Valeant Pharmaceuticals

  • Filling Operator WE

    Job Location US-SC-Greenville
    Job ID
    10390
    Pos. Category
    Operations
    Pos. Type
    Full Time
  • Overview

    The Filling Operator is responsible for controlling the filling line including parameter setup, purging, and running production according to Standard Operating Procedures, Aseptic Technique, Bill of Materials, and Batch Records. Operates the Aseptic Filling Process and equipment to aseptically fill solution product into sterilized bottles. Monitors and inspects product during the filling process and reacts to issues by making machine and process adjustments, documenting issues, and informing the appropriate personnel of mechanical, electrical, and quality issues. Maintains the APA in orderly and aseptic condition by removing culls, documenting inspection of the work area, and performing disinfection activities as directed or required. Supports all functions of the APA as needed.

    Responsibilities

    Key Responsibilities:

    Set up lines for start of production and selects correct components for use.  Operates equipment to aseptically fill product containers and continually monitors the process.  Performs routine process and product inspections.  Completes all process documentation and communicates to appropriate personnel.  Manages Components to Support Production.  Maintains area in orderly and sterile state by removing culls, documenting inspection of the work area, and performing disinfection activities as directed.  Other duties as directed to include assistance with CIP/SIP. Prep, and repack (Pkg. Area).  Process improvement project work. 

     

    Scope of Position:

    The Filling Operator is responsible for controlling the filling line including parameter setup, purging, and running production according to Standard Operating Procedures, Aseptic Technique, Bill of Materials, and Batch Records. Operates the Aseptic Filling Process and equipment to aseptically fill solution product into sterilized bottles. Monitors and inspects product during the filling process and reacts to issues by making machine and process adjustments, documenting issues, and informing the appropriate personnel of mechanical, electrical, and quality issues. Maintains the APA in orderly and aseptic condition by removing culls, documenting inspection of the work area, and performing disinfection activities as directed or required. Supports all functions of the APA as needed.

     

    Hours:

    WE shift: Sunday/Saturday 7am-7pm then Wednesday//Thursday 5pm-1:30am 

     

     

    Key Relationships:

    Operating Procedures, Aseptic Technique, Bill of Materials, and Batch Records

     

    Qualifications

    Education: 

    High School Diploma/ GED required

     

    Previous aseptic/clean room experience preferred

     

    Experience:

    2 years Manufacturing experience or advanced education degree (2 or 4 year).   Aseptic manufacturing experience preferred.

     

    Preferred Skills:

    Strong reading and math comprehension, excellent communication skills (written & verbal), good attention to detail, demonstrated problem-solving ability, work well in team environment. Computer skills to include MS Outlook & Excel, ability to navigate web-based computer applications.

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