Maintain all production equipment and facility systems in a reliable and safe operating condition through preventative maintenance. Troubleshoot, modify, and repair support systems and equipment as needed. Perform installation of equipment following standard operating procedures. Work with internal and external entities to complete repairs and improvements on plant facilities and equipment. Provide support, guidance, and training for co-workers as directed/needed. Complete all required paperwork.
Must understand the operation of production equipment and facility support systems to provide reliable equipment performance and minimal downtime through effective preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and repair. Coordinate downtime, troubleshooting, and repair with production departments. Administer preventative maintenance program and complete tasks as assigned. Coordinate shutdown activities to ensure all planned activities are accomplished. As directed, work with vendors to generate custom parts as needed or required.
May be required to carry an electronic device for 24-hour call-in. Must be flexible to work alternate shift/work days when needed. May be assigned occasionally to work off-site in remote location. 1st and 3rd shift positions available. 15% shift differential applies to the 3rd shift work schedule.
Education: High school diploma or equivalent. Two years experience in trade or comparable training. Knowledge of GMPs preferred. On-site aseptic technique training is provided for clean room responsibilities.
Experience: Three to five years experience with equipment, machinery, and systems in a regulated manufacturing environment. Knowledge and experience with PLC’s is desired. CAD experience is beneficial. Pay is commensurate with experience.