Boehringer Ingelheim Fremont, Inc. (BIFI) is currently seeking a talented and innovative individual to join our Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) team as an Master Batch Record (MBR) Designer. The MBR Designer is expected to revise and create new electronic batch records using Werum PAS-X platform to meet manufacturing process requirements. They will also drive and implement cross-functional projects to support multi-product campaigns as well as MES improvements. In addition, the MBR Designer will be responsible for updating documents such as Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). The MBR Designer must have basic programming and/or manufacturing operations knowledge and they must able to work independently, and communicate clearly and effectively.
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