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We are seeking a hands on Manufacturing Manager to join our team! You will oversee the activities of a team of production workers.


  • Coordinate the daily activities of the production and operation teams
  • Plan and schedule the manufacturing of our products
  • Manage inventory levels to ensure supply
  • Interface to QA, Marketing and customer service
  • Delegate and Participate in production assignments to appropriate teams and personnel
  • Work with customer service to schedule production orders from customers
  • Follow the quality system (ISO and FDA)
  • Improve processes and add efficiency
  • Perform new equipment validations
  • Adhere to all safety policies and procedures


  • Previous experience in production, manufacturing of a Biological or Healthcare product
  • Knowledge of quality systems and has worked in a quality system environment.
  • Strong leadership qualities with previous personnel management experience
  • Science qualification to Bachelors level, Masters or PhD preferred
  • Ideally Medical technologist background with some knowledge of Blood banking
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills




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