Enzymatics - A QIAGEN Company
Job Location
Beverly, MA
Job Description

The Finished Goods Production Technician is responsible for executing production activities related to final steps of product manufacturing

  • Execution of custom and/or retail product formulation requests
  • Manufacture of buffers and/ or diluents for custom orders and retail replenishment
  • Batch record documentation and filing for products and buffers
  • Sample procurement and submittal to requesting departments
  • Accurate inventory tracking of materials or products utilized in production, custom order, retail, and/or kitting activities
  • Work with Epicor to maintain raw material stock for use in subcomponent and bulk production
  • ERP reconciliation activities for in-house formulation requests and/ or outgoing shipments for customer order fulfillment
  • Additional responsibilities as assigned
  • Bachelor’s degree (B.A. or B.S.) from an accredited four-year college or university in a related field or equivalent experience
  • 2-3 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Experience with ERP systems of data entry management recommended
  • Experience with sterile technique
  • Attention to detail is essential
  • Ability to train and assist members of the team to ensure that demanding and difficult projects are handled smoothly and cooperatively to enhance success of project and maintain strong relationships within all parts of company
  • Drive, determination and Strong communication skills
  • Proven Ability to thrive in a start-up/chaotic/change oriented environment
  • Self-Starter and Self-Directed
  • Driven to perform
  • Able to organize and prioritize a diverse set of responsibilities to ensure that focus on growth and success of company is achieved


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