Posted in Manufacturing 4 days ago.
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Location: Zebulon, North Carolina
Are you an experienced Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Operator/Technician who thrives in a challenging, fast-paced environment? If so, this opportunity as a Production Maker I may be just the right role for you to explore.
As a Production Maker I in MDPI (Multi Dose Powder Inhaler) you will be responsible for operating, challenging and cleaning equipment, according to appropriate regulatory and OSHA requirements to deliver high quality products manufactured in a safe way to fulfill the needs of the supply chain for our products. You will be responsible for monitoring equipment for excessive rejects and performing all duties in accordance with regulatory and OSHA requirements.
Note: This role requires working 8 hours shifts (40 hours work week) on 3rd shift. Shift schedule is 11:00 pm - 7:30 am. is Sunday Night until Thursday morning.
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