Amgen Manufacturing Associate in Singapore, Singapore
Amgen Singapore Manufacturing is looking for energetic staff members to fill manufacturing associate I positions in Amgen’s new Singapore facility. After training is completed, this position will be required to work on a rotational overnight shift. Amgen’s state-of-the-art biotechnology manufacturing and process development capabilities help us realize the potential of our pipeline for patients around the world. The new Amgen facility is capable of manufacturing both clinical and commercial products.
Under general supervision, the manufacturing associate will support daily production requirements throughout the facility. Operations, maintenance and analytical testing will be performed according to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Job Plans, as required. The Associate Manufacturing will perform and monitor critical processes, execute routine validation protocols, and prepare documents such as Batch Records, SOPs and technical reports. They will perform basic troubleshooting and assist in the review of documentation for assigned functions. The Associate Manufacturing may participate on cross-functional teams, have the responsibility of owning NC/CAPAs, and may identify, recommend and implement improvements related to routine functions.
Only candidates who apply via www.amgen.com/careers will be considered.
Amgen retains the right to add or change the duties of the position at any time.
As an EEO/AA M/F/V/D employer, Amgen values and encourages diversity in the workplace
Education / Licenses
- Undergraduate degree or diploma in Science or Engineering.
Competencies / Skills
Fluency in written and spoken English
1 year of experience in regulated environment
Experience and basic troubleshooting skills with laboratory and process equipment
Experience with Emerson DeltaV, OSI PI, LIMS, TrackWise
Ability to understand, apply and evaluate basic chemistry, biology and physical principles
Ability to adhere to regulatory requirements, written procedures and safety guidelines
Ability to evaluate documentation/data according to company and regulatory guidelines
Ability to interact with inspectors (internal and external)
Ability to interpret and apply Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) knowledge
Basic statistical mathematical skills
Ability to organize work, handle multiple priorities and meet deadlines
Demonstrated written and oral communication skills
Technical writing capabilities
Proficient presentation and facilitation skills
Detail oriented as well as flexible and adaptable to changing priorities and requirements
Ability to perform computer operations, such as ability to navigate in MS Office and complete
Computer Based Training (CBT)
Understanding of analytical methods
Ability and willingness to work any shift in support of operations that may include 24/7