CAREERSUpdated Tuesday, December 02, 2014
Thank you for your interest in employment with Sheffield Pharmaceuticals.
All applicants must complete our general information application and all required testing.
At present, testing is administered by appointment and for open positions only.
Our office is located at 170 Broad Street in New London, Connecticut.
All applicants must complete the application process before further consideration for any position.
Additionally, all applicants will be required to pass a drug test as a condition of employment.
Please refer all questions to our HR department at 860.442.4451.
Job Description: Planning and purchasing of materials & products including chemicals from foreign & domestic sources; Negotiation of supply agreements & strategic competitive bidding agreements; Management of accurate inventory levels; Support & control spending, assist w/new products & deliver productivity. Direct reporting: Purchasing Manager Role: Active on the Purchasing team, and production planning team, in cost reduction, Strategic sourcing and continuous improvement initiatives. Responsibilities: cGMP compliance, adherence to ethical practices, direct material planning and procurement, expediting, new product development, sourcing and sampling, Position Requirements/Skills : Strong proven performance in purchasing; Experience with cGMP; Strong negotiating skills/analytical skills & problem solving abilities; Exceptional time management & organizational skills; Excellent communication & interpersonal skills both verbally & written, w/the ability to build relationships; Demonstrated ability to interact comfortably w/team members, as well as outside organizations w/a strong understanding of business concepts & processes; Strong computer skills Education: Bachelors degree(or equivalent) in Business or a related field Compensation; $17.50 $19.50 per hour based on experience Please forward resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
FORMULATION SCIENTIST 2
Sheffield Pharmaceuticals, the inventors of toothpaste in a tube, is a family owned private label, contract manufacturing company with a history dating back to 1850. Sheffield manufactures OTC and cosmetic products for numerous companies and is in the process of expanding its product line. Job Title: Formulation Scientist 2 Non-Exempt Status: TBD Shift: First shift Job Description: A skilled, responsible formulation scientist capable of working in a research and development laboratory setting, using laboratory equipment to create personal and oral care OTCs and cosmetic formulas, bench-top product prototypes and pilot phase batches. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Product development of OTCs, oral care, and personal care cosmetic products Collaborating with co-workers Reverse engineering of existing products Methods of manufacture development Pilot phase development Scale-up phase development Finished product testing Attending industry seminars, shows, or gatherings to sharpen work related skill-set Qualifications/Attributes: Organized Able to multitask Has problem solving/troubleshooting skills Highly motivated Team oriented Works responsibly with minimal supervision Works well in inter as well as intra-departmental situations Creative but disciplined Has knowledge of safety and industry standards Is flexible to adjust to change based on customer needs Education: Bachelors Degree in Cosmetic Chemistry or related science field Experience: 3 to 5 years of experience in personal care and OTC product formulation Skills /Abilities: Computer; minimum of excel, word, capable of working in various databases Familiar with GMP, ICH, FDA, OSHA industry guidelines Follows directives, company policy, and SOPs
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGER
Sheffield Pharmaceuticals is seeking an Environmental Health and Safety Manager for our New London, CT site. The EH&S Manager will be responsible for implementing, maintaining and managing a variety of Environmental and safety programs to ensure a safe and healthy work environment, and ensuring compliance with all local, state, and federal environmental and safety regulations. Ensure Compliance with all federal, State, and local EHS training and Industrial Hygiene rules and regulations Manage EHS manuals and EHS standard operating procedures preparation, implementation. Training and review Emergency planning and preparation including conducting drills and exercises Identify and execute cost effective compliance strategies Act as a liaison between regulatory agencies, such as OSHA, DEEP, EPA, and other external parties Assist and support department management staff as necessary Manage required safety and training records Participate in Internal audits and regulatory inspections Manage waste disposal activities Manage all Wastewater permitting sampling, and reporting activities Qualifications Comprehensive knowledge of Federal, State, and local EHS regulations and Industrial hygiene standards. Ability to interact with regulatory agencies Ability to handle multiple projects with short deadlines Strong written, verbal and communication skills. Bachelors degree in Environmental Science, Chemistry, or related Natural Sciences, or Associate degree in Industrial Hygiene/Safety Management 3+ years of safety/regulatory experience in an industrial environment Working knowledge of MS word, powerpoint, excel and internet search engines Experience in Emergency response, Hazardous waste operations, and General Laboratory safety Preferred professional certifications- OSHA 40 hour, HAZWOPR, DOT Hazardous waste, CPR.