Compounder C

Employment type: 

  • Full time

Years of experience: 

  • 1 - 2 years




QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: - Able to perform Responsibilities and Expectations to Supervisor satisfaction - Must have good communication skills, both written and verbal - Customer focused; Must be flexible in dealing with others in the organization, and with work assignments/projects - Must be capable of both creative thought and deductive reasoning - Self-organized - Self-motivated; Ability to work independent of supervision - Team player; Participation on Plant Continuous Improvement (CI) Process - Attendance is essential to job qualification. No unexcused absence is acceptable. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: - Able to lift a minimum of 50lbs and push/pull 400lbs. - Using hands and arms together to move various items - Ability to stand for prolonged periods of time. - Ability to work in an Industrial Environment. Thank you for your interest and consideration of a career with KIK! KIK is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer.

Days per week: 

Monday - Friday




About KIK's Personal Care Division
KIK Personal Care division is a business with sales of ~$1 billion, serving as a manufacturing partner for brand owners and CPG companies in the personal care and home care markets. KPC's contract manufacturing network consists of 8 plants throughout North America. Products and services include the contract manufacture and filling of aerosols and liquids, formulation development and full service prestige beauty product manufacturing.

Site Overview:
KIK Custom Products’ Personal Care Division’s Danville, Illinois contract manufacturing facility is located conveniently in Danville near Champaign, IL. The facility runs 24 hours at 5 days a week and is registered and compliant with the FDA, EPA, & cGMP. This plant contains 9 aerosol productions lines for pressurized products and 2 liquid production lines for the manufacturing of personal care and OTC consumer products.

Essential Job Functions

- Carefully follow detailed procedures to complete the batching process
- Using Math skills such as addition, subtraction, and division
- Writing numbers neatly and clearly
- Identify information on and fill out an approved process sheet
- Safely handle various chemicals used in the batching process
- Properly operate and maintain equipment in the compounding area
- Pull batch sample for approval by Chem Lab
- Perform changeover process (clean tanks and flush lines)
- Proper disposal of waste material
- Comply with all OSHA Hazard Materials Procedures
- Complete appropriate paperwork
- Follow Safety/GMP guidelines
- Follow Enzyme Policies and Procedures when applicable
- Maintain an Annual Performance Evaluation Rating of Average or better.