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Packaging Operator II ****Required Questionnaire**

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JOB TITLE:
Packaging Operator II ****Required Questionnaire**
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JOB LOCATION:
North Chicago Illinois / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION :
****Required Questionnaire**

1. Are you able and willing to work overtime during the work week and weekends?
2. Attendance at work is an expectation and is closely monitored. If consistent unplanned absences occur, your employment could be terminated. Do you understand and accept these responsibilities? Yes
3. (2nd shift only) Are you willing and able to work 2nd shift hours - 2:45pm-11pm
4. (3rd shift only) Are you willing and able to work 3rd shift hours - 10:45pm-7am?
5. In your previous place(s) of employment, were you part of a safety program or did you have any experience instituting a safety initiative?
6. Do you have previous experience working in a GMP pharmaceutical or manufacturing area, particularly completing visual inspections and documenting actions?
7. The three pillars of AP16 production are productivity, safety, and quality (in no particular order). In your opinion, which of these is most important?

– 3rd Shift Pay $19.80 Bill $29.70 Manager Richard Camasosa
3rd Shift - 8 hour - 10:45pm - 7am - Sunday through Thursday.

Inspects, labels and packages raw and finished products. May be required to maintain records according to Good Manufacturing Practices. May be working in a clean-room environment. Moderate supervision is required. 0-3 years of experience.

Additional Information From Manager:
- Operating packaging equipment or similar technical/pharmaceutical experience
o Doesn’t necessarily need to be in a pharma company but similar
- Experience with safety, quality, GMP guidelines
- Following procedures or similar experience (recipes, blueprints, high regulations)
- Leadership background or potential
- Maintenance/technical background with troubleshooting equipment, performing set-ups, cleaning equipment
- Experience with operating systems or programs used on the equipment

We would prefer to have candidates that meet some of the requirements above, or have experience in other areas that would allow them potential to learn it quickly. If they don’t meet those, we would need to see a background that demonstrates good performance and a high aptitude for learning quickly.

*Overtime and weekend work can be mandatory based on our workload- right now we are having mandatory overtime but it will switch back to voluntary at some point.*

Operations of Production Lines: Effectively operate production line. Maintain change parts and tooling in base condition. Support setup of production line and equipment.

Setup of Production Lines : Assist in setup of automated equipment in primary or secondary packaging area.

Line Performance/OEE: Monitor assigned production lines for performance and identify/resolve performance related operation issues.

Line Clearance: Perform housekeeping cleans on the finishing lines.

Quality Tasks : Perform Quality impactful tasks throughout the production run, including but not limited to challenges, parameters, pulling samples, in-process checks and bulk/commodity accountability. Ability to identify product defects.

Troubleshooting Skills: Troubleshoot minor equipment related issues and performs minor adjustments to improve equipment efficiencies.

Vision System Skills/Knowledge: Basic knowledge and understanding of Vision System.

5S Program: Sustain 5S of parts and tooling across the floor.

Communication: Escalate higher level safety, quality, technical and operating issues in a timely manner to the appropriate groups. Communicates issues and shares learning experiences through open dialogue with peers and leadership.

Position Details

May 17, 2021
S16204861144327827
Illinois / United States
North Chicago
A job sourcing event
In Dallas Fort Worth
Aug 19, 2017 9am-6pm
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****Required Questionnaire**

1. Are you able and willing to work overtime during the work week and weekends?
2. Attendance at work is an expectation and is closely monitored. If consistent unplanned absences occur, your employment could be terminated. Do you understand and accept these responsibilities? Yes
3. (2nd shift only) Are you willing and able to work 2nd shift hours - 2:45pm-11pm
4. (3rd shift only) Are you willing and able to work 3rd shift hours - 10:45pm-7am?
5. In your previous place(s) of employment, were you part of a safety program or did you have any experience instituting a safety initiative?
6. Do you have previous experience working in a GMP pharmaceutical or manufacturing area, particularly completing visual inspections and documenting actions?
7. The three pillars of AP16 production are productivity, safety, and quality (in no particular order). In your opinion, which of these is most important?

– 3rd Shift Pay $19.80 Bill $29.70 Manager Richard Camasosa
3rd Shift - 8 hour - 10:45pm - 7am - Sunday through Thursday.

Inspects, labels and packages raw and finished products. May be required to maintain records according to Good Manufacturing Practices. May be working in a clean-room environment. Moderate supervision is required. 0-3 years of experience.

Additional Information From Manager:
- Operating packaging equipment or similar technical/pharmaceutical experience
o Doesn’t necessarily need to be in a pharma company but similar
- Experience with safety, quality, GMP guidelines
- Following procedures or similar experience (recipes, blueprints, high regulations)
- Leadership background or potential
- Maintenance/technical background with troubleshooting equipment, performing set-ups, cleaning equipment
- Experience with operating systems or programs used on the equipment

We would prefer to have candidates that meet some of the requirements above, or have experience in other areas that would allow them potential to learn it quickly. If they don’t meet those, we would need to see a background that demonstrates good performance and a high aptitude for learning quickly.

*Overtime and weekend work can be mandatory based on our workload- right now we are having mandatory overtime but it will switch back to voluntary at some point.*

Operations of Production Lines: Effectively operate production line. Maintain change parts and tooling in base condition. Support setup of production line and equipment.

Setup of Production Lines : Assist in setup of automated equipment in primary or secondary packaging area.

Line Performance/OEE: Monitor assigned production lines for performance and identify/resolve performance related operation issues.

Line Clearance: Perform housekeeping cleans on the finishing lines.

Quality Tasks : Perform Quality impactful tasks throughout the production run, including but not limited to challenges, parameters, pulling samples, in-process checks and bulk/commodity accountability. Ability to identify product defects.

Troubleshooting Skills: Troubleshoot minor equipment related issues and performs minor adjustments to improve equipment efficiencies.

Vision System Skills/Knowledge: Basic knowledge and understanding of Vision System.

5S Program: Sustain 5S of parts and tooling across the floor.

Communication: Escalate higher level safety, quality, technical and operating issues in a timely manner to the appropriate groups. Communicates issues and shares learning experiences through open dialogue with peers and leadership.