Bausch & Lomb Microbiology Technician Job – Apply Online
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Job Title: Microbiology Technician III – 1st Shift
LOCATION US-FL-Tampa, Florida, US
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Experience in computer operation and basis word processing programs. Ability to communicate and work well with others; good oral and written skills. Excellent aseptic technique. Familiar with microbiological testing techniques concerning product testing.
- Tools and equipment used: Computer, phone, copier, fax, autoclave, scale, dishwasher, cleaning supplies and equipment, media/solution preparation Equipment, lab equipment as necessary.
- BS, Microbiology, Biology, or related science, 1-2 Years Pharmaceutical Industry.
SCOPE OF POSITION
Assume the responsibility for the GMP and Environmental Health and Safety procedure awareness, and compliance within the respective area.
KEY ACTIVITIES/ RESPONSIBILITIES
• Perform routine assays for endotoxin, potency, sterility, bioburden, microbial limits, and preservative effectiveness on various finished products and/or raw materials.
• Perform identification of organisms.
• Maintain laboratory culture collection and preserve cultures.
• Contribute to the preparation and checking of environmental summaries.
• Perform testing in conjunction with laboratory investigations.
• Perform Environmental and Utility monitoring. Perform testing in support of facility Validation activities.
• Support OpEx and WISE OWLS initiatives. Read/Record all pertinent data on the appropriate forms or computer system.
• All other duties as assigned
OBJECTIVES/PURPOSE OF JOB
Perform routine testing for release of raw materials, finished products, stability samples and R&D products. Perform Environmental and Utility Monitoring in aseptic areas
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