Chemical Compounder Helper Job Description Sample
Shin-Etsu is seeking a punctual, dependable, experienced Technician who will perform the assigned multi-skilled tasks in the production and processing of silicone rubber compounds.
- Measure all raw, in process, and finished materials in an accurate manner. Record weights neatly and accurately.
- Follow all mix instructions explicitly and sign off on each instruction according to standard procedure.
- Use all production equipment and hand tools in a safe and proper manner. Bring any hazards to the team leads attention immediately.
- Follow the Stop, Call, Wait and all other safety procedures explicitly in all aspects of the operation.
- Maintain work area in a neat and orderly fashion. Clean all production equipment and work areas adjacent to equipment between batches and at end of the shift. Move all scrap, empty containers, and production waste to the proper disposal area. Maintain and clean tools or other aids and store in the proper location.
- Assist in packing out material when batch process is complete.
- Wear respirator (N95 and/or PAPR) when working with silica in restricted areas.
- Make recommendations for changes/improvements to ISO-9000 work procedures as needed.
- Maintain good communication with oncoming shift.
- Use maintenance work order system to communicate any repairs needed to equipment or to resolve an unsafe situation.
- Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
- High school diploma or GED preferred.
- 3-5 years’ experience in a production environment preferred.
- Experience with hazardous chemicals at a chemical company strongly preferred.
- Ability to read, write, understand, and communicate (verbal and written) effectively.
- Ability to work effectively within a team environment.
- Must have a strong attention to detail.
- Must be punctual and reliable.
- Must be able to wear all required PPE.
- This position operates in an inside manufacturing facility.
- The role may operate the following equipment: planetary mixer, ram press, tow motor, Banbury, dispersion mixer, belt, drop mill, extruder, finish mill.
- The position can be exposed high and low temperatures and noises.
- Lifts up to 50lbs
- In contact with silicone rubber, powders, fluids
- Stands 8 hours/day or more
- Performs repetitive hand and arm motions
- Performs twisting, bending, stooping motions
- Forces 55 gallon drums with dolly
Correctly identify materials (resins, oils, and water, etc.) and prepare compounds of needed quantity and specified accuracy in weight to support the production requirements of a mass mill to meet established standards.
Assist the operator in all facets of mass mill operation including putting a mix on the mill, adding compounds taking mix off the mill and housekeeping.
Operate the mill in the operator's absence and relive him or her for breaks. Be able to perform all functions that the operator is responsible for.
Provide break relief for other personnel in accordance with established procedure.
Notify supervisor immediately if any unusual appearance, package markings, etc. is noted on materials.
Cut up pans of blend in material such as calender extruder flush out and blend it into mixes as directed.
Grind resins as required.
Help the operator check the operation of the safety bar and cord at the start of every shift and be able to perform a mock evacuation drill.
Report all quality and maintenance problems to your Supervisor and maintenance.
Assist operator in putting up a roll of pan liner when necessary. Assume primary responsibility for cutting pan liner and dusting pans with clay as needed.
Take any cardboard left from materials or pallets upstairs to the banbury room and put it on the card board pallet.
Follow all department safety rules and company rules and regulations.
Keep the scales and chemical area neat, clean and orderly. Sweep off the scales regularly.
Be able to perform a mock mill evacuation drill.
Work as a team with the operator and other members of the department, to accomplish all job requirements.
Understand how to handle hazardous material such as oil, grease, rags, etc. and how to dispose of them properly.
Ensure that the empty pans on the backside of the 120# mills are neatly and properly stacked.
Avoid over-compounding; make only the number of compounds needed to complete the number of mixes at the mill.
Operator or compounder must stay within 10 feet of the mass mill at all times.
Clean pyrometer thoroughly at the end of the shift.
Perform other duties as required or directed.
High School Diploma or GED
Previous manufacturing experience preferred
Must have excellent attendance
Maintain a safe work environment
Must be able to work overtime as required
Must be able to perform all duties in a safe and effective manner
Ability to read and write.
CBI Laboratories is now a part of KIK Custom Products' KCM Division. Since 1982, CBI has been an industry leader in the development, manufacturing, and packaging of superior quality skincare formulations. Today, CBI is growing rapidly supporting thousands of businesses with contract manufacturing, as well as private label quality skincare and OTC products for licensed professionals. SUMMARY: Compound batches in accordance with written instructions provided in batch records while following cGMP guidance. Essential Job Functions- Assisting in operations within the compounding department.
Must maintain Product Quality standards by enforcing adherence to CBI Skincare and FDA requirements and specifications.
Must adhere to cGMP, safety, and all governing agencies and regulations applicable to the compounding process.
Must have strong trouble shooting skills as well as the ability to analyze process issues through critical thinking.
Must have strong communication skills, and the ability to effectively communicate across all departments and management levels.
General housekeeping of compounding rooms and chemicals staging areas, includes keeping tanks, all pipes, hoses, clamps, gaskets, and other processing equipment off the floor and in proper storage area.
Collet representative samples of product batches and submit to QC for analysis.
Ability to identify various transfer lines
Ability to operate various productions equipment, including pumps, agitators, hoists, scales.
Ability to operate various safety equipment, including eye glasses, face shields, ear protection, guards and gates. Qualifications- Dependable with strong work ethic.
Excellent attention to detail in quality of work.
Understand and utilize basic math skills.
Work well in team environment.
Forklift certification, or moderate experience. Thank you for your interest and consideration of a position with KIK Custom Products. KIK is an Equal Employment Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regards to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.
Teva is a global pharmaceutical leader and the world's largest generic medicines producer, committed to improving health and increasing access to quality health solutions worldwide. Our employees are at the core of our success, with colleagues in over 80 countries delivering the world's largest medicine cabinet to 200 million people every day. We offer a uniquely diverse portfolio of products and solutions for patients and we've built a promising pipeline centered around our core therapeutic areas. We are continually developing patient-centric solutions and significantly growing both our generic and specialty medicines business through investment in research and development, marketing, business development and innovation. This is how we improve health and enable people to live better, healthier lives. Join us on our journey of growth!
Teva is searching for a Compounder I to join our team in Irvine, CA! As a Compounder you will weigh raw material used for compounding process and formulate/mix bulk solutions, in accordance with SOPs and batch records.
Perform equipment set up and formulations of small batches.
Perform cleaning of classified areas in compliance with SOP's. Must be able to accomplish all daily, weekly, monthly and restoration activities for all ISO Class 7 and CNC areas. Formulation of cleaning, sanitizing and passivation solutions.
Perform weighing of raw materials used for batch processing.
Perform tank and equipment cleaning in all production Lines.
Order Stage, sanitize and return raw material used for processing.
Review logbooks, batch records, and any other paperwork used in Compounding for accuracy and completeness.
Set up suspension tanks and SIP tank/mixer seals.
Formulate Line 7 suspension products and Bulk Slurry Sterilization.
Ensure that all policies, department SOP's, documentation, safety regulations and cGMP's are strictly adhered to.
Follow Teva Safety, Health, and Environmental policies and procedures.
Communicate effectively across all levels of the department and organization.
High school education or equivalent experience required. Some College coursework preferred OR equivalent experience desired.
A minimum of 3-4 years related production experience.
1 -2 years previous pharmaceutical experience is preferred.
Ability to read and write English, and follow written and oral instructions.
Knowledge and understanding of basic math skills.
Ability to comprehend machinery processes and troubleshoot problems as they occur.
Ability to organize numerous tasks into prioritized sequences.
Oracle experience preferred
Knowledgeable of cGMP's, department SOP's and Company policies.
Good skills with respect to planning and executing daily activities regarding Batch compounding operations, material staging.
Teva's Equal Employment Opportunity Commitment
Teva Pharmaceuticals is committed to equal opportunity in employment. It is Teva's global policy that equal employment opportunity be provided without regard to age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, disability, pregnancy, medical condition, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, ancestry, veteran status, national or ethnic origin or any other legally recognized status entitled to protection under applicable laws.
Nearest Major Market: Irvine California
Nearest Secondary Market: Los Angeles
The Compounder position performs blending activities in the compounding operation, manufacture personal care products (skin and hair) in a cost competitive environment, follow defined manufacturing procedures to produce high quality product and operate machines to blend approved formulas.
- Retrieve ingredients necessary to fulfill order, strictly following batch card.
- Provide clear, accurate, documentation of each phase of production process on batch card.
- Working knowledge about chemicals, and process parameters (temperature, pH, time).
- Ability to operate pumps, mills, homogenizers, mixers, controls, and electrical processing equipment.
- Ensure smooth functioning of equipment and troubleshoot sources of malfunction
- Maintain and clean equipment in good order per applicable Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP’s), Working Instructions (WI’s), and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s).
- Operate in a team-based environment supporting entire department’s goals; communicate all information at change shift to assure continued, efficient production.
- Understand averages, ranges, ratios and percentages.
- Understand measurement systems (dimensions, weights, etc.) to correctly use meters ans scales.
- Handle raw materials prepared for each batch, lift items manually and/or with the aid of hand jack, pallet jack, and forklifts.
- Move totes of materials and transfer finished batches to specific areas for product manufacturing.
- Recognize chemicals names; observe abnormal characteristics through quality inspection of product and ingredients.
- Perform manual and automated tank cleaning and sanitation procedures.
- Follow strictly company environmental policies and handle all cleaning and waste materials properly.
- Use proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for the task.
- Follow all safety rules.
- Any other responsibility as assigned by supervisory management.
High School Diploma or GED
2-5 years relevant blending or compounding experience, cosmetic or personal care setting preferred.
Ability to read, understand, document and maintain records as required.
Ability to handle multiple priorities in a fast-paced manufacturing environment.
Ability to operate forklift, pallet jack and drum lifter
Ability to lift up to 55 lbs. intermittently; heavier parts lifted using other methods.
Flexible to work any of the two shifts and OT (including weekends) when needed
Q.E.P. Co., Inc., a publicly traded company founded in 1979, is a $300+ million industry leader and global manufacturer, marketer, and distributor to the home improvement industry.
We are currently recruiting for a Compounder position in the Production department at our facility in Tolleson, Arizona. The hours are Monday-Friday 6:00 am-2:30 pm.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Assemble all materials to commence compounding including raw materials, chemical agents, buckets, lids, etc.
Operate mixer according to instructions as related through supervisor, QC and batch ticket. This includes the ability to accurately measure and manually add ingredients on an occasional basis of up to 50-55 pounds.
Ability to focus attention on batch in process for any abnormalities in consistency and mixing and immediately report questionable circumstances. Check quality and submit sample to quality control
Maintain accurate record of all batches produced, including accounting of time and materials added.
Ensure empty drums and containers are removed from the mixer and filled drums are transferred designated area.
Ability to wear and properly use all required personal protective equipment, including chemical resistant gloves, respirators, safety glasses, chemical goggles, steel-toe safety shoes and others as assigned.
Cleanup and general housekeeping.
Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.
High school education or equivalent/combination of education and experience.
Ability to communicate in the English language, both written and spoken.
Average ability to work out mathematical calculations, which require extending numbers by using multiplication, division, addition and subtraction.
Two to three years related work experience.
Ability to lift from floor level to a height of four (4) feet.
Must be able to see and to step over obstacles with a height of six (6) inches, and around obstacles of 40 x 48.
Must be able to hear forklift and other related equipment.
Must be able to stand for long periods.
Education and/or Experience
High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or three months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Ability to communicate in written and spoken language.
Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers and to multiply and divide with 10s and 100s.
Ability to perform these operations using weight measurement and volume.
Ability to use scales, measuring devices, sample gauges and markers.
Ability to understand and follow instructions, ability to learn the methods of various tasks, ability to maintain effective working relationships with other employees.
Ability to operate assigned equipment safely and efficiently.
Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
This work environment includes use of chemicals and extensive personal protective equipment. Must be able to pass PPE specific medical examinations and testing to allow for safe PPE usage.
While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.
The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly works in high, precarious places and is regularly exposed to fumes or airborne particles, which will require the use of respirators when engineering controls are not sufficient.
The employee works frequently near moving mechanical parts and is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions and toxic or caustic chemicals.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud.
The employee frequently works on and near moving material handling equipment.
To properly batch ingredients from a safety, quality and efficient perspective, while maintaining cleanliness of all equipment.
Adheres to safety, food safety, quality and legal compliance.
Perform all work in accordance with environmental, health and safety standards, rules, regulations and practices of the facility.
Must be able to pass training/certifications as required for qualification.
Must perform lockout tagout as required by company standards.
Must have the ability to understand formulas, batch cards, specifications, and critical control points on all products manufactured.
Must submit and check required batch samples to lab for analysis.
Must be aware of all emergency stops and pinch points on processing equipment by air and electrical as well as proper lifting procedures of ingredient bags.
Must obtain and maintain certification to wear full-face respirator when handling materials causing respiratory hazards which includes removal of facial hair.
Must be able to verify all ingredients at the beginning of batching, matching batch cards with correct product number for each product and annotate lot numbers and supplier names.
Must be able to correctly identify all mix and hold tanks understanding all pipes and connections to and from all vessels including flow panels.
Must be able to understand basic operation principles of Wilden pumps and PD pumps, troubleshooting and performing minor maintenance on them.
Must be able to properly dismantle and assemble PD pumps to keep them operational, replacing piping gaskets and setting up piping for product runs.
Must be able to identify and use all switches/valves to move product from one deck to other areas as needed.
Must be able to complete all paperwork fully and accurately along with analytical testing required to produce a high quality product within specification.
Must have a good understanding of how to execute changeovers using guidelines specified in the changeover grid.
Must have working knowledge of the process flow systems with a good understanding of the equipment in the flow schematic.
Must be able to adjust batches or rework with Quality Assurance (QA) guidance to conform to target.
Must be able to adhere to the Allergen Control policy and the Allergen Cross-Contact Prevention policy.
Must be able to fully and accurately document deck batching on batch cards as well as WIP traceability sheet, metal detector sheet and all necessary paperwork.
Must be able to disassemble production equipment: clean, rinse, and sanitize all product contact machinery utilizing proper cleaning utensils, chemicals and COP (Clean Out of Place) process. Equipment includes mix tanks, hold tanks, cook kettles, turbons, supply lines, overhead lines, PD Pumps and Wilden Pumps.
Must be able to reassemble production equipment: clean, rinse, and sanitize all product contact machinery utilizing proper cleaning utensils, chemicals, and CIP (Clean In Place) process.
Document completed work as required by the supervisor.
Compliance with all other duties as assigned.
PHYSICAL AND VISUAL ACTIVITIES:
Kneel or squat to retrieve ingredients.
Reach and twist/turn to measure and add ingredients.
Grip/grasp to open and carry boxes and bags.
Safely hose down machines.
Climb stairs involving 12-16 steps.
Ability to wear full-face respirator.
Ability to visually differentiate items of color, up close and in the distance.
Ability to wear personal protective equipment and/or clothing.
Stand/walk 7 or more hours per day.
Continuously reach, bend, twist/turn, grip/grasp, and talk/hear.
Continuously use eye/hand coordination.
Constantly lift shears, knife, scoop, wrench, measuring cups weighing up to 5 lbs from floor to overhead.
Constantly lift ingredient scoops weighing up to 25 lbs from floor to shoulder height.
Constantly lift ingredients weighing up to 50 lbs from floor to shoulder height.
Constantly carry ingredients weighing up to 25 lbs up to 20 feet.
Frequently kneel/crawl, squat, and climb (stairs including 12-16 steps).
Frequently use handling/fingering to adjust knobs, use hoses or tools.
Frequently lift ingredient bags up to 100 lbs from floor to waist height.
Frequently carry up to 5 lbs 75 feet.
Frequently carry up to 100 lbs 20 feet.
Occasionally use fine motor skills.
Occasionally carry 50lbs up steps.
Push combo lid, hand truck and pallets of product requiring 25 lbs of force 50 feet.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision and color vision.
Constantly work in damp, wet, humid and slippery environments.
Constantly work in high places near moving equipment with fumes or airborne debris.
Constantly work in extreme heat/cold.
Constantly work in high noise levels requiring hearing protection.
Occasionally work with toxic or caustic chemicals.
Occasionally work with hand tools causing segmental vibration.
Bump cap, hair net, safety glasses, hearing protection, and uniform or smock.
Cut resistant gloves.
Nitrile gloves, plastic apron, plastic sleeves.
Food safety knife, shears, measuring cups, scoops and small hand tools.
Electric and manual pallet jacks.
Lockout locks and tags.
High school diploma or GED.
One to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos.
Ability to write simple correspondence.
Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other team members of the organization.
Ability to use effective problem solving skills.
Ability to use mathematical functions including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in accordance with production paperwork.
Ability to perform these operations using units of weight measurement, volume, and distance.
Compounder II - 3Rd Shift (156-227)
Operate chemical process equipment to produce products and/or components to meet GMP, customer specifications and/or quality standards. Maintain accurate production records following GMP and company policies. Maintain control systems and process flow machinery to include cleaning, minor adjustments and basic upkeep.
Working knowledge of Good Manufacturing and Chemical Safety Practices
Working knowledge of chemical process requirements
Working knowledge of gowning, cleaning and environmental monitoring procedures
Correctly fill out and maintain batch records and cleaning/equipment logs
Complete all documentation requirements accurately
Material handling, including weighing and staging of raw materials and packaging
Safe handling of hazardous substances, as required
Sampling and performing in-process testing
Completing in-process check sheets
Performing ABS (computer) material transactions
Following process flow and control diagrams
Ability to read print and a scale to ensure dimensional accuracy
Proper care of tooling and equipment
Cleaning of equipment and facilities
Operation and basic maintenance of mix tanks, coating equipment, extrusion/rewind systems, and other auxiliary equipment
Participation in training of other employees, as requested
Note: Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the previous. Other duties may be assigned.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Ability to use/read measuring devices and enter data onto appropriate documentation
Basic math skills for computing yields and other calculations
Attention to detail
Problem analysis and problem resolution
Proven record of accurate documentation
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Strong team player
Ability to follow written instructions and procedures
Ability to achieve full operator training in 2 or more basic operations within 6 months
- High school diploma or equivalent
- 3 years experience in GMP or chemical mixing/coating/extrusion environment
Job Location Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular
Position Overview: Works under the general direction of the Processing Supervisor or other supervision as designated by the Employer, and coordinates the activities of Processor trainees and Pre-weighers and trains such employees as needed and, where required, performs all job duties of said employees, is responsible for maintenance of certain equipment, e.g. heat exchange and motor drive; operates the DI Water System and regenerates when necessary; coordinates inventory of materials within the department.
Performs all duties of Processing.
When required, trains trainees and Pre-weighers and observes work being performed to insure that proper procedures are followed, and co-signs batch records and/or pertinent records.
Assists other Processors as needed or required.
Preweighs ingredients as directed. Coordinates inventories of all materials as required.
Assists in operation of the department with particular care towards GMP sanitation, quality control, safety, housekeeping and inventory control.
Cleaning and sanitizing of all equipment used in department operations according to L'Oreal GMP procedures.
Quality checks and record keeping, including but not limited to, batch records and sanitization logs.
Performs all other work relative to Processing as directed.
- High school diploma or equivalent
- 1-3 years of experience in a manufacturing environment, preferably cosmetics.
Computer Skills, including but not limited to, ADC system, industrial chemistry system, color computer.
May be required to attend training programs necessary to maintain the high standard of L'Oréal Processors, whether in-house or off the premises.
Must have knowledge of and be capable of working with all products including current and experimental products.
Must be capable of performing in process testing and must be fully capable of using such devices as Ph meters, viscometer, thermometer, and must be able to determine specific gravity or undertake all similar tasks that are requested by the Employer.
Must be capable of working with DI Water System and the regeneration system including sterilization of completed system to GMP standards.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and take pride in a diverse environment. We do not discriminate in recruitment, hiring, training, promotion or other employment practices for reasons of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, medical condition or disability, or any other legally protected status.
If you require a reasonable accommodation to complete an application for a recognized disability under applicable law, please email USApplicationAccommodation@support.lorealusa.com. Please note this email will only respond to specific requests for assistance completing the application as a request for accommodation for a disability. All others will not be considered.
US Anacortes, Washington: Chemical Account Manager II - Sr Chemical Account Manager
We are looking for the right people — people who want to innovate, achieve, grow and lead. We attract and retain the best talent by investing in our employees and empowering them to develop themselves and their careers. Experience the challenges, rewards and opportunity of working for one of the world's largest providers of products and services to the global energy industry.
Job Description Summary
◾This Position is based in Anacortes, Washington with corporate office in Houston, TX.
◾Under broad supervision, this position is responsible for creating, building and sustaining customer relationships, managing chemical accounts for customers, troubleshooting and scheduling.
◾Responsible for oversight of day to day operations necessary to sustain our client accounts and for acquiring new business opportunities with new clients.
◾Must demonstrate the ability to stabilize business in large, strategic accounts.
◾Responsible for managing larger accounts with revenues from $2.5MM-$5MM.
◾This role will directly supervise personnel in order to maintain accounts.
◾Supervisory responsibilities consist of interviewing/selecting employees, providing performance feedback to employees through regular check in, directing/monitoring their work, taking corrective action, and ensuring proper adherence to company policies and procedures.
◾Will pursue organic growth opportunities with existing customers and new opportunities with new customers.
◾Technical requirements of this position include: General knowledge of downstream water and process chemicals, the capability to test, select and recommend products following established work methods.
◾Provide technical support and escalate complaints as required.
◾May be required to act as the expert on the job site where they will supervise the collection of samples and will analyze associated data as necessary.
◾Provide sound technical advice and recommendations to support customer operational requirements.
◾Knowledge of chemical pump design and specifications.
◾Create, build and sustain custom chemical programs and optimize those programs as opportunities arise.
◾Knowledge of Microsoft product platforms.
◾Provide clear, concise and routine reports and recommendations internally to management and externally to clients.
◾Produce and present technical presentations.
◾Utilize software to maintain customer financial & technical portfolios.
◾Perform system analysis. Interpret data and develop recommendations to ensure operations are performing at an optimal level.
◾Demonstrate strong leadership by coaching and training others and leading portions of District Meetings.
Requires a BS in a STEM degree and a minimum of 6 years of experience in the Downstream Chemicals business which includes experience in oil refineries.
Candidates having qualifications that exceed the minimum job requirements will receive consideration for higher level roles given (1) their experience, (2) additional job requirements, and/or (3) business needs. Depending on education, experience, and skill level, a variety of job opportunities might be available, including Chemical Account Manager II and Sr. Chemical Account Manager.
Halliburton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
5500 N. Sam Houston Parkway W, Houston, Texas, 77086, United States
Requisition Number: 74361
Experience Level: Experienced Hire
Job Family: Operations
Product Service Line: Multi-Chem
Full Time / Part Time: Full Time
Additional Locations for this position: Anacortes, WA
Nearest Major Market: Houston
Job Segment: Account Manager, Manager, Testing, Technical Support, Sales, Management, Technology
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