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Wockhardt Limited
Wockhardt is a true Indian Multi-National Company with a multi-ethnic workforce of 8600 Associates from 21 different nationalities globally. We have 3 research centers and 12 manufacturing plants, with businesses ranging from the manufacturing and marketing of Pharmaceutical and Bio-pharmaceutical formulations, Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs) and Vaccines.
The company has successfully created an integrated multi-technology capability to manufacture all types of dosage forms including sterile injectables and lyophilized products. Highly skilled technicians operate 12 manufacturing facilities that are US FDA, UK MHRA and EMEA compliant sites in India, the US and Europe.
It is with immense joy and pride we share with you that Wockhardt Group has won 3 awards in "Great Place To Work" contest, for 2015. Great Place to Work is a global research firm that identifies great workplaces. The three awards won by the Wockhardt Group are:
1. India's Best Companies To Work For 2015 : Top 100
2. India's Best Companies To Work For 2015 : Industry Best (1st place)
3. India's One of the Best Companies for Unique Initiatives - 2015 (3rd place)
We have been recognized by renowned institutions worldwide for our aim to provide quality healthcare, including the Europe Business Assembly, Oxford, Great Britain for being the `Best Enterprise'
In the past two years, Wockhardt has won 76 Awards at National & International level, and the number is still increasing


Job Objective:

To provide leadership across the Internal elements of Manufacturing within the Wrexham Site including Sterile Aseptic Preparation, Filling, Manuel and Automated Inspection & Packing ensuring that the products are manufactured within the compliance framework we operate within (HSE, Quality regulators) and the product is made at the correct time, to best cost profile in an operating environment that is people orientated and improvement orientated.

Job Accountability:
  • To Provide sufficient and appropriate operational control facilities to permit the timely and cost effective manufacturing activities that support expected outputs and the company's objectives under the cGMP quality Standards and legal requirements.
  • To ensure the Operational systems are designed to ensure that product manufactured is undertaken in accordance with the company's agreed procedures, so that product may be release in accordance with the cGMP requirements. 
  • To determine accurate budget requirements sufficient to resource the departments in both revenues and capital and to ensure that agreed budgets are maintained and are undertaken in a cost effective manner.
  • To provide operational support to new product introduction to timely registration and work with project management principles to achieve the required timelines.
  • To provide a consistent staffing structure optimizing the use of departmental personnel, maintaining high levels of moral and commitment to projecting a professional image to internal and external customers and to regulators.
  • To provide leadership and visibility across the whole department, to bring it under one head and through effective communication and training, an awareness of and commitment to quality standards and objectives of the business create a high performing, engaged workforce.
Required Candidate profile

Job Responsibility:
  • Identify and provide sufficient resources of labour, materials, services etc. to meet budgeted requirements and development plans of the business. Organised and deploy such resources to ensure the provision of an effective operational service to the site. Thinking both across the short term day to day but also having a 12 month look ahead to ensure the operating model is "fit for the future".
  • The manufacture of quality pharmaceutical products must follow a defined process through all stages of process, operational and engineering. It's the responsibility of the job holder to maintain and develop an efficient and cost effective Operational system that will ensure that all Operational processes are followed within the defined manufacturing licenses, and expected cGMP requirements. The job holder must ensure that the function is organised in such way that only satisfactory quality products are manufactured to the highest standards and indeed all compliance activities are adhered to. Where there are gaps to a standard then the expectation is that the job holder puts in the standards required. Where standards exist it is expected that the job holder improves these standards to drive year on year improvements.
  • The department has a large revenue budget and is equipped with expensive capital equipment. These costs have a direct bearing on the cost of products for sale and the profitability of the business. The job holder is responsible for preparing optimised budget proposals considering both the cost of operational, engineering, support functions and planned business requirements. The job holder must plan ahead for capital requirements to ensure the equipment is replaced before its reliability and acceptability adversely effects the product quality and regulatory expectations. The job holder is responsible for maintaining the revenue budget ensuring all departments under their remit are constrained to ensure the business targets are met. Advantage should be taken of all possible cost saving opportunities.
  • Before a product can be sold a product license must be obtained from regulatory authorities. During the life of a product, the job holder must ensure that the operational processes are established during the development and are supported to satisfy regulatory requirements.
  • The job holder must ensure that the department is adequately staffed by suitably skilled personnel. Such levels are achieved through both recruitment and on-going training. The job holder must ensure that all staff within the department are appropriately trained in all aspects of the work they are required to carry out. Training must be organised to ensure that the department staff can respond flexibly to meet the varying needs of the department/business. Where appropriate, formal academic training will be organised to ensure the department can fulfill its functional obligations. Staff must be trained in all aspects of HSE obligations. 
  • The job holder must develop or identify effective and creative communication and training materials and programmes to ensure that all staff are kept aware of regulatory updates both group and external governing bodies, MHRA, HSE etc
Mr. Varun Jain
vjain@wockhardt.com

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