Calibrates, troubleshoots, and performs necessary corrective actions to ensure reliability of equipment and adherence to regulatory requirements by applying knowledge in automation and measurement technology. Completes work on time, identifies and executes improvements to equipment, processes, and work instructions relative to all business, laboratory, manufacturing, packaging, facility and site equipment.
Manufacturing equipment includes (but not limited to) equipment such as Fluid Bed Dryers, Granulators, Tumblers, Compactors, Tablet Presses, Encapsulators, Scales, Valves, Isolators, and various other process equipment.
Packaging equipment includes (but not limited to) equipment such as Bottle Blower/Erectors, Tablet/Capsule Fillers, Liquid Fillers, Thermoformers, Water Chillers, Cartoner, Sealers, Checkweighers, Labelers, Printers and various other process equipment.
Site facility equipment includes (but not limited to) HVAC, building automation, chilled water systems, boiler systems, water purification systems, and compressed air systems.
Executes test protocols developed by Optimizers and/or Engineers in support of the qualification of new and existing equipment. Consults with Team Lead, Process Coach, or Engineer/Optimizer and communicates results. This may include support for Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) or Site Acceptance Testing (SAT) and related travel. Works with Optimizers and Engineers on projects and improvement initiatives to ensure equipment meets site standards. Reviews project designs and make recommendations for automation, measurement equipment, or calibration standards. Actively participates in and leads team initiatives such as 5S, continuous improvement activities (CIAs), maintenance best practice initiatives, and performance center (PC) meetings to identify and resolve calibration and equipment issues on a real time basis and improve business performance.