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Title:  Chemical Process Operator I, 2nd Shift


Using company procedures and guidelines, the Chemical Process Operator I is responsible for a limited spectrum of duties within the department.  This may include weighing, mixing, equipment cleaning, tank cleaning, tank movement and PM activities, etc.  This job has no supervisory responsibilities; however, the ability to assume higher level responsibilities and/or have demonstrated leadership abilities is preferred. 


  • Regular and predictable onsite attendance and punctuality.
  • Sets up & operates equipment such as scales, mixers, pumps, CIP units, tanks and material handling equipment.
  • Maintains accurate records, i.e., log books, raw material inventories, reconcilliations and batch records.
  • Moves raw material as required for mixing, weighing and storage.
  • Weighs all chemicals to prepare cleaning solution batches and on a limited basis, production batches designated by the department.
  • Performs acid/base pH adjustments as required by batch or as instructed by QA Lab.
  • Transfers finished batches to specified area for further processing.
  • Adheres strictly to cGMPs and SOPs to ensure the quality and integrity of products.
  • Performs clean-up of equipment and rooms as necessary.
  • Collects samples, performs other quality checks as necessary.
  • Performs preventive maintenance tasks on compounding equipment, such as tanks, mixers and pumps as required or as instructed by supervisor or designee.
  • Refers process issues to supervisor or designee. 
  • Informs supervisor of maintenance and/or safety issues.
  • Works overtime with short notice when production requires.
  • Under supervision, weighs specified quantities and follows formulation procedures in the preparation of bulk solutions.
  • The incumbent may perform other duties as assigned by management personnel.


  • Minimum:  Associates Degree in Science or equivalent


  • Minimum:    1-year Pharmaceutical liquid batching experience or 2 years of other batching experience or 2 years of practical laboratory experience


  • Good oral and written communication skills are essential
  • Must be able to document process issues in a clean, concise manner in accordance with cGMPs and SOPs
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals
  • Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form
  • Must be able to read and understand complex formulation procedures
  • Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations 
  • Ability to examine problem areas and make recommendations for corrective action
  • Must be able to comprehend and follow all applicable SOPs
  • Heavy continuous exertion
  • Movement and weighing of heavy containers up to 100 lbs., lifts 45 – 50 lbs. 25 – 50% of time
  • Movement of portable tanks may require the use of a power pusher which requires 20/40 distance vision and ability to pass a whisper test (or have no worse than 40 dBA in the better ear). 
  • Must be able to stand for long periods of time
  • Must be able to climb ladders and platforms to dispense chemicals
  • Must be able to wear required PPE
  • Work involves exposure to raw materials which requires special handling and protective equipment
  • Operators are exposed to raw materials 80% of the time. 
  • Must work in compounding suites wearing company issued frock (long laboratory coat), hood, and boots
  • Must wear PAPRs and successfully complete and pass pulmonary function testing
  • The noise level is moderate to loud in CIP Washrooms; use of hearing protection may be required
  • The use of sanitizing agents to clean the compounding rooms may be moderately disagreeable


What We Offer

  • Clean climate-controlled working environment
  • Annual performance bonus potential
  • 401k employer match up to 6% of your contributions
  • 23 vacation/personal days
  • 11 paid Company holidays
  • Generous healthcare benefits
  • Employee discount program
  • Wellbeing rewards programs
  • Safety and Quality is a top organizational priority
  • Career advancement/growth opportunities
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Maternity and Parental Leave


*Eligibility requirements apply to some benefits and may depend on your job classification and length of employment. Benefits are subject to change and may be subject to a specific plan or program terms.


Cherry Hill, NJ, US, 08003

Nearest Major Market: Philadelphia

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