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Formulation Specialist

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JOB TITLE:

Formulation Specialist

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JOB LOCATION:

Kalamazoo Michigan / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Pilot Facility Formulation Operator provides technical support to the OSD Pilot Facility (PF).
The Formulation Specialist performs the assembly, preparation, and cleaning of manufacturing equipment and conducts manufacturing processes for animal health products in the Pilot Facility area. This is a position that requires high attention to detail, awareness of the sensitivities of working in a manufacturing environment, an engaged work ethic as part of a high-performance team and communicating in a manner that is conducive to effective working relationships. The following are some of the responsibilities:

•Support Pilot Facility small scale batch production.
•Ability to understand and operate all manufacturing equipment in PF. Become proficient in blending and weigh/dispense, tableting, granulation and roller compaction and all associated equipment
•Operate, maintain, troubleshoot and make minor repairs on Pilot Facility equipment
•Work with Project leaders by participating in batch planning, manufacture, and follow up.
•Set up batch equipment and supplies for manufacture
•Clean rooms and equipment and leave ready for next manufacture in appropriate state of cleanliness
•Become proficient at tablet and powder in process test equipment such as Tap Density, LOD, Disinegration, Hardness, Friability, Mass Flow etc.
•Ensure all tasks are performed in accordance with applicable batch records, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and safety guidelines, as well as applicable regulatory standards, such as current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs)
•Assembly, disassembly, and proper cleaning of Pilot Facility equipment and work areas
•Ability to train on area SOP’s/OJT’s- equipment, process, paperwork.
•Capable of collecting and assembling data for review.
•Ability to work with hazardous materials in a controlled manner by following proper gowning procedures, all SOPs, and safety guidelines
•Follow specific and detailed recipe instructions, requiring “right first time” measuring and mixing of ingredients to create finished products
•Monitor, evaluate and adjust processes or equipment to maximize quality and efficiency
•Maintain complete and accurate documentation of all tasks completed
•Effectively communicate with support personnel and leadership

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

•High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
•Basic math and legible penmanship, and reading comprehension
•2-5 years of relevant pharmaceutical or packaging experience
•Demonstrated Mechanical reasoning and troubleshooting skills
•Ability to follow detailed instructions
•Effective interpersonal communication and a positive outlook
•Mechanical reasoning and troubleshooting skills
•Knowledge of cGMP’s and production practices
•Computer Skills: Microsoft Applications preferred
•Individual must be self-motivated and be able to work independently
•Good oral and written communication skills
•Potential lifting of 20-50 lbs
•Occasional prolonged periods of standing
•Flexible hours and overtime may be required

Position Details

POSTED:

Oct 16, 2022

EMPLOYMENT:

INDUSTRY:

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S166077720548781

LOCATION:

Michigan / United States

CITY:

Kalamazoo

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The Pilot Facility Formulation Operator provides technical support to the OSD Pilot Facility (PF).
The Formulation Specialist performs the assembly, preparation, and cleaning of manufacturing equipment and conducts manufacturing processes for animal health products in the Pilot Facility area. This is a position that requires high attention to detail, awareness of the sensitivities of working in a manufacturing environment, an engaged work ethic as part of a high-performance team and communicating in a manner that is conducive to effective working relationships. The following are some of the responsibilities:

•Support Pilot Facility small scale batch production.
•Ability to understand and operate all manufacturing equipment in PF. Become proficient in blending and weigh/dispense, tableting, granulation and roller compaction and all associated equipment
•Operate, maintain, troubleshoot and make minor repairs on Pilot Facility equipment
•Work with Project leaders by participating in batch planning, manufacture, and follow up.
•Set up batch equipment and supplies for manufacture
•Clean rooms and equipment and leave ready for next manufacture in appropriate state of cleanliness
•Become proficient at tablet and powder in process test equipment such as Tap Density, LOD, Disinegration, Hardness, Friability, Mass Flow etc.
•Ensure all tasks are performed in accordance with applicable batch records, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and safety guidelines, as well as applicable regulatory standards, such as current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs)
•Assembly, disassembly, and proper cleaning of Pilot Facility equipment and work areas
•Ability to train on area SOP’s/OJT’s- equipment, process, paperwork.
•Capable of collecting and assembling data for review.
•Ability to work with hazardous materials in a controlled manner by following proper gowning procedures, all SOPs, and safety guidelines
•Follow specific and detailed recipe instructions, requiring “right first time” measuring and mixing of ingredients to create finished products
•Monitor, evaluate and adjust processes or equipment to maximize quality and efficiency
•Maintain complete and accurate documentation of all tasks completed
•Effectively communicate with support personnel and leadership

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

•High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
•Basic math and legible penmanship, and reading comprehension
•2-5 years of relevant pharmaceutical or packaging experience
•Demonstrated Mechanical reasoning and troubleshooting skills
•Ability to follow detailed instructions
•Effective interpersonal communication and a positive outlook
•Mechanical reasoning and troubleshooting skills
•Knowledge of cGMP’s and production practices
•Computer Skills: Microsoft Applications preferred
•Individual must be self-motivated and be able to work independently
•Good oral and written communication skills
•Potential lifting of 20-50 lbs
•Occasional prolonged periods of standing
•Flexible hours and overtime may be required


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