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Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing, Inc Labeling, Packaging, and Inspection Technicians a in Grand Rapids, Michigan

DescriptionJOB SUMMARYPerform qualified visual inspections, labeling and packaging of all products and devices manufactured under the guidelines of established procedures and cGMP regulations with the guidance of a lead, coordinator and/or finishing supervisor. The Technician's secondary responsibility is to support in all other routine tasks within the Finishing Operations. This position is ideal for new graduates looking to enter the pharmaceutical industry. 1st (6am -2:15pm) , 2nd (2:30pm - 10:00pm), and 3rd (10pm - 6:15am) shift positions available; competitive wages, benefits, Off-Shift premiums, and great company culture!ESSENTIAL DUTIESInspect, label, and package finished product.Follow all finishing procedures and PDA guidelines.Assist in equipment preparation, inventory management, stocking, staging, and production area sanitization duties as needed.Accurately document data and complete batch records as needed.Perform cleaning and sanitization duties as instructed by the applicable procedure.Perform routine maintenance of finishing equipment.Assist in maintaining a warehouse that adheres to FDA regulations. This includes, but is not limited to: hand truck and fork lift operation, receipt and management of incoming materials, sanitization, labeling, shipping, and distribution.Actively participate in Continuous Quality and Safety Improvements.Support Agency, customer, and vendor audits as needed.Responsible for exhibiting professional behavior with both internal/external business associates that reflects positively on the company and is consistent with the company's policies and practices.Perform all other tasks, projects, and duties as assigned.RequirementsDESIRED SKILLS & ABILITIESExperience in pharmaceutical packaging of regulated products with a thorough understanding of cGMP, FDA guidelines and multinational regulatory standards required.Ability to pass a vision screening and Visual Inspection Qualification testing.Ability to read, interpret, and relate Standard Operating Procedures and Quality standards.Must be detail oriented.Strong verbal and written communication skills.Knowledgeable of GMP standards and the ability to follow CFR guidelines.Computer literate and familiar with Microsoft applications.Excellent time management skills.Actively participate in Continuous Quality and Safety Improvements.Creative and open-minded who fosters an environment in which sharing of ideas is encouraged.Ability to work well in a cross-functional team environment.Qualified candidates possess a High School Diploma or its equivalent. Associate's Degree and/or equivalent preferred.GRAM supports Equal Opportunity Employment