Associate Manufacturing Technology Representative

Cook Pharmica
Job Location
Bloomington, IN
Job Description

People are at the center of who we are and what we do. 
Are you seeking... 

- A culture defined with the help of your voice? 
- Recognition for your talent and continued growth opportunity? 
- Upfront tuition assistance (eligible day one of employment)? 
- A dynamic benefits package with access to employee health clinic? 
- A place where what you do impacts lives? 

The Associate Manufacturing Technology Representative's primary role is to scale up and transfer processes into full-scale manufacturing based on data provided by Process Development or by client . 


- Develop technical documentation (e.g., Process Flow Diagrams, Process Descriptions) to describe operation of the process at large scale 
- Meet with client technical team to understand client needs 
- Develop in-process sampling strategy for manufacturing process 
- Write or direct the writing of GMP manufacturing documentation including process batch records, sample plans, bills of materials, case labeling and procedural documentation 
- Support client on-site activities 

- High School/GED 
- Technical Certificate or higher preferred 
- 0-2 years of experience in GMP processing, parenteral packaging and/or technical documentation writing 
- Knowledge of inspection or packaging of parenteral products is a plus 
About Cook Pharmica 
At Cook Pharmica, our business thrives on the success of our people. As an award-winning contract development and manufacturing organization, we are responsible for assisting biopharmaceutical companies in developing and producing lifesaving drugs. We maintain a simple goal: to deliver quality products in a timely manner. To do this effectively, Cook Pharmica has invested heavily in its facility, people, and processes.
Cook Pharmica takes great pride in offering employees a benefits package that includes: 

- Diverse, inclusive culture
- Competitive salary with quarterly bonus potential
- 401(k) retirement savings plan with company match
- Profit sharing
- Educational assistance/reimbursement
- Paid time off
- Medical, dental, and vision insurance
- Life insurance
- Parental leave
- Flexible spending account
- On-site fitness center and wellness programs
- Excellent on-site cafeteria
- Employee discount programs

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