Building Mechanic

Basic qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Prior experience engineering or maintaining industrial process or utility equipment (five years).
  • Familiar with cGMP's, regulatory guidelines, governmental codes, and standard operating procedure.

Preferred qualifications:

Vocational School


Why GSK? Because GSK's BioPharm business vision is to leverage its experience and technical capabilities to launch, supply, and manage Biopharmaceutical products around the world. It will fulfill GSK's Mission to Do More, Feel Better, and Live Longer by living its values: Integrity: Always doing the right thing; Commitment to the Patient: Making the Patient the #1 Priority; Customer Service: Commit to delivering on promises to internal & external customers; Compliance – Being accountable for quality and safety.

The building mechanic will operate, maintain, and install equipment used for operation within the GMP biopharmaceutical manufacturing facility. This role works a rotating shift

Key Responsibilities:

  • Operate, maintain, and repair steam boilers and related equipment including deaerators, pumps, valves, regulators, hot water generators, humidifiers, steam traps, and associated control systems.
  • Operate, maintain, and repair chilled water systems including chillers, pumps, cooling towers, and control systems.
  • Operate, maintain, and repair high purity water systems including multimedia filtration systems, water softeners, reverse osmosis systems, wfi distillation units, clean steam generators, pumps, and associated control systems.
  • Operate, maintain, and repair direct expansion air conditioning or refrigeration systems and components including compressors, coils, valves, regulators, and associated control systems.
  • Operate, maintain, and repair building control devices including pneumatic valves, thermostats, controllers, relays, and transmitters.
  • Operate, maintain, and repair ventilation equipment including air handlers, exhaust fans, cooling and heating coils, and associated control systems and instrumentation.
  • Operate, maintain, and repair compressed air systems including compressor packages, desiccant dryers, valves, and associated control systems.
  • Inspect, replace, align, adjust, and lubricate mechanical system components including bearings, gear boxes, belt drives, shaft couplings, mechanical seals, and related devices.
  • Observe and record equipment operating conditions by inspecting equipment operation and completing appropriate logs. Monitor the building automation, automated utility controls systems, and life safety alarm system. Investigate, remediate, and report alarms to appropriate personnel.
  • Safely perform preventative and corrective maintenance tasks on utility equipment and systems. Make recommendations for maintenance tasks and frequencies and procedural/operational changes to enhance equipment life and maintainability. Identify spare parts and consumables necessary to perform these tasks.

Contact information:

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