Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Associate:
Astrix Technology Group

Astrix Technology Group
Addyston Ohio

Bachelor's degree candidates encouraged to apply!

  • 6a-6:30p, Monday through Friday (Day Shift)
  • 6:30p-6a, Monday thru Friday (Night Shift)
  • 12-hour shifts operating on a 2-2-3 rotation

Ideal Candidate Profile:

  • Recent grad with a scientific degree, or more experienced candidates with relevant industry experience. The manager prefers to hire individuals who have a bachelors degree.
  • Experience with buffer prep, SIP, or CIP
  • Experience with manufacturing processes
  • Chemistry or Chemical background (plus)
  • Experience troubleshooting mechanical equipment (big plus)


  • Performs tasks related to the manufacturing of pharmaceutical products in the Filling Department with minimal oversight.
  • Operate production equipment without supervision after certification.
  • Create, revise, and assist with preparation of documentation regarding activities, actions, and/or results.
  • Clean and sanitize equipment and components.
  • Complete duty-based packets by reading SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) and excerpts from technical documentation.
  • Complete required training.
  • Ensure proper documentation practices during production.
  • Ensure that weights, measures, and raw materials are managed appropriately so that manufactured batches contain proper ingredients and quantities.
  • Initiate batches in SCADA.
  • Perform shift cleanings, including spot and more detailed cleanings.
  • Perform visual inspections.
  • Assist with troubleshooting and process improvement activities.
  • Participate in spill control, handling of hazardous materials, and first aid.
  • Use SAP to track inventory and materials.
  • Monitor production area to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.
  • Review completed production documentation (for example: batch records, log books, etc.) for quality, completeness, and cGMP compliance.
  • Alert others (for example: supervisor, manager) when problems occur outside of SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures).
  • Attend team meetings to discuss progress, initiatives, and/or other matters.
  • Monitor equipment for performance and problem indicators.
  • Participate in daily shift change meetings.
  • Read, understand, and comply with cGMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) and SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures), including general safety, lock outs, etc.
  • Wear sterile garments and PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) as required by specific activities.
  • Conduct process checks to ensure that processes are operating within required parameters.
  • Conduct environmental monitoring activities