Seres Therapeutics

Job Title: Senior Engineer, Manufacturing Facilities Engineering & Operations

Job Number: 22319

Location: Cambridge, MA

Job Description

Seres Therapeutics is seeking a Senior Engineer, Manufacturing Facilities Engineering & Operations to join our dynamic team. Our team is focused on manufacturing therapeutics for the microbiome and ensuring appropriate implementation of new and existing GMP procedures and facility assets, aiding corporate manufacturing objectives. This individual will manage our manufacturing facilities and equipment, ranging from day-to-day scheduling of vendors and in-house personnel to perform necessary activities through development and implementation of policy guidance. S/He will report directly to our Operations Manager, Manufacturing.


  • Work closely with service vendors and asset owners to conduct full range of equipment and facility acquisition, maintenance, modifications, and decommissioning
  • Develop, monitor and enforce maintenance system requirements, including alarm systems and safety with all service providers
  • Provide troubleshooting and solution guidance when issues in the facility, equipment and systems arise
  • Communicate and collaborate with Manufacturing, Bioprocess Development and Quality groups to ensure smooth integration of new equipment, maintenance and resolution of emergent conditions
  • Manage internal and external partnerships with an emphasis on excellent customer service
  • Monitor alarms during both regular and irregular work hours
  • Perform spare parts assessments, implement preventive and corrective maintenance plans, and oversee calibration and metrology programs

Required Skills

  • Bachelor’s degree in Science, Engineering or a related field with 8+ years of experience OR Masters in equivalent field with 6+ years of experience in biopharma clinical manufacturing or relevant industry
  • Experience working in a highly-regulated environment, particularly biopharmaceutical cGMP procedures
  • Demonstrated strong mechanical aptitude to perform basic troubleshooting and diagnostics for equipment failures
  • Experience with building alarm systems and computerized asset management
  • Familiar with Standard Operating Procedures, document control, deviations, Corrective and Preventative Actions
  • Experience with calibration and metrology programs
  • Strong communication skills
  • Detail oriented, independently motivated and possess strong problem-solving abilities


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