•Performs, assists with, or coordinates a wide range of operations connected with the installation, removal, repair, alteration and maintenance of all types of mechanic, electrical, plumbing, and other utility systems.
•Document Maintenance activities using SAP Plant Maintenance system. Oversee and coordinate the activities of a wide range of Facilities Management service providers. Must carry a cell phone and/or pager and be available to provide 24 hour "on-call" support for site emergencies on a rotating basis as required by local Facilities Management. May be assigned to act as primary or back-up SAP Plant Maintenance Coordinator.
• May develop, monitor and control annual budgets for assigned maintenance and repair services. This includes budgets associated with internally performed maintenance and external service providers. May oversee execution of small expense and capital projects as assigned.
•Monitor and update as required various administrative systems including, but not limited to, SAP Learning Solution.
•Performs masonry, plumbing, piping and utility equipment repairs, carpentry tasks, general construction and maintenance activities required for maintenance of buildings, hardware and mechanical systems. Performs construction and project-assist services as required: renovation, rebuilding, and parts replacement.
•Completes a wide array of corrective, preventive and predictive maintenance tasks per SOP's. Uses diagrams, sketches, operations manuals, manufacturer's instructions and engineering specifications to facilitate maintenance task completion, including inspecting and repairing pumps, fans, mechanical drives, seals, replacing components, etc.
•Must be able to work all shifts. Must be able to work in a team environment. Additionally, must be able to meet the demands of the facility in urgent and emergency situations by being available to work overtime, and possibly weekends and holidays.
•Working in a highly regulated cGMP manufacturing facility, performs a wide range of operations connected with the installation, maintenance, monitor, repair, alteration and removal of all types of mechanical and/or production equipment and machinery, and/or utility piping systems, and associated equipment. Assists with planning, development and layout of such operations. Assists in the inspection, testing, repairing and removal of chemical process equipment including instruments, electrical and /or mechanical components. Completes training requirements as defined in training plan. Provides complete written documentation of work including work orders, PM's, etc.) and maintains cGMP records related to maintenance and repairs.
•May, but not limited to, performing refrigeration troubleshooting and repair of refrigeration circuits and compressors for cold storage boxes, freezers and cascade systems, etc. Work with all common refrigerants, reclaiming refrigerants and documenting refrigerant inventories, and documenting significant losses according to EPA requirements. Perform troubleshooting and repair of HVAC systems including fans, dampers, diffusers, filters, cooling and heating coils, control devices and valves.
HVAC SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:
•Performs routine preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of refrigeration circuits and compressors, for cold storage boxes, freezer and cascade systems, etc. Works with all common refrigerants. Reclaims refrigerants and documents refrigerant inventories. Documents significant losses according to EPA requirements.
•Working knowledge of CO2 refrigeration systems a plus.
•Performs routine maintenance troubleshooting and repair of HVAC systems including fans, dampers, diffusers, filters, cooling and heating coils, control devices and valves.
Working knowledge of pneumatic controls along with operation of automated building management system a plus
•Other duties as assigned by management
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each responsibility satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the responsibilities.
Required: H.S. Diploma or GED equivalent
Technical/trade school specializing in electrical or mechanical systems
Must have pertinent experience in one or more of the following disciplines: Plumbing, pipe fitting, welding, electrical, refrigeration, HVAC,
Demonstrated thorough knowledge of general maintenance procedures
May require license, or Universal certification in HVAC.
4 years as a HVAC/ Refrigeration Technician or equivalent
3 years troubleshooting industrial HVAC systems and Refrigeration systems
Experience working in a GMP, clean room environment.
6 years’ work related experience
Experience working with cold rooms, -20 C Freezers, upright refrigerators & Freezers
Are equivalencies acceptable?