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Title:  Chemical Process Operator II. 3rd Shift


Using company procedures and guidelines, the Chemical Process Operator II is responsible for the full spectrum of duties within the department.  This may include preparing bulk solutions, using compounding logs and procedures, weighing, mixing, equipment cleaning, tank cleaning, tank movement and PM activities, etc.

  • 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.
  • Handles all chemicals to prepare batches.
  • Moves raw material as required for mixing, weighing and storage.
  • Weighs specified quantities and follows formulation procedures in the preparaton of bulk solutions.
  • 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.
  • Completes compounding logs and procedures.
  • Refers process issues to supervisor or designee.
  • Informs supervisor of maintenance and/or safety issues.
  • Works overtime with short notice when production requires.
  • The incumbent may perform other duties as assigned by management personnel.


  • Minimum:    Associate Degree or a High School Diploma with 5 years of Compounding experience.



  • Minimum:   1-year Pharmaceutical liquid batching experience or 2 years of other batching experience or 2 years of practical laboratory experience or 2 years’ experience as a Chemical Process Operator I with a good performance record


  • 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 SOP
  • 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
  • Ability to assume higher level responsibilities and/or have demonstrated leadership abilities is preferred.  Training others may be a requirement of this job.

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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