Origin: a Latin derivative
meaning "Gift of the Earth."
At doTERRA we encourage all employees to seek out opportunities that will expand their skill set. We strive to help achieve personal career goals by providing opportunities of growth and movement throughout the company.
Verifies and performs checks on cleaning processes as established in procedures pertaining to operation area before, during and after production.
Perform and documents room clearances; i.g. verify that equipment is clean and has corresponding clean tags, verify that room is clean, verifies that correct materials have been pulled for blending and refinement and are approved by QA.
Performs in-process-checks on raw blends and refinement projects.
Monitors the pre weighing process and activities in blending and performs blending/mixing clearance.
Responsible for inspecting, pulling samples of completed blends/refinement projects, labeling, and submitting the correct quantity of samples to QC for testing.
Responsible for obtaining retains samples, logging of samples and placement in storage.
Performs batch record review as outlined to the standard operating procedures.
Responsible for verifying cleaning procedures in glass and brittle plastic incidents and segregating any affected raw materials.
Responsible for monitoring Blood and Other Bodily Fluids Cleanup, according to written standard operating procedures.
Verifies calibration and performs scale verifications on equipment logs in clean suites.
Reports when blends or refined oils need deviations.
Works with and supports operation functions which involve quality.
Complies with FDA, cGMP and other requirements and enforcing adherence to requirements.
Responsible for monitoring and recording temperature controls throughout the clean suites.
Performs weekly sanitizer checks.
Add raw materials to the refine queue and transfers to and from plant locations with SAP
Sticker totes with QA approved/ release to refinement stickers after they have been released.
Scan PBR's and file them in the O-drive
1-2 years quality experience preferred.
Knowledge and experience with applicable FDA regulations and cGMP requirements required.
High School Diploma or GED required.
Attention to detail and organization of tasks and workloads.
Excellent communication skills in writing, listening, and responding with feedback.
Ability to multi-task, set priorities and manage time effectively
Critical thinking and problem-solving ability
An ability and a willingness to adapt to a changing work environment
An ability to work repetition
Long periods of standing
Must be able to handle moderate noise level(<75db)
Must be able to work in manufacturing environments (clean suites and warehouse)
We are currently accepting applications for this position.
doTERRA International, LLC. is committed to employing a diverse workforce. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, protected veteran status, or disability.