The Business Systems Manager will be an individual contributor primarily accountable for leading and championing the development, strategy and implementation of the Electronic Batch Record (EBR) process for the Kalamazoo manufacturing site. This position will also lead an overall program to directly deploy solutions for other business systems in alignment with the EBR strategy (e.g. automating manual, paper-based manufacturing processes). They will work with key stakeholders across both Active Pharmaceuatical Ingredients (API) and Drug Product (DP) locally, key EBR and business systems stakeholders in Pfizer’s manufacturing network, and with corporate colleagues in Business Technology (BT) and Pfizer Global Engineering (PGE) to insure a cohesive integrated solution across process control, SCADA, and MES systems within multiple operational areas to drive efficiency and Zero Defects.
Office work environment. Use of appropriate Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) is required when in designated manufacturing environment.
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
Occasional travel may be required (<5%)
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