The objective of the Aseptic Cleaning Technician is to ensure that all Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are followed and that all cleaning, disinfecting and documentation expectations adhere to the customer’s Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Good Documentation practices (GDP), all training requirements are maintained at a status of “current” and that all customer requests for special tasks are accomplished.
• The ability to read and understand in English all revisions of applicable Customer assigned SOPs, policies and procedures.
• The ability to work flexible hours including holidays, weekends, overtime and special assignments
• The ability to lift 40lbs, work overhead and stand for extended periods.
• Complete all training requirements for specific work areas.
• The ability to write English with good handwriting techniques and limited errors.
• Previous Aseptic cleaning experience.
• Familiarity in pharmaceuticals, bio-research, semiconductor, medical device manufacturing cleanroom facilities.
• High School/GED preferred.
• Higher education preferred in consideration for advancement.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
• Cleaning technicians must understand and be able to mix chemicals properly and understand the dwell time for all chemicals.
• Apply chemicals to floors, ceilings, walls, fixtures in conjunction with the proper cleaning equipment such as Mops, cloths, sponges, etc.
• Sweep and mop tile floors.
• Vacuum mats inside and outside
• Dust horizontal surfaces.
• Empty trash cans.
• Clean glass doors and windows.
• Wipe clean all ledges, sills, and doors.
• Comply with the training requests to stay up to date.
• Be able to accurately make handwritten entries in facility log books
• Safety is of utmost importance: Hot Water for Injection (HWFI) and Water for Injection (WFI) are extremely hot lines raised to steam levels each night. Aseptic Cleaners must use caution and wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as safety shoes, safety glasses, breathing masks, rubber gloves around electrical equipment and proper clothing for the specific area in addition to cleanroom gowning.
• Vacuum cleaners and mop buckets are extremely heavy when full, so the use of proper lifting techniques for emptying must be followed.
• Walking surfaces may be wet, so caution and situational awareness must be used at all times.
• Work safely and notify your manager of potential safety hazards and near misses.