Manufacturing Operator (Granulation)

Company Name:
Caraco Pharmaceutical
Granulation Operator -- Second Shift -- 3:30 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.
Essential Job Functions:
Execute manufacturing processes in accordance with manufacturing work orders.
Perform machine changeovers, cleaning and set up as required.
Troubleshoot and make appropriate adjustments to maintain product specifications.
Ensure adherence to quality standards during all stages of the manufacturing process.
Complete manufacturing documents, ensuring accuracy and completeness.
Maintain compliance at all times with related SOPs and cGMPs in the manufacturing process.
Perform duties through the proper, safe use of equipment, according to Health & Safety procedures and Equipment Manuals.
Other duties as required.
Requirements and Qualifications:
Experience in pharmaceutical production including granulation, coating, encapsulation, compression, and/or blending/mixing.
Minimum successful completion of high school diploma.
Solid knowledge of fundamental cGMP and regulatory requirements in a pharmaceutical manufacturing environment.
Experience in the Compounding area.
Good knowledge of Health & Safety procedures, including OH&S; Act.
Good interpersonal skills with the ability to work as part of a high performance team.
Successful completion of the literacy and numeracy evaluation.
Strong mathematical and organizational skills.
Excellent English language communication skills, both written and verbal are essential.
Preferred Requirements:
At least 4 years experience in pharmaceutical manufacturing.
College certificate or University degree in a related discipline is an asset.
Physical Requirements:
This position requires the ability to do heavy lifting.
Location: Cranbury, NJ
Job Category: Production
Employment Duration: Full time

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