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Engineering Technician (Electrical Bias)

Deeside, Flintshire, CH5 2UA

To support our growth, we are recruiting for an Engineering Technician with an electrical bias who will report to the site Head of Engineering and be responsible for the provision of a timely and compliant Engineering service to support manufacturing operations and other customers.

Key Responsibilities

  • Assist in the implementation and provide input into the new Planned Maintenance System, for equipment, components and electrical installations based on maintenance reviews and FMEA techniques.
  • Provide input into critical spares provision in liaison with Engineering Co-ordinator, Production, Warehouse and QA.
  • Use of the PPM system using Safety Work Permits, Risk Assessments & Method Statements for the repair, maintenance and electrical testing of all major electrical equipment.
  • Oversee the electrical testing (RCD’s and PAT) of equipment on site, maintenance of the electrical testing schedule and records generated.
  • Overseeing the installation of new electrical equipment, components and fittings onsite, ensuring the Engineering Co-ordinator has the necessary documentation, warrantee, serial numbers etc.
  • Monitor and maintain all lighting fixtures and fittings.
  • Troubleshoot equipment breakdowns and report accordingly providing resulting recommendations.
  • Carrying out site maintenance, according to visual boards/software/work orders etc to ensure all planned and corrective work is completed on time.
  • Reaction to alarms generated by the FMS Pharmagraph monitoring system and responding to alarms.
  • Liaising on site with external maintenance contractors with contractor control.
  • Engineering requirement of CAPA and the Change Control site system.
  • Attend Training programmes for Legionella, use of process gases and supplier equipment training.
  • Ensure that written records for work undertaken are kept in accordance with cGMP and company procedures.
  • Ensure all Engineering procedures and personnel act in compliance with all Health & Safety Guidelines, with reference to COSHH and Health & Safety at Work Act 1974.
  • Monitor, record and control of site LV distribution boards and rectify any issues.
  • Check and monitor sub-station LV switchgear and mandatory checks.
  • Contribute to team building, training and problem-solving initiatives internally and cross site.
  • Represent Engineering on project teams and in meetings to provide Engineering knowledge and experience.

Skills & Qualifications:

  • HNC or equivalent qualification in a Mechanical Engineering subject area
  • At least 5 years’ experience of working in a pharmaceutical controlled Engineering environment is essential.
  • Good understanding and application of cGMP and regulatory requirements.
  • Excellent communication / interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent organisational skills.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Be a team member and demonstrate leadership skills.

We award our teams with a highly competitive remuneration package which will be discussed at interview stage with salary expectations of c. £25,000 – £30,000 DOE p.a plus other benefits including a generous holiday entitlement of 25 days plus 8 bank holidays plus a Xmas shut down – (if applicable 3 days gratis holiday during that period) and a 3% contribution to a workplace pension (Peoples pension).

In the first instance, please attach your CV and current remuneration details/expectations together with a brief covering letter.

 

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