The Director of Facilities will be responsible for leading the Facilities and Environmental, Health and Safety (EH&S) departments in accordance with current Good Manufacturing Practices, ISO requirements, and local, state and federal environmental and safety regulations. The position will be accountable for developing and maintaining facilities and infrastructure strategies that shall meet Ocular’s short and long-term manufacturing and R&D requirements. Strong cross functional collaboration is essential. This individual, in conjunction with the Quality organization, shall establish a continuous improvement culture in pursuit of industry recognized best practices that achieve regulatory requirements with regard to the preventative maintenance and calibration management programs. This position is accountable to oversee and manage the Facility organization in ensuring the delivery of optimal operating performance/results for mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems while achieving compliance with local, state and federal regulations.
Provide strategic and tactical project management to the Company’s early and late stage project teams. Work collaboratively with the project teams and will manage and integrate the diverse drug development activities in key areas that include discovery, product development, CMC and clinical manufacturing, regulatory affairs, clinical development, commercial and finance. The successful candidate will be a confident leader, with attention to detail and the ability to drive progress within the project team.
The Buyer will be responsible for creating and tracking purchase orders. Answering vendor questions and providing them with additional order documentation as needed. The successful candidate for this position has experience in the manufacturing industry and strong understanding of supply chain management concepts.
We are seeking an experienced R&D Engineer/Scientist to execute drug development project activities for hydrogel-based drug product candidates. The role includes but is not limited to formulation and process development, product design and evaluation, preclinical batch manufacture, and GMP manufacture of clinical trial material. This individual will execute assigned project activities and work with project team members to develop and manufacture the drug products. They may oversee the execution of project tasks and monitor the activities and deliverables of project aspects in a leadership role. The position is set in a dynamic and fast-paced environment.
The Manufacturing Engineer II/III shall support diverse commercial product and new product development projects for medical device and pharmaceutical products, the manufacturing organization, and all facility related engineering projects and ongoing maintenance. Lead cross-functional teams to resolve issues that may arise during manufacturing, such as deviations and investigations, and implementation of solutions.