Performs a variety of routine, repetitive, physical and administrative tasks involving one or more of the following: receiving, putting away, storing, staging, kitting, picking, packing, shipping and distribution of materials, parts, supplies, equipment, finished goods, label control, lot control or serial control.
Involves using hands, handling objects, tools or controls and reaching with hands/arms, standing, sitting, and bend. Regularly walks, stoops, kneels, crouches, climbs, talks, hears, lifts items, occasionally moves up to 50 lbs. Involves close vision, color vision, depth perception and adjusting focus. May work near moving mechanical parts or equipment, and may be exposed to chemicals and/or hazardous materials, and risk of electric shock. May also work in freezers and coolers and handle dry ice. Works in manufacturing environments. Noise level is generally moderate. Wears personal protective equipment as needed.
May be assigned to basic and moderately complex processes.
Developing proficiency in various processes.
Under close supervision.
Work is checked by supervisor routinely.
Performs various routine physical tasks involved in one or more areas including but not limited to receiving, storing, packing, shipping or distributing of materials, parts, supplies, equipment, finished goods, label, lot or serial control.
Unpacks, checks goods received against work orders, purchase orders, invoices, return authorizations, or other job completion documentation.
Completes or maintains records. Quarantines items if needed.
Packages materials including but not limited to labeling of products/packages. Counts, sorts, puts printed materials in packages. Forms or breaks down boxes for final products.
Operates packaging, sealing and other equipment including motorized/non motorized material handling machines, parts, supplies as needed. May operate forklift or related equipment.
Examines, stocks, distributes materials in inventory.
Prepares kitting packages for assembly, pick/pack orders.
Maintains work area neat, clean and in order.
Adheres to all rules, standards, processes, instructions.
High school diploma or equivalent.
0-2 years related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Ability to read, comprehend and follow instructions.
Basic computer, math, problem solving, and communication skills.
Experience and ability to operate forklifts, pallet jacks or applicable equipment utilized in the workplace.
Ability to prioritize work.
Experience using radio frequency equipment.
Where applicable, knowledge of GMP, ISO, IPC, FDA, DOT, and/or IATA requirements.
Knowledge of all safety policies and procedures, and handling of dangerous goods and/or hazardous materials.
Bio-Rad is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer