2nd shift position - 6:00pm - 6:00am Thursday to Saturday and 12:00am - 6:00am on Thursdays. Days and times subject to change.
Operation and repair of utility equipment, including performing preventative maintenance, emergencies, troubleshooting, passivation’s, plant shutdown, support equipment inspections, routine monitoring, cleaning, painting of equipment in utility areas, working with contractors, and project engineers as needed. Covers the shift for the Utility operators when they are scheduled off on vacation or personal time. Review’s and signs routine shift logs and daily routine monitoring forms.
Responsible for utility equipment such as but not limited to: boilers, chillers, pumps, hot water systems, compressors, pure steam generators, vacuum system, high purity water systems, reverse osmosis units, vapor compression stills, HVAC systems, waste water system, city water systems, and ancillary equipment.
Process daily work orders, which includes troubleshooting, repairing and upgrading the production and facility equipment.
Preventative Maintenance (PM’s) performed as assigned per scheduled on equipment.
Perform mechanical and electrical repairs on Utility equipment.
Assists in coordination of day to day repairs and/or projects as needed.
Reviews and signs off daily logs as well as routine monitoring data.
Enter data into computerized maintenance management system as needed to support documentation of activities.
Supporting contractors and project engineers as time is available.
Perform routing water testing of systems.
Perform annual and semi-annual maintenance during plant shutdowns, support projects as needed.
Perform passivation’s as needed.
Ability to work with potentially hazardous chemicals.
Respond to alarms or issues and address them as they come in from the Utility computer systems.
Clean, paint as needed, and keep Utility areas cleaned and organized.
Issue work orders and purchase orders as needed to support maintaining the equipment in a reliable state.
Covers the shifts for the rest of the team when they are off on scheduled vacations or personal time.
Maintain GMP and SOP training compliance.
All other duties as assigned.
Assume responsibility for the GMP, regulatory agency compliance, environment health and safety procedure awareness, compliance within the respective area.
Operate and maintain utility and utility related equipment. This includes preventative maintenance, repairs, troubleshooting, routine inspections, routine monitoring, documentation, addressing alarm issues, keeping the utility areas clean and organized, supporting plant shutdown, emergencies, passivation’s, contractor support, and engineering project support as needed. Reviews and signs documentation. Supports supervisor as needed in day to day activities.
Position may require Aseptic Gowning Certification.
Forklift/high lift/JLG Certification may be required.
Confined space entry is required.
Respiratory qualification is required.
Logical approach to troubleshooting and repair of equipment.
Good organizational skills, able to work quickly and under pressure.
Good verbal and written communication skills.
Must be detailed oriented and quality conscious.
Must be able to respond to emergencies.
Computer skills; Microsoft Office, Word.
Mechanics tools, calipers and welder, etc.
High School Diploma Required.
8 - 10 year’s mechanical or utility equipment experience; knowledge of pharmaceutical and FDA regulated facility or related field helpful.