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Maintenance Specialist (Critical Utilities)

I8130

DPS currently have a requirement for a Critical Utilities Maintenance Specialist working client side with a Pharmaceutical client on a new Biotech start up facility in North Dublin.

Category:
Safety
Location:
Ireland
Years of Experience Req.:
3 Years+
Date Posted:
18/06/2020
Days Remaining:
30
Employment Type:
Contract
Education Level Req.:
See Description

Critical Utilities Maintenance Specialist  

DPS currently have a requirement for a Critical Utilities Maintenance Specialist working client side with a Pharmaceutical client on a new Biotech start up facility in North Dublin.

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Development, review and approval of technical information including Safety Risk Assessments, Work Plans, Commissioning documents and CMMS data.
  • Establish Equipment Criticality and apply appropriate reliability and asset management strategy based on criticality
  • Ensure compliance to all Safety, regulatory GMP and Environmental requirements.
  • Working with technicians and other functions to develop Prescriptive, Predictive and Preventative maintenance program to ensure designated site equipment operate safe and reliable. Optimise work tasks, ensure spare parts, tools or other services are available when required.
  • Investigate equipment failures or deviations to find root cause and implement effective Corrective and Preventative Actions. 
  • Provide technical training to colleagues.
  • Develop and manage KPI’s - ie People, Safety, Quality, Delivery and Cost performance.
  • Support Engineering Excellence Initiatives – participate in local and corporate programs. 
  • Pursues and use new technologies and methodologies.
  • Own the initiation, management and closure of change initiatives. 

Role Requirements:

  • Experience of operations and maintenance of utilities in a biologics facility which should include Water, HVAC and Electrical Systems
  • An engineering qualification with evidence of continuous professional development.
  • Having a minimum of 5 years in an Engineering role with extensive cGMP experience, ideally covering GMP Critical Utilities Equipment Engineering. 
  • Knowledgeable of mechanical, electrical, control and automation systems maintenance requirements.
  • Experience of writing Operating Procedures.
  • Experience in root cause analysis and writing GMP deviation investigations.
  • Experience of continuous improvement and maintenance optimisation techniques.
  • Some experience of data analytics, reviewing of trends and development and management of alerts.
  • Working knowledge of SAP or another Maintenance Management System.
  • Knowledge and Experience of Utilities Safety requirements, Statutory Inspections and Contractor Management 

 

DPS is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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