Pfizer M19 SPO in McPherson, Kansas
The Senior Production Operator may perform any combination of the following: Operate, tend, monitor, service, changeovers, make minor/major adjustments, assemble, disassemble, clean and sterilize one or more of a variety of production related equipment in compliance with equipment, product and process cGMP's and safety/security regulations.
Performs necessary machine set-up, repairs, adjustments, changeovers and preventative maintenance on production equipment.
Makes emergency repairs and replacement of identical parts recommending to supervisor the plan of action on equipment, including replacement, modifications and rebuilding.
Performs operation of production equipment with responsibility for production efficiency, utility and equipment downtime.
Follow SOPs, cGMPs, batch records, TCPs, BOMs and POPs.
Stay current with training requirements.
High school education or equivalent required
One year formal training
Four years mechanical/refrigeration repair experience preferred.
Must possess necessary mechanical skills to perform the required machine set-up, repairs and adjustments in order to keep equipment operating efficiently. Computer (PC) experience plus knowledge of Word, Excel is helpful.
- Vision must be correctable to 20/20.
Must be able to read and understand equipment drawings.
Requires continuous physical activity for repair, adjustment and operation of equipment.
Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds.
Some production areas present exposure to heat, steam and liquids. Ability to work effectively both independently and as a part of a team.
Satisfactory performance and attendance is required.
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
-No travel required
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Last Date to Apply for Job: May 12, 2020
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