Date : Sep 2, 2021
Location : Runcorn, GB, WA7 3FA
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Company : Teva Pharmaceuticals
Who Are We
We touch the lives of over 200 million patients every day, and billions every year. After all, everyone needs healthcare or medication at some point.
Yet until today, you may not have heard of us. We’re Teva, a global pharmaceutical company, committed to increasing access to high-quality healthcare to patients around the world and we currently have a number of fantastic opportunities for Packaging Technician's to join our Manufacturing Operations department on a Full Time, Permanent basis in Runcorn.
At Teva Runcorn, we develop, manufacture and market innovative and affordable medicines, specialising in sterile liquid products mainly used for treating respiratory conditions using Blow-Fill-Seal technology as well as injectable Combination Products such as our MS treatment Copaxone.
We are also home to two R&D centres and a Sterile Training Academy a centre of excellence within Teva for sterile manufacturing, safety and compliance training.
The purpose of the Packaging Technician role is to pack, set-up, operate, monitor and improve automated packing equipment used for the packing of blow-fill-seal nebules or pre-filled syringes.
You will work for us on a Full Time, Permanent basis on a shift pattern that includes 12-hour days, nights and weekends
Key Responsibilities :
To ensure all equipment is operating at agreed standards - Monitor equipment performance, fault find and make appropriate adjustments
Assist, where appropriate in basic equipment maintenance - As instructed by the Engineering team
Adhere to Health and Safety procedures and good working practices to minimise accidents / incidents
Perform Packaging operational duties, eg line clearance, IPC checks, replace components on line, complete batch & associated documentation
Ensure good housekeeping standards within packaging area(s) are achieved in accordance with cGMP
Ensure any instances of non conformance are communicated to the area leader, Manager or QA representatives to ensure that they are investigated and rectified using company procedures
Who We Are Looking For
Do you have :
A HNC or equivalent in an Engineering or Science discipline and / or equivalent and relevant experience (minimum)
A Degree in an Engineering or Science discipline and relevant experience (desirable)
Strong technical and problem solving skills that can be applied to pharmaceutical manufacturing
Good attention to detail
Are you :
A good communicator and self starter
Able to set and deliver high performance standards for self and team members
Able to work as part of an operations team
If so - we would love to hear from you!
What We Offer
20 paid holidays per year with the option to buy and sell up to 5 days annual leave each year
For every 14 days, you will only work 7 occasions with every other weekend off
A formal training and development programme specific to your role and department
Company pension flexible employee and employer contributions
Competitive salary and shift allowance
Employee assistance programme
A number of health benefits including : Life Assurance, Critical Illness Insurance, Income protection
Plus many other flexible benefits via salary sacrifice : Cycle to work scheme, online and in store discounts and much more
Closing Date For Applications
30th September 2021
Manufacturing / Operations