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Laboratory Production Associate (LIAT D1)
Ref No.: 19-05888
Location: Branchburg, New Jersey
Laboratory Production Associate (LIAT D1)
Branchburg, NJ
Starting Pay Rate: $16.50/hr
Start Date: ASAP
3 day 13-hour shift (6am-7pm) Monday- Wednesday
Full-time

This is an exciting opportunity to join a global leader in biotechnology and pharmaceutical research, development and patient care initiatives that help millions of people every day. If you enjoy helping people and are interested in starting a career with one of the world's largest and most innovative biotech companies- this is the job for you!

Job Description:
  • Performs tube/frame assembly, filling, labeling and pouching operations consistent with Roche quality standards.
  • Follows all department work instructions, SOPs, OSHA safety regulations and executes all manufacturing activities in accordance with cGMP/cGDP/cGLP guidelines.
  • As part of the production team will perform in-process quality checks for specific quality attributes (fill check, visual inspection and label integrity check). Inspects products for defects and conformance to quality standards in accordance with cGMP/cGDP/cGLP guidelines.
  • Must have the ability to wear protective gowning as manufacturing steps are performed in an environmentally controlled area.
  • Uses basic laboratory equipment to complete manufacturing and filling activities including scales, etc.
  • Completes necessary filling documentation (production manufacturing records) and associated SAP transactions to ensure all components meet requirements pertaining to lot numbers, expiration dates, intermediates, reconciliations, etc.
  • Cleans work area and decontaminates work surfaces in accordance with defined procedures and performs duties in accordance with SOPs, QSRs, and all safety regulatory requirements.
  • Monitors laboratory supply inventory, replenishes lab supplies as needed. Performs general/routine laboratory maintenance/upkeep.
  • Communicates and interfaces directly with internal groups to ensure that laboratory equipment maintenance and calibration are completed as scheduled.
  • Performs material handling activities according to defined procedures, which includes picking, issuing, stock transfer and receipt transactions.
Required Skills:
  • Preferred: 3 years manufacturing experience, preferably with liquid filling in the pharmaceutical or medical device industry.
  • Minimum: 1 year manufacturing experience in filling, labeling or packaging operations, preferably in the pharmaceutical or medical device industry
  • Lifting requirements up to 50lbs.
  • Ability and willingness to work in a clean room environment with gowning, mask and safety glasses
  • Ability to perform the majority of work with a partner and/or team.
  • Demonstrates competency in reading and completing charts, forms and other documents.
  • Experience working with basic computer word processing and spreadsheet applications.
  • Good written communication skills are highly desirable
Education:
Preferred: Associates Degree in a related field.