communication skills.
Ability to lift 30 pounds and move mobile equipment.
Ability to gown and gain entry to manufacturing areas.
Must have permanent US work authorization
Previous experience in a protein purification lab or pilot plant.
Proficient with Unicorn software.
Familiarity with GMP or GLP.
Experience with filtration technologies such as ultrafiltration and viral filtration.
Experience with biopharmaceutical single use technologies.
Demonstrated proficiency in oral and written communication, an innovative problem solver and proven ability to recognize and recommend areas for improvement.
Demonstrated commitment to continuous improvement.
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