Integra LifeSciences

Limiting Uncertainty For The Busiest Surgeons

Medical Equipment Manufacturing

Repair and Regenerate Tissue, surgical instruments, neurosurgical products and advanced wound care products


Princeton, New Jersey

Company Size

3,000+ employees


neurosurgery, neurosciences, surgical instruments, collagen, and regenerative medicine

Integra LifeSciences, a world leader in medical technology with headquarters in Princeton, New Jersey, was founded in 1989 with the acquisition of an engineered collagen technology platform used to repair and regenerate tissue. Since then, Integra has expanded its base regenerative technology product portfolio to include surgical instruments, neurosurgical products and advanced wound care products, through global acquisitions and development of new and innovative products and technologies to address unmet patient needs and improve outcomes. Integra is a global leader in neurosurgery and offers a broad portfolio of products and solutions for dural access and repair, cerebral spinal fluid management and neuro-critical care. Our regenerative tissue technologies include products that address soft tissue, nerve and tendon repairs and for the treatment of acute and chronic wounds, burns, as well as for plastic and reconstructive surgery. The company has offices, manufacturing and research facilities in Asia, Australia, Europe, Middle East, and the Americas

The Opportunity

Production Supervisor

Boston, MA (On-Site)
  • Responsibilities

    Primary responsibilities are:
    •Supervises the daily activities of the Assembly Team (approximately 15 people); provides clear direction to team.
    •Sets assembly and packaging plan based on product schedule, equipment efficiency, materials supply, staffing resources and volume required to meet demand and to ensure maximum production quantity and quality.
    •Expedites operations that delay schedules and alters schedules to meet unforeseen conditions.
    •Ensures adherence to SOP and GMP are followed.
    •Provides training, coaching and development to the team.
    •Ensures Quality and Regulatory compliance (facilitates Non-Conformance/CAPA/Audit related investigations, system/tracking transaction).
    •Generates progress reports on schedule status and keeps records of completed orders, batch records, or documentation files.
    •Creates culture of “safety first” and identifies areas for improvement.
    •Uses department systems and tools to track and manage production schedule.
    •Reports on all resource issues such as personnel, material, and equipment.
    •Effectively follows SOPs, policies, and ISO/QSR requirements.
    •Delegates to, and provides direction and guidance to Lead Assembly Operators, and Assembly Operators.
    •Communicates technical details of production schedule to Assembly Operators.
    •Reviews & transacts Device History Record (DHR) Batch Records in ERP system.
    •Manages inventory levels within all stages of department production and works with overall site inventory control team for accurate demand plan forecasting.
    •Develops business continuity/resilience plan and methodically eliminates highrisk single points of failure: people, equipment, suppliers.
    •Responsible for people management of the Assembly team including but not limited to, interviewing Assembly Operator candidates, approving timecards,approving time off requests, scheduling, and with support from Human Resources and the Manufacturing Manager performance reviews and disciplinary actions.
    •Represents Assembly Operations during corporate and external quality audits.
    •Drafts SOP and Work Instruction (WI) revisions as necessary and works with Quality Compliance for proper document change control approval and implementation.
    •Conducts training to new hires and existing team members as revised SOPs andWIs are implemented and new SOPs and WIs are implemented.
    •Performs all steps and phases within the Assembly and Packaging operation at expert level with the ability to cross train Assembly Operators currently specializedin only specific steps.
    •Conducts chemical/ solution application, formulation, and analysis as needed in the Production operation.
    •Actively participates in department activities spending 40% of their time on the assembly and packaging floor for coaching and mentoring, Gemba/ working side-by-side with team members on the floor and ensuring quality and compliance requirements are being met to produce a safe and efficient medical device for our healthcare partners and their patients.
    •Prepares materials to be sent to off-site 3rd party sterilization, including understanding and following relevant SOPs, processes, and requirements, and competing relevant documentation.
  • Qualifications

    •Bachelor’s degree or equivalent with 0-2 years of experience of leading a team

    •Experience in medical device, pharmaceuticals, Quality/Regulatory Compliance ,or another regulated environment.

    •Familiarity with application of GMP, ISO, FDA quality standard in a Life Sciences industry, preferably medical device.

    •Experience and/or willingness and capability of working in an ISO certified cleanroom with full gowning requirements.

    •Must have a Patient Safety and Quality Compliance mindset to be successful in this role and at this site.

    •Capable of supervising 15-17 direct reports while performing their own duties.

    •Proficient experience with Microsoft Office software (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)to create reports, spreadsheets, analyze data and prepare presentations (Power BI experience is a plus).

    •Ability to follow instructions precisely, recognize deviation, and recommend corrective action. Detail-oriented.

    •Excellent communication and organizational skills, Strong in interpersonal skills and ability to work with a diverse team in a positive and collaborative manner.

    •Experience working with an ERP system

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