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Estimated Pay $15 per hour
Hours Full-time, Part-time
Location McPherson, Kansas 67460
McPherson, Kansas

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Our client, a world-leading Pharmaceutical Company in McPherson, KS is currently looking for a Lab Technician to join their expanding team. Position Details: Job Title: Lab Technician / Pharma Industry Duration: 12 months contract, extendable up to 24 months Location: McPherson, KS Note: The client has the right-to-hire you as a permanent employee at any time during or after the end of the contract. You may participate in the company group medical insurance plan Job Description: Utilizing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), EM technician I is responsible for performing a variety of sampling activities in all aseptic and controlled areas of the facility as well as the plant utility systems. Personnel must be able to pass and maintain aseptic qualifications and department training. Good aseptic technique, sampling technique, Good Documentation Practices (GDP), teamwork, and maintaining a safe working environment are expected. In addition to performance of routine monitoring, EM technician I will be responsible for overall operation of the laboratory including EMS operation, stocking of supplies, preparation of equipment, routine sanitation activities, and overall lab upkeep. Position Responsibilities: Perform environmental monitoring tasks for the aseptic environment, other controlled areas, and plant utility systems following specified instructions and techniques from Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), Training Material, and other GMP documents. Ensure all tasks are completed in a GMP compliant and safe manner. Document all tasks within MODA, LIMS, or standard laboratory paper documentation utilizing GDP principles. Entry of information into laboratory logbooks as applicable for tasks per SOP. Partner and communicate with operations, aseptic services, validations, and other site departments as required for support of operations and GMP processes. Perform Environmental Monitoring System (EMS) alarm acknowledgement. Actively participate in daily and weekly laboratory meetings. Accurately complete task management tools and handover communications. Perform general lab tasks including cleaning and equipment preparation. Maintain training for all required tasks. Organizational Relationships: Responsible for individual contributions to achieve team deliverables. May perform work independently, or as an integral member of a team. Interacts with other team members in the laboratory, within the Microbiology Department, and with colleagues from other departments (primarily within the Quality organization). Qualifications: High School Diploma or Equivalent (GED) 0- 2 years of relevant experience. Technical Skills Requirements: Good oral, written and interpersonal communication skills. Basic math skills and computer skills associated with data entry, along with attention to detail. A demonstrated ability to organize time independently, multi-task, and be able to meet objectives in a flexible, team-oriented environment. Must maintain aseptic qualification. Physical/Mental Requirements: Long periods of standing and working in controlled environment gowning. Ability to lift necessary equipment (less than 50 lbs), occasional reaching and bending may be required. Ability to perform basic mathematical calculations and data entry. Extended time working on computers or tablets may be required. Able to ability to achieve and maintain gowning qualifications as well as perform work in an aseptic environment. Maintains a clean and organized environment. Hard Skills: Aseptic Techniques - Gowning Electronic Doc/Manual Nice to Have: Previous Lab/Safety Exp. Demonstrated Work Exp. Leadership Exp. Interview: Teams Comments: Aseptic Techniques - Gowning (They have to be comfortable fully gowning)