Job Reference 14509
Job type Contract
Location Bray
Salary € Negotiable

The Role

Location: Bray

11 Month Contract initially

Excellent salary & benefits package available

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Work with flexibility within the Engineering Department and in co-operation with other Departments.
  • Promote lean maintenance best practices at all times within a continuous improvement environment.
  • Assist in developing and improving new and existing maintenance routines within a cGMP environment.
  • Carry out planned/unplanned maintenance on packaging, production and utilities equipment.
  • Carry out calibration of equipment as required
  • Proactively follow up on re-occurring 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.
  • Participate fully in any cross-functional training initiatives and mentor operations personnel at all times.
  • Available to respond to ‘call out’ as per a pre-defined rota if required.
  • Develop and maintain a strong working relationship with all the departments’ customers on site.

The Person

  • A suitable qualification in an electrical, instrumentation or mechanical engineering discipline.
  • Minimum of an electrical or mechanical apprenticeship with a minimum of 2 years experience and or an electrical or mechanical engineering degree.
RELEVANT EXPERIENCE:
  • A minimum of 2-3 years experience in the pharmaceutical industry post qualification desirable.
  • Other highly regulated industry experience considered.
  • Experience in the area of Packaging is advantageous
SKILLS/COMPETENCIES:
  • Proven track record of high performance & delivering results.
  • The determination and drive to sustain current best practices and the ability to identify develop and implement future best practices
  • Interest in continuous improvement.
  • Good interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work well independently and as part of a team
  • Customer service and task focused.
  • Good computer skills and CMMS experience (Word, Excel, CMMS software)

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