Maintenance Mechanic

Basic qualifications:

  • Industrial Mechanic or Mechanic with Associate 2-year Degree in Plant Systems Technology and/or Related Facility Maintenance Technology experience
  • 7-10 years equivalent experience Plant Systems Maintenance including fire systems and safety systems maintenance and testing
  • Knowledge of personal computers and computer control systems, current CMMS software, Computer Based Training (CBT) for Windows NT and Microsoft Office preferred, or the ability to obtain competency for the above within 90 days.
  • High school or vocational-technical school graduate with a combination of formal training and experience equal to seven years of industrial safety environment experience required.
  • Strong communication, team, and problem-solving skills.
  • Two years' experience within a pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, medical device or similarly aligned business.
  • Demonstrated familiarity with cGMPs, regulatory guidelines and standard operating procedures.
  • Must be able to lift 20-50 pounds.
  • At least 20% of the position frequent movement (up and down).

Preferred qualifications:

  • Bachelor degree in Facility Engineering Technology; Plant Systems Engineering or HVAC (ASHRAE) Engineering
  • Trade school graduate or completion of a recognized apprenticeship program with three years' experience as a plant systems technician in an industrial environment preferred.

Details:

The Maintenance Mechanic must be able to acquire and fill the position of plant systems professional with a thorough knowledge, understanding and work experience in a FDA regulated customer healthcare drug facility. Maintenance Professional must have a clear working knowledge base of GMP documentation from creation to execution within computerized maintenance management systems' records or work orders.

Maintenance Professional must be a self motivated person with an attention to detail in operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of facility systems. Maintenance Professional must be capable to work alone in electrical rooms, mechanical spaces, specific Cleanroom areas and confined spaces. Professional must have the ability to multi-task within a specialized group or department team. Professional must be willing to work any shift necessary.

Key Responsibilities:

  • aintain and troubleshoot facility and utility control systems.
  • Mintain and troubleshoot Boiler and Steam/Plant Condensate system.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot hot water heater system.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot Air Handling Unit/Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning /Humidification.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot Chillers, Cooling Towers, DX cooling systems and refrigeration systems.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot compressed dry gases/pressure systems.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot hydraulic systems specifically, various types of lifting equipment.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot Wastewater systems, sanitation waste and storm drain water systems for properties of Legionella and other dangerous bacteria.
  • Perform as a craftsman/construction worker for small interior/exterior site projects.
  • Must be capable of reporting as a Site Incident Commander on a rotating basis.

Contact information:

You may apply for this position online by selecting the Apply now button.

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