|Job Title:||Production Operator|
|Industry:||Industrial (Warehouse & Manufacturing)|
|Contact Name:||Chelsea Elworthy|
|Job Published:||07 May 2019|
Ensuring that the requirements of Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, and where applicable the Medicines Act 1968 are complied with (e.g. that the Production Operator does not pose a danger to themselves or colleagues and that GMP instructions are complied with).
Maintaining the immediate work area in a clean and tidy condition at all times.
Informing the Line Leader (JS91), Production Supervisor (JS33), Production Manager (JS200), any member of QA/QC, or any member of the Engineering Team of anything concerning a product, component, documentation, or equipment performance, which appears unusual or obviously incorrect.
Entering accurately any appropriate data required on a Batch Packaging Record or Clinical Trial Method where suitably trained and authorised to do so.
The Production Operator is responsible and accountable for the quality of the task or process that they are performing.
Understand QC role, in process checks (IPCs) and challenges. The Production Operator should be prepared to carry out IPCs and challenges if appropriately trained to do so.
Make best use of training offered to improve job knowledge and seek support for areas on which training is required (i.e. Company procedures).
Carrying out other reasonable duties at the request of Line Leader (JS91) or Production Supervisor (JS33) (which may include secondment to another Department) for which relevant training has been provided.
Attend all relevant internal meetings as requested.
Support and encourage any new member of the team and assist in the training of any new personnel.
Interpret randomisations, label text and study design to ensure accurate and blinded packaging.
Interaction with the JDE system will be required to ensure the smooth flow of information through the business.
Participate in 5S and sustain the cubicle to this standard.
Carry out any other reasonable request.