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The Donor Receiving Technician is responsible for properly receiving, inspecting, storing, and recording of inbound donor material, as well as receipt, verification and reconciliation of donor procurement cultures from the recovery agencies. This position is responsible for ensuring accurate documentation and consistent labeling between tissues, procurement cultures and accompanying paperwork for every donor received, and rectifying labeling/documentation errors through communication with the recovery agencies. They must utilize electronic systems, such as ERP, AlloTrak, bar code scanners, production schedules, and document management systems, to accurately record and verify transactions and complete electronic documentation of culture reconciliation.   Essential Duties and Responsibilities: - Receive incoming donor material and procurement cultures and record receipt in assigned ERP and Smart Solve Electronic Receiving Form - Inspect donor material for accuracy and/or damage and disposition material accordingly - Reconcile procurement cultures to donor material and utilize electronic system to document the reconciliation - Verify and reconcile documentation accompanying donors and procurement cultures, and manage communication with agencies regarding correction, when necessary - Properly label and stage/store incoming donor material - Properly label and stage procurement cultures for transfer to sample submission location within AlloSource - Execute all inventory transactions to assure accurate inventory levels and counts which includes appropriate use of bins, warehousing and storage conditions based on inventory type - Conduct cycle count activities as directed by Supervisor - Management of whole donor and reconciliation - Perform discard and Quarantine of inventory activities, as necessary - Manage receipt and documentation of RMA tissue - Adhere to and promote proper practices and techniques which are consistent with current operating procedures, training requirements, safety practices and company policies.   Requirements: - High School Diploma or equivalent. - 6 months experience receiving and inspecting incoming inventory within a manufacturing or warehouse environment. - Experience working with ERP and barcoding systems - Proficiency in Microsoft Applications, specifically Excel, Word and Outlook   Preferred Experience: - AATB Certification - Previous experience in a Regulated, Biotech, or Manufacturing Industry related to inventory management.     Physical Requirements:  - Lift up to 45 lbs (10lbs continuously), bend, stand, twist, push, pull, manual dexterity, visual acuity, repetitive motion of wrist and shoulder. - Will be exposed to florescent lighting, dust, fumes, chemicals, biohazardous materials, Aseptic environment, working in confined spaces, wearing personal protective equipment, and sharp tools/instruments.     For consideration you must apply online, submit a current resume and meet the minimum requirements.  All offers are contingent upon a background check, drug screen and other contingencies may apply depending upon the position. Candidates within a 50 mile radius of the hiring zip code may receive first consideration. If you require special accommodations, please contact us at 720-873-0213.    Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disability     AlloSource uses E-Verify to confirm the employment eligibility of all newly hired employees. To learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, please visit www.dhs.gov/E-Verify.  
Job ID
2193
Job Category
Technician
Location : Location
US-CO-Centennial
The Donor Receiving Technician is responsible for properly receiving, inspecting, storing, and recording of inbound donor material, as well as receipt, verification and reconciliation of donor procurement cultures from the recovery agencies. This position is responsible for ensuring accurate documentation and consistent labeling between tissues, procurement cultures and accompanying paperwork for every donor received, and rectifying labeling/documentation errors through communication with the recovery agencies. They must utilize electronic systems, such as ERP, AlloTrak, bar code scanners, production schedules, and document management systems, to accurately record and verify transactions and complete electronic documentation of culture reconciliation.   Essential Duties and Responsibilities: - Receive incoming donor material and procurement cultures and record receipt in assigned ERP and Smart Solve Electronic Receiving Form - Inspect donor material for accuracy and/or damage and disposition material accordingly - Reconcile procurement cultures to donor material and utilize electronic system to document the reconciliation - Verify and reconcile documentation accompanying donors and procurement cultures, and manage communication with agencies regarding correction, when necessary - Properly label and stage/store incoming donor material - Properly label and stage procurement cultures for transfer to sample submission location within AlloSource - Execute all inventory transactions to assure accurate inventory levels and counts which includes appropriate use of bins, warehousing and storage conditions based on inventory type - Conduct cycle count activities as directed by Supervisor - Management of whole donor and reconciliation - Perform discard and Quarantine of inventory activities, as necessary - Manage receipt and documentation of RMA tissue - Adhere to and promote proper practices and techniques which are consistent with current operating procedures, training requirements, safety practices and company policies.   Requirements: - High School Diploma or equivalent. - 6 months experience receiving and inspecting incoming inventory within a manufacturing or warehouse environment. - Experience working with ERP and barcoding systems - Proficiency in Microsoft Applications, specifically Excel, Word and Outlook   Preferred Experience: - AATB Certification - Previous experience in a Regulated, Biotech, or Manufacturing Industry related to inventory management.     Physical Requirements:  - Lift up to 45 lbs (10lbs continuously), bend, stand, twist, push, pull, manual dexterity, visual acuity, repetitive motion of wrist and shoulder. - Will be exposed to florescent lighting, dust, fumes, chemicals, biohazardous materials, Aseptic environment, working in confined spaces, wearing personal protective equipment, and sharp tools/instruments.     For consideration you must apply online, submit a current resume and meet the minimum requirements.  All offers are contingent upon a background check, drug screen and other contingencies may apply depending upon the position. Candidates within a 50 mile radius of the hiring zip code may receive first consideration. If you require special accommodations, please contact us at 720-873-0213.    Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disability     AlloSource uses E-Verify to confirm the employment eligibility of all newly hired employees. To learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, please visit www.dhs.gov/E-Verify.  
Job ID
2192
Job Category
Technician
Location : Location
US-CO-Centennial
The Donor Receiving Technician is responsible for properly receiving, inspecting, storing, and recording of inbound donor material, as well as receipt, verification and reconciliation of donor procurement cultures from the recovery agencies. This position is responsible for ensuring accurate documentation and consistent labeling between tissues, procurement cultures and accompanying paperwork for every donor received, and rectifying labeling/documentation errors through communication with the recovery agencies. They must utilize electronic systems, such as ERP, AlloTrak, bar code scanners, production schedules, and document management systems, to accurately record and verify transactions and complete electronic documentation of culture reconciliation.   Essential Duties and Responsibilities: - Receive incoming donor material and procurement cultures and record receipt in assigned ERP and Smart Solve Electronic Receiving Form - Inspect donor material for accuracy and/or damage and disposition material accordingly - Reconcile procurement cultures to donor material and utilize electronic system to document the reconciliation - Verify and reconcile documentation accompanying donors and procurement cultures, and manage communication with agencies regarding correction, when necessary - Properly label and stage/store incoming donor material - Properly label and stage procurement cultures for transfer to sample submission location within AlloSource - Execute all inventory transactions to assure accurate inventory levels and counts which includes appropriate use of bins, warehousing and storage conditions based on inventory type - Conduct cycle count activities as directed by Supervisor - Management of whole donor and reconciliation - Perform discard and Quarantine of inventory activities, as necessary - Manage receipt and documentation of RMA tissue - Adhere to and promote proper practices and techniques which are consistent with current operating procedures, training requirements, safety practices and company policies.   Requirements: - High School Diploma or equivalent. - 6 months experience receiving and inspecting incoming inventory within a manufacturing or warehouse environment. - Experience working with ERP and barcoding systems - Proficiency in Microsoft Applications, specifically Excel, Word and Outlook   Preferred Experience: - AATB Certification - Previous experience in a Regulated, Biotech, or Manufacturing Industry related to inventory management.     Physical Requirements:  - Lift up to 45 lbs (10lbs continuously), bend, stand, twist, push, pull, manual dexterity, visual acuity, repetitive motion of wrist and shoulder. - Will be exposed to florescent lighting, dust, fumes, chemicals, biohazardous materials, Aseptic environment, working in confined spaces, wearing personal protective equipment, and sharp tools/instruments.     For consideration you must apply online, submit a current resume and meet the minimum requirements.  All offers are contingent upon a background check, drug screen and other contingencies may apply depending upon the position. Candidates within a 50 mile radius of the hiring zip code may receive first consideration. If you require special accommodations, please contact us at 720-873-0213.    Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disability     AlloSource uses E-Verify to confirm the employment eligibility of all newly hired employees. To learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, please visit www.dhs.gov/E-Verify.  
Job ID
2191
Job Category
Technician
Location : Location
US-CO-Centennial
The Operations Production Technician (OPT) is responsible for safely and aseptically processing human tissue and cell products, and decontaminating, sterilizing reusable equipment and supplies. The OPTs perform responsibilities according to SOPs, WIs, equipment specifications and product specifications.  Depending on the product/process, the OPT may utilize various tools, equipment, machinery, and chemicals.  This position works in a Controlled Work Area (CWA).   Essential Duties and Responsibilities: - Adhere to aseptic technique and processing practices per applicable standards. - Interpret applicable product specifications and perform tasks according to established procedures and company expectations. - Complete accurate processing records in accordance with Good Documentation Practices. - Adhere to and promote proper practices and techniques which are consistent with current Standard Operating Procedures/work instructions, training requirements, safety practices and company policies. - On a rotating schedule this position will work on company observed holidays. - Overtime and call-in work will be determined as needed.   Pay: $18/hr plus a shift differential for night and weekend shift positions   Shift:  Friday-Sunday; 10:00am - 10:30pm   Benefits:  20 days PTO, 9 Holidays, Retirement Plan, onsite Health Care clinic, Wellness Program, School Loan Repayment Program, Tuition Assistance and much more!      Requirements: - HS Diploma or equivalent - Minimum 1 year formal work experience within a company requiring strict adherence to policies and procedures. - Ability to read and comprehend detailed procedures, written and verbal instruction in English. - Ability to conduct basic math calculations to determine dimensions, sizes, quantities, etc. - Proficiency in Microsoft applications, specifically Excel, Word and Outlook, as well as navigating computer databases and systems.   Preferred Requirements: - Experience performing aseptic technique in medical or laboratory environment - Previous FDA and/or Tissue Banking experience - Previous tissue/cell processing experience - Bachelor’s degree in Life Sciences or related field - AATB and/or CTBS certification - Certification in Sterile Processing and Distribution (CSPD)   Physical Requirements: - Lift up to 50 lbs (10lbs continuously), bend, stand, twist, push, pull, manual dexterity, visual acuity, type, repetitive motion of wrist and shoulder. - Will be exposed to florescent lighting, dust, fumes, chemicals, biohazardous materials, Aseptic environment, working in confined spaces, wearing personal protective equipment, and sharp tools/instruments.   For consideration you must apply online, submit a current resume and meet the minimum requirements.  All offers are contingent upon a background check, drug screen and other contingencies may apply depending upon the position. Candidates within a 50 mile radius of the hiring zip code may receive first consideration. If you require special accommodations, please contact us at 720-873-0213.    Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disability     AlloSource uses E-Verify to confirm the employment eligibility of all newly hired employees. To learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, please visit www.dhs.gov/E-Verify.
Job ID
2186
Job Category
Operations
Location : Location
US-CO-Centennial
The Operations Production Technician (OPT) is responsible for safely and aseptically processing human tissue and cell products, and decontaminating, sterilizing reusable equipment and supplies. The OPTs perform responsibilities according to SOPs, WIs, equipment specifications and product specifications.  Depending on the product/process, the OPT may utilize various tools, equipment, machinery, and chemicals.  This position works in a Controlled Work Area (CWA).   Essential Duties and Responsibilities: - Adhere to aseptic technique and processing practices per applicable standards. - Interpret applicable product specifications and perform tasks according to established procedures and company expectations. - Complete accurate processing records in accordance with Good Documentation Practices. - Adhere to and promote proper practices and techniques which are consistent with current Standard Operating Procedures/work instructions, training requirements, safety practices and company policies. - On a rotating schedule this position will work on company observed holidays. - Overtime and call-in work will be determined as needed.   Pay: $18/hr plus a shift differential for night and weekend shift positions   Shift:  Monday-Thursday; 1:30pm - 12:00am   Benefits:  20 days PTO, 9 Holidays, Retirement Plan, onsite Health Care clinic, Wellness Program, School Loan Repayment Program, Tuition Assistance and much more!      Requirements: - HS Diploma or equivalent - Minimum 1 year formal work experience within a company requiring strict adherence to policies and procedures. - Ability to read and comprehend detailed procedures, written and verbal instruction in English. - Ability to conduct basic math calculations to determine dimensions, sizes, quantities, etc. - Proficiency in Microsoft applications, specifically Excel, Word and Outlook, as well as navigating computer databases and systems.   Preferred Requirements: - Experience performing aseptic technique in medical or laboratory environment - Previous FDA and/or Tissue Banking experience - Previous tissue/cell processing experience - Bachelor’s degree in Life Sciences or related field - AATB and/or CTBS certification - Certification in Sterile Processing and Distribution (CSPD)   Physical Requirements: - Lift up to 50 lbs (10lbs continuously), bend, stand, twist, push, pull, manual dexterity, visual acuity, type, repetitive motion of wrist and shoulder. - Will be exposed to florescent lighting, dust, fumes, chemicals, biohazardous materials, Aseptic environment, working in confined spaces, wearing personal protective equipment, and sharp tools/instruments.   For consideration you must apply online, submit a current resume and meet the minimum requirements.  All offers are contingent upon a background check, drug screen and other contingencies may apply depending upon the position. Candidates within a 50 mile radius of the hiring zip code may receive first consideration. If you require special accommodations, please contact us at 720-873-0213.    Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disability     AlloSource uses E-Verify to confirm the employment eligibility of all newly hired employees. To learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, please visit www.dhs.gov/E-Verify.
Job ID
2185
Job Category
Operations
Location : Location
US-CO-Centennial