Pfizer Packaging Tech 5 in Kalamazoo, Michigan
Perform all manual packaging and inspection duties as required by operating unit.
Operate selected packaging equipment.
Assist or perform setup of selected equipment with guidance from leadership.
Perform line clearances and cleaning.
Perform necessary process checks including but not limited to package checks, hourly audits, etc.
Perform equipment and facility compliance assessments.
Monitors packaging output, checks product quality and makes adjustment to ensure equipment is operating efficiently.
Performs all necessary SAP/PEPS entries.
Changeover all production lines.
Conducts label lot changeovers.
Verifies that the line is clean and cleared prior to starting the production order.
Responsible for accuracy of batch related documentation.
Troubleshoot selected equipment.
Ensures equipment is operational when returned after maintenance - ensures maintenance log is completed and accurate.
Provides support to Operational Specialist and Process Engineer for new materials and equipment.
Performs Operator Care functions.
Able to gown and work in all unclassified areas.
Demonstrates floor leadership abilities.
Work in a safe manner and report all potential safety issues to leadership in a timely manner.
Perform all tasks in strict compliance with operating procedures, best practices and regulatory requirements.
Dependable - Follows unit / area / plant requirements and guidelines.
Willing to assist other production units in order to meet unit / site goals.
Maintain training at or above 95%.
Perform a variety of miscellaneous tasks in support of the Kalamazoo Site objectives.
Sign-off and observe safe work permits.
Communication and Leadership Expectations
Consistently displays Own-It behaviors in accordance with Pfizer Core Competencies: Seizes accountability, grows self, change agile, self-awareness, commits to one Pfizer, peer relationships.
Train and mentor new colleagues and TCW's
Provide feedback to leadership regarding issues and errors with GMP documentation.
Responsible for the direction of colleagues and TCW's while leading the work center / production line.
Understands basic problem solving methods (Method 1 training)
Coordinates with maintenance to complete repairs and develop solutions to equipment issues.
High school diploma / general education degree (GED) plus either an Associate's degree or six months work experience (e.g. current or previous Pfizer colleague; Mfg, Pkg or Veterans/Military relevant experience) required.
Strong mechanical background, troubleshooting skills, math and reading skills required for SOP, GMP.
Batch Record comprehension preferred.
Ability to contribute to department success in a team environment and perform tasks at a productive level under demanding conditions is mandatory.
Must be self-motivated and willing to learn new and changing responsibilities.
Requires a demonstrated ability to direct daily activities to meet production schedule.
Basic administrative and/or standardized, semi-skilled work routines; operation of complex technical and/or mechanical tools and equipment. Demonstrated interpersonal leadership and accountability in day-to-day interactions with an operational focus on customer needs and process requirements is required. Considerable demonstrated skills in communicating (oral and written) effectively with diverse individuals/groups; facilitating trust and understanding; and developing, influencing and managing work, employee and customer relationships.
Considerable standing, walking, bending, reaching and lifting up to 42 pounds. Manual dexterity and good hand-eye coordination is required.
This position requires the manual inspection of products. The successful candidate must be able to perform manual, repetitive-motion tasks.
Other Job Details:
Last Date to Apply for Job: May 11, 2021
Eligible for Relocation Package: No
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