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Compounder II

Allied Reliability, Inc.

This is a Contract position in Los Angeles, CA posted May 9, 2022.

Overview: The Compounder II will ensure quality and quantity of products by operating machines that blend chemicals to specified standards as per instructions on the batch sheet.

Make adjustments to batch as directed by QC Lab, and perform transactions on ERP System Responsibilities: Assemble raw materials associated for each product batchStart and complete product batch according to formulaSubmit samples to the Lab for approvalMake adjustments if needed and ensure accurate documentationMaintain required logs and other batch records accurately and completelyPerform duties in compliance with company safety rules, SOP’s and GMP’sWork with compounder III to gain the necessary skills to make alcohol product batchesLI-RG1MON Qualifications: High School graduate or GED.

Must have proven ability to read, write, and communicate in English.Complete in-house Compounder II certification process or equivalent experience to batch more complex formulas.2 to 4 years compounding experience in the Personal Care Industry.

Experience in a regulatory environment (OTC Products) strongly preferred.General knowledge of the equipment (RPM for mixer, cooling and heating pumps, heat exchanger, and filters).Ability to operate forklift, pallet jack and drum lifter to transport raw materials and finished products.Experience with the cleaning and sanitization process of all manufacturing and/or compounding equipment a plus.Must know color matching plus emulsification chemistry.Ability to do basic math which includes but is not limited to, additions, subtraction, division, multiplication, and percentages.Must be able to convert weight measurements, and use different kinds of scales.