Bausch Health

  • Operator III - 1st Shift

    Location US-FL-Tampa
    Job ID
    Pos. Type
    Full Time
  • Overview

    1st Shift 7:00am - 3:30pm DAYS AND TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

    This position is an entry level position in the aseptic filling operation. The job functions and responsibilities include basic proficient operation of filling equipment, including bottle unscramblers, tippers, cappers,  conveyance systems, line and equipment cleaning, line clearances, component transfer, line/room disinfection, and proper documentation practices.  Ability to operate at least one ointment line and one solution line.  This position requires aseptic gowning certification and line clearance certification.  Maintain training requirements including SOP, EHS, and HR.   Assume responsibility for the GMP, ISO, EHS awareness and compliance within the respective area.  Attend and participate in Lean Improvement initiatives such as reducing costs & OEE initiatives.  Responsible for Maintaining Quality, OEE, Material Variance and Scrap goals.


    Operates aseptic filling line equipment. Maintain production area to prevent cross-contamination (line clearance), disinfect filling lines after each run and perform line clearances. Responsible for maintaining OEE (system entry and standards). 

    Properly document all activities and operations correctly and on time in the batch record.   

    Meets and maintains all required training during the year.

    Support operations and EHS initiatives.

    All other duties as assigned.


    High School diploma or equivalent.

    Knowledgeable in proficiently operating filling/packaging equipment. Able to work quickly and under pressure. Good documentation skills. Must be detail oriented and quality conscious. Good team oriented and excellent communication skills. Must be able to read, write and speak English and possess basic math skills.


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