Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, England
Permanent (Full time)
International Pharmaceutical Manufacturer seeks experienced Warehouse Operatives.
Duties may include:
Receiving, identifying and inspecting incoming goods and the completion of associated documentation including requests for quality control testing.
Placing incoming stock items into their storage locations and recording the location on IFS Inventory Control system software.
Maintaining correct segregation between quarantined and released Raw Materials and Finished Products according to cGMP.
Picking and assembling orders for user departments and sections, with 100% accuracy
Recording by means of Procurement System, details of all stock movements and issues of incoming and outgoing materials and equipment.
Picking and assembling Finished Product orders for dispatch to Customers in accordance with Good Distribution Practice (cGDP), Cold Chain Distribution (CCD) and Ministry of Transport Known Consignor guidelines. With 100% accuracy
To Carry out end of day stock counts
Assisting in daily cycle counting duties to maintain a stock accuracy greater than 98%
Preparation of other materials and equipment for dispatch and completion of all documentation.
Operation of counter balance fork lift trucks, reach trucks and other mechanical handling equipment in a safe efficient manner and attending to daily maintenance checks.
Maintenance of the Warehouse facility ensuring the area is clean, tidy and a safe environment.
Support the daily setting of objectives - to accomplish the agreed programme without compromise to quality and to achieve a target of 100% stock traceability and zero reject batches.
Maintaining effective levels of communication with Production, Engineering, Marketing and Procurement colleagues for giving and receiving information, requesting and giving service and problem solving.
Maintaining cGMP and H&S standards, ensuring all records are completed accurately and at the time.
To ensure that any out of hours requirements are covered by being on call for a minimum of 7 weeks per year
Monitoring and handling hazardous materials safely and securely
Participating in training programmes and courses as required, to ensure 100% compliance
Skills and experience:
Basic Computer literacy
Previous experience of GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice)
Previous experience of GDP (Good Distribution Practice)
Counter Balance truck and Reach Truck to RTITB or equivalent accredited standard
Basic Disclosure Security check & 5 years of work references