Healthcare Integrated Supply Chain
The Pharma Manufacturing Technician performs operations related to the manufacturing of radioactive products and the manufacture of final product radio chemicals and radiopharmaceuticals from raw materials. The Pharma Manufacturing Technician performs manufacturing operations in accordance with federal regulations, current Good Manufacturing Procedures (cGMPs) and GEHC Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). This is a 3rd shift role with hours usually falling 10 PM-8:30 AM (Sun-Wed).
1. Inter-departmental communication, teamwork and strict compliance to all state/federal/local procedures and regulations are critical due to the time-sensitive nature of the radioactive products manufactured within this highly compliant, just-in-time manufacturing environment
2. Process, assemble, dispense, assay and package radio chemicals, radiopharmaceuticals or radioactive devices in accordance with established procedures
3. Accurately review and complete all batch records and related documentation
4. Prepare and set-up of associated equipment and materials, i.e. ion chambers, autoclaves, etc.
5. Comply with all applicable Environmental Health & Safety (EHS), Health Physics, Quality System Requirements (QSRs) and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements
6. Strict adherence to cGMP, always
7. Perform housekeeping in accordance with 5S policy
8. Perform Preventative Maintenance (PMs) as required/assigned
9. Troubleshoot basic equipment problems by communicating with the subject matter expert
10. Assist in writing Investigation Reports (IRs) and Unscheduled Work Orders
11. Utilize Trackwise program and internal document control program
12. Ability to pass all gown qualifications is required for employees who need to perform work in the dilution and filling suite
Quality Specific Goals:
1. Aware of and comply with the GEHC Quality Manual, Quality Management System, Quality Management Policy, Quality Goals and applicable laws and regulations as they apply to this jobtype/position
2. Complete all planned Quality & Compliance training within the defined deadlines
3. Identify and report any quality or compliance concerns and take immediate corrective action as
1. Associate’s degree (or local equivalent) plus a minimum of 3 months of experience working in a healthcare or related manufacturing environment; or High School diploma/equivalent plus a minimum of 1 year working in a healthcare or related manufacturing environment
2. Demonstrated Basic computer/data entry skills
3. Demonstrated Mathematical aptitude
4. Must understand oral/written technical English
5. Able to perform shift/weekend work as required and allowed
6. Must be able to lift 35 lbs. or more
1. Associate's degree plus 2 years of experience working in a cGMP manufacturing environment
2. Experience working with radioactive materials and/or radioactive isotopes
3. Experience working with Access database programs and manufacturing equipment such as ion chambers, autoclaves, pyrogen ovens, counters, micro-welders and semi-automated equipment
5. Ability to multi-task
6. Background in chemistry
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Additional Eligibility Qualifications
GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a drug screen (as applicable).