Site Head (PET and PRT) - Zaragoza

Site Head (PET and PRT) - Zaragoza
Advanced Accelerator Applications, a Novartis company, is an innovative radiopharmaceutical company developing, producing and commercializing molecular nuclear medicine theragnostics. AAA offers professionals the opportunity to face new challenges and pursue a career in a fast growing, technology driven healthcare company. We are passionate about improving patient health by leading innovation in nuclear medicine. We are looking for people who share our commitment to help us achieve this goal. Advanced Accelerator Applications is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

Job Description

He/she operates as plant director for Spain for radioactive products including PET and PRT.

He/she is responsible to translate the TechOps Theragnostic and Country strategies in actionable action plans including: Preparation and execution of CAPEX; constantly improving operational efficiencies in the site; ensuring the site has adequate resources and capabilities to ensure compliance, quality, service to patients, and people development.

• Together with management, develop a Site Master Plan for the sites within scope outlining a 5-year plan including forecasted volumes, expenses, and Capex supporting business needs.
• Create a culture of accountability based on inspired, curious, unbossed principles.
• Ensure development of associates in line with the needs of the site.
• Ensure a state of compliance with any applicable regulations and internal guidelines are maintained at all times.
• Lead Risks Analysis, definition of corrective and preventive actions, and their implementation. Define and implement actions derived from inspections, audits, or commitments made to authorities.
• Together with the Head Quality and the rest of the Team in the site, help prepare for regulatory inspections and internal audits.
• Timely escalate critical undesired events (compliance, safety, quality) to upper management.
• Responsible for the performance of the manufacturing sites in Spain to deliver Key Performance Indicators according to target (service levels, cost, quality and compliance, cultural surveys).
• Keeping management and stakeholders regularly informed (Regulatory Affairs, Corporate Pharmaceutical.
• Facilitate escalation for action and decision-making as required.
• Work with Manufacturing Science and Technology to ensure timely execution of technological transfers and validation of new products

Minimum requirements

- Education: Chemical or Pharmaceutical Master Degree

- Languages: Excellent English written and oral communication skills

- Experience / Professional requirements: 10 years experience in pharmaceutical companies
AAA Ibérica S.L.U.
Technical Operations
Full Time