- The Maintenance Technician will be flexible and work as a part of the engineering department, but also work alongside other departments.
- Practice and promote lean maintenance while being part of a continuous improvement environment.
- Take part in the development and imporvement of maintenance routines in a cGMP atmosphere.
- Carry out planned/unplanned maintenance on packaging, production and utilities equipment.
- Calibrate equipment as needed.
- Regularly follow up on common technical issues.
- Use of the computerized maintenance management system to record in detail maintenance activities on equipment/utilities in compliance with regulatory & cGMP requirements.
- Execution of work orders as scheduled through the computerized maintenance management system SAP.
- Completion of non trade specific work as required.
- Daily reporting of maintenance activities at shift meetings, ensuring issues and open items / concerns are communicated in a timely and concise manner.
- Participate in Safety and Environmental training programmes and initiatives. Adhere to safe working practices as set out by the Safety Statement and other company safety rules.
- Maintaining compliance with site procedures and policies.
- Available to respond to ‘call out’ as per a pre-defined rota if required.
- The maintenance technician will have a qualification in an electrical, instrumentation or mechanical engineering.
- Minimum of an electrical or mechanical apprenticeship with 2 years experience and/or an electrical or mechanical engineering degree.
- 2 years experience in the pharmaceutical industry (after qualification) is essential.
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