Performs operation, cleaning, set-up, and problem solving on high-speed computer controlled tablet presses. Disassembles, cleans, and re-assembles tablet presses, metal detectors, and tablet dedusters, using basic hand tools. Maintains accurate, neat, error free records such as BPR and logbook entries. Follows SOP's and GMPs. Monitors press operations for deviations, quality problems, or physical testing problems. Maintains neat work area and follows department safety rules. Identifies safety, quality, and efficiency improvements using the PET process. Performs duties in other work areas as required. Communicates and interacts effectively with all associates in a team environment.
1-year pharmaceutical experience in compressing is desired. Previous encapsulation experience is desired. Mechanical aptitude and basic computer skills are required. Able to handle totes up to 70 Kg. and lift containers up to 22 Kg. throughout shift. Job will require wearing of personal protective equipment including tyvek coveralls and various styles of respirators, including PAPR and half mask. Job will require use of stand up fork lift and walkie stacker.
Desired Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent