CAREERSUpdated Friday, March 13, 2015
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.
QUALITY ASSURANCE SPECIALIST
Job Description: Quality Assurance Specialist will work in a cGMP regulated pharmaceutical company. Daily activities may include auditing, document review, investigations, writing of reports and quality system development and implementation in both an individual and team setting. Direct Reporting: The Quality Assurance Specialist will report directly to the Quality Assurance Manager Role: To assure the company remains compliant with FDA regulations and internal procedures and to support activities consistent with company objectives. Responsibilities: Duties will be delegated by the Quality Assurance Manager and may include internal auditing, conducting investigations, creating and reviewing validation documents, creation and revision of procedures and batch record review. The candidate will be expected to develop a full understanding of relevant regulations found in the Code of Federal Regulations. Position Requirements:1-2 years experience in quality assurance in a drug manufacturing facility, work experience in researching regulatory issues and familiarity with electronic gateway submission preferred. Procedural training will be provided Education: Bachelor’s degree in a math or science field preferred. Please forward resume to email@example.com.
The Shipping/Receiving Manager has overall responsibility for the receiving, warehousing, and distribution of all Raw Materials and Finished goods at Sheffield Pharmaceuticals. This includes receiving raw materials, delivering raw materials to production departments, picking, packing and shipment of finished products. This position has a team of direct reports and involves managing personnel to best serve our internal/external customers, promote a safe work environment and meet Sheffield’s Quality standards. This position reports to the Production Manager. Job Duties and Responsibilities •Monitor Freight costs and negotiate with carriers to ensure the best service in terms of dependability and economy •Adhere to all current Good Manufacturing Practices and they relate to Shipping/Receiving in a FDA regulated environment. •Recommend, implement, and support continuous improvement within the department to improve Safety, efficiency, employee performance, cost reduction and quality •Support a proactive safety policy with an emphasis on good housekeeping techniques. •Assist in planning, maintaining and adhering to a departmental budget. •Interface with customers through various means to assure our practices are in line with their needs and shipping requirements •Train employees, monitor and evaluate employee performance •Interface with the sales department to assure customers needs are being met and notify them of difficulties meeting customer’s requirements •Receive, inventory and bin locate incoming materials and goods •Provide materials and goods to various production departments •Put away, bin locate, pick, pack and ship finished goods. •Foster teamwork and interdepartmental cooperation with staff •Establish new and periodically review existing Standard Operating Procedures •Monitor Shipments to assure customer specific requirements are met. •Review and approve all Freight Bills. •Monitor and adjust staffing levels as needs to meet workloads. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities •Possess excellent critical thinking/problem solving skills •Ability to resolve employee conflicts, problems and complaints •Effective communication skills, both verbal and written. •Computer proficiency, preferably in a comprehensive ERP system •Ability to function independently and multi task •Strong math skills •Ability to lift up to 70 lbs, bend, twist, lift, reach, climb step ladders, and move materials up to 200lbs with a manual pallet jack •Fork lift and powered truck trained. Minimum Experience •A minimum of 10 years experience in Industrial Distribution/Warehousing in a Sales Driven Customer Service organization preferably in a manufacturing environment •A minimum of 5 years experience in with Direct Management responsibilities •Bachelors Degree preferred. Please forward resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
QC LINE INSPECTOR
1st shift QC inspector position. Responsibilities include but are not limited to Inspection & documentation of production line, receiving of inventory items, and reconciliations; one who can multi task and is detail oriented; schedule flexibility is a MUST. Some college or degree. $11.50/hour
Sheffield Pharmaceuticals is a rapidly growing pharmaceuticals manufacturer located in Eastern Connecticut that distributes to the largest retailers and drug firms in the United States. Employing more than 200 world-class workers, Sheffield reaches more than 50,000 outlet points both domestic and overseas. Sheffield provides a full suite of services for our customers including distribution, sales and marketing, and quality and development consulting. We are looking for a highly motivated and effective account specialist to join our world class customer service team. The Account Specialist is responsible for serving as the immediate contact for Sheffield Pharmaceuticals’ corporate customers. This position is in a business to business environment. You must be able to multi-task and able to work in a fast paced environment. Sheffield’s goal is exceeding the expectations of Sheffield’s client base is our core focus. Responsibilities will include: • Maintenance of the sales forecast and the product demand forecast systems • Maintaining accurate and complete client information in the customer relationship management system by documenting all client interactions. • Interfacing with customers directly to accept orders, resolve complaints and provide timely and accurate information on the status of product delivery Desired Skills and Experience • Must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work well in a fast-paced environment. • 5 years of experience in a customer service role, preferably in a manufacturing environment that engaged the retail supply chain. • Bilingual, Spanish preferred • Knowledge of export sales documents and processes is an advantage for the candidate • Computer literate with a high degree of competency in the entire MS office Suite and inventory and/or manufacturing systems EVO and DB experience a huge plus. • Highly functional and organized in an office environment with the ability to manage multiple deadlines and deliverables simultaneously. • Duties require professional oral and writing skills. • Strong ability to analyze service challenges, utilize resources and put effective solutions in place Operational Management or MRP system familiarity and customer forecasting experience is a huge plus Compensation/Benefits Temp to perm position, compensation: $13.00 – $16.00/hr. This position will receive a competitive compensation package that will include upon permanent hire: competitive wages + 401K program (with match) + Long Term Disability + a quality healthcare benefits program (with a solid percentage paid by the Company) About Sheffield Pharmaceuticals Sheffield Pharmaceuticals produces a wide range of over the counter drugs and cosmetics, in various packaging forms including tubes, bottles, single use packets and jars. Sheffield distributes to the nation’s largest retailers as our partners, and our Dr. Sheffield branded products are sold in over 50,000 stores globally. For our contract packaging and private label customers, our services can include much more than manufacturing, as we provide services in areas like sales & marketing, formula refinement in our labs, product development from concept to execution, fulfillment logistics, cost-effective chemicals procurement, and FDA/EPA regulatory expertise. We have been operating continuously in the same 100,000 sq. ft. building in New London Connecticut for 164 years. We work with a wide variety of partners, from small start-ups, launching innovative products, to companies like Tom’s of Maine, where Dr. Sheffield produced their toothpaste after a fire destroyed their factory. Sheffield is committed to manufacturing in the United States, being an environmental steward, upholding the highest ethical standards, and creating opportunity for all of our 200+ employees. Please see our website at www.sheffield-pharmaceuticals.com. Applicants may forward their resumes, a letter of interest and salary requirements. Drop-in visits by applicants are not possible at this time and every effort will be made to respond to all qualified applications. We do not cover relocation costs