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TOLMAR Inc. Production Supervisor - Aseptic in Fort Collins, Colorado

Key ResponsibilitiesDemonstrates a high degree of honesty, initiative, integrity, drive,reliability and trustworthiness.Actively models and fosters a positive, respectful, and harassment-freework environment for all employees.Actively supervises and manages the performance of hourly manufacturingemployees in the injectable manufacturing group.Conducts interviews and makes hiring decisions on hourly employees.Ensures open and transparent communication to the hourly employees aboutcompany priorities, policies and general company announcements.Identifies, proposes and sees through process improvements and optimizationsof injectable manufacturing processes.Conducts employee performance evaluationsReviews and approves direct report timesheets.Communicates and sets daily production priorities with Process Leads andhourly employees.The Manufacturing Supervisor oversees the work of the Process Lead whoconducts or coordinates the on-process training, including line orientationand risk review, of all new team members or those transferring.The Supervisor is responsible for monitoring the training progress andreadiness to work independently of all direct reports.Ensures production team's adheres to all quality standards and specifications.Create, revise and implement Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) andProduction Batch Records.Performs Batch Record review, including prioritization, reviewingcorrections, and following up to ensure timely completion.Perform Transactions in the Inventory Control Systems (FourthShift) on atimely basis.Performs Investigations, and CAPA implantations for non-conforming events.Pre-approves expiration dates on batch records prior to manufacturing.Performs other related duties as assigned.Special Skills and KnowledgeMastered knowledge of current Good Manufacturing Procedures (cGMP) as theyrelate to production packaging activities.Ability to stand for extended periods of time (up to 8 hours or more).Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook).Excellent verbal and written communication skills.Ability to adhere to written production records and validation protocols.Strong understanding of basic math and writing skills to document productionactivities in batch records and/or log books.Excellent attention to detail for documentation in production documents and tocompare produced goods against specified requirements.Capability to operate on a fast-paced manual assembly line using basicproduction equipment.Ability to legibly complete required documentation.Technical ability to assemble and disassemble filling equipment.Strong analytical and problem solving skills.Supports management's decisions and communicates change positivelyMaintains open and constructive dialogue with other leadersTake ownership for their responsibilities and their team's performanceCreates a cadence of accountability for their teamAbility to analyze and make decisions within time and schedule constraintsProactively and effectively manages performanceAbility to quickly make decisions and understand the impact on processes andemployees.Ability to lead by example and have a proven record of excellence inattendance, dependability and safety.CommunicationInteract with peers and members of other departments in team settings in aprofessional manner.Provide consistent coaching, guidance, development and mentorship tooperators and technicians.Education and ExperienceHighschool diploma or GED requiredBachelor's degree in scientific discipline or related field preferred, notrequired.3 or more years of experience in a GMP manufacturing environment.Specific training in cGMP is desiredAdditional RequirementsAcceptable results on both a quantitative and verbal assessment test.Valid driver's license and acceptable motor vehicle record may be required.Shift work in a manufacturing and warehouse environment.May require overtime.Successful completion of gowning qualification for sterile manufacturing.Core Hours: Saturday - Tuesday, 2:00pm - 12:30am