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Labeling Clerk

Company Name:
Biomet, Inc.
Job Title: Labeling Clerk
Shift: 1st
Shift Hours: 8a-5p
Job Summary: This position is responsible for providing technical administrative support to a function or area. Applies knowledge of the operation and an understanding of the principles and procedures in the area to the completion of complex tasks. Operates a wide variety of office equipment to provide support and service to specific functional area.
Essential Duties:
1. Composes, types, organizes and analyzes data and information for product labeling.
1. Creates and designs finished goods product labeling.
2. Maintain labeling data/systems for all segments.
3. Oversee label creation and approves for new and updated labeling.
1. Verifies data accuracy and recognizes inconsistencies in the data
1. Audits work orders or other documents to ensure compliance with operating and regulatory requirements
1. Maintains complex documents files and audits systems used to generate data.
1. Solves problems and resolves issues by interpreting data, policies, or procedures; recommends action to resolve issues.
1. Regular contacts with internal and external people on sensitive or complex matters.
1. Conveys difficult information to others; presents complex, technical information in a clear and understandable fashion.
1. Performs other tasks as required
Job Specifications: This position requires extensive knowledge of the functional area, and a clear understanding of the relationship and impact of outputs on other parts of the business.
Knowledge: A High School Diploma or GED, plus knowledge of standard procedures, principles and processes of the area supported are required. 3- 5 years experience in the functional area and 5-7 years of overall clerical experience is preferred.
Skills: Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (mostly Word and Excel), the ability to type and perform data entry are required.
Abilities: Strong written and oral communication skills are required, as well as organizational and time management skills. The incumbent must have the ability to interact in a professional manner with various groups both within and outside of the organization.

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