Abbott Process Panel Operator -2nd Shift in Columbus, Ohio
At Abbott, we're committed to helping people live their best possible life through the power of health. For more than 125 years, we've brought new products and technologies to the world -- in nutrition, diagnostics, medical devices and branded generic pharmaceuticals -- that create more possibilities for more people at all stages of life. Today, 99,000 of us are working to help people live not just longer, but better, in the more than 150 countries we serve.
2nd Shift Monday-Friday
Primary Function / Primary Goals / Objectives:
Processing Operator - no prior processing experience at AN required. Operator
requires supervision (during training) to complete job tasks and for decisions related to job tasks and products.
The individual is responsible for the manufacturing of liquid adult, pediatric and medical nutritional products. Primary functions include, but not limited to: material handling/dispensing, hand cleaning, clean-in-place (CIP), heat treatment systems, cleaning-out-of-place (COP), operation of scales, routine housekeeping, allergen control, portable pumps, container rinsers, homogenizers, lifting and physical handling of raw ingredients during the weighing, staging and manufacturing processes.
Interaction with computer systems that are integrated into the manufacturing process along with documentation of manufacturing steps in accordance with work order and job procedures.
A processing operator must adhere to all GMP's and EH&S regulatory standards and follow detailed work order instructions. The operator must be motivated to learn processing CJRs, works well with trainer, other members of the processing crew and possess good interpersonal skills.
Responsible for implementing and maintaining the effectiveness of the quality system.
· Operator Completes on the job training with a certified processing trainer. Trainer
signs off on all OJTs within 24 months. (Training extensions granted by Department Management)
· Operator is capable of performing core job responsibilities (CJRs) with a trainer, once signed off on tasks should be able to operate with minimal supervision.
· Preparation/operation/monitoring/documentation of bulk slurries for blending
· Operation/monitoring/documentation of computer-controlled heat treatment
· Operation/monitoring/documentation of computer-controlled blending processes
· Weighing/documenting/staging, utilizing a computer-controlled weigh system, of
· Operation/monitoring/documentation of a computer-controlled clean-in-place (CIP)
system utilized for manufacturing equipment (i.e. tanks, heat treatment system, etc.)
· Perform/document product standardization operations (i.e. vitamins, flavors, oils)
· Maintain area GMP compliance through routine cleaning of equipment and general area, adherence to work order and job procedures, and accurate documentation
· Receipt and unloading of bulk raw ingredients and CIP chemicals
· Demonstrate accountability and responsibility for EHS performance and compliance through active participation and support of Abbott’s EHS program
Perform other work related duties as assigned.
High school diploma/GED required. Bachelors Degree in Technical field preferred.
Knowledge of applicable regulatory standards and requirements for infant formula and nutritionals.
Experience in a plant production environment (preferably within drug, food or beverage manufacturing).
Knowledge of applicable regulatory standards and requirements for infant formula, adult nutrition, and performance nutrition. Knowledge of food processing techniques and documentation requirements.
Ability to read and follow work order documents, troubleshoot equipment breakdowns and operate powered industrial vehicles. Should possess a good mechanical aptitude and solid problem-solving skills.
Accountability / Scope/Budget:
This position is accountable for accurately following all procedures relating to the
manufacture of products in the Columbus Plant. Failure to follow all procedures could result in batch loss due to wrong ingredients, incorrect temperatures or being held too long, ingredient mislabel, wrong amount added or not added at all, expired ingredients added, lost product, downtime, and re-blends.
Accountable for the safety of self and other employees while operating equipment.
This position is accountable for complying with applicable FDA (GMP), USDA, OSHA and Abbott regulations, policies, procedures or guidelines.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Abbot welcomes and encourages diversity in our workforce.
We provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities.
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