A leading pharmaceutical company is on the hunt for a talented Manufacturing Operator to join their team. If you’ve interested in a production environment, this direct hire position is the perfect opportunity to put them to work.
Responsibilities of the Manufacturing Operator:
- Gaining and applying the necessary technical aptitude related to mixing, coating, slitting, rotary converting, and packaging as necessary
- Learning and retaining key technical concepts (as applicable) required for the converting production lines. This includes web handling, tensions, gear ratios, splices, die stations, vision systems, pick-in-place systems, etc.
- Learning and retaining the key technical concepts (as applicable) required for the mixing and coating production lines. This includes order of additions, solvation, emulsions, coat weights, % solids, assay, viscosity, etc.
- Provide adequate support to the manufacturing line Lead. This includes monitoring the process, performing roll changes, in-process inspections, line set-up, line tear-down, applicable cleaning, and other production responsibilities as deemed necessary or as assigned.
- Independently operating small presses (Webtron, Allied, Packaging Equipment)
- Documenting any and all manufacturing records in compliance with ALCOA and Good Documentation Practices (GDP).
- An understanding of and compliance with cGMP requirements. This includes staying current with training and following proper gowning, safety, and controlled substance policies and procedures.
- Demonstrate ability to read, comprehend, and accurately complete manufacturing documents such as Manufacturing Batch Records (MBRs), Set up diagrams (SUDs), Visual Standards, Control Charts, Summary Sheets, Reconciliation Forms, Logbooks, etc.
- Performing proper line clearances and material returns as required.
- Communicating issues and solutions in a professional manner, particularly during shift changeovers.
- Identifying and reporting potential safety hazards.
- Participation in the continuous improvement and change processes. Identifying and submitting continuous improvement (CI) recommendations.
Requirements of the Manufacturing Operator:
- High School diploma or GED. (Technical or Associates degree preferred)
- 0-3 years working in a cGMP production environment. (1+ years preferred)
- Strong ability to understand written and verbal instructions in English language required