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Business Area Chemistry
Quality Services Assistant
Reference Number NAFTA - 11118
Start Date Immediate
Field Health & Nutrition
Location USA-Lafayette, IN
Employment Type Full-time Employment

Job Title:  Quality Services Assistant

Location:  Lafayette, IN

Business Unit:  Health and Nutrition


This position is part of a multi-skilled team working in the Quality Services area of Quality Assurance.  This role will perform a variety of day-to-day work that supports administration support for BPR issuing, printing labels, data entry for training along with other daily tasks as described below.


Essential Job Functions


Primary responsibilities and accountabilities of the job:

  • Issuing Batch Production Records for production (binding, coiling, packaging, product material labels / by-product labels / LIMS labels, tray tags, logging into log books)
  • Generates training reports as needed (e.g., metric monthly report, learning needs, etc.).
  • Learning history data entry (e.g., deletion, modifications, etc.).
  • Maintains Plateau personnel information (e.g., exits, hires, etc.).
  • Process documentation forms (e.g., instructor approvals, curricula changes, learning plan changes, etc.).
  • No retraining courses for training – preparing, routing, etc.
  • Provides administrative support for SOPs, Job Aids, Work Instructions, and Policies.
  • Serves as a contact person for all document types within the “Procedures” repository in Regulus.
  • Responds to customer and departmental requests. 
  • Provides back-up support for other assistants as needed.
  • Preparing sample labels, water labels, COAs and uploading BPRs
  • Provide library support such as filing, retrieving and logging documents along with following site document retention and storage policies




Each individual is responsible to meet fundamental cGMP requirements relating to their conduct and work practices to ensure the SISPQ (Safety, Identity, Strength, Purity, Quality) of the products manufactured at Evonik Tippecanoe Laboratories. 

This includes but is not limited to the following:

  • Adherence to all written instructions
  • Timely reporting of all deviations to supervision
  • Training on each activity is completed and current and that each employee understands their assigned duties
  • Strict documentation practices are followed to ensure that all steps of the operation are appropriately documented
  • Ensure to maintain the work area in a state of cleanliness and sanitation through good housekeeping practices and applying good personal health practices
  • Ensure the security and safety of the product through the reporting of any potential risk to supervision immediately
  • Ensure the safety of the personnel and product by wearing proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) according to the operation being executed
  • Each individual should report any action that they believe could impact the SISPQ of any product immediately to supervision



Environmental, Safety, Health, & Security (ESHS):

  • Adhere to ESHS programs, rules, and procedures.
  • Assume personal accountability for individual behaviors related to ESHS activities.
  • Have the appropriate knowledge and tools prior to performing a task.
  • Complete all required ESHS training and remain current with applicable learning plans at all times.
  • Adhere to ESHS programs, rules, & procedures.
  • Assume personal accountability for individual behaviors related to ESHS activities.
  • Report all injuries to Employee Health Services or Security and supervision within the same shift of the incident occurring.
  • Inform direct supervision of any ESHS hazards or concerns in the workplace.
  • Provide feedback and coaching to coworkers on both safe and unsafe behaviors and conditions.
  • Actively participate in the ESHS management system as directed by supervision.


Education, Experience, Knowledge & Skills


List any required education and/or experience necessary to perform the job.  Additionally, list any knowledge or skill sets critical to performing the role.


  • High School diploma or equivalent.
  • Ability to follow written and verbal communication.
  • Intermediate to advanced computer and keyboarding skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, Lotus Notes (email and calendaring) and database skills with the ability to learn new systems or applications.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and / or experience with cGMPs and data documentation.
  • Strong grammar/composition/editing/proofreading skills. 
  • Strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills with the ability to communicate clearly and accurately.
  • Excellent organizational, time management, and attention to detail skills.
  • Self-directed, self-managed, reliable, and capable of success with minimal supervision.
  • Project management skills – complete assigned tasks on time with the ability to prioritize in an environment of competing demands.
  • Ability to multi-task and work well under pressure with aggressive deadlines.
  • Ability to provide good customer service to internal and external organizations.


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