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Maintenance Technician

Duties:

Optimizes processing and reduces downtime by performing predictive and preventative maintenance on all equipment, machinery and facility buildings; participating in the installation of new equipment as required.

  • Contributes to maintaining a safe, secure and clean workplace by conducting the daily, weekly, quarterly and semi-annual safety/maintenance inspections according to pre-established guidelines and schedules; completes related paperwork in a timely and accurate manner to GMP standards.
  • Contributes to production efficiency by responding to maintenance calls on a 24 hour 7 days per week basis as assigned, rotating on-call responsibility, investigates reason for call in, and either repairs or defers action for immediate supervisor decision; maintaining a spare parts program.
  • Maintains building climate by installing, repairing and servicing ventilation, heat and air conditioning systems.
  • Complies with all environmental requirements for waste.
  • Maintains facility lighting by installing and repairing wiring and fixtures.
  • Monitors production efficiency by maintaining and analyzing a production downtime record.
  • Ensures employee safety by adhering to all Lock-out, Tag out procedures; following the MSDS safety procedures when using chemicals.
  • Strives for continuous improvement by analyzing new or alternative ways to improve operations; incorporates staff recommendations into analysis; responds to audit activities in a constructive manner and uses findings to improve operations where possible.
  • Maintains mechanical and technical skills knowledge and abilities by attending workshops, reviews trade publications and participates in training others to conduct minor, basic repairs to equipment, machinery, etc. Completes any training deficiency as noted.
  • Successfully meets the requirements of irradiator operator.
  • Successfully completes electrical and OSHA classes as demonstrated through hands on task demonstration and written test.



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