Warehouse Operator (temporary) - Cook Pharmica
Cook Medical - Bloomington, IN

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Cook Pharmica is a biopharmaceutical contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) with process development, clinical and commercial bulk drug substance manufacturing, formulation development, clinical and commercial parenteral drug product manufacturing, including liquid and lyophilized vials, prefilled syringes and secondary packaging, and an array of support services all at a single facility in Bloomington, IN. Founded in 2004, Cook Pharmica is a division of Cook Medical, the world's largest privately held medical manufacturing company.


  • To maintain the SISPQ (Safety, Identity, Strength, Purity, and Quality) of all GMP raw materials and process consumables entering the facility for use by production and to perform basic receiving, put-away, picking and shipping tasks, while operating under tight safety and quality procedures to ensure the safety of MMO personnel, raw material and finished product.

  • Maintain all required training certification to ensure performance is in compliance with approved cGMP procedures
  • Perform initial inspection of incoming raw materials to eliminate risk of site and production contamination as required by the regulatory guidelines
  • Perform receiving and put-away activities associated with high-value, temperature controlled, production critical GMP raw materials and process consumables
  • Interface with integrated material management system to build multi-item raw material kits in support of a 24-7 production operation
  • Based on a dynamic production schedule, schedule and deliver raw material kits to various GMP production areas of the facility
  • Work in partnership with area quality, operations, and purchasing support to resolve quality and supply chain issues associated with incoming and in-house GMP raw materials and process consumables

  • Knowledge of Material Management concepts, practices and procedures
  • Experience working with Integrated Material Management systems such as SAP
  • Proven attention to detail
  • Strong documentation skills
  • Ability to drive a forklift or equivalent equipment
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • 0-5 years relevant work experience in pharmaceutical, chemical, or scientific field preferred
  • Requires a valid driver’s license
  • Required to sign confidentiality agreement

  • Must be able to lift/push/pull up to 80 pounds on a consistent basis
  • Capable of standing for a minimum of 6 hours, stooping, kneeling, climbing
  • Potential limited exposure to hazardous chemicals
  • Must be able to wear an air powered respirator
  • Potential limited exposure to hazardous chemicals
  • Must be able to work in an environment that can affect an electronic implant device (i.e. pacemaker, auto injector, etc.)
  • Personal protective equipment including safety glasses, lab coat, gloves, specialized clothing including laboratory scrubs (pants and shirt)
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