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|Packaging Machine Operator - 2nd Shift|
|Hours:||40 Monday to Friday 215pm to 1045pm|
The Packaging Machine Operator is responsible for all packaging support functions such as preparation of equipment and packaging components to be used in support ofor packaging of the product. Operates production equipment required for all aspects in the packaging of products to ensure compliance with cGMPs, SOPS, FDA, and DEA guidelines. Uses computer systems to enter batch data, reviews Standards Operating Procedures SOPs, and operate computerized equipment. Adheres to all regulatory guidelines including execution of supporting product documentation. Adheres to all safety practices. Completes required Safety Orientation by understanding basic concepts of the procedures. Sets up and operates a packaging machine in accordance with established procedures and guidelines. Fills, secures, and labels containers according to company andor customer specifications. Verifies goods packaged against package invoices. Runs machines for product runs. Packages completed product during each run. Cleans the room when running a different product or if dusty. Rounds up the components for the following runs. LoadsFeeds the bottles. Keeps the outside packaging area clear. Sets bad labels and seals aside for rework. Packages bottles in designated box. Loads boxes on pallet. Assists other teams with packaging and loading bottles. Organizes the sample bottles that are the totes located in the quarantine area. Takes the trash to the back area. Organizes and clears the gowning area. Sets the pill counter to its designated format. Measures the pills by length and width as well as the bottle for accuracy. Verifies that the rails are set for the right bottle width. Aligns the labeler for its bottle size ensuring that when the bottle goes under the sensor that the labeler kicks out the label in appropriate timing. Sets the height for the sealer and verify that the caps get sealed properly. Sets up the capper to the appropriate adjustments for height, width, and rail size. Transfers product f
HS Diploma or GED. Must be able to package between 25-40 bottles a minute. Maintain a strong attendance record. Must be detail-oriented and a professional team player. Must be flexible and able to work overtime. Knowledge of computer equipment set-up.