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Requisition Number 19-0226
Post Date 9/17/2019
Title Compounding Manager
City Orangeburg
State NY
Description Driven by a commitment to research, quality and service, PDI, Inc. provides innovative products, educational resources, training and support to prevent infection transmission and promote health and wellness. Encompassing 3 areas, our Healthcare, Sani Professional and Contract manufacturing divisions, we develop, manufacture and distribute leading edge products for North America and the world.

We have several locations across the US and are looking for new Associates to join our team!


Supervise compounders and material handlers for New York operations. Responsible for preparation of liquid batches for use in the manufacturing process.


Supervise Team Leaders and maintenance technicians in operating of compounding room
Ensure batches are manufactured to specifications under Current Good Manufacturing Practices
Responsible for departmental requirements from daily production schedule in support of multiple line/product operation
Hire, Train and counsel compounding staff
Operate and monitor Purified Water system
Ensure compliance with safety regulations
Recommend/specify mixing equipment including tanks, agitators, pumps and meters.
Purchase and maintain department supplies
Maintain documentation required for CGMPs
Responsible for maintenance of hazardous waste accumulation
Maintain chemical inventory
Responsible for pilot plant batch preparation
Troubleshoot batching problems

1. Schedule attainment/OEE
2. Waste/Scrap data
3. Audit observations

B.S. in Engineering or equivalent work experience.

Must have general knowledge of processing equipment principles.
Basic understanding of electronics.

Five to ten years supervising technical processing activities in a mechanically intense operation.
Prior experience in water systems, processing equipment operation, maintenance, calibration, and purchasing required.

SKILLS/ABILITIES: Ability to excel in a fast paced, 24 hour environment. Strong team building skills required.
Ability to hire, train, and evaluate performance of reports


NONE: May work around hazardous chemicals. Wearing of PPE may be required



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