Site Reliability & Assets Management Manager

China, Jiangsu, Suzhou

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Who we are:

At Roche, 90,000 people across 150 countries are pushing back the frontiers of healthcare. Working together. Our success is built on innovation, curiosity and diversity.

As the worldwide market leader in in-vitro diagnostics, Roche is committed to providing the latest cutting-edge diagnostic solutions to advance the health and wellness of people worldwide. Roche Diagnostics (Suzhou) Ltd. was established in April 2015, with approximate investment of 450 million CHF and went into operation in end of 2018.

The new manufacturing site with a R&D center in Suzhou, China, addresses the growing demand for diagnostic tests in China and the Asia Pacific region; ensuring people have access to high-quality reagents, while providing a long-term sustainable contribution to meet the healthcare needs of the region.

Who you are:

You’re someone who wants to influence your own development. You’re looking for a company where you have the opportunity to pursue your interests across functions and geographies.

Where a job title is not considered the final definition of who you are, but the starting point.

What we expect you could, as each colleague around you, aim high and think out of the box, embrace new changes and things with open mind. Confront challenges with passion and courage. Work with colleagues with integrity and keep up the good job.

Job Summary:

Manage the overall Assets Management strategy, adopt best in class Asset Management practices to enable reliable manufacturing and supply of products to patients and customers, and to provide a safe, reliable, and efficient working environment for employees.

This position takes the role to own, develop and implement a comprehensive Asset Management Strategy to ensure the Roche Dia. Suzhou assets base is managed and maintained in a manner that aligns with the criticality of asset relative to the business requirements. The Strategy holistically involves all site facilities, utilities and process equipment, follows the asset life from end to end.

Main  Tasks & Responsibilities:

To build, drive and shape the site reliability and assets management program

Developing and maintaining systems and processes to ensure asset master data and physical asset inventory accuracy. Implementing Early Equipment Management processes that incorporate quality, safety, efficiency, and reliability in design to deliver assets that achieve optimal performance. Developing reliability based maintenance strategies that prioritize critical assets and support business expectations for asset Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability. Operating assets in accordance with design capabilities using Lean Production approach. Minimizing equipment downtime and time spent to changeover, maintain, or repair assets is a key Equipment Availability element. Equipment Availability principles such as optimization of spare parts management and Operator Asset Care (OAC) will also be implemented. Performing Asset Reliability Analysis to routinely evaluate maintenance, operational, and asset performance and proactively implementing improvements to continuously optimize. Performing Equipment End of Life Evaluations to establish asset replacement, reinvestment, and divestment strategies based on asset criticality, condition, and full life cycle costing principles.

Own, develop and deploy assets risk management at site/platform level, including

Shape and lead the reliability components in the Site Asset Masterplans. Risk assessment and risk mitigation methodologies (FMECA, HAZOP, RCM, …). Integration of changes and new equipment into maintenance. Corrective, Preventive, Condition Based, Predictive Maintenance Strategies. Fault/Root Cause Analysis and Review.

Act as a Subject Matter Expert with respect to reliability performance

Strong involvement in the design and acquisition new Utilities equipment. Strong involvement in the development of engineering standards for equipment. Strong involvement in conducting equipment performance reviews. Strong involvement in root cause analysis on critical production installations. Continuous monitoring of new developments in the field of professional maintenance. Monitoring, evaluating and piloting new technologies to support the reliability targets. Lead execution of site and/or cross-site and strategic reliability projects and initiatives

Take up process ownership and drive continuous improvement.

Monitoring of work process. performance as well as manufacturing equipment reliability performance. Identifying and scoping opportunities for improvement, and follow-through on realization. Overseeing and connecting  cross-sites optimization and best practices. Acting as formal spokesperson during internal and external audits in relation with site asset management. Keep senior management informed on reliability performance through reports program status by creating, maintaining, and presenting written reports on project and program status, tests, costs, issues, and performance against established targets on a regular basis.

Qualification Requirement:

Bachelor degree or above, major in mechanical, automation, PE etc.

At least 5 years working experiences in Maintenance/Production/Engineering.

And 2 year additional Lean/Process Excellence/Six Sigma knowledge is preferred.

Pharmaceutical, Healthcare production, FMCG or electronic industry is preferred.

Strong ERP system application skill and Strong Data Analysis skill.

Strong communication skills in local language as well as English.

Strong self-motivation of working under dot-line and remote organization

Strong Leadership and communication skills.