Pilot Plant Technician
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Assists Engineer(s) in various Pilot Plant and Production activities. Performs pilot plant assignments in order to meet pilot plant development requirements.
Role Accountabilities and Responsibilities
- Maintain chemical and raw material inventory. Receives and logs in incoming raw materials, tests and documents for conformance to specification, manages inventory.
- Maintain laboratory facilities and warehouse as assigned, including instruments, equipment, and supplies. Executes preventative maintenance protocols as detailed in departmental SOPs. Ordering necessary routine supplies through PNET.
- Ensures Pilot Plan stays compliant with all safety protocols, including but not limited to Lock-out Tag-out, equipment operations, eyewash maintenance, micro testing, and Pilot Plant Class 8 certification. Support development and maintenance of SOPs related to these roles.
- Support pilot plant VMS trials, including batch pre-weighs, equipment preparation, batch processing, in-process measurement, inspection, and cleaning. Assist with troubleshooting as needed during the trials.
- Keep permanent, complete records of all laboratory work done.
- Perform any other related duties requested by supervisor(s) with a minimum of instruction.
Education and Experience
High School or Technical School Diploma with at least 3 years of relevant Pilot Plant, Compounding, or Controls Experience
Skills and Competencies
- Ability to use mathematics and technical skills on assigned tasks with minimal supervision.
- Ability to develop, organize and prioritize tasks within assigned projects and work
- Good written and verbal communication skills
- Computer proficiency in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
- Good Mechanical Aptitude
- Displays Leadership Skills
- Trained in Laboratory and / or Chemical GMPs, cGMPS.
- Ability to lift 50 lbs
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