Compounder I- Lynchburg Compounding Direct
12 Hour Rotating Shifts
Performs all operations related to the compounding of bulk products in accordance with all applicable SOPs and Work Instructions. May receive general guidance on day to day responsibilities from a lead compounder. Specific duties include:
Performs and understands all functions of a compounder 1.
Stage, verify and charge to vessels all required ingredients for bulk product in accordance with formulas and manufacturing instructions.
Clean and sanitize assigned tanks, associated piping, fittings, pumps and other related equipment.
Set up and operate process equipment.
Perform visual quality checks when compounding, identify discrepancies, and initiate resolution.
Perform daily checks and communicate equipment status to appropriate persons in accordance with operating policies and procedures.
Obtain samples as required by controlled documents.
Capable of lifting items up to 100 pounds.
Record information as work is completed and process paperwork according to procedures.
Complete compounding of assigned products in a timely fashion in accordance with the production schedule and batch cycle time requirements.
Keeps processing areas clean and orderly at all times
Operate powered industrial equipment in accordance with established policies and procedures.
Secure and maintain all necessary safety equipment and follow established safety procedures.
Perform housekeeping duties on a continuous basis.
Return unused chemicals and empty containers to appropriate areas.
Perform product rework as required by specific operating procedures.
Follows TTL Quality System and FDA’s GMP regulations
Perform other compounding duties as assigned.
Assist in orientation and training of new employees.
Assist in investigating process related issues.
Monitors, troubleshoots and makes repairs to equipment as directed.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Perform multiple tasks simultaneously and manage time efficiency.
Certified to operate powered industrial trucks.
Knowledge of Hazardous Material Procedures, the Hazardous Material Information System, Material Safety Data Sheets and safety precautions of tasks involved.
Mechanical skills for performing preventive maintenance and minor repairs of process equipment.
Ability to operate process systems, including a PLC Control System.
Ability to use measuring and testing devices.
Education and Experience:
Understanding/following written instructions, and writing legibly.
High school graduate/GED with proficiency in math.
Previous compounding experience in chemical processing or manufacturing environment or experience as a Chemical Warehouse Associate, or Sanitization Associate
A good working environment
Repetitive lifting of 50lbs.
Heavy walking up/down stairs.
Working area temperature is dependant on weather.
Exposure to motorized equipment within the department
KDC-ONE is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, gender, disability or any other characteristic protected by law. I understand that employment with KDC-ONE Company is at-will, meaning that I or KDC-ONE Company may terminate my employment at any time, or for any reason consistent with applicable state or federal law. I understand that KDC-One requires the successful completion of a drug and/or alcohol test as a condition of employment.
- Pay Type Hourly
- Employment Indicator Direct
- Lynchburg, 1000 Robins Rd, Lynchburg, Virginia, United States of America