PTx is devoted to developing and commercializing cancer medicines and combination therapies that can make a meaningful difference in the lives of cancer patients. We are united in our passion for improving the treatment of cancer and our desire to make a meaningful contribution to outcomes. We believe that innovation is not enough. In today’s challenging healthcare climate, we strive to develop and assess our products based on the real-world impact they have in improving the quality and duration of our patients’ lives. We measure our success in the birthdays, anniversaries, and other important life moments that our patients are able to enjoy.


PTx has recently acquired global rights to Leukine (Sargramostim). Leukine is the only licensed FDA-approved GM-CSF, and PTx is investing in Leukine to position it for growth. With Leukine, PTx acquired its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Lynnwood and we are North of Seattle, just a few minutes from downtown (but far enough out of, traffic and high cost of living in the city!). We are an established team with a renewed energy to seize on an exciting opportunity. To get there we need outstanding people to join our team of talented, innovative and committed professionals.


The Materials Management Department is responsible for commercial drug manufacturing raw material warehousing services as well as general site warehousing services. These responsibilities cover GMP inventory management and control, general warehouse storage, dock receipts from external suppliers, receipt and material inspections, entry of purchase order receipts into the inventory control system and customer service to support commercial production material needs and general site warehousing support. Materials Management also supports Health, Environment and Safety by collating and processing site hazardous waste streams for site removal. NO DIRECT REPORTS.



  • Assists in hands on support and leadership of material handler staff; assists in providing training to new employees

  • Assists in troubleshooting and investigating area exceptions and issues which includes GMP deviations

  • Leads or assists with area special projects and key efforts as assigned by management

  • Segregates, inspects, and documents GMP raw materials receipts per department standard operating procedures (SOPs); generates, inspects, and applies internal labeling; labels and stores per specifications and label criteria

  • Performs cycle counts on GMP raw materials; and assists in investigations of discrepancies

  • Monitors expiring batches of raw materials, notifies appropriate groups of expiration, and coordinates raw material removal and disposal

  • Performs a variety of SAP receipt, movement, issue, and adjustment transactions on GMP raw materials

  • Segregates, classifies, inventories, labels, and documents hazardous waste; characterizes all waste material for storage and disposal according to WA Dept. of Ecology, EPA, and DOT regulations

  • Transfers hazardous waste from production to accumulation area; schedules and monitors waste pick-up; completes shipment documentation; uses waste vendor software for notification, waste tracking, manifesting, and report generation

  • Disposes all hazardous waste in accordance with all local, state and federal laws

  • Unloads, inspects, and receives all materials; communicates and resolves discrepancies with Materials Planning, Purchasing and Accounting as necessary; delivers materials to end-users

  • Assists with returns to vendor and other shipments

  • Performs daily inspections of warehousing equipment; reports problems and potential problems to Engineering/Facilities

  • Maintains warehouse areas in clean and organized conditions.

  • Revises departmental SOPs as necessary

  • Initiates and authors deviations as necessary

  • Responds to course of business and after hour equipment and area alarms

  • Supports internal departments customer needs related to materials management functions


*Key responsibilities may differ among employees with the same job title and may change over time, in accordance with business needs.



  • Operate in an evolving, complex and dynamic environment, providing clear direction and instruction to supervisors and direct reports, and continuously looking internally and externally for best practices and areas for improvement.



  • Minimum education: High School Diploma

  • Four to six years’ experience in warehouse settings; Previous GMP experience is required

  • Solid computer experienced (Word, Excel, email)

  • Experience with computer inventory management systems



  • Some college study or associates degree

  • DOT, IATA trained

  • Forklift experience

  • Knowledge of SAP inventory management system

  • Experience with hazardous materials


Compensation and benefits are very competitive. They include a base salary, performance bonus, stock options and profit sharing. Our benefits include health, vision, dental and life INS, 401(k) with match & PTO


To be considered for the position, please send your resume to


(781) 218-9394


19 Muzzey Street

Lexington, MA 02421

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