Reference : 585977
- Human Resources
- United States , Gaithersburg , Gaithersburg
- Posting date : 04/28/2021
- Human Resources
- United States Gaithersburg
- Permanent / Regular (US)
- Posting date : 04/28/2021
The Trainer will be responsible for coordinating training initiatives, ranging from new employee orientation, safety, and production operations for the Gaithersburg manufacturing plant, to include but not limited to researching, developing content, delivering training, and evaluating training effectiveness for new and existing employees. Training content and methods must be focused on improving performance, efficiency, productivity, safety and engagement.
- Coordinate training logistics, such as, scheduling, tracking, record keeping, and maintaining training materials.
- Work cross-functionally to assist in maintaining the site’s training records, ensuring accuracy and compliance.
- Assist with the development of training materials and courses. Assist with evaluating training effectiveness.
- Deliver training using various methods (individual, group, on-the-job, virtual, recorded, etc.)
- Assist with training-related reporting.
- Run a production line or operation. Developing and retaining an up to date knowledge of current working practices by periodically spending time working with the department specialists and Leads.
- Support other areas of the HR function as needed.
- Participate in HR, WCM, and EHS activities.
- High School Diploma with 5+ years of hands-on manufacturing and assembly of products in a cleanroom or regulated environment is required. Bachelor’s Degree with 1-3 years of hands-on experience in manufacturing and assembly of products in a cleanroom or regulated environment is preferred.
- Experience in developing training content and executing training for new and existing employees is preferred.
- Proficient in Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, etc.) is required.
- MRP and ERP systems experience.
- Strong written and verbal communication and comprehension skills.
- Must have sufficient hand and eye coordination, manual dexterity, and near and farsighted vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
- Advanced math skills required (arithmetic and measurements)
- Ability to work effectively in a team environment, work independently, and demonstrate basic leadership abilities.
- Ability to utilize measurement tools including caliper, micrometer, comparater, and tape measure.
- Ability to read and interpret blueprints and engineering drawings.
Saint-Gobain Life Sciences in Gaithersburg, Maryland is a state-of-the-art Life Science manufacturing facility. We produce cell culture bags, fluid transfer assemblies, single use assemblies and injection molded products in our ISO 7 and ISO 8 cleanrooms. We make a difference in the world by changing how we treat diseases through the manufacture of custom products used in cell and gene therapy clinical trials and manufacturing. We also support biopharmaceutical applications through the production of critical application final fill assemblies, molded components and other pharmaceutical applications.
We are actively on our journey to become a Saint-Gobain's Life Science Center of Excellence and business leader for bag manufacturing and critical application single use assemblies. Future plans and projects include:
- Implementation of automation for bag fabrication, molding and assembly
- Advancing sterilization programs and environmental controls
- Implementation of integrity testing for critical application assemblies
- Significant building modifications and addition of new injection molding equipment
- Expansion of cell therapy bag product lines
- Continued focus on employee growth, and the employee experience
- Prioritizing work/life balance with flexible work schedules
Who are we ?
Saint-Gobain’s innovations touch almost every major industry around the world. Within its Life Sciences division, teams are solving critical problems for customers who are getting life-saving medical devices to the frontlines of healthcare, discovering essential medications, and nourishing and connecting the world through consumer, industrial and electronics applications. As one of the world’s leading producers of high-performance polymer products, we improve lives by making simple experiences better and being there in life’s critical moments.
Our team members recognize that we all create the environment for people to succeed, with a culture built on respect, open and honest communication, and honoring our commitments to our customers and each other. And at the heart of our culture, we’ve learned working together makes good ideas, great ones.
With a legacy dating back more than 350 years, Saint-Gobain offers employees the stability and security of a leading Global 500 corporation while operating like multiple small and agile start-ups, where entrepreneurial spirit, pioneering teamwork, and bold, forward-thinking ideas pave new paths.
Every team member is encouraged to develop and leverage their unique expertise and strengths to make the greatest impact on the company and our end users. At Saint-Gobain, you’re empowered and equipped with countless opportunities and resources for professional development. You will find the support you need to create a vision and roadmap for your career, and make that vision a reality.
Invent yourself at Saint-Gobain Life Sciences; and together, we’ll create a better life.
Saint-Gobain provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. Saint-Gobain is an equal opportunity employer of individuals with disabilities and supports the hiring of veterans.