Shire Manager Trainee - Operations in Remote, Georgia
About the Operations Manager Trainee Role
Shire is looking for self-motivated individuals to enter into our thorough Operations Management Trainee Program, and advance into an Assistant Manager position at one of our US BioLife Plasma Center locations across a wide network. As an Operations Manager Trainee you will have the opportunity to travel to multiple dynamic and unique work environments, through our comprehensive travel package.
Qualifications for this role: Bachelor’s Degree or an equivalent amount of leadership experience (approximately 3 years)
Experience working with SOPs, GDP, GMP, CLIA, FDA or within another highly regulated industry preferred.
Primary Responsibilities of the Operations Manager Trainee role include:
Learn to assist in managing the operations of a plasma collection facility, to include financial, marketing, administrative, regulatory, quality, personnel, and facilities management functions.
Develop skill sets for forecasting and attaining production and cost goals while ensuring compliance with company, local and federal regulations for a plasma center producing approximately 60,000 liters or more per year.
Maintain qualifications and perform all applicable duties for Medical History, Phlebotomy, Sample Processing and Operational Management areas.
Learn to monitor systems and activities to ensure that source plasma manufacturing is performed consistently according to current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP), the BioLife SOPs, and other applicable regulations.
Foster teamwork. Work collaboratively with staff, peers, and management to achieve business goals. Communicate continuously at all levels of the organization and resolve conflict proactively.
Ensure high levels of customer service and satisfaction.
The Operations Manager Trainee development program will be for a period of up to 12 months. After completion of the development program, Operations Manager Trainees will have an additional 6 months to establish a management position.
Other Important Requirements:
During the Operations Management Trainee Program, trainees must either live near a BioLife Plasma Services location or relocate to either Appleton, WI or Covington, GA.
Must maintain a valid driver’s license for the entire duration of the program.
Ability to travel up to 75%-85% of the time for duration of training program, and relocation upon completion of program.
Production environment requiring the ability to walk and stand for the entire work shift.
Requires frequent leaning, bending, stooping, crouching, and reaching above the shoulders and below the knee. Requires frequent lifting up to 32 pounds, and occasional lifting up to 50 pounds.
Must have fine motor coordination, depth perception, and ability to hear equipment sounds from a distance.
Due to potential exposure to blood borne pathogens (risk level 1), 90% of production based work tasks require pro-longed glove wear. Joining the Shire team also means being offered amazing benefits!
Our comprehensive benefits package includes:
Major Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance & Prescription Coverage for Eligible Employees
Generous Vacation and Company Paid Holidays
Up to15 days vacation and up to10 paid holidays per year
Comprehensive Tuition Reimbursement Program
Retirement Savings Program (Generous employer contribution and Matching Program)
Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
Life and AD&D Insurance
Starting Salary of $48,000 annualized and program completion bonus
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