The DBX Supervisor is responsible for all activities and personnel related to processing DBX tissue. They assign personnel and arrange the work schedule for processing. The supervisor monitors daily processing to assure safety and quality standards are being maintained and Standard Operating Procedures are followed. Additionally, the supervisor's duties includes, working on projects, NCR’s, Master Control documents, and performing observations of processing personnel.
Supervise the daily work activities of Team Leaders and Technicians involved in processing DBX tissue to ensure quality and safety standards are met.
Hire and assist with training of technicians and support personnel.
Responsible for the training, quality and donor yield on his/her shift(s).
Perform weekly quality observations.
Hold weekly team meetings.
Perform routine and yearly evaluations for Team Leaders and Technicians.
Maintain PTO time and perform payroll approvals.
Work closely with R&D and Process Engineering to support new process improvements.
Promote teamwork and a positive attitude.
Maintain a thorough knowledge of DBX tissue forms.
Create and implement corrective action plans.
Assist in the flow of tissue in and out of the facility.
Update and help maintain Standard Operating Procedures as needed.
Is able to perform any and all duties of a Process Technician.
Assist on special projects and performs additional duties as assigned. (exempt)
Minimum two years experience in one of the following areas:
Previous experience in a supervisory/leadership position.
High school diploma required. College coursework in life sciences preferred.
Knowledge of CGMPs or QSRs.
Basic computer skills.
Strong organization and communication skills.
Ability to work independently.
Must be able to maintain a working knowledge of the Standard Operating Procedures.
Must be able to stand for long periods of time and work for up to four hours without a rest break.
Able to lift 40 pounds.
- Tissue banking, surgical technician or nurse.
- Production experience in a sterile environment in the pharmaceutical, medical or medical device fields