Kelly Services Packaging Coordinator in Fort Worth, Texas
Packaging Coordinator-Fort Worth, TX
Kelly Services is currently recruiting for a full-time experienced Packaging Coordinator. This opportunity is for one of our top Life Science clients at its location in Fort Worth, TX. The assignment is an 11-month position and tentatively starts immediately and pays $13.00 an hour.
The Drug Supply Packaging Coordinator supports secondary packaging and distribution of clinical supplies for US Clinical Development Medical Affairs in Fort Worth, Texas. Additional responsibilities include shipment tracking, drug accountability and copying/filing of GMP documentation.
Duties and Responsibilities: (but not limited to):
Responsible for labeling/kitting, distribution and accountability activities in support of the US Pharma portfolio.
Generates secondary packaging and distribution instructions; creates air bills and other shipping documentation.
Demonstrates an understanding of company systems, cGMP, and Annex 13 regulatory requirements such that clinical supplies documentation produced and distributed remain compliant throughout the chain of custody.
Creates, updates, reviews, maintains and archives records and other key documents to provide track and trace evidence for every aspect of the secondary packaging and distribution of investigational product in a cGMP state.
Accountability for specific record types will be based on job assignments. If label printing is a part of job assignments, demonstrates knowledge of labeling requirements along with the knowledge of printing clinical labels.
Demonstrates good working knowledge of inventory management best practices. This may be inclusive of any of the following, log books and their correct entry, WIP, quarantine, retention samples, reference samples, released goods, returned and discarded goods
Performs other duties as assigned.
Required Skills and Qualifications:
1+ years’ experience in Manufacturing or similar role
Must have some experience with labeling, packaging and/or shipment of clinical supplies (preferred)
Knowledge of cGMP, 21 CFR Part 11, and Annex 13 requirements (preferred)
Knowledge of labeling requirements (preferred)
Knowledge of inventory management (preferred)
Great attention to detail.
Excellent organizational and documentation skills
Excellent communication & customer relation skills.
Excellent written and spoken English.
Term of Assignment:
High School Diploma or equivalent Required
Full –time: 11-month assignment
Start date is immediately
Important Information: This position is recruited for by a remote Kelly office, not your local branch. To be considered for this position, you must submit your resume in MS Word format. If you have any questions about the position, you may contact the recruiter directly for this position at Lisa.Monsivais@kellyservices.com ; Due to the high volume of responses anticipated, only qualified candidates will be contacted.
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