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Compounder - 2nd Shift

Company: Medline Industries Inc
Location: Racine
Posted on: January 27, 2023

Job Description:

Primary Location: US-WI-HartlandDescriptionDescription WHO WE ARE: Medline is the largest privately held manufacturer and distributor of medical supplies uniquely positioned to provide products, education and support across the continuum of care. Our ability to bring best practices from one care setting to another - from large healthcare systems and independent physician practices to home health patients and their families, is what sets us apart. To learn more about our company, check out the following link! https://www.Medline.Com/pages/about-us/our-company/We are now hiring for a Compounder for 2nd shift. A Compounder is responsible for chemical blending of batches to support production lines within the facilities.JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:Chemical Blending of production batches from batch record.Pre-weighs material for batching.Adding raw materials from 55 gallon drums and computer additions.Meet Production Schedule and performance metrics.Sanitize production tanks and lines.Assist with incoming bulk tankers / raw materials.QualificationsQUALIFICATIONS :EDUCATION:High School Diploma or equivalent.ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:1+ year of previous compounding/mixing/blending of batches.Read, write and understand the English language.Basic math skills including fractional/decimal equations.Must be able to stand for an entire shift.Must have the ability to lift, reach, squat, push and pull.Requires lifting of objects up to 50 lbs.Willing to work in warm and cold environments.Must be able to operate a forklift, both sit down and standing.

Keywords: Medline Industries Inc, Racine , Compounder - 2nd Shift, Other , Racine, Wisconsin

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