Lilly Manufacturing Operator - Device Assembly - Night Shift in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
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Quick Benefits Overview:
Medical, Dental, Vision, Prescription benefits are effective on your first day of employment
Paid vacation- starting annually at 120 hours (prorated based on start date)
$3,000 sign-on bonus
Lilly has designed a new Parenteral, Device Assembly, and Packaging Facility in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina. This is an exciting opportunity to help build a state-of-the-art facility and Quality System from the ground up.
The Manufacturing Operator will work in the RTP Device Assembly, where Lilly autoinjector devices are assembled and packaged. Operators will be responsible for the safe operation of highly automated equipment producing products of the highest quality for Lilly patients, with Safety First and Quality Always.
Adhere to RTP Plant safety policies and procedures, contribute to a safe work environment.
Setup and operate highly automated equipment in the Device Assembly Area.
Adhere to standard operating procedures and current Good Manufacturing Practices to ensure quality of product.
Document process steps on appropriate batch documentation (Electronic Ticket, SAP, Cleanings, etc.).
Attain and maintain qualification for the operation of assigned process equipment and duties in the area.
Identify opportunities for operational improvements.
Proactively monitor documentation and product quality, properly documenting all activities and reporting issues to supervision.
Contribute to the achievement of key departmental objectives including improving safety performance, reducing deviations, improving productivity, and training compliance.
Must be willing to work 12 hour shifts (2-2-3 schedule)
Currently in the start up phase of operations. Candidate must be flexible and be willing to perform non-routine work with Safety & Integrity in mind at all times
- High School Diploma or GED
Entry Level with some experience working in a GMP environment preferably in a pharmaceutical industry.
Willing to learn and be open-minded
Strong potential to multitask
Strong ability to demonstrate attention to detail
Initial training for this role will occur on day shift and position will transition to night shift
Ability to wear safety equipment required (safety glasses, safety shoes, protective gloves etc.)
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