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Manufacturing Tech I (Media Prep)

College Station, Texas

Essential Functions: 

  • Perform all job functions safely. Follow safety guidelines, equipment procedures, and
    chemical handling guidelines. Report any safety deficiencies or safety incidents
  • Develop an understanding of department procedures, quality requirements, performance
    metrics, and customer requirements.
  • Gain an understanding of the department and how Buffer Prep impacts customers.
  • Perform operations free of operational variances and work with a high degree of precision
    and accuracy.
  • Assist in accurately preparing media per recipes or customer guidelines following
    established procedures (SOPs, GMPs, GLPs, IPs, etc.). Prepare media when assigned and
    within the specified time.
  • Assist in performing routine lab maintenance and housekeeping per department
    procedures. Report any deficiencies or malfunctions immediately.
  • Cooperate and coordinate with co-workers by demonstrating respect and appreciation for
    differences in perspectives and approaches among colleagues.
  • Identify opportunities to help others and maintain professionalism in the presence of
  • Provide exceptional customer service. Immediately address any customer inquiries and
    requests. Be willing to adjust workload to accommodate rush requests. Report any
    customer issues immediately.
  • Accurately review documentation per established procedure including review of all data
    fields, supplies used, labels, and calculations to ensure accuracy and completion per
    established procedures. Report any ongoing errors to the Lead and/or Manager.
  • Ensure training is accurate and kept updated. Attend GMP/GLP/GXP courses annually or
    as required. Complete training records in a timely manner.
  • Be fully accountable for Tech I Buff Prep level responsibilities and perform all tasks to
    ensure success.
  • Adhere to appropriate laws, Company regulations and programs, and GXP, GMP, and GLP
  • Take the initiative to participate in process improvement initiatives for media, equipment,
    or procedures.
  • Assist in troubleshooting issues with media, processes, or equipment, and report any
    issues immediately. Follow up as necessary to ensure resolution.
  • Adjust to schedule changes, work overtime as necessary, and be willing to support the
    other Media Prep labs as needed.
  • Ongoing development of technical expertise relevant to the scientific principles and
    technologies related to media development and preparation.
  • Assist in evaluating and developing new equipment, technologies and business processes
    to enhance media preparation operations.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Required Skills & Abilities:

Possess good time management and organizational skills, basic math skills, ability to
work independently, and demonstrated good customer services skills.

  • Must have ability to follow written procedures and quality compliance requirements.
  • Must possess good problem solving and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Must have strong initiative and focus on safety, quality, accuracy, and be detail oriented.
  • Ability to lift 40 lbs. and stand for extended periods of time.

Working Conditions & Physical Requirements:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to
successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to
enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of
this job, the employee is regularly required to meet the following standards:

  • May be required to work 2nd shift (currently 2 PM – 11 PM) and may be required to work
    weekends, off-shifts, and overtime.
  • No make-up or jewelry can be worn when working in the clean room environment.
  • Expected to be on feet standing or walking for up to 90% of shift.
  • Work with and around pressurized tanks, housings and equipment, which are connected by
    piping and pumps and serviced by pressurized steam, water, air and cleaning/sanitizing
    chemicals systems.
  • Don gowning in the form of hospital scrubs, coveralls and safety toe footwear with shoe
    covers multiple times per shift.
  • Don lab coats as well as safety glass/goggles, gloves (nitrile or latex) multiple times per
  • Handle and work with hazardous materials and chemicals per OSHA guidelines.
  • Use hearing protection and dust masks as required.
  • Utilize keyboard and mouse to interact with process automation systems as well as email,
    word processing/spreadsheets and other online computer systems.
  • Manipulation of process equipment, connections and raw materials may require bending
    and reaching as well as repetitive twisting gripping hand motions. Where mechanical
    stress or pressure can be transmitted to the palm and the fingers during hand tool use,
    especially when large forces must be exerted. Forces should not exceed 22 pounds/inch2
    (10 kg/cm2).
  • Attendance is mandatory.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Associates Degree; OR
  • High School Diploma/GED with one (1) year experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Previous GXP / GMP experience.
  • Biotechnology Certificate.

We are an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive
consideration without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual
orientation, religion, disability, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by
applicable federal, state or local law.

If an accommodation to the application process is needed, please e-mail FDBTHR@fujifilm.com or
call 979-431-3500.

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