Great 2nd shift Opportunity working from 10pm - 6:30AM Sun -Friday morning!
Our manufacturing company is seeking a team member to join our Reagent Pack Value Stream team. In this role you will formulate, fill, test, and package chemical and biological reagent products of varied complexity according to operational plans and customer demand. We’re looking for associates whom thrive in a team-oriented, goal focused environment. We operate using Daily Management principles, providing immediate guidance and feedback to our associates and focusing on daily, monthly, and quarterly objectives.
You’ll be responsible for following established operation procedures, maintaining appropriate training records for your role, sustaining a smooth flow of material and the execution of work orders to on-time completion.
Beckman Coulter, an operating company within Danaher, is a growing organization looking for associates who meet the qualifications below. Our work delivers both instruments and reagents to customers in hospital and laboratory environments, supporting patient health. We look forward to speaking with you & working to further your career.
Key Responsibilities• Read, and follow established work instructions and procedures with emphasis on quality• Execute the daily production plan to due date conformance and quality standards.• Train to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Follow engineering drawings, work order information, SOPs, and other written and verbal specifications in the manufacturing process while maintaining FDA requirements• Independently execute work regarding formulating, filling, testing and packaging• Apply basic analytical skills or scientific methods to perform daily tasks• Perform the set-up, calibration, testing and troubleshooting of reagent components and instruments• Conduct testing on solutions which include pH, conductivity, and density, to ensure adherence to production/process specifications• Assure compliance with FDA Quality System Regulations (QSR), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), and ISO regulatory requirements• Work directly and cooperatively with cross-functional team members to troubleshoot issues and ensure emphasis on quality• Identify, recommend and implement quality improvements including but not limited to production methods, equipment performance, product quality and efficiencies• Learn and participate in the company's lean manufacturing principles• Maintain a safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations• Perform other duties and cross training as assigned• Train new team members on equipment operations and work procedures as needed• Ability to complete appropriate paperwork, maintain accurate records of production and report status of work• Proficiency with Microsoft applications, including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel and the basic Windows operating system
Our Leadership CompetenciesWe value associates with solid decision making and priority setting skills, and who are going to thrive in a diverse environment where individual contribution and team effort are equally important. Trust, cooperation, and flexibility are key success factors, along with a focus on supporting our end customer.
WORKING CONDITIONSOur facilities are a heated, air-conditioned and humidity controlled production floor and /or clean room environment. Our buildings are modern, with employee accessible WiFi, dedicated break, quiet, and collaborative spaces, and an on-campus cafeteria. We hold several employee appreciation events throughout the year. Our campus is located on Lake Hazeltine with walking trails between buildings. Our location is convenient to central Chaska and Chanhassen shops and restaurants, and we are a 25-minute drive from downtown Minneapolis.We offer full benefits for associates, including medical/dental/vision, paid time off, volunteer time off, competitive 401K match, and leave of absence options including maternity, paternity and personal. Our base pay is competitive and includes an annual merit pay review, annual individual bonus potential based on individual and company performance, and on-the-spot recognition.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE • Must have 2+ years relevant experience• Experience in a regulated industry preferred (e.g. FDA, ISO).
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