Logistics Vaccine Handler
Key accountabilities include picking materials, packing materials into insulated containers using dry ice, applying monitors and labeling to support shipment of the material for distribution in a manner meeting safety and quality requirements.
The Logistics Vaccine Handler will perform the following:
- Picking vaccine for outbound delivery orders and plant to plant transfers
- Labeling materials as required
- Preparing vaccine for shipment
- Operation of dry ice delivery equipment
- Operation of conveyor systems
- Operation of lift assist equipment
- Operation of banding equipment
- Access to SAP - Perform necessary transactions to record time out of frozen conditions in the ERP system using RF device
- Conduct transfer cart changes
- Returning materials into freezer storage locations
- Responsible for accuracy of batch record related documentation
- Maintain all Dangerous Goods DOT certifications and training required.
- Work in a safe manner and report all potential safety issues to leadership in a timely manner.
- Performs Area Audits – Safety – GMP – IMEx/5S
- Perform all tasks in strict compliance with operating procedures, best practices, and regulatory requirements.
- Willing to assist other production units in order to meet unit and site goals.
- Maintain training at or above 96%.
- High school diploma / general education degree (GED) plus
- Six months of relevant work experience in a manufacturing or GMP facility (e.g. current or previous Pfizer colleague or contractor or similar)
- An associate degree
- Veteran/Military experience
- Mechanical experience .
- Mechanical knowledge.
- Job will include considerable standing, walking, bending, reaching, and lifting up to 42 pounds.
This position requires the manual packaging of products.
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
- No travel expected
- Weekend, holiday, and overtime may be required to meet business or customer needs.
Pfizer requires all U.S. new hires to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to the first date of employment. As required by applicable law, Pfizer will consider requests for Reasonable Accommodations.Sunshine ActPfizer reports payments and other transfers of value to health care providers as required by federal and state transparency laws and implementing regulations. These laws and regulations require Pfizer to provide government agencies with information such as a health care provider’s name, address and the type of payments or other value received, generally for public disclosure. Subject to further legal review and statutory or regulatory clarification, which Pfizer intends to pursue, reimbursement of recruiting expenses for licensed physicians may constitute a reportable transfer of value under the federal transparency law commonly known as the Sunshine Act. Therefore, if you are a licensed physician who incurs recruiting expenses as a result of interviewing with Pfizer that we pay or reimburse, your name, address and the amount of payments made currently will be reported to the government. If you have questions regarding this matter, please do not hesitate to contact your Talent Acquisition representative.EEO & Employment EligibilityPfizer is committed to equal opportunity in the terms and conditions of employment for all employees and job applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability or veteran status. Pfizer also complies with all applicable national, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment as well as work authorization and employment eligibility verification requirements of the Immigration and Nationality Act and IRCA. Pfizer is an E-Verify employer.Manufacturing#LI-PFE