Sop Writing In Philadelphia
We're growing pharmaceutical firm located within a 30 minute drive north of philadelphia on the i-95 corridor.
We are currently undertaking an upgrade project to our sop's in operations. We have a need for one or two consultants that can help up by:
1) engaging with staff to understand the processes
2) make suggestions for improvement
3) develop flow charts and update / rework / add sop's as necessary
4) develop supporting materials for employee training and skills verification.
The ideal candidates will have
- 5 to 10 years of experience in pharmaceutical technical operations. Bs/ms in science, engineering or industrial pharmacy.
- firsthand experience in in one or more of the following: manufacturing, packaging, facilities, engineering, equipment, supply chain, warehousing, and material management practices.
- firsthand experience writing / modifying sop's in a regulated environment. Familiarity with change control practices common in the pharmaceutical industry.
- excellent written and oral communications skills
- ability to interact with staff at all organizational levels including operators, supervisors and senior management.
- intermediate to strong skills with ms office specifically ms word, excel and visio.
This project is expected to last 6 months and will require significant on-site time. Candidates local to the southern bucks county pa / i-95 corridor area are highly preferred+26 Other Responses
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the u.S. Missile defense system managed by boeing co on sunday hit a simulated enemy missile over the pacific in the first successful intercept test of the program since 2008, the u.S. Defense department said. The successful intercept will help validate the troubled boeing-run ground-based midcourse defense (gmd) system which provides the sole u.S. Defense against long-range ballistic missiles, and the raytheon co kill vehicle that separates from the rocket and hits an incoming warhead.
This is a very important step in our continuing efforts to improve and increase the reliability of our homeland ballistic missile defense system, said missile defense agency (mda) director vice admiral james syring. He said the agency would continue its ongoing drive to ensure that the ground-based interceptors and overall homeland defense system were effective and dependable.
Reuters reported on friday that the pentagon is restructuring its $3.48 billion contract with boeing for management of the missile defense system to put more emphasis on maintenance and reliability. Sunday's high-stakes test came after the system had failed to hit a dummy missile in five of eight previous tests since the bush administration rushed to deploy the system in 2004 to counter growing threats by north korea.
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