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  • February 14, 2019 8:38 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Supervise the QC Chemistry Department in agreement with all regulatory requirements. Drive quality improvements of products and processes through active participation in interdepartmental areas. Supervise the QC Chemistry laboratory for in-process, finished product, customer complaint and stability samples for all products manufactured at Bausch + Lomb. Assume the responsibility for the GMP, ISO and Environmental Health and Safety procedure awareness and compliance within the respective areas. Primary back-up for QC Chemistry Lab Manager.


    1. Responsible for the supervision and development of all personnel within the QC Chemistry. 
    2. Responsible for the GMP compliance of all functions and processes of the QC Chemistry department and drive continuous improvement.
    3. Back-up role in the transfer of analytical methods and specifications from new products from R&D and CM to QC Chemistry.
    4. Provide analytical testing expertise including oversight and guidance for site engineering, R&D and CM projects and investigations.
    5. Project Management for QC Chemistry departmental projects.
    6. Review, generation and approval of analytical investigations (LIRs) and non-conformances (NCs).
    7. Responsible for the compliance of the supervised individuals to the company training policies for the QC Chemistry Department.
    8. Evaluate and upgrade lab equipment, instruments and software, capacity and efficiency.

    9. Review/approve validation and qualification protocols. Write/review/approve SOPs.

    10. Engage team to identify and implement actions to improve on-time delivery, improve right first time, and improve process efficiency.
    11. Assume the responsibility for the GMP, ISO and Environmental Health and Safety procedure awareness and compliance within the respective area.


    Education: BS or MS degree in Chemistry / Biology or related scientific discipline.

    Experience: 7-10 years of laboratory work experience of which at least 3-5 years must be in the supervisory role.

    Skills: Must have demonstrated expertise and knowledge of laboratory equipment, Method Development, validation and tech transfer. 

    Other Skills: Must be able to work and solve problems independently as well as part of a team. Able to take on additional duties as required in the team environment. Should have a working knowledge of MS Word and MS Excel.

    Apply Here:  www.bauschhealth.com/careers 

  • February 14, 2019 8:36 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Shift coordination of Manufacturing activities. Maintain a technical understanding sufficient to provide front-line instruction for production issues.  Assume responsibility for the GMP, environmental health and safety procedure awareness, and compliance within the respective area. Support OpEx initiatives, efficiency, and continuous improvement.


    • Personnel Supervision. Supervise personnel in support of Compounding and Aseptic Prep activities in the pursuit of daily excellence. Assign work to manufacturing personnel. Coordinate the daily workflow with Group Leaders from other shifts.
    • Production Scheduling. Work directly with the Planning Department in development of the production schedule. Identify equipment and personnel requirements and provide solutions for constraints. Coordinate shift activities and facilitate the transfer of activities between shifts. Communicate with internal customers as frequently as required. Coordinate and escalate equipment issues with appropriate technical resources.
    • Personnel Training and Development. Oversees technical training of personnel. Mentors new personnel in behaviors and job expectations. Engages in the identification of training plan based on business needs.  Reports progress to the Team Leader. Participates in development of training plan. Ensures SOP’s are read; provides technical SOP training.
    • Compliance. Understands and enforces daily area compliance in safety/EHS procedures, GMP, and SOP/batch record adherence. Audits area compliance. Evaluates quality performance with the Team Leader and/or Manufacturing Quality Assurance.
    • Operator Substitution. Perform manufacturing compounding and/or aseptic prep operator functions when necessary.
    • Projects. Participate on project teams and R&D projects. Coordinate new product Process Validation and Cleaning Validation activities. Attend GMP training sessions as scheduled.  Represent Manager in project meetings.  Serve as leader of Operational Excellence Projects.  Support OpEx and WISE OWLS initiatives. 
    • Documentation. Review area documentation including batch records and logbooks as necessary.


    5+ years of sterile pharmaceutical experience. Understanding of compounding, aseptic prep, aseptic filling or packaging including batch preparation, general CIP/SIP, sterilization and cleaning principles.  Proven experience leading people, Multi–tasking, and risk assessments.

    Special Skills:

    Excellent math skills, detail oriented, good communication skills and leadership abilities. Mechanical aptitude to understand principle of operation of various compounding and aseptic prep equipment, self-initiative. Customer service. Ability to work with multiple technical and business disciplines. Understand and apply general chemical, microbiological, and engineering/physics principles. Makes sound business decisions. Must have a general understanding of “why” activities are performed as a daily tool in making sound decisions and troubleshooting problems. Good written and verbal skills. Computer skills (email, word processing, basic spreadsheet). Makes decisions based on data when possible.   

    Apply Here:   www.bauschhealth.com/careers 

  • February 14, 2019 8:31 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Coordinates the production activities for filling and packaging lines.  Operates filling and packaging equipment.  Receives direction from Team Leader on production plan.  This position requires Aseptic Gowning certification (where applicable), QC certification, ERPLx certification, Visual Inspection certification, and Line Clearance/LOTO certification.  Evaluates quality issues with the QC Team Leader.  Assumes responsibility for the GMP, ISO, environmental health and safety procedure awareness, and compliance within the respective area.  Participates in improvements for material variance, quality indicators, and line efficiencies.  Provides feedback to team leaders regarding associate performance and behaviors.


    1. Assigns tasks for manufacturing operations and support associates. Coordinates and performs the set-up and changeover of manufacturing equipment.  Verifies component readiness, line clearances, and product returns.  Maintains equipment and line cleanliness and compliance (audits).      
    2. Operates filling and packaging equipment for the manufacturing of drug product.
    3. Completes all documentation accurately (review batch records/ERPLx transactions).
    4. Performs initial and ongoing training and development of associates.


    Education: HS Diploma/GED required or BA/S preferred.

    Experience: 3 to 7 years in pharmaceutical/FDA regulated facility or related field; experience in leadership positions preferred. Previous filling and packaging manufacturing experience required.  

    Qualifications: Leadership experience preferred.  Basic math skills, detail oriented, excellent communication skills and demonstrated leadership ability.  Ability to effectively work with different department supervisors.   Ability to operate manufacturing equipment.  Strong knowledge of the manufacturing process as well as manufacturing performance and financial attributes such as material variance, yield, and efficiencies.   

    Apply Here:  www.bauschhealth.com/careers

  • February 14, 2019 8:24 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Job Description

    Responsible for operating manufacturing equipment ensuring target line rates are met. Performs initial troubleshooting and diagnose operational issues. Assist other resources when highly technical issues are addressed.


    1. Responsible for operating manufacturing equipment ensuring target line rates are met. Also responsible to perform line cleaning and clearing, equipment disinfection, predictive maintenance, initial problem assessment for equipment issues, minor adjustments and repairs, load components during run, documentation, provides operational training to other employees. Ensures production areas cleaned and organized to prevent cross – contamination and product related problems. 2. Assist during change over, set up, PMs, major adjustments and repairs, parts design and fabrication, technical training, shutdown planning and projects, generation of work orders and maintenance of spare parts inventory / retrieval and housekeeping of aseptic parts storage area. 3. This position requires Aseptic Gowning certification (where applicable). Assume responsibility for the cGMP, ISO, EHS compliance within the respective area. Uses production metrics to drive process improvements and enhance productivity, QC, Visual Inspection, and Line Clearance/LOTO certification needed. 4. Completes all documentation accurately Support OpEX initiatives.


    HS Diploma/GED required or AD preferred Ability to operate manufacturing equipment and perform minor troubleshooting and machine adjustments. Good math and writing skills. Detail orientated with excellent communication skills and quality conscious. Able to work quickly and under pressure.

    Apply Here:  www.bauschhealth.com/careers

  • February 14, 2019 8:16 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Material Handling - provide components, raw materials, labels (Kits) to manufacturing and bring finished goods and returns to the warehouse.  Handle all waste materials (hazardous and non-hazardous)

    Staging/Prep Material Handling - Prepare components and handle returns for the Core.

    Insert Folding - Run the insert folding machine operation.


    1. Material Handling - Operate pallet jack, motorized pallet jack, sit down forklift, high lift and stretch wrapper. Rocon activities/ trash removal. Tray making. Computer entries (Erplx, PeopleSoft, BPICS).
    2. Scanner use. Delivering kits to the lines. Setting up lines. Deliver finished goods to the warehouse.  Follow cooler procedures. Entries into Filling and Packaging batch records.
    3. Component Breakdown Material Handling - Schedule status and priority setting. Transfer components to CNC area.
    4. Checking release status, Labeling Bags. Proper use of pass through into controlled areas. Cleaning of Staging area. Extra Components to Staging. Processing Returns.
    5. Insert Folding- Run the insert folding operation including cleaning, set up, line clearance, minor maintenance, accountability procedures, and computer entries.


    High School Diploma.

    6 hours of GMP/ISO training, Compliance Wire Training, support OpEx and Wise Owl initiatives.

    Specialized Training: Ability to pass FDOH compliance training.

    Pallet Jack, Motorized Pallet Jack, Sit Down Forklift, High Lift Forklift, and Stretch Wrapper.

    Must be able to read, write and speak English and possess basic math skills.

    Apply Here:  www.bauschhealth.com/careers 

  • February 14, 2019 8:13 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    This is a 2nd shift position with possible shift rotation based on business need. 

    Perform routine testing for release of raw materials, and R&D products.  Perform Environmental and Utility Monitoring in aseptic areas.


    • Perform routine assays for endotoxin and bioburden, on various finished products and/or raw materials.
    • Perform testing in conjunction with laboratory investigations.
    • Perform environmental and utility monitoring. Perform testing in support of facility Validation activities.
    • Support OpEx and WISE OWLS initiatives. Read/Record all pertinent data on the appropriate forms or computer system.
    • All other duties as assigned


    Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Experience in computer operation and basis word processing programs. Ability to communicate and work well with others; good oral and written skills. Excellent aseptic technique.  Familiar with microbiological testing techniques concerning product testing.

    Tools and equipment used: Computer, phone, copier, fax, autoclave, scale, dishwasher, cleaning supplies and equipment, media/solution preparation Equipment, lab equipment as necessary.

    High School Diploma or B.S. (Biology, Microbiology or related experience.)

    Must be able to read, write and speak English and possess basic math skills.

    Apply Here:  www.bauschhealth.com/careers 

  • February 14, 2019 8:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    JOB LOCATION:  Tampa, FL

    This is a 3rd shift position (11:00pm-7:30am) with some overtime required per business need


    Troubleshoot, repair, and perform preventative Maintenance to aseptic, non-sterile filling, and packaging equipment in an aseptic and non-sterile environment. Specialize in automation system upgrades and repairs on PLC, controllers. Provides training to SUM related to PLC and electronic systems. Set up and operate the filling equipment during manufacturing lot/batch runs as needed. This position requires Aseptic Gowning certification and SUM certification. Assume responsibility for GMP, ISO, EHS procedure awareness, and compliance within the respective area. Tracks and improves material variance, quality indicators, and line efficiencies.


    Operates and maintains filling line equipment as needed especially related to automation. Ensures all filling line equipment is properly set­ up and maintained at all times.  Maintain production area as to prevent cross­ contamination and sterility issues.

    Installs and troubleshoots new equipment as needed related to automation. Requires access/presence in the aseptic environment. Works with equipment technicians to implement new/upgraded systems. Evaluates existing systems for improvement. Writes programming (ladder logic) for new systems and current system upgrades (Siemens, Allen Bradley, etc.)

    Provide training on automation projects and upgrades.

    Performs preventative maintenance, repairs, and line set-up in an efficient and effective manner.

    Implements programs to standardize and Minimize and machine downtime.

    Support Operational Excellence and EHS&S initiatives. All other duties as assigned.

    Position is part of "on-call" Maintenance Team (24/7).


    High School plus Specialized/Technical Coursework


    5 - 10 years pharmaceutical/FDA regulated facility or related field. Proficiency in computer based maintenance program. General understanding of PLC/HMI. Knowledgeable in proficiently operating filling/packaging equipment. Able to work quickly and under pressure. Good documentation skills. Must be detail oriented and quality conscious. Good team oriented and excellent communication skills. Must be able to read, write and speak English and possess basic math skills.


    Working at Bausch + Lomb, a division of Bausch Health Companies, Inc.

    You have the opportunity to contribute to enhancing the health and well-being of people around the world.  Our success comes from the diverse, high-performing employees of Bausch + Lomb.  We have a strong belief that the company’s success coincides with the achievement of personal and professional goals. We are a progressive, exciting place to work – a place where opportunities exist for new and current employees.


    Benefits of working at Bausch + Lomb:

    • Individual training program to learn your new responsibilities
    • Career growth through expanded responsibilities, promotions and new positions
    • Medical, Dental, Eye Health, Disability and Life Insurance begins on your hire date
    • 401K Plan with company match and ongoing company contribution
    • Paid time off – vacation, floating holidays and sick time
    • Employee stock purchase Plan with company match
    • Ongoing performance feedback and annual compensation review

    Apply Here:  www.bauschhealth.com/careers

  • February 14, 2019 8:06 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    1st – M-F, 7am-3:30pm

    2nd – M-F, 3:30pm-11pm

    3rd – M-F 11pm-7:30am


    To operate filling equipment. Inspect product for defects and package product. This position requires Aseptic Gowning certification, Visual Inspection certification and Line Clearance certification. Assume responsibility for the GMP, ISO, environmental health and safety procedure awareness and compliance within respective area. Tracks and improves material variance, quality indicators and line efficiencies.


    • Operates fill line equipment; makes minor adjustments in fill line equipment
    • Ensures that product is processed within specification
    • Clean, clears and disinfect filling lines. Operates within GMPs, ISO, SOP and FDA guidelines
    • Maintains the production area as to prevent contamination
    • Proper completion of documentation at time of execution
    • Support OpEx and EHS&S initiatives
    • All other duties as assigned


    High School Diploma. Quality conscious, some general knowledge of machinery and aseptic technique.

    Apply Here:  www.bauschhealth.com/careers

  • February 14, 2019 8:01 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    3rd Shift-Wed.-Sat.

    Operation and repair of utility equipment, including performing preventative maintenance, emergencies, troubleshooting, passivation’s, plant shutdown, support equipment inspections, routine monitoring, cleaning, painting of equipment in utility areas, working with contractors, and project engineers as needed.


    1.    Responsible for utility equipment such as but not limited to: boilers, chillers, pumps, hot water systems, compressors, pure steam generators, vacuum system, high purity water systems, reverse osmosis units, vapor compression stills, HVAC systems, waste water system, city water systems, and ancillary equipment.

    2.    Process daily work orders, which includes troubleshooting, repairing and upgrading the production and facility equipment.

    3.    Preventative Maintenance (PM’s) performed as assigned per scheduled on equipment.

    4.    Perform mechanical and electrical repairs on Utility equipment.

    5.    Enter data into computerized maintenance management system as needed to support documentation of activities.

    6.    Supporting contractors and project engineers as time is available.

    7.    Perform routing water testing of systems.

    8.    Perform annual and semi-annual maintenance during plant shutdowns, support projects as needed.

    9.    Perform passivation’s as needed.

    10.  Ability to work with potentially hazardous chemicals.

    11.  Respond to alarms or issues and address them as they come in from the Utility computer systems.

    12.  Clean, paint as needed, and keep Utility areas cleaned and organized.

    13.  Issue work orders and purchase orders as needed to support maintaining the equipment in a reliable state.

    14.  Maintain GMP and SOP training compliance.

    15.  Support LASER and WISE OWLS initiatives. All other duties as assigned.

    16.  Assume responsibility for the GMP, regulatory agency compliance, environment health and safety procedure awareness, compliance within the respective area.


    · Forklift/high lift/JLG Certification may be required.

    · Confined space entry is required.

    · Respiratory qualification is required.

    · Logical approach to troubleshooting and repair of equipment.

    · Good organizational skills, able to work quickly and under pressure.

    · Good verbal and written communication skills.

    · Must be detailed oriented and quality conscious.

    · Must be able to respond to emergencies.

    · Computer skills; Microsoft Office, Word.

    · Mechanics tools, calipers and welder, etc.

    Apply Here  www.bauschhealth.com/careers 

  • February 14, 2019 7:58 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    Compounding of sterile and non-sterile finished products. This position requires Rinse Water Certification, Aseptic Gowning Certification, Physical, Respirator Certification, Lock-out/Tag-out Certification, Confined Space training, and Cleanroom Certification. Assumes responsibility for the GMP, ISO, environmental health and safety procedure awareness, and compliance within the respective area.


    1.    Perform non-sterile and aseptic compounding activities per batch record documentation. Must be able to compound Level 1 batches proficiently (simple sterile solutions and simple non-sterile   solutions). Document information correctly in batch records, CAMS (operator access level), and area logbooks. Review and verify batch record entries. Assist compounding of Level 2 and 3 batches.

    2.    Prepare major and miscellaneous compounding equipment for use. Clean equipment as necessary and perform rinse water testing. Assist in the sterilization (non-aseptic) process.

    3.    Perform filter integrity testing. Prepare filters per compounding schedule.

    4.    Perform daily and weekly scale calibration checks. Weigh materials not already pre-weighed and staged for the batch.

    5.    Clean, disinfect and maintain the compounding area.

    6.    Review new and revised procedures in a timely fashion. Support OpEx initiative. Perform WISE OWLS observations. Maintain GMP hours and EHS training. All other duties as assigned.


    High School Diploma

    Excellent math skills. Detail oriented. Good communication skills. Mechanical aptitude. Self-initiative.

    Apply Here:  www.bauschhealth.com/careers 

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