Pfizer Manufacturing Technician I in United States


A Technician I is accountable for executing operating steps on batches of products utilizing the proper equipment and following instructions defined in applicable safety policies, procedures and Batch Production Records in either electronic or paper format and follows the instruction of the supervisor and/or Team Leader The operating steps include; cleaning, set-up as well as the operation of multiple pieces of equipment located within a designated work center. Technician I position is a beginning level position for someone who is gaining knowledge and experience with multiple pieces of equipment. This position is expected to perform multiple (some non-routine) tasks.


  • Applies safety policies and GMP knowledge in daily operations involving self and other team members (i.e. PPE utilization, housekeeping, good documentation practices, cross batch prevention, etc.)

  • Expected to have general knowledge of basic function of operating the equipment.

  • Perform setup of selected equipment.

  • Performs all necessary entries for consumption of raw materials.

  • Perform necessary process checks and enter it into a validated system.

  • Perform cleaning of equipment and general area as per respective SOP(s).

  • Performs Operator Care functions

  • Perform the Shiftly Critical Cleaning and Lube standards to the equipment and enter the shiftily centerlines that are required for the area.

  • Basic troubleshooting on manufacturing equipment and instruments.

  • Participates actively in process improvements projects.

  • Exhibits Pfizer's values and works in a team environment to accomplish individual / team goals in the manufacture of products.

  • Exercises judgment to complete assigned tasks, follows instructions of the Team Leader, and operates under the direction of the Supervisor.

  • Perform the monthly CIL/PMs on time and close the PMs in EAMS.


Education: High school diploma

Experience: 0-1 year experience required

Knowledge of:

  • Working knowledge of GMP's and SOP's

  • Basic Math skills

  • Mechanical Knowledge

  • Computer skills

  • Problem solving skills (problem identification, analysis, creativity, application of corrective action)

  • Interpersonal skills that are compatible in an environment of teamwork

  • Good verbal and written communication skills

  • Some heavy lifting may be required periodically

  • Physical Skills: Operating facility is composed multiple levels and confined spaces

  • Able to follow instructions without strict supervision

  • Detailed training in SOP's, Safety Standards, Manufacturing Processes and GMP's

  • Line changeovers


  • Physical Demands: Considerable standing, walking, climbing of stairs and ladders, lifting and light to medium lifting.

  • Wearing safety equipment.

  • Work Environment: Must work near moving mechanical parts. The noise level in the work environment may be loud.


  • 7 day with 12 hour shifts work schedule.

EEO & Employment Eligibility

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Other Job Details:

  • Last Date to Apply for Job: 6/27/2018

  • Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus

Pfizer is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable equal employment opportunity legislation in each jurisdiction in which it operates.