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Logistics Technician

Responsible For:

Assisting in the manufacture, assembly and shipment of kit components required to fill orders of TGR products and for general manufacturing laboratory maintenance.

Reporting and Liaison:

This position reports to Manufacturing and Logistics Manager.

In addition, the position may require liaison with production/Quality Control Staff and other TGR Senior Managers.

Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities:

Assay Kit pre-assembly processes and WIP assembly
  • Assisting with the manufacture and assembly of assay kit components required for the production of pre-assembled Kits (WIPs). Specific tasks include the following:
    • Processing of WIP work orders. This process requires use of Excel to create individual alliquoting worksheets for components.
    • Preparation and printing of labels.
    • Labelling of bottles and tubes.
    • Buffer alliquoting and torque wrenching of bottles.
    • Individual WIP assembly.
  • Restocking of boxes for key WIPs.

Processing Kit Work Orders
  • Processing of assay target work orders to ensure kit components are prepared ready for shipping on designated shipping days. Specific tasks include:
    • Completion of relevant work orders.
    • Completion and printing relevant assay target checklists.
    • Creation of Certificates of Analysis.
    • Printing and folding of manuals.
    • Reagent Buffer alliquoting.
    • Individual Kit assembly.
    • Shrink wrapping.
    • Assist in packaging and shipping.
    • Data entry into relevant databases.

General laboratory duties
  • General washing up of laboratory ware and dispensers.
  • Assist with routine stocking of laboratory consumables, ie; Packing pipette tips, etc.
  • Testing and calibration of laboratory pipettes.
  • Assist with receiving goods and batch numbering of incoming goods.
  • General laboratory maintenance.
  • Restocking of key manufacturing supplies ie; shipping boxes, ice packs, packing material.

Other duties as required
  • Reagent Buffer maintenance/disposal as specified by production and QC staff.
  • Assist in process change process as required, which may involve changing and or checking documents that have been modified.
  • Carry out other tasks as requested by other managers.

Core Competencies (Qualifications, Skills, Attributes):
  • Post-secondary qualifications in a relevant field of Science or Laboratory Techniques.
  • Sound written and oral communication skills.
  • High level of attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated ability to follow procedures to ensure components and products are assembled in accordance with quality processes.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Self-motivated and reliable.
  • Demonstrated ability to work well under pressure.
  • Sound organisational and time management skills.
  • Sound understanding of Microsoft Excel.

Desirable Experience:
  • Sound understanding of immunoassay techniques and use of laboratory pipettes.
  • Sound understanding of GLP principles.


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