Pfizer R2 Sanitation Operator in Rocky Mount, North Carolina
The primary function of this position is to support the aseptic manufacturing areas in R1 facility by performing necessary sanitation activities to ensure the effective and efficient sanitation of the aseptic facility. The Sanitation Operator is responsible for the execution and documenting necessary sanitation activities as requirement of site procedures. They will be responsible to ensure proper cGDP and forms are reconciled and completed appropriately.
Work cross functionally with Ops, BQ & MQ to ensure the timely sanitation of aseptic facility
Complete and reconcile sanitation documents
Assist in the implement necessary improvement projects
High school Diploma required
1+ years experience working in an aseptic or related environment
Requires strong oral, written, communication, and interpersonal skills
Must be self-directed and requires an appropriate level of education and experience to make and act upon decisions that impact the site from an aseptic standpoint
Requires thorough knowledge of cGMP's and cGDPs
Must be able to function under a stressful situation while being able to remain focused at the necessary requirements. In addition, must be able to appropriately identify and escalate issues on a timely basis
Must be able to work on weekend, off shifts and holiday as business demands
Last Date to Apply for Job: August 22, 2017
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