Do you have a passion for working in a laboratory? Do you thrive in a dynamic environment? We’re looking for great teammates who have these qualities and want to make a difference by cultivating good manufacturing practices (GMPs) and company quality principles to deliver the product performance and quality for the consumers P&G serves. We have several types of Quality Control roles available at our Tabler Station Plant.
As a QC Laboratory Analyst, you could work in an analytical or microbiological laboratory environment that stays in sync with Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) and current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP). The work will require collection, labeling, analysis, and results recording related to raw materials, intermediate products, finished goods, packaging materials and other samples. Tracking, trend analysis, and other Quality Control (QC) related responsibilities will be performed as directed by laboratory systems.
In addition to laboratory testing, QC Analysts may be required to write control documents like Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), deliver training, perform system health assessments, carry out “on the floor” coaching, , facilitate or participate in quality system failure investigations. Maintain cGMP principles and Good Documentation practices.
Where do you fit in?
Meaningful work on Day 1
We do various types of work including performing raw material, finished goods, intermediate, and development sample analysis according to standard analytical procedures. We perform routine instrument maintenance and calibration as needed during analytical work. We conduct limited instrument troubleshooting and problem diagnosis. We use discernment based on knowledge and experience as to the accuracy and reliability of analytical results. You will observe and identify problems with results and report to your supervisor. You will conduct analytical method development work with direct supervision and mentorship from Lab Leadership or other staff members. You may sample and label materials as needed according to written procedures or specific instructions, inspect appearance of raw materials during unloading as needed. Another responsibility will include coordinating the work with the Production Lead on night and weekend shifts to ensure appropriate prioritization of work.
Key Analytical Work: Physical Measurements, Wet Chemistry, Chromatography including using GCs and HPLCs, Compendial Testing
Key Microbiology Work: Traditional Plate Testing, Rapid Micro Screening Technology, MALDI-TOF, Autoclave
· Have a 2 year degree (or more) in a Science Field.
· Commensurate experience of 5 years in a QC lab or GMP manufacturing operations will be considered.
Starting Pay / Salary Range: $21.37/hr to $28.52/hr or ~$52,000/yr to $~69,000/yr(with built in overtime)with the potential opportunity to earn up to $37.57/hr or ~$91,000/yr(with built in overtime)as you grow in the organization.
*Note: compensation for roles at P&G varies depending on a wide array of non-discriminatory factors including but not limited to the specific office location, role, degree/credentials, relevant skill set, and level of relevant experience. At P&G compensation decisions are dependent on the facts and circumstances of each case. Total rewards at P&G include salary + bonus (if applicable) + benefits. Your recruiter may be able to share more about our total rewards offerings and the specific salary range for the relevant location(s) during the hiring process.
We believe you will be an excellent fit here if, you:
· Have computer literacy sufficient to use standard software (MS Office) as well as the ability to learn specific software and instrumentation.
· Possess experience and knowledge of basic laboratory operations such as weighing, titrating, and preparing volumetric solutions.
· Interpret analytical and microbiological method procedures and safety instructions using standard scientific terms and measures.
· Perform routine calculations pertaining to analytical chemistry (e.g. dilution, concentration, test results).
· Perform routine testing related to diluting, aliquot, and quantifying microbiological test results.
· Have experience resolving operational or processes failures to understand root cause and able to develop an improvement plan
· Have effective verbal and written communication skills with supervisor, other employees, and departments.
· Are willing to wear appropriate safety equipment, such as safety shoes, hearing protection, and eye protection, wherever these things are necessary
· Will work on a rotating shift schedule, including weekends.
· Are able to work 24/7 rotating shifts and are available for overtime and call-in as needed.
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