Clinical Supply Services Returns Associate
Kansas City, MO
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- Title: Clinical Supply Services Returns Associate I
- Location: Kansas City, MO
- Industry: Pharmaceutical
- Hours: Monday Friday 6AM to 4PM. Some opportunities for weekend OT, would not be 10 hours on the weekend if it was worked.
- Salary: $15hr (Paid Weekly - Benefits Available)
- Employment Type: 2 Month Contract
The Kansas City Clinical Supply Services Returns Associate will provide support for clinical trial projects through the processing of clinical medications for returns and destruction and ensuring that all work is carried out is in compliance with regulatory requirements, good manufacturing practices (cGMP) and standard operating procedures (SOPs). Although the main focus is in Returned Goods and Destruction, this position will also support other areas of operation as needed and as requested in order to support the needs of the business.
Follow safety and manual handling guidelines
Accurately receive, sort, and store clinical return shipments as per SOP
Clean associated processing area in compliance with SOPs
Complete documentation in compliance with SOPs and cGMP
Work with the Senior Returns Operator to complete verification of material for destruction
Ensure work consistently meets targeted productivity goals
Other duties as assigned
Minimum Education and Experience:
Requirements High School Diploma or equivalent
Warehouse/ inventory background preferred but not required. Attention to detail is the important thing here. Verifying the numbers on the containers by correctly reading them out loud to be documented