Coagulation Operator Job Description Sample
Global TA Head Coagulation And Acquired Bleeding
The Global Clinical Therapeutic Head is responsible for providing innovative scientific and medical leadership in defining the global development strategy for assigned clinical programs within Clinical Development. The incumbent will have responsibility for strategic clinical development planning; ensuring collaboration with key internal stakeholders to deliver successful license applications and product life cycle management aligned with Commercial Operations strategies and the regulatory environment. He/she will oversee the activities of assigned (Senior) Clinical Program Directors/ Scientists within his/her Therapeutic Area.
Main Responsibilities and Accountabilities:
Provide tactical and strategic medical leadership and guidance to the global clinical development activities supporting new registrations and life cycle management of CSL therapeutic compounds, ensuring alignment with commercial strategies and compliance with regulatory guidance where relevant.
Partner with cross functional Therapeutic Area leads from Project Management, Commercial Development, Global Regulatory and Global Safety to ensure that the overall scientific and medical content of all clinical programs is aligned, sound and supported by high value data driven decision-strategies and is documented through program specific plans.
Anticipate and address future potential clinical development needs and opportunities, based on the clinical character of the compound, evolution of the regulatory and commercial competitive environment.
Ensure clinical development planning, strategies and related budgets are updated for stage gate evaluations and present, as required, clinical development strategies and overall benefit:risk evaluations, pertaining to the assigned therapeutic area, to senior management review committees.
For new indications, determines the overall risk:benefit assessment through securing cross functional alignment and / or transparent discussion of risks and benefit pertinent to the clinical program and ensure with relevant department heads/ delegates that clear plans to investigate, manage and track risk through the clinical program are reflected in the clinical development plan.
Provides senior leadership to develop, attract and retain talent within Clinical Development and contribute to the overall strategic and operational running of the Clinical Development function in line with the spirit of the department. Drives to maintain a culture based on CSL's core values of customer focus, innovation, integrity, collaboration and superior performance.
Develop and maintain relationships with Research, including pre-clinical Translational Research, and Early Development to facilitate the integration of non-clinical and translational science findings, experimental medicine outcomes and First-in-Man results within overall clinical program planning.
Act as an internal clinical therapeutic expert developing and maintaining an understanding of key disease states/etiology, treatments, therapeutic trends, competitive agents for the indications and development projects within the assigned therapeutic area.
Establish the presence and reputation of the company through thought leadership, interactions with KOLs in fundamental issues affecting the therapeutic area. Develop and sustain strong professional relationships with regulatory authorities and represent the company, as required, at key regulatory review forums e.g. pre-IND/EMA Scientific Advice; post Phase II, regulatory advisory committee meetings
Contribute to internal review of new development opportunities through collaboration with Strategy and Business Development to provide medical and development expertise and recommendations to support the evaluation of in-licensing candidates where relevant
Advanced degree (MD, PhD or PharmD) in life science/healthcare required.
Board Certified (or non-USA equivalent) in Internal medicine or relevant sub-specialty highly preferred
Clinical development experience leading a therapeutic area or complex clinical program with a working knowledge of pharmaceutical and regulatory development processes is essential. A minimum of 10 years experience preferred, acquired in either industry or academic positions, although the latter would also require experience in working with industry sponsors.
Strong leadership and communication skills and a demonstrated ability to develop constructive and effective relationships with direct reports, colleagues and senior management
Demonstrated ability to think strategically, create innovative strategies and able to anticipate future trends and consequences
Able to think globally and contemplate multiple aspects and impacts of issues and plan proactively
Able to facilitate brainstorming in teams and bring the creative thoughts of others to
Can develop direct reports with regards technical skills and leadership competencies; empowers others
Able to build and lead effective, well integrated, collaborative teams
Works successfully in a matrix organization with multiple disciplines and to build collaborative relationships
Able to drive for results through self motivation and through leading others
Independently minded and focused; able to take decisions and be professional and supportive in driving change
Cross cultural sensitivity demonstrating understanding and acceptance of different cultural parameters
Worker Sub Type:
Global Marketing Manager, Coagulation
At Abbott, we're committed to helping people live their best possible life through the power of health. For more than 125 years, we've brought new products and technologies to the world -- in nutrition, diagnostics, medical devices and branded generic pharmaceuticals -- that create more possibilities for more people at all stages of life. Today, 99,000 of us are working to help people live not just longer, but better, in the more than 150 countries we serve.
The Global Marketing Manager (MM) is responsible for setting the Division strategic direction and implementation of product development, as well as product management activities that will lead to a customer-centric and goal achievement culture. This includes development of marketing plans and activities that drive the flow of products to our customers in a manner that highlights differentiation and value. This "product champion" is the focal point for the Division with regard to product and market knowledge, planning/execution, and achievement of business objectives. The MM is responsible for end-to-end marketing activity, from identification of customer and market needs/wants, to concept and product development, product launch, on-market product support, through and including product discontinuation.
The MM is responsible for the following activities for their product(s):
Recognition of new products to be developed to meet new market demands, or the creation of new markets. Provides leadership for product/concept justification during funding cycle, and provides similar leadership to product development team.
Identification of new business opportunities through expansion of existing products into new markets, or enhancements of existing products to maximize existing markets.
Providing direction and input to all in-house groups such as Public Affairs, Operations, Finance, R&D, Quality, and Regulatory that affect the successful achievement of business objectives.
Responsible for implementing and maintaining the effectiveness of the quality system.
The MM is responsible for creating worldwide demand for his/her product in a customer-centric manner (exemplified by high satisfaction of needs, and therefore appropriately differentiated and adding value) by developing and overseeing execution of the marketing plan. This includes definition of and segmentation of the market, targeting and positioning, and all aspects of the marketing mix (product, place/distribution, price, and integrated marketing/promotion).
The following are some of the key responsibilities:
Business Expansion: Participate in strategic planning initiatives such as Portfolio Management, Integrated Business Planning (IBP) to ensure profitable growth opportunities are supported.
Competition and Positioning: Develop a thorough understanding of competitive offerings and provide commercial organizations with appropriately differentiated product(s) versus the competition in a profitable manner that adds value to the customer.
Internal Communication: Responsible for creating a clear line of communication between marketing and all other areas that affect the product. This includes providing direction to the Commercial Areas/countries and all in-house groups. This entails use of technology-based tools such as Sharepoint, salesforce.com, intranet, conference calls, meetings, and international field travel.
External Communication: Interface with consultants, marketing research firms, ad agencies, other vendors, and customers to effectively manage and grow business profitably, while maintaining a customer focus woven throughout all activities. Another aspect of this responsibility is gaining positive media exposure in partnership with the Public Affairs department.
Developing the Marketing Plan: Incorporate all aspects of the marketing mix.
Product Definition: Ensure that appropriate Customer Requirements/Design Inputs are crafted to guide the development team. Utilize market research, customer input, Area input, and other means to ensure profitable and differentiated products are delivered to market. Offer leadership to R&D and support organizations throughout development cycle (e.g. lead trade-off analysis, customer, financial, and timeline impact).
Ensure Launch and Post-Launch Success: Offer leadership to the commercial organization through a successful launch and post-launch adoption. This includes the delivery of appropriate launch materials/tools to differentiate product versus the competition and grow the business in a profitable manner.
Support the commercial organizations in achieving Plan/Update objectives.
The Global Marketing Manager position differs from Area or country-specific Product Management jobs in three key ways:
- Greater involvement in setting division-wide strategies (e.g. what products/projects to fund)
- Direction and leadership to the R&D organizations throughout the product development cycle (e.g. developing customer requirements)
- Exposure to all international markets, with the requirement to build networks and success through a deep understanding of cultural diversity and varying global market dynamics
Experience & Skills required:
The position requires an understanding of both the technology and capabilities of Diagnostics products, markets and customer dynamics, and functional operations across departments.
The successful candidate must have demonstrated leadership capability and possess an understanding of the sales process for diagnostics. Knowledge of the regulations and standards affecting In Vitro Diagnostics is required.
In addition to the Abbott leadership competencies, the successful candidate must also demonstrate:
Desire and ability to lead the organization to ensure goal achievement
Excellent verbal, written and presentation/communication skills
Deep understanding of the complexities of the diagnostics market and customer needs
Ability to develop, rationalize and present strategy
Strong analytical and computer skills, with knowledge of financial models
Strong work ethic, self-motivation and resourcefulness
The ideal candidate will have the following background:
Healthcare experience – 10+ years. Diagnoctics experience is highly preferred.
Marketing experience – 5+ years
Diagnostics commercial experience – 5+ years
Product launch experience
Scientific or technical experience in the fields of hematology and/or coagulation is highly preferred
Project management experience
Bachelor's Degree in business, life sciences, engineering or related technical discipline. MBA is desired.
JOB FAMILY:Product Management
LOCATION:United States > Santa Clara : 4551 Great America Parkway
TRAVEL:Yes, 25 % of the Time
SIGNIFICANT WORK ACTIVITIES:Continuous sitting for prolonged periods (more than 2 consecutive hours in an 8 hour day), Keyboard use (greater or equal to 50% of the workday)
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Production Supervisor - Coagulation
Supervise the activities of production operators to assure safe, timely, efficient manufacture
of quality products in accordance with policy and procedures; coordinates with Maintenance,
Engineering, Quality Control, and Quality Assurance to assure their timely support in
maintaining, improving, and assuring the manufacturing areas, equipment, and operations
are suitable and in compliance with cGMPs; supervises, trains, and motivates production
operators to assure the development of a skilled, productive workforce.
Main Responsibilities and Accountabilities
1.Ensure compliance to cGMPs in manufacturing
2.Establish adequate coverage to support the manufacturing schedule. Coordination
of daily job assignments. Identify overtime requirements.
3.Monitor, review, and complete manufacturing procedures and log books as they
are being filled in on the production floor
4.Spend significant part of shift actively monitoring the operation on the production
5.Enforce plant and department policies and procedures
6.Conduct weekly communication/training meetings
7.Ensure that manufacturing area and equipment is in satisfactory condition.
Approve work orders and discuss issues with maintenance department.
Communicates issues with department Management.
8.Coordinate training activities with operators
9.Maintain a safe work environment.
10. Achieve production requirements
11. Lead, coach, and discipline work force
12. Collect all pertinent data to support discrepancies
13. Ensure trained status of operators prior to job assignment
14. Resource allocation decisions:
Facility: Coordinate; PMs, maintenance, calibrations
- All supervisors on a specific shift will perform annual evaluation for production
16. Weekly review of new union operators
Bachelor's degree and at least 5 years pharmaceutical production supervisory experience or Associate Degree or High School diploma with at least 8 years of pharmaceutical production supervisory experience and/or relevant process knowledge with demonstrated ability to lead.
Ability to resolve conflicts, direct/train personnel, manages behavior, set priorities and understands the overall process of the department. Efficient use of networking / proven decision making skills.
This person is seen as the leader to other departmental supervisory personnel. Their advice and direction may be asked for in regards to the management of personnel and manufacturing floor operations.
Solid technical knowledge, can communicate vertically /horizontally, strong trouble shooting, understands cGMP and drives Quality culture. Clear understanding and administration of the bargaining unit contract;
assists department management with scheduling and departmental projects
/ process improvements.
Worker Sub Type:
Sr Clin Lab Scientist Speclist, Coagulation - Hematology - F/T - Days
UC Title: Sr Clin Lab Scientist Speclist,
Position Number: 10001391
Reports to: Clin Lab Sci Spec Supv Sr EX
Working Title: Sr Clin Lab Scientist Speclist
Cost Center: Hematology (7061)
Bargaining Unit: HX
Job Code: 8938
Date Created: 07/10/2017
Shift: Day Shift
Provides advanced technical expertise in the most complex technical areas in a major division of the lab. Develops procedures and test criteria, collects and extrapolates data, assists in lab research and design efforts, and oversees quality assurance and performance improvement activities in a specialized area of the lab. Instructs other lab personnel in new procedures, participates in teaching and serves as a technical resource for the division.
Rate Minimum $43.13 Midpoint $47.33 Maximum $51.53
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships across the Health System
Ability to maintain a work pace appropriate to the workload
Clinical Laboratory Scientist
Current CA CLS License
Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English
Four or more years applicable experience
Knowledge of University and medical center organizations, policies, procedures and forms
Must be willing to testify in court regarding testing activities if subpoenaed
Must be willing to work variable shifts and overtime as required
Must demonstrate customer service skills appropriate to the job
Must possess the skill, knowledge and ability essential to the successful performance of assigned duties
4 or more years of applicable experience in a special coagulation lab
Prior experience in supervision
Extensive experience with instrument troubleshooting, repair, testing, and verification of system integrity
Familiarity with Microsoft office applications
Physical, Mental & Environmental Demands:
To comply with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 the essential physical, mental and environmental requirements for this job are listed below. These are requirements normally expected to perform regular job duties. Incumbent must be able to successfully perform all of the functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation.
Vat/Efv Operator II
Working at Agropur means being a member of an extended family where simplicity and honesty are part of everyday life, and where the management style is based on integrity, openness and autonomy. You can join, as well, Agropur's extended family.
Essential Functions include the following
Operating and monitor the combination of pasteurized and standardized milk with cultures and other ingredients.
Monitor the vats filling with milk. Mixing and preparing ingredients.
Adding various ingredients at appropriate intervals and taking samples.
Monitoring and logging upwards of twenty variables at frequent intervals.
Subjectively evaluating coagulated milk to determine if the set is complete.
Carrying forty to fifty pound rennet containers up one flight of stairs.
Monitoring cut, cook, and stir processes.
Performing curd transfer.
Spraying out vats and dismantling parts for cleaning.
Operating Clean In Place (CIP) cycles.
Troubleshooting and maintaining machinery.
Cleaning and sanitation of all parts of horizontal vats department including walls, floors, and equipment.
Maintain a safe work environment.
Understanding of and compliance with all Quality Assurance policies, and immediate reporting of any potential food safety issues to management.
Secondary Functions include the following:
- Performs other duties as assigned.
This document in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position.
Ability to pay strong attention to detail and multitask effectively.
Able to properly document information legibly onto the production and master sanitation log sheets.
Understand all CIP circuits and titrate all chemicals involved in CIP programs.
Understand and obey all Good Manufacturing Practice.
High School Education or equivalent.
Good English speaking and writing skills.
Good Mechanical aptitude.
Food service, food plant or sanitation background preferred.
Ability to work in a fast paced environment.
Requires the ability to communicate and document work.
Strong organizational skills.
Good to excellent spelling, grammar and written communication skills.
Track and maintain information on a database.
Be able to move up and down stairs while moving 50 pound bags.
Frequently move up to 50 pounds.
Able to move above about work stations in a manufacturing environment most of the shift.
Be able to work at floor level, waist level, and shoulder level repetitively.
Be able to work the shift assigned and fill in other shifts as needed.
Be able to work weekends (including Saturday and Sunday) and off shifts if needed or assigned.
Able to work at heights
Able to work with chemicals.
1.Attendance and Dependability: The employee can be depended on to report to work at the scheduled time and is seldom absent from work. Employee can be depended upon to complete work in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner and is conscientious about assignments.
2.Communication and Contact: The employee communicates effectively both verbally and in writing with superiors, colleagues and individuals inside and outside the Company.
3.Relationships with Others: The employee works effectively and relates well with others including superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the Company. The employee exhibits a professional manner in dealing with others and works to maintain constructive working relationships.
AA/EEO Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
Facility Operator - Anticline
Facility Operator - Anticline
Facility Operator will work in rotating shifts to facilitate the operation of the water treatment process. Operator will work with the maintenance department to perform plant repairs to ensure the plant is operating and maintaining at peak performance. In addition to the onsite operations and security, the Operator will work with Pipeline and Frac water customers to effect efficient distribution of Pipeline water recourses.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Oversee the entire Plant Operation
Must be capable of operating a fully automated, SCADA controlled water Treatment facility and pipeline distribution
Responsible for the reporting of any pipeline spills
Monitor/Move controls, valves, meters and gauges to ensure proper function of the process
In addition to running the plant, Operator is tasked with collection and recording of data on plant equipment, water quality and flow totals
Must understand theories of Coagulation and Flocculation in removing suspended solids from wastewater and be able to perform jar-testing procedures.
Must understand pump theories and pump curves as the plant utilizes a wide variety of pumps in a mix applications
Identify and troubleshoot a variety of problems and component failures and be able to repair equipment problems with the maintenance department
Maintain pit levels and operation of transfer pumps
Monitor Leak Detection pit sumps
Must be able to identify and repair equipment problems requiring immediate repair
Will be responsible for maintenance department assistance
Perform repairs on equipment and vehicles within our maintenance program when asked
Must be committed to working Safely at all times
Ability to be a positive representative of the company both internally and externally
Must wear Personal Protective Equipment for all hazardous working environments
Maintain a clean and safe environment/facility at all times
Communicate with contractors, vendors and customers
Regular attendance at the worksite is required
High School Diploma
Valid Driver's License
Good communication skills.
Solid ability to multitask.
Drug Free Work Environment with routine testing and random testing.
Physical requirements: The physical demands described 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. Position requires physical effort such as extensive walking over a large facility. Also requires the ability to lift and carry 70lbs.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation or protected veteran status.
Successful completion of company pre-employment background check, drug screen, and other related testing upon job offer acceptance.
We participate in the federal E-Verify program. To learn more about E-Verify, please visit: http://www.uscis.gov.
Lead Water Purification Plant Operator
This position requires a demonstrated ability to perform advanced functions related to the operator and maintenance of equipment at all water treatment facilities. This position functions as a Lead Operator and also as Chief Plant operator when required, performing complex analysis of the Water Treatment Plant operations and having direct charge of the operation of a water treatment facility or Water Production Facilities. Positions at this level provide instruction and assistance to lower level Water Treatment Plant Operators. This position is normally filled by advancement from the Water Treatment Operator II. Position requires three to five years of experience in a Surface Water Treatment Plant Operator and must possess a minimum of a Class 'C' Surface Water Treatment Plant Operator Certificate issued by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality at the time of accepting position.
Essential Job Duties:
Incumbents may not perform all of the list duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices.
Operates the water treatment plant including related subsystems and instrumentation.
Monitors the treatment process from the control board/computer screen; monitors various treatment processes including coagulant feed, rapid mix, flocculation, sedimentation, filtration and disinfection; monitors the addition of chemicals added for taste and odor control.
Monitors water quality by performing laboratory tests at various stages in the treatment process including tests for chlorine residual, ph, turbidity, hardness, alkalinity, odors and other tests as necessary to maintain water quality; calibrates laboratory equipment; maintains laboratory records.
Determines chemical dosage and makes adjustments to plant processes as necessary including for ferric Sulfate/Aluminum Sulfate, chlorine, ammonia, potassium permanganate, caustic soda, powdered activated carbon, and other chemicals.
Reads gauges and meter; interprets data to maintain the proper treatment process, proper distribution operation, security, and alarm status; make flow adjustments.
Operates pumps and valves utilizing a SCADA system; monitors systems for alarms, make adjustments, and provides appropriate response; notifies Plant Management or appropriate staff as necessary to respond to problems.
Operates mechanical equipment including pumps and motors, chemical feed pumps and systems, air compressors, and manual, electrical, and pneumatically operated valves; operates hard and power tools; operates a light truck.
Operates chlorination equipment related to the chlorine performs maintenance on chlorine system including chemical piping system; participates in calibration of chemical feed equipment.
Orders chemicals, Inventories and takes delivery of bulk chlorine.
Maintains operational logs and records.
Makes visual inspections; monitors facilities and roads to insure adequate security.
Performs preventative and predictive maintenance on treatment plant equipment; assists Maintenance personnel in making major and/or specialized repairs to equipment; coordinates work of contractors and of other departments.
Operates the City's water production system including elevated and ground storage and pump stations; ensures adequate availability and pressure to all service connections.
Provides appropriate response to emergencies and spills including those involving hazardous materials; wears respirators including self contained breathing apparatus as required.
Responds to inquiries from the vendors, suppliers, and public; answers questions from customers pertaining to water quality, low pressure, and leak reports.
Supervises and Trains operators.
Performs related duties as assigned or required
Physical and Environmental Conditions:
The conditions herein 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 job functions.
Environment: Water treatment plant. Exposure to noise of plant machinery and other equipment; mechanical and electrical hazards of operating equipment; fumes and odors of chemicals and gases; toxic substances such as chemicals, cleaners, solvents, and gases; all types of weather and temperature conditions. Work and/or walk for long periods of time on various types of surfaces including slippery or uneven surfaces and rough terrain. Subject to 24-hour emergency callbacks and requires working varying hours, overtime, weekends, and holidays. Work environment is informal, team-oriented, having both routine and variable tasks with variable pace and pressure. Work is performed in both indoors and in plant area and outdoors in field and collateral facilities.
Physical: Primary functions require sufficient physical ability to work in a plant and field setting and operate assigned equipment. CONTINUOUS walking, balancing, bending, stooping, kneeling, crouching, lifting of objects weighing up to 10lbs from below waist level to above shoulder level and transporting for distances up to 100 yards, fine finger dexterity to operate tools and controls, firm grasp to lift and carry objects; FREQUENT sitting, standing, reaching, twisting at waist, upward and downward flexion of neck, side to side turning of neck, lifting of objects weighing 11-25lbs from below waist level to above shoulder level and transporting up to 100 yards; OCCASIONAL climbing, pushing/pulling, lifting of objects weighing from 26-50lbs from below waist level to above shoulder level and transporting for distances up to 10 yards; INFREQUENT crawling, lifting objects weighting from 51-100lbs below waist level; with assistance, and transporting for distances up to 10 feet with assistance. Must be able to climb 150+ foot ladder and work effectively at the height.
Other: Safety regulations prohibit Operators from wearing contact lenses when working with certain chemicals or from wearing beards or other facial har that prevents a proper respirator fit. Must pass annual respirator physical and fit testing.
The following generally describes the knowledge and ability required to enter the job and/or be learned within a short period of time in order to successfully perform the assigned duties.
Operations, services, and activities of a water treatment system.
Principles, practices, materials, chemicals, and operating procedures related to operation and maintenance of a water treatment plant.
Operating principles of plant equipment including valves, pumps, and motors.
Methods and techniques of reading and interpreting gauges, recording devices, and related monitoring systems.
Tools and equipment used in the operation and maintenance of water treatment plant facilities.
Maintenance and repair principles and practices including preventatvie maintenance procedures.
Emergency maintenance and repair procedures related to water treatment facilities.
Methods and techniques of conducting laboratory tests and procedures related to water treatment analysis.
Mathematical calculations used in the water treatment operations.
Hydraulic and distribution principles.
Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations.
Operational and safety regulations pertaining to water treatment plant operations.
Occupational hazards and standard safety precautions.
Principles and procedures used in the proper handling of chemiclas.
Principles and practices of customer service.
Office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and applicable software applications.
Principles and practices of record keeping
Principles of training.
Operate, monitor, and maintain a variety of water treatment plant equipment, facilities and systems.
Perform complex inspections and preventive maintenance of treatment plant facilities and equipment.
Read and interpret gauges, meters and other instrument readings and take effective course of action.
Diagnose complex operational problems and perform effective maintenance on equipment.
Respond to changing demands on water flow, water quality, and equipment requirements.
Monitor and adjust plant processes.
Compile and record complex data and material.
Work well with others in a team environment.
Complete work within an assigned time frame.
Perform math calculations related to water works.
Operate assigned equipment and tools in a safe and effective manner.
Operate office equipment including computers and applicable software applications.
Work independently in the absence of supervision.
Demonstrate an awareness and appreciation of the cultural diversity of the community.
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Education and Experience: High School Diploma or GED required supplemented by TCEQ training courses in the Surface and Ground Water related fields also management training is highly desirable.
Experience: Three to Five years of experience in a Surface Water Treatment Plant Operator.
License or Certificate: Possession of a Class 'C' Surface Water Treatment Plant Operator Certificate issued by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Required. Must be able to obtain and acquire a valid class 'B' Water works license issued by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality within (2) years of accepting position. Possession of a valid Texas Class C Texas driver's license is required.
PBX Operator / Switchboard Operator
Work Schedule: Part-Time with a set schedule:
Wednesday 4pm- Midnight
The PBX Operator responds to incoming calls in a timely manner and directs caller to appropriate destination providing a smooth, clear and professionally courteous communication practice.
Answers multiple incoming telephone lines.
Obtains necessary information and transfers calls to correct extensions.
Provides information to callers as appropriate.
Performs overhead paging.
Monitors all alarms located in PBX and notifies appropriate personnel as required.
Responds quickly and accurately to disaster and emergency situations as required, remaining calm.
Corrects and updates posted information as needed. Assists with the maintenance of directories on-call list, etc.
Accurately utilizes the features of the PBX consoles, headsets, telephones and other related equipment.
Assist with maintaining cleanliness, safety and security of the PBX area.
Maintains confidentiality, security and integrity of patient and organizational data.
Ensures release of information is consistent with all privacy policies.
Orients and mentors new staff members.
Medical City Alliance is a 75-bed, acute care hospital that opened in February 2015. The three-story, 155,000 square foot full-service facility serves the communities of Fort Worth, Keller, Roanoke, Haslet, Saginaw and surrounding communities in northern Tarrant county and southern Denton county. Medical City Alliance offers a full range of services, specializing in women's, cardiology, robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgery, and emergency care and has been recognized by The Joint Commission for the Hospital Accreditation Program for 2015.
Experience in customer service position.
Previous PBX experience is desirable.
Ability to fluently speak and understand English.
Previous experience in hospital setting preferred.
Ability to perform calmly, competently and quickly in emergency situations.
Customer service abilities.
Ability to perform work that requires frequent standing, bending, reaching and some lifting.
Part-Time Computer Operator (Computer Operator I)
Part Time Role
Must be Flexible on Hours/Schedule
Operate computer, computer-related hardware and other operations area equipment. Perform support activities in computer operations.
General Duties & Responsibilities:
Monitors and controls a computer console to process and complete jobs.
Investigates error conditions in computer processing, equipment malfunction and/or network (on-line) performance in order to determine and/or apply the required corrective procedure or action.
Maintains the physical inventory of computer operations supplies in a designated storage area and keeps the various operations areas stocked with the supplies necessary for daily production.
Sets up, prepares, operates and performs preventive maintenance tasks on tape drives, computer on-line microfiche, disk units, printers, bursters, decollators, inserters, postage meters, microfiche viewers and similar devices.
Controls and monitors the on-line network from the central network control center.
Other related duties assigned as needed.
General Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Knowledge of operator procedures for applications and operating system software
Knowledge of off-line and peripheral equipment operation and maintenance
Knowledge of procedures for using supplies and maintaining inventory
Skill in controlling processing through central console
Skill in maintaining a continuous production level
Skill in following oral and written technical instructions
Skill in maintaining complete, accurate written records
Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, clients and public
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Entry level role. Basic skills with moderate level of proficiency. Assists in performing routine tasks associated with operating a computer in accordance with detailed instructions. Generally, performs single-function tasks that tend to be of small to moderate size and scope. Works under close to moderate supervision with limited latitude for independent judgment. Consults with senior peers on non-complex projects to learn through experience. Typically requires up to three years of experience and reports to a Computer Operations Supervisor.
Machine Operator - Palletizer Operator
The Machine Operator is responsible for safely operating all equipment involved in the Palletizing process. The Machine Operator checks parts produced for any possible defects to ensure top quality product is produced for our customers.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Checks parts produced for any possible defects (including grease, flash, punctures, and other defects) to ensure that customer specifications are met.
Monitors flow of product into processing machinery.
Tends machines such as Palletizers, Strappers, Airveyors, Leak Detectors and bottle unscramblers to maintain product flow.
Works at different work stations as production needs require.
Maintains housekeeping of work areas.
Observes production operation within area of control to verify compliance with quality, safety, production standards, work rules and efficient operation of equipment.
Reports potential production downtime, scrap production, and quality of each machine under their responsibility and summarizes data from shift.
Notifies Lead person and/or Shift Supervisor whenever items produced do not meet quality requirements or if machinery needs repair.
High School Diploma or GED
6 months related experience preferred
Strong attention to detail with the ability to prioritize work tasks
Ability to communicate well on all levels and good interpersonal skills required
Adapts to changes in the work environment; able to deal with frequent changes or unexpected events
Ability to work in a fast moving, fast paced environment.
Possess the ability to work all shifts and required overtime as needed
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