Safely perform required levels of maintenance for mechanical, digital and analog instrumentation with proficiency rating of 30% of higher.
Complete safety and cGMP training, including cases, reads and technical requirements as a trainee.
Complete tasks and documentation using SAP, DMS, QMS, Excel, Work and other software tools as required by GMP requirements.
High School Diploma of Equivalent; AS or BS preferred (Electrical Engineering or Industrial Electronics or similar area of study preferred).
Some experience of cGMP experience or a technical military service background required.
Recommended ISA level 1 or higher (Preferred)
Proficient with the use of standard test equipment, electronic theory and basic troubleshooting skills. Preferred experience/knowledge of Delta V, Profibus and Hart instrumentation.
Software skills such as MS Office, Work and Excel Required. SAP, OneNote and Adobe are nice to have.
Self-motivated, diligent and must maintain a high level of integrity.
Maintenance tasks must be completed safety, accurately and on time per cGMP documentation. Must demonstrate the ability to focus on personal development as a trainee to complete requirements. Maintenance tasks will require a focus on safety and error prevention.
This is a rotating night shift. (7pm-7am).
A Calibration Technician must be able to safely complete monthly planned maintenance and demand tasks per assign cGMP procedures. This entry level role is designed to ensure instrumentation maintains required specifications levels. This requires multiple skill sets based on electrical theory, instrumentation knowledge, trouble shooting, processes, education, software skills, and prior experience.
Equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a qualified individual with disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.