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The PGS Manufacturing & Engineering Solutions Team is responsible for the delivery of Pfizers Core Digital Manufacturing Operations Management (MoM) capabilities at every level of the PGS Plant Network (ISA 95 Levels 0-4). These solutions are critical to Manufacturing Execution, Manufacturing Process Intelligence and Production Optimization that aim to improve product quality, increase asset utilization/uptime, automate manual workflows and streamline plant floor operations. The PGS Manufacturing & Engineering Solutions Team provides common application platforms and solution capabilities for Digital Plant, Manufacturing Operations, Manufacturing Execution, Manufacturing Excellence and Manufacturing & Engineering Technology solutions, while ensuring a unified User Centric Design. Key to the success of this transformative digital mindset is the secure, seamless flow of contextualized data from the device & control levels, all the way to the top of the Enterprise. These solutions are deployed across more than fifty manufacturing & center locations across the PGS Globally. Major Core Solutions and team capabilities for the Manufacturing Operations Solutions Team include:
The Senior Manager, Front End Application Development is responsible for technical planning, front end development, configuration, testing, and level 4 technical support of our standard Manufacturing Operations core solutions that digitally enable world-class performance across the PGS network. It is the responsibility of the Senior Manager, Front End Application Development is to partner closely with the relevant Solution owners to deliver a diverse set of capabilities with direct benefit to asset availability, real-time process monitoring and improved yields.
The Senior Manager, Front End Application Development colleagues responsibilities include but are not limited to:
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