Abbott is a global healthcare leader that helps people live more fully at all stages of life. Our portfolio of life-changing technologies spans the spectrum of healthcare, with leading businesses and products in diagnostics, medical devices, nutritionals and branded generic medicines. Our 103,000 colleagues serve people in more than 160 countries.
Performs facility cleaning and support required for manufacturing and research environment at Abbott Lake County. Requires adherence to quality and regulatory requirements (as referenced in GMP's, SOP's, DEA, OSHA, DEP and Abbott standards). Performs regulated cleaning procedures in the following area types on a daily basis: production laboratories, manufacturing support laboratories, research laboratories, and common support areas such as lavatories, office area and break rooms for the above mentioned areas.
Based on the housekeeping needs in a specific area, the following tasks may be performed on a daily basis.
Required to perform cross contamination cleaning methods in areas that contain radioactive or biohazardous materials or areas that require microbial control.
Required to prepare radioactive and biohazard housekeeping equipment for autoclaving or disposal.
Prepares floor and wall mops for autoclaving used in microbial controlled areas.
Monitor waste for radioactive contamination and identify biohazardous waste.
Pick and dispose of cold waste from production laboratories, manufacturing support laboratories, research laboratories, and common support areas.
Required to complete GMP documentation attestation logs, work orders, training documents.
Required to operate hand held electronic documentation unit (when applicable) to complete GMP documentation.
Prepares cleaning solutions based on GMP regulated mixing instructions.
Performs microbial control cleaning techniques on walls, ceiling and floors based on GMP regulated cleaning frequencies and guidelines.
Completes preventive maintenance work orders to meet GMP cleaning requirements.
Operate various types of wet/dry battery and electric equipment.
Operate various types of electric and battery type walk behind or ride-on floor scrubbers, sweepers and burnishers.
Perform preventive maintenance on housekeeping equipment such as:
battery maintenance, squeegee adjustments, air pressure checks, filters checks.
Support various recycling programs to include but not limited to: glass, paper, corrugate and plastic by staging and preparing for transportation.
Operate bailing and compacting equipment.
The duties listed above cover the most significant jobs performed but not exclude the occasional duties not mentioned.
Background: Must be able to read and comprehend written information to include Corporate Quality Documents, Cross Divisional Operating Procedures &, Safety Guidelines, Departmental Basic Operating Procedures &, Safety Guidelines and Operating Instructions. Must be able to complete accurate and legible written records in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices when documenting work performed, (room attestations, work orders, cleaning logs) auditable by regulatory agencies. Must be able to operate a computer to complete required compliance/technical training, to download daily work instructions to hand held computer and document work performed, then sync back into the CMMS for GMP review and archiving. Education: High School diploma or equivalent is required, candidate must complete initial training course provided by LC Housekeeping prior to working in regulated environments at Abbott Lake County site.
This is a second shift opportunity.