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Job Description

Production Operators - Dublin

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Company: Morgan McKinley
Contract: TEMP
Location: Dublin, Ireland

Our Client is planning to recruit up to 4 production operators in it's Dublin Facility. The primary purpose of a Production Operator is to work as part of a larger team to ensure Production activities run smoothly, in accordance with cGMPs and the Production schedule in order to produce high quality pharmaceutical product for our worldwide network of customers. Production Operators carry out tasks and operate machinery within all Production areas. These tasks include but are not limited to manufacturing, filling, packaging, inspecting and testing.

The following is a non-exhaustive list of the type of tasks associated with the role of Production Operator.
- Operating machinery as directed.
- Implementing cGMPs (Good Manufacturing Practices) in all production activities and ensuring all company SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) are adhered to.
- Working as part of the team to strive to meet the production schedule.
- Performing IP (In-Process) tests.
- Completing production records in accordance with cGMP.
- Informing the Team Leader or Production Supervisors immediately of any out of specification results or inefficiencies affecting production processes.
- Cleaning the production areas and equipment to ensure they are maintained and fit for use.
- Performing area clearances.
- Making small machine adjustments where necessary.
- Reporting any breaches of SOPs, company policies, safety procedures, environmental procedures and/or GMP.
- Assisting in the training of production personnel as required.
- Documenting personal training and ensuring one own training record is kept up to date.
- Liaising with interdepartmental personnel as required (EG Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Engineering etc)

In particular Production Operators shall be responsible for;
- Complying with relevant operating procedures and site policies
- Helping the team to ensure the Production Areas are always audit ready.
- Promoting and maintaining good employee relations.
- Promoting company values and ethics.
- Treating all colleagues and business contacts with dignity and respect.
- Treating all confidential information with due care and attention.
- Completing all projects/work within agreed timelines.
- Carrying out tasks in a safe manner and wearing appropriate clothing and personal protective equipment as required.
- Avoiding yet when necessary reporting any loss of materials and product through spillage's, contaminants etc.
- Undertaking all training & development programmes (both in-house and external) deemed necessary and appropriate for job, organisation and/or personal development.
- Taking part in any projects associated with the company's Continuous Improvement Programme.
- Transferring to other areas of Production when required.
- Undertaking any necessary travel (irregular) in connection with the job.
- Assisting Production Management in any work required to ensure the objectives of the Department and Company are met.
- Contributing to the achievement of the Departments and Company's EHS goals by exercising a duty of care.
- Reporting all accidents and injuries sustained in work
- Highlighting any current deficiencies in GMP.

Production Operators shall be located in the production areas. Training will be provided to ensure the person is equipped to carry out his/her expected duties effectively. The company will provide workplace conditions in which its personnel can function safely and efficiently.

All personnel are required to comply with correct operating procedures as required. It is also the responsibility of the Production Operator to maintain his/her work area in a clean and tidy manner at all times and to ensure that it is a safe area in which to work.

The Production Operators performance shall be monitored continually by the Team Leader according to the following criteria.
- General timekeeping and attendance.
- Quality of work and cGMP compliance.
- Technical competence.
- Accuracy and attention to detail.
- Compliance with Health and Safety, Environmental and Quality practices and procedures.
- Compliance with agreed work programmes/schedules.
- Ability to operate and communicate effectively as a constructive team player.
- Positive work attitude and the fostering of effective working relationships with colleagues and management.
- Contribution to Op Ex/Lean initiatives.
- Training and self-development.
- Flexibility and Initiative
- Overall team performance.


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