Job Description

Our team members are at the heart of everything we do. At Cencora, we are united in our responsibility to create healthier futures, and every person here is essential to us being able to deliver on that purpose. If you want to make a difference at the center of health, come join our innovative company and help us improve the lives of people and animals everywhere. Apply today!

What you will be doing

**$2,000 SIGN ON BONUS**

Monday-Friday 3pm-11:30pm

$23.50 an hour (includes shift differential)

Employment is subject to verification of pre-hire tests, which may include drug screening and background check when permitted by state or local laws.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Verify and prepare repackaging material and equipment for production run.
2. Responsible for packaging machine set up/ changeovers for production runs. This includes following work instructions for equipment set up/ changeovers and following all work standards and SOPs. Is capable at this level to identify and resolve issues during set up and change overs
3. Responsible for operating packaging equipment, including troubleshooting and making adjustments in accordance with work standards. Responsible for following escalation protocol in a timely manner when troubleshooting efforts fail.
4. Responsible for repackaging raw material into finished product that are within packaging specifications and meet all quality standards.
5. Responsible for working alongside of maintenance when escalation to maintenance support is needed for a mechanical issue.
6. Responsible for production room and equipment cleans/sanitation
7. Has a thorough understanding of batch record information and using basic mathematical skills, records and prepares accurate and complete information.
8. Adheres to and operates under 5S principles/guidelines for the promotion of efficient and effective operations.
9. Responsible for being actively engaged in all technical training, as well as compliance and other training required as a member of the operations team.
10. Responsible for assisting in training new operators alongside the Operator III - Packaging Machine.
11. Adheres to all cGMPs, safety regulations and Standard Operating Procedures.
12. Maintains good housekeeping throughout the shift in the work areas.
13. Works as a team member with other members of the AHP operations team to meet and/or exceed quality and production goals.
14. Responsible for being an active participant in continuous improvement activities to promote improved efficiency and effectiveness of the production line.
15. Work in partnership with supporting areas, such as quality to resolve issues that prevent the operations from achieving its goals.
16. Performs related duties as assigned.

Please refer to the PMO Training Curriculum which distinguishes each level of the job family.

What your background should look like 

EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

Associates degree, completion of vocational program or certification in manufacturing operations or equivalent preferred. Requires completion of a high school diploma, general education degree (GED) or equivalent combination of experience and education. Minimum two (2) years of manufacturing experience required. One (1) year experience in pharmaceutical manufacturing, or other regulated industry, such as FDC regulated industry preferred.

MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS:

1. Ability to read, write and understand the English language for reading documents, product labels and instructions. Must have good written skills for accurately completing compliance documentation for production runs.
2. Must possess basic mathematical skills.
3. Strong interpersonal skills; ability to develop and maintain cooperative working relationships with others and work in a team-based environment.
4. Strong organizational skills; detail oriented.
5. Ability to use good judgment to carry out detailed instructions.
6. Basic problem-solving capabilities for troubleshooting issues in the production environment.
7. Experience in 5S principles and practices.
8. Ability to work overtime when needed

What Cencora offers

We provide compensation, benefits, and resources that enable a highly inclusive culture and support our team members’ ability to live with purpose every day. In addition to traditional offerings like medical, dental, and vision care, we also provide a comprehensive suite of benefits that focus on the physical, emotional, financial, and social aspects of wellness. This encompasses support for working families, which may include backup dependent care, adoption assistance, infertility coverage, family building support, behavioral health solutions, paid parental leave, and paid caregiver leave. 

To encourage your personal growth, we also offer a variety of training programs, professional development resources, and opportunities to participate in mentorship programs, employee resource groups, volunteer activities, and much more.

For details, visit https://www.virtualfairhub.com/cencora

Schedule

Full time

Affiliated Companies:

Affiliated Companies: Amerisource Health Services, LLC

Equal Employment Opportunity

Cencora is committed to providing equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or membership in any other class protected by federal, state or local law.

The company’s continued success depends on the full and effective utilization of qualified individuals. Therefore, harassment is prohibited and all matters related to recruiting, training, compensation, benefits, promotions and transfers comply with equal opportunity principles and are non-discriminatory.

Cencora is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities during the employment process which are consistent with legal requirements. If you wish to request an accommodation while seeking employment, please call 888.692.2272 or email hrsc@cencora.com. We will make accommodation determinations on a request-by-request basis. Messages and emails regarding anything other than accommodations requests will not be returned


EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

Associates degree, completion of vocational program or certification in manufacturing operations or equivalent preferred. Requires completion of a high school diploma, general education degree (GED) or equivalent combination of experience and education. Minimum two (2) years of manufacturing experience required. One (1) year experience in pharmaceutical manufacturing, or other regulated industry, such as FDC regulated industry preferred.

MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS:

1. Ability to read, write and understand the English language for reading documents, product labels and instructions. Must have good written skills for accurately completing compliance documentation for production runs.
2. Must possess basic mathematical skills.
3. Strong interpersonal skills; ability to develop and maintain cooperative working relationships with others and work in a team-based environment.
4. Strong organizational skills; detail oriented.
5. Ability to use good judgment to carry out detailed instructions.
6. Basic problem-solving capabilities for troubleshooting issues in the production environment.
7. Experience in 5S principles and practices.
8. Ability to work overtime when needed


USA > OH > Columbus > John Glenn
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