Shire Documentation Specialist II in Lexington, Massachusetts
The Process Documentation Writer II is responsible for the development, creation, and revision of controlled manufacturing documentation in accordance with GMP standards. Will partner with SME’s from cross-functional teams to ensure that all controlled documents being revised contain pertinent information pertaining to process, product, and equipment specifications and are mastered within project timelines.
The Process Documentation Writer II will manage documentation review and revision process. Establish all documentation review and revision projected timelines and set priorities. Support development of business tools in an effort to increase department efficiencies.
The Process Documentation Writer II will develop and implement best practices, standards, templates or guidelines that will result in consistent, reproducible operational and business processes.
Responsible for GMP documentation process in support of manufacturing operations including:
Initiate and revise SOPs, Batch Records, and Form Preps.
With minimal supervision, manage all documentation timelines.
Ensure documents are reviewed periodically to meet or exceed compliance expectations.
Identify and lead required documentation revisions.
Address Next Revision Suggestion Form (NRSF) items.
Provide expertise and leverage best practices to technicians and support groups when reviewing draft SOPs and Batch Records/Form Preps.
Partner with support groups and consult with supervisors and technicians to coordinate documents for major projects or change management.
Responsible for partnering with support groups for the timely initiation and completion of change controls, CAPAs and subsequent action items.
With minimal supervision, develop timelines for documentation revisions and reviews to align with Quality System needs.
Own and manage CAPA and Quality System Action Items resulting from documentation revision work flows.
Monitor and trend effectiveness of documentation modifications
Challenge system and look for areas of improvement to increase efficiencies and decrease document cycle times
Monitor and trend effectiveness of documentation modifications.
Support coordination of documents related to major projects or changes to process or systems.
Develop and manage documentation schedules to meet project timelines.
Education & Experience Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent combination of education and relevant experience)
2 – 6 years relevant experience in a life-sciences related field.
Previous technical writing experience required.
Is identified as a Subject Matter Expert in the Documentation Revision and Review process.
Directs the efforts of others such as project team members and outside resources.
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