Senior Manager, Capital Delivery
As a privately-owned, biopharmaceutical company, Ferring pioneers and delivers life-changing therapies that help people build families and live better lives. Our independence helps us cultivate an entrepreneurial spirit and long-term perspective that enables us to achieve growth and scale, while remaining agile and true to our ‘people first’ philosophy. Built on a 70-year plus commitment to science and research, Ferring is relentless in its pursuit of science that drives powerful discoveries and therapies to help people build families, stay healthy, and stand up to the world’s oldest enemy: disease.
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At Ferring, we offer competitive total compensation along with an exceptional range of flexible benefits, personal support and tailored learning and development opportunities all designed to help you realize your full potential both in life and at work. From working hours that respect your lifestyle, a culture that is welcoming and equitable, and the chance to work with the industry’s most impressive people, these are just some of the ways we live our "People First" philosophy.
The Sr. Manager, Capital Delivery is an experienced project professional responsible for leading a combination of planning and execution of activities related to delivery of projects and/or financial/budgeting activity for their teams. This leader will directly manage portfolio of capital projects and lifecycle execution of these capital projects with project control methodologies. This role will provide guidance and apply their knowledge to deliver the portfolio of capital projects on schedule and within budget. Proactively identifies barriers to successful outcomes and partners with leadership teams to overcome these barriers. Leads scoping, structuring, and coordinating across multiple stakeholders.
Utilize experience and strong pharmaceutical project and construction management skills to manage multiple complex capital projects and initiatives simultaneously for various stakeholders using cross-functional project teams
Utilize broad knowledge of the functional requirements of pharmaceutical facilities and engineering best practices to ensure that appropriate internal and external resources are incorporated into the project design and execution
Creates user requirements and uses engineering knowledge to guide stakeholders in understanding of trade-offs among cost, schedule, function, operations, and risk
Aligns expectations with the project team and stakeholders applying appropriate standards, guidelines, regulations, and procedures.
Develops and formalizes baseline project management plans at execution level granularity of tasks, resource requirements, so that critical path and expenditures can be identified and managed
Monitors milestones and task activities to ensure timely completion of project deliverables
Manage communication flows to project stakeholders, including team members, management, program, and functional organizations
Responsible for managing constructability reviews, approval of submittals, field execution, commissioning protocol development and execution, and oversight and review of validation plan and regulatory submission strategy
Act as coach and mentor to other members of the Engineering Team and SMEs on project teams to drive continuous improvement, knowledge transfer, and professional growth
Identify areas to drive down project costs through lessons learned and develop specific improvement strategies to realize savings
Strong understanding of construction terminology and legal content of construction contracts and documents
Determines own instructions and procedures on day-to-day tasks and new assignments
Drive the complete execution of assigned projects in manner that drives high engagement from project team members
Exhibit strong project leadership and effective decision-making skills
Lead and promote effective teamwork and troubleshooting
Develop five year capital plan for end of life equipment and manufacturing demand for equipment
Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering
A minimum of seven (7) years experience of Capital Delivery management in pharmaceutical/process industry setting
A minimum of seven (7) years experience working in a cGMP manufacturing environment with knowledge CFR requirements
Excellent written and verbal communication skills required
Proficiency in Microsoft Project, Word, and Excel
Excellent organization and communication skills
Lead by example through strong work ethics and high standards
Extensive knowledge of GMP requirements and regulations
Personal competencies: Self-awareness, integrity, team player, continuous learner
Ability to think and act both strategically and tactically
Familiar with pharmaceutical industry guidelines such as ISPE Baseline Guides, ISO, and ASME BPE
Familiarity with FDA current Good Manufacturing Practices
Familiarity with FDA regulations relating to biologic and drug products
Occasional stooping, bending, stretching, pushing, pulling, reaching and/or light lifting may be required
Ability to sit, stand, walk and move within workspace for extended periods
Ability to perform repetitive tasks including grasping, pushing and pulling
Ability to climb ladders and work in elevated areas
Minimal travel in North America and possibly abroad
Environment may include working in office or in a laboratory/manufacturing area
Environment may include working at heights, in cold temperature, and/or constricted spaces
Ability to work safely when working alone or working with others
Join our team and your voice will be heard, and your contributions will be valued. If you love to come up with new ways to make a positive difference and see them through, you will fit right in.
We are proud to be an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer (including Disability/Protected Veterans). We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
Ferring offers a competitive total compensation package inclusive of but not limited to the following benefits: medical, dental, vision, 401(k), vacation policy, paid holidays, sick days, paid maternity/paternity leave, tuition reimbursement, flexible savings accounts, short-term disability, long-term disability, life and AD&D insurance.