The supervisor will conduct investigations for OOS results, errors and deviations. The position requires regular communication with clients in a timely and professional manner. The supervisor is responsible for ensuring proper staff training and that deliverables are met or expectations are proactively managed towards alternative solutions.
Requires strong analytical and instrumental troubleshooting skills, especially with chromatography instrumentation such as UPLC, HPLC, and GC. Ability to investigate and resolve chromatographic, physical and wet chemical issues.
Evaluate the level of healthcare staff skills and services provided, through regular review of client notes, feedback acquired from the client and family, and interaction with staff during case reviews.
Facilitates training as needed, employee motivation, counseling and discipline of group members; coordinates with functional areas (production, materials, quality, engineering, etc.) to resolve issues.
Maintain and develop strong traditional and online media relationships, place newsworthy stories that convey core brand messages, and be responsible for developing creative written materials that engage target audiences and reflect an understanding of our clients business.
Delivers monthly safety training to all personnel within the department; visually inspects and approves quality and quantity of workmanship in accordance with established standards and takes corrective action where necessary.
Supervise associates, on safety requirements, including training, assigning and checking work. Analyze and resolve work problems. recommend personnel actions including hiring, rate increases, promotion, and disciplinary measures.
Manage and coordinate maintenance teams to perform mechanical, electrical and electronic equipment troubleshooting, repair, and planned maintenance in compliance with company safety, food safety, and personnel policies.