At Orion, many production employees work under the title of process operator. Below is a more detailed description of the tasks that a process operator’s job may involve.
A process operator in the inhalator department manufactures inhalable powders, supervises and operates filling lines, and takes care of the maintenance and preparation of the equipment and instruments. In the tablet department, tasks may include mass production, tableting, coating and operating production machinery. Process operators also work in the injection and Speciality Products departments, as well as in solution manufacturing, where the employee is responsible for the manufacturing process of each department’s product.
The duties of all process operators include documentation, process control, taking samples, quality control, preparation, installation and dismantling of equipment and instruments, cleaning operations and troubleshooting.
The job description of a process operator consists of different work stages, and titles describing these duties are given to the people carrying them out, which are presented below.
The duties of a mass preparer include the preparation of pharmaceutical masses using various types of equipment and processes, and the cleaning of equipment and instruments.
The duties of a tablet maker include pressing masses into tablets using modern tablet machines, as well as dismantling, cleaning and installing tablet machines.
The duties of a tablet coater include coating tablets with a drum coater.
The duties of a raw material weigher include weighing raw materials on various weighing stations or in an isolator and grinding.
An equipment technician is responsible for the cleaning, drying and checking the cleanliness of parts that are in contact with products.
The aim of a cream preparer is to use the manufacturing equipment to prepare emollient creams as well as medicinal creams, gels and solutions, promoting flexible production that is as efficient and disturbance-free as possible.
Most of our departments in different locations also have their own packaging and warehousing operations. You can read more about these job descriptions below.
A packaging line mechanic/operator and packer has full responsibility for the operation of the packaging line. You can work on packaging lines in our different departments and locations. The varied role includes controlling the operation of the line, which involves installations, keeping the line running and helping to solve any problems that may arise. Duties include documentation, process control, quality control, cleaning operations and responding to incidents.
Warehouse employees are responsible for a variety of varied tasks in the warehouse that involve responsibility, such as receiving material, shelving, collecting for packaging operations and dispatching.
As a production employee at Orion’s subsidiary Fermion, you can work under the title of process operator.
As a process operator at Fermion you are responsible for the management and supervision of chemical processes. Your duties include operating and cleaning both manual and automated production machines, as well as recording the work stages and quality control.
Are you interested in working as a production employee in our pharmaceutical plant and being involved in building well-being?
You can submit your application on our Open vacancies page.