Engineering & Electronics
Maintenance Engineer – Cork
- Knowledge of GMP Process
- Lead equipment breakdown investigations.
- Ensure spare parts are linked correctly to the parent equipment.
- Ensure correct spares are in stock.
- Through data analysis and work with the craft teams identify re-occurring equipment issues and implement corrective plans.
- Work with the projects team to ensure maintenance and reliability are considered as part of the design phase.
- Introduce predictive maintenance techniques where they add value.
- Proven record of co-ordinating, leading and implementing FMECA (Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis) studies for process equipment.
- Proven track record of reviewing and simplifying PM’s through PM optimisation programme.
- Knowledge of root cause analysis techniques for equipment troubleshooting and implementation of correctives actions.
- Knowledge of process and utilities equipment.
- Participate in engineering team initiatives on an as needed basis.
- Ensure that the quality and engineering standards are adhered to.
- Ensure compliance to the Global Engineering Standards.
- Support Lab capital projects on URS generation and design reviews
- Day to day support for Lab utility and equipment related breakdowns
- Support Lab reliability strategy
- Assist with method statement generation and task supervisor ensuring jobs are completed in a safe manner
- Work with Lab LAMP vendor on cost improvement initiatives and integration of lab assets into SAP
Experience & Qualifications:
- 7 years process / project management experience with a degree in mechanical or chemical engineering.
- Chartered Engineer an advantage but not a requirement.
- Must have a thorough understanding and application of engineering principles, concepts, industry practices and standards.
- Must be able to provide solutions to moderately complex to semi-routine problems.
- Must have the ability to recognise deviations from accepted practice as required.
- Must be able to apply knowledge of current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs).
- Must be able to exercise judgement within generally well-defined procedures and practices to determine appropriate action.
- Must be able to work under own initiative and remove road-blocks.
- Normally receives no instruction on routine work and general instructions on new assignments.
- Strong verbal, technical writing, project management and interpersonal skills are required.
If interested please contact Seán on 021-4297900 or email@example.com