Bausch Health

  • Production Technician III

    Location US-NY-Rochester
    Job ID
    Pos. Type
    Full Time
  • Overview

    Bausch + Lomb now hiring for Production Technician III positions!


    Evening shifts available – 6:00 pm – 6:00 am


    The Production Technician III is responsible for the operation of all aspects of a state of the art contact lens manufacturing line to produce high quality contact lenses in accordance with all cGMP/FDA regulations and requirements.  Operations include all steps in contact lens manufacturing from the beginning phase of molding/creating new lenses to the end phase of packaging the lenses for distribution. Evening shifts available:  6:00 pm - 6:00 am



    • Operate highly automated contact lens manufacturing equipment from multiple equipment vendors to include manufacturing, performance monitoring, and troubleshooting.
    • Use of mechanics, pneumatics, electrical control systems, and in-process computerized information systems.
    • Independently identify, diagnose, correct, and document process trends and problems. Enlist support from manufacturing team and technical staff as needed.
    • Utilize complex and detailed troubleshooting procedures to determine the best course of action for maximizing reliability of complex automation.
    • Responsible for proper communication of troubleshooting activities.
    • Perform corrective and preventative maintenance of equipment in cooperation with Plant Maintenance and other shifts.
    • Accurately record data and observations during protocols and production.
    • Assure compliance with established quality standards, test schedules, maintenance schedules, and production schedules.
    • Provide direct input to daily production reports (shift logs) to include shift performance, shift accomplishments, and ongoing issues.
    • Maintain awareness of process events that occur outside of your work hours via production reports and shift logs.
    • Coordinate daily activity of supporting crew members such as utility and material handling personnel.
    • Function as SME in advanced production line technology.
    • Instruct associates in setup, inspection, and maintenance operations.
    • Interface directly with support personnel regarding operational and technical issues.
    • Provide written input to the continuous improvement of procedures for troubleshooting and operation.
    • Read and understand mechanical drawings, electrical prints, and technical documentation.
    • Support, encourage, and participate in team related activities (production meetings, in-service training, shift crossover, etc.).



    • Associates degree in related electrical or mechanical field or technical certifications preferred. 
    • Must have demonstrated knowledge of computers and software, strong trouble shooting skills, good verbal/written skills.  A minimum of 2 or more years related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience. 
    • PLC troubleshooting skills, mold machine experience – electric and hydraulic preferred.


    Working at Bausch + Lomb:


    You have the opportunity to contribute to enhancing the health and well-being of people around the world.  Our success comes from the diverse, high-performing employees of Bausch + Lomb.  We have a strong belief that the company’s success coincides with the achievement of personal and professional goals. We are a progressive, exciting place to work – a place where opportunities exist for new and current employees.


    Benefits of working at Bausch + Lomb:

    • Individual training program to learn your new responsibilities
    • Career growth through expanded responsibilities, promotions and new positions
    • Medical, Dental, Eye Health, Disability and Life Insurance begins on your hire date
    • 401K Plan with company match and ongoing company contribution
    • Paid time off – vacation, floating holidays and sick time
    • Employee stock purchase Plan with company match
    • Ongoing performance feedback and annual compensation review


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