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Role: Investigations Coordinator – Co-Op Jan 2024
Location: Whitby, Ontario, Canada
Job Id: R-01208356
12 Month Co-op Opportunity starting January 2024 for an ELIGIBLE student in a Co-op program – must maintain Co-Op eligibility until the end of the Co-op work assignment.
How will you make an impact?
- Support the Investigation Team by compiling data and required documentation for investigations.
- Maintained the Investigation Huddle board and associated Investigations tracking files.
- Assist the Investigation Team by monitoring and reporting metrics to identify risks for action assignment proactively.
- Generate data and track key performance metrics in support of creating quarterly trend reports.
- Participate and contribute to departmental meetings and huddles.
- Revise standard operating procedures (SOPs) for investigations when required.
What will you do?
- Support the maintenance of the Investigation Huddle board and associated Investigations tracking files.
- Revise Investigation procedures through eDMS when required.
- Support the Investigations Team by compiling data and supporting documentation for assigned investigations (i.e. pull SFLMS training reports, SOPs that were effective at the time of the event, etc.).
- Support minor investigations.
- Support the investigation team to meet all necessary administrative tasks in a timely manner.
- Support the Investigation Team Lead as required.
- Support investigation-related projects.
- Maintain a safe working environment and report potential hazards.
- Perform alternating or rotating shift work (as required).
How will you get here?
- A high school diploma/General Educational Development (GED) Certificate is required
- Working towards a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in chemistry, biology, life sciences, or a related field
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Strong interpersonal skills.
- Knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practices, Standard Operating Procedures, and
- Corrective Action Preventative Action (CAPA) is an added value.
- Good organizational skills with a proven ability to prioritize when timeline conflicts exist.
- Ability to discreetly deal with Confidential information.
- Demonstrated computer proficiency with Microsoft Office programs.
- Proficiency with the English Language.
Standards and Expectations:
- Follow all Environmental Health & Safety Policies and Procedures.
- Work collaboratively with fellow team members, modeling positive team principles and partnering to meet project and departmental objectives.
- Carry out all duties within strict compliance with Patheon quality SOPs and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).
- Maintain workspace in a clean and orderly fashion.
- Actively engage in and adhere to departmental systems to maintain a smooth and efficient workflow (visual management, scheduling systems, etc.).
- Be client and patient-conscious at all times.
- Understand Key Performance Indicators and strive to improve the performance of the team by identifying areas for system improvements and engaging in problem-solving.
- Models positive thinking and is open to change, motivating the team to adapt to shifts in priorities and new ways of working.
- Proactively identify areas for improvement in the execution of procedures.
- Communicate risks to timelines in a proactive manner.
- Consistently strive to improve skills and knowledge in related fields.
- Light physical effort and fatigue.
- Walks sits, or stands for limited periods.
- May require occasional equipment operation including keyboard equipment.
- Lifts light items for a limited duration.
- Typically located in a comfortable indoor area.
- There may be regular exposure to mild physical discomfort from dust, fumes or odors, temperature extremes, loud noise, strong drafts, or bright lights.
- Use of Personal Protective equipment may be required and may include any of the following: safety glasses, safety shoes, lab coat, gloves, hair net, beard cover, safety apron, and respirator occasionally.