Maintenance & Systems Engineering Graduate

  • Contract
  • Cork

Website TPM04811

Summary:
Our client is a multinational pharma company based in East Cork, currently seeking a Maintenance & Systems Engineering Graduate who can start in June or July. The successful graduate will work with competent and motivated professionals, be managed and supported by a team that values their skill and commitment.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the set up and management of the maintenance program for all utilities, production and packaging equipment.
  • Safety Champion of all utilities, production and packaging systems.
  • Set up of specifications and standard procedures to align with industry standards.
  • Act as SME for internal and external inspections programs.
  • Monitoring of day to day performance of site equipment.
  • Complete periodic audits of all utility systems.
  • Measuring and maximizing the uptime of utility, production and packaging systems.
  • Data trend analysis of all performance aspects utility systems and equipment to identify and proactively manage performance trends.
  • Ensuring the preventive maintenance schedule for their system is successfully implemented.
  • Ensuring that a critical spare parts list for their system is identified and appropriate levels of spares are maintained.
  • The definition and scoping of all process improvement activities relating to the system.
  • Anticipating, solving or escalating problems as appropriate.
  • All design reviews associated with equipment purchases.
  • Troubleshooting of performance trends.
  • Risk assessments and mitigation projects relating to system performance.
  • Support of new product introductions and introduction of new equipment.
  • The development and execution of FAT, SAT and IOQ protocols.
  • Representing Utilities / Maintenance department on site-based teams involved in implementing new technology, products or business processes to the site.
  • Continuous improvement programs and all performance improvement projects.
  • Reviewing and approval of changes to operating procedures and the change control process relating to the system.
  • Working in a collaborative manner within the Process Teams structure and contributes to investigations, NC and CAPA closure.
  • Develop a “reliability” centered asset care strategy for the sites equipment, with the following core pillars: equipment criticality and spares assessment, predictive maintenance techniques, fit for purpose PM program, technician driven RCA program and FMEA techniques.
  • Assist in the management of all required external contractors and suppliers for engineering.
  • Ensure all safety action (ATS, Concern Reports) assigned are actioned and closed in a satisfactory manner.
  • Aid the engineering department in the closure of all safety actions.
  • Ensuring that plant and equipment is operating in a compliant manner and that all activities are conducted to meet GMP regulations, site and corporate quality standards and any additional regulatory requirements as required
  • Ensure that all health, safety & environmental requirements are fulfilled in accordance with the responsibilities defined in the company safety & environmental statements
  • Attend daily morning meeting with the team to ensure alignment with company and production goals and objectives; (Safety, Quality, Schedule Adherence, Cost).
  • Support all platform meetings.
  • Continue to drive improvement through certified lines and other lean programs.
  • Suggestions: surface ideas and suggestions from team. Support suggestions scheme program.
  • Drive CI within shift: Be proactive in surfacing continuous improvement initiatives. Drive improved yields and efficiencyQualifications & Experience:
  • Pursuing a relevant third level qualification in Bachelor of Engineering or Science.
  • Candidates must have a minimum of 2.1 Grade in their degree course.
  • Strong academic performance and extracurricular achievement.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and proven track record of teamwork, adaptability, innovation, initiative and integrity.

To apply for this job email your details to orla.daly@tandempm.ie.