Maintenance Technician- Sligo
Job Purpose. Working in Operations Engineering to develop a culture of accountability, empowerment, continuous improvement, customer focus, collaboration, involvement and development of oneself within Operations. Driving continuous improvement. Support communication within the Engineering Function and the Site, also support material flow through Operations. Provide support to the Operations Engineering Lead, Engineering Lead, Operations Team Leaders. Role: • Technical maintenance of operational plant items and machinery. • Performing high level preventative maintenance on mixing, filling & packaging machinery as required for production, including where necessary, cleaning and sanitation. • Provide technical support to Operations & Facilities ensuring Operations & Facilities equipment is functioning at optimal levels while maintaining compliance to GMP and regulatory requirements. • General use and application of packaging machines as required. • Ensure all tasks are carried out according to procedures. • Performing routine adjustments, changeovers and washes following set standards on production machinery as required by Operations. • Carrying out routine checks, repairs and item replacements as required during the filling / packaging run ensuring machines are operating effectively. • Maintain excellent GMP and housekeeping standards. • Support all Engineering and Operations requirements as requested. • Carrying out plant equipment PM’s maintaining items of Operational plant and machinery including routine PM’s to aid the achievement of targets and efficient running of lines. • To implement and improve on existing preventative maintenance programs. • Carrying out planned and unplanned maintenance jobs efficiently and in a timely manner as directed, ensuring documentation is completed and returned correctly. • Assisting in the installation, commissioning and testing of new machinery. • Dealing with any problems or issues escalated from Operations which may affect production. • To monitor and respond to alarms on the qualified BMS. • To carry out work generated on work requisition (non-urgent work jobs required by others on site) to meet service level agreements. • Liaise with end users to determine mechanical requirements and to repair or offer alternative solution. • Support sites objective to increase OEE, through challenging current ways of working understanding root cause of breakdowns and running focused improvements. • Move on to various projects to support continuous improvements. • To assist with the ordering of supplies as needed for work. • Ensure documentation of maintenance activities is to GxP standards where necessary. • To work on projects to improve system performance and reliability. • Ensuring the achievement of 100% RFT documentation as per Quality Matrix requirement. • Maintaining items of plant and manufacturing machinery such as pumps, agitators, pipe work, doors, valves, ceilings, etc. • Actively engage in the development and implementation of standard work within the area. • Assist in developing and implementing line/process improvements to achieve required OEE. • Train personnel as required. • Completion of all maintenance records. Basic qualifications: • Time-Served electrical qualification preferred. • 3 plus years industrial experience out of the Time-Served electrical qualification essential. • Working knowledge of Machine Control Systems essential. • Working knowledge of Vision Systems an added bonus. Preferred qualifications: • 3rd Level Mechanical or Electrical Engineering (Level 8) or similar. • Experience of participating in project work and handling multiple tasks. This job originally appeared on RecruitIreland.com.
371 days ago