Lifecore Biomedical (corp) Machine Operator I - 1st shift in Chaska, Minnesota

The Machine Operator I is responsible for the setup and operation of standard packaging machinery in the packaging department. This includes working with and monitoring other packaging personnel to complete equipment set up and operation required by the department schedule. Machine Operators must comply with regulatory requirements, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), and Manufacturing Process Records (MPR). They will perform all processes as required to fill, label, print, tray seal, pouch, final package, and inspect any Lifecore product; document completed work during packaging of final product; continually practice proper precautions and procedures when working with equipment and handling chemicals; participate in the review of batch records, procedures, and practices to help ensure the safety of all Lifecore products as well as personnel; identify and communicate quality issues to supervisor; acquire and maintain cleanroom and gowning qualification as required. This entails maintaining proper hygiene and meeting physical challenges (balance, flexibility, etc.) that are involved in the gowning process; perform necessary job functions in a cleanroom environment; maintain and record product accountability; prepare product shipments for outside sterilization; train all new employees, temps, and re-train existing employees when necessary; maintain current training records and ensure all employees are current in their training; gather review, and ensure completeness of all MO s and documentation.