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Aseptic Utility Technical Operator

Description

 

Duties
•    Is knowledgeable in and follows all documentation and Good Manufacturing Practices, Hazardous Analysis & Critical Control Points program, and Environmental, Health, & Safety guidelines
•    Assist in developing Standard Operating Procedures, Work Instructions, and Training Documents
•    Successfully complete all training on the Clean in Place of the UHT, Aseptic Surge Tank, and Filler, as well as CIP of the Product Delivery Lines and Balance Tank, Leak Detector, Unscrambler, Air Rinser, Dynac, Taptone, Capper, Vision System, Schubert Casepacker and the Fuji Labeler 
•    Ensure compliance with Manufacturing Batch Records. Prepares and/or approves necessary paperwork. This includes, but is not limited to, creation of regulatory code, daily cleanup sheets, PM’s and request work orders
•    Understand and execute the proper manufacturing non-conformity segregation of containers SOP.
•    Follow all Visual Management and Lean manufacturing practices.  
•    Understands the Key Performance Indicators for the Aseptic Operations, tracks KPI progress throughout shift, communicates discrepancies, and drives improvement plans for these metrics.
•    Participates in Root Cause Analysis and other troubleshooting methodologies
•    Service & operate power vehicles such as a fork truck or walker/stacker in an authorized and safe manner.
•    Responsible for critical decision making and recommendations around process critical control parameters.
•    Observe and notify appropriate personnel of FDA and OSHA violations.
•    Coordinate the segregation of product when necessary due to a potential quality defects.
•    Initiate appropriate paperwork/documentation for quality defect or process deviations when necessary.
•    Take appropriate steps immediately when the production line conditions and/or checks do not meet standards.
•    Operate power vehicles (fork truck, walker stacker, etc.)  Be familiar with the procedure to change fork truck batteries and how to place a fork truck on charge.
•    Provide samples for Quality Control according to MIMS system.
•    Inspect packaging components for defects. Complete proper packaging problem forms for defective components.
•    Must know and assist in changeover of equipment when necessary.
•    Train and orient new Technical Operators.
•    Know, understand and perform the set-up, operation and loading of components, changeover, adjustment, inspection, lubrication, cleaning, shutdown, and preventative maintenance of the UHT, AST and Filler CIP, Unscrambler, Air Rinser, Dynac, Taptone, Leak Detect, Capper and Vision System, Schubert Casepacker and the Fuji Labeler.  
•    The position requires the flexibility to operate each piece of equipment listed in major operation as well as material supply and relieve for breaks and lunches.

 

Qualifications:
•    High school diploma or equivalent
•    The ability to check information both quickly and accurately, the ability to follow work instructions in practical work related setting.
•    The ability to apply basic rules of arithmetic as well as demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot & problem solve mechanical issues.
•    The ability to lift up to 50lbs, bending, etc.

Equality

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, disability or medical condition; colour, ethnicity, race, citizenship, and national origin; religion; pregnancy, family status and caring responsibilities; sexual orientation; sex, gender identity, gender expression, and transgender identity; protected veteran status; size or any other basis protected by appropriate law. 


Nearest Major Market: Evansville

Job Segment: Medical, Environmental Health & Safety, Healthcare

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