New Albany, Ohio Blending/Weighing Operator -Technician I(NIGHTS)

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  • Requisition Number R7083
  • Full Time Full time
  • Shift Regular
  • Area of Interest Manufacturing Production, Processing & Assembly
  • Location New Albany, Ohio


Working at Pharmavite is an experience like no other. With a focus on complete nutrition for all, each endeavor is urgent and every day counts. You'll have the opportunity to work on the #1 selling national vitamin and supplement brand, Nature Made, as well as an exciting portfolio of other products that are shaping the future of the healthy living industry. Consumer-driven innovation, high quality products and a promising portfolio, all driven by a team with a shared sense of purpose -- that's Pharmavite. Join us to bring the gift of health to life.

Blending/Weighing Operator -Technician I(NIGHTS)

New Albany, Ohio

Position Summary

The Technician I is responsible for the safe and efficient execution of their job duties while living out Pharmavite's Operating Values. In this role, the Technician I, performs all functions relating to operations area, including running and adjusting equipment, changeover, start-up, shutdown, material handling, and maintenance. This role involves learning and developing self to take on additional duties, expand their capabilities and enhance personal skills and become a broad contributor throughout the business unit.


Performs work associated with safe operation of various manufacturing equipment, depending on specialization of process and/or materials used. This function includes applying training used to monitor equipment parameters (meters, gauges, valves, flow ratios, temperatures, pressures, and related controls) and guidelines to ensure adherence to production/process and quality specifications meeting Operational Excellence requirements.

         Performs all required housekeeping (5S), cleaning, and sanitation. Complies with all cGMP standards in completing all necessary documentation practices, and performing quality control checks.

Performs critical control checks throughout the operation, resolves and/or escalate issues related to safety, quality compliance, and equipment status or support needed to leaders.

         Utilizes, understands, and communicates production information to manage daily operations (MDI Boards, electronic platforms, etc.).

         Safely operates material handling equipment, electric hand trucks; walk along pallet lifts, hoist, and other equipment as needed.

         Masters all technical systems required in role.

         Identifies and resolves common or frequent equipment issues including troubleshooting and equipment adjustments with minimal resource assistance.

         Performs required changeovers and setups with minimal assistance to include changeover parts cleaning and inspecting before each changeover, reviewing changeover checklist, assisting in setup and start-up of each piece of equipment, and supports equipment/line.

         Completes required training and assist in training of others.

         Performs other related duties as assigned to support business needs.

Minimum Qualifications


HS Diploma or equivalent education and experience/knowledge.


Must have or be able to complete PIT (Powered Industrial Trucks) certification training.


Minimum of 2 years of related experience and successful completion of the Pharmavite Technician Program.


         Application of basic math skills, to include addition, multiplication, and division to calculate and adjust equipment, calculate parameters, and quality control measures and the ability to do conversions and understand decimal placement according to requirements with use of electronic device.

         Demonstrated and working knowledge of regulated health, sanitation, and safety requirements.

         Physical ability to discern varieties of color, weights, flavor, and general appearance of product

         Knowledge of cGMP’s, basic safety practices in an industrial environment, and familiarity with production goals and executing performance objectives.

Ability to solve problems with equipment, and escalates when assistance is needed.

         Ability to perform routine preventive maintenance on equipment through regular inspections and completing assigned preventive maintenance work orders including replaces parts to minimize loss of production

         Computer literate, able to use Microsoft applications and Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES).

         Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment and with continuous change initiatives.

Ability to read and comprehend written instructions and communicate standard operating procedures, good manufacturing practices, safety practices and manufacturing standards ensuring accurate product count and correct labels for orders are used.

         Self-starter with the initiative to understand and learn additional operations. Flexibility to change work assignments, departments, and shift as needed based on business need.

Physical Requirements 

Stands and/or walks for the full work shift, may have restricted flexibility to move from their stations unless relieved by others.  Performs repetitive job duties.  Intermittently lifts and or moves loads unassisted of up to 40 pounds and over 40 pounds with the use of pallet jacks (manual or powered), two person lift, or other mechanical aids. Pulls/pushes boxes of product on/offline and/or pallets using pallet jack, hoists etc. Manual dexterity to operate equipment controls, production containers on a production line, and hand tools to assemble/disassemble parts of equipment and address quality variations. Required to walk up and down stairs and rolling platform with handrails. Role may include bending and scooping large quantities of products from the container and dumping into hopper above the head. 


Constant exposure to noise levels loud enough to require employees to wear hearing protection. Warm temperature levels, fumes, vibration, dust, etc., sufficient to cause minor discomfort.  Operating conditions may vary by department and area. Employee is required to wear all PPE, i.e., protective eye wear, hearing protection, hair net, safety shoes, uniforms, etc. for assigned department.  


Incumbents must be able to perform this job safely by following standard operating procedures and good manufacturing practices without endangering the health or safety of themself or others.

Supervisory Responsibilities

Minimal – may be required for training purposes.


Here, career paths aren't predefined, and bureaucratic limitations don't exist -- you have the opportunity to grow, learn from industry pioneers, and develop the way you want to. Pharmavite is investing more in the development of our team -- to help us deliver on our purpose and help you achieve your career aspirations. Our environment is geared to fuel curiosity, encourage experimentation, and generate learning as this is the way we develop ourselves and our organization.

Pharmavite is committed to meeting the needs of our employees and their families with a Total Rewards package that's as comprehensive as the vitamins and supplements we deliver to consumers. With competitive compensation programs and standout benefits, we provide employees with optimal health and well-being -- as well as peace of mind. These rewards -- plus our new recognition program -- ensure employees feel supported both at work and home.

Annual Pay

Annual Pay Range

$35,568.00 - $53,608.00

This represents the minimum and maximum base salary range for this role, plus annual incentive. Various elements are used to determine a candidate’s starting salary such as job experience, specific skills, and comparison to internal incumbents currently in the role.  This information is provided to applicants in accordance with state and local laws.

Pharmavite provides compensation for all overtime hours worked by non-exempt (hourly) employees in accordance with state and federal law. The need to work overtime hours will be determined by management, based on customer and business necessity to meet the needs of our business, Pharmavite may require employees to work overtime.

Voluntary overtime requested by non-exempt employees must be approved in advance by the employee’s supervisor.

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Pharmavite is an equal employment and affirmative action employer F/M/Disability/Vet/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to their protected veteran or disabled status, or any protected status. We do not discriminate in employment based on race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or any other basis covered by applicable law. All employment is decided based on qualifications, merit, and business need.


The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications of employees assigned to this job.


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