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Manufacturing Operations Coordinator
Ref No.: 18-13407
Location: Carpinteria, California
Primary Purpose, Essential Job Functions & Responsibilities:
Responsibilities include reagent handling. Dispense chemical and biological reagents using automated / semi-automated equipment, peristaltic pumps, pipettes and graduated cylinders. Imprint label stock and apply labels, assemble and process product. Package products in boxes for shipment to customers. Maintain and update manufacturing Device History Records. Perform in-process inspections of labels, labeling and assemblies. Assist in inventory control activities. Maintain clean and organized manufacturing area. Support other company functions as assigned.

Education High School Diploma or equivalent
*Some higher education or specialized training/certification preferred

1-3 years relevant experience preferred in regulated manufacturing environment

*2nd shift

Requires basic Math, Interpersonal Skills, Typing, Communication Skills, Technical Writing/Editing Skills, Reagent Preparation, Labeling & Bottling Techniques, Quality Control.
Can respond to requests for information in a timely manner, and consistently meet goals and deadlines. Skilled in managing workload, prioritizing tasks, and developing effective work procedures.

Ability to learn, operate, troubleshoot and maintain general production equipment such as: mixing equipment, automated and semi-automated filling, label application, and packaging equipment. Balances, pH meter, pipettes (manual & automatic), fume hood, autoclave, centrifuge, respirator, thermal transfer label imprinters, and/or other general production equipment that may be used.

Follow specific/detailed instructions.
Requires the ability to follow specific/detailed instructions.
Requires the ability to work well under pressure and/or handle stressful situations, interruptions, or last minute requests. The ability to meet deadlines under pressure.
Requires the ability to concentrate for extended periods of time.
Requires the ability to pay attention to details to produce accurate results.
Requires the ability to adapt to change, remain open to new ideas, take on new responsibilities, handle pressure, and adjust plans to meet changing needs.

Ability to stand or sit for long periods of time
Manual Dexterity (use of hands)
Hand-Eye Coordination
Bending/Reaching/Lifting - Heavy (25 - 50 lbs.)
Mobility Required

Working Conditions: Frequent exposure to general laboratory and biochemical hazards, contact with toxic chemicals, suspected carcinogenic and caustic materials, daily exposure t 2-8-deg. C Temperatures in cold rooms and exposure to fumes and odors.