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East Swiftwater, Pennsylvanie; Swiftwater, Pennsylvanie
This position is 2nd shift.
Maintenance Technician (Electrician)
The Maintenance Technician is responsible for supporting the design, installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of all site-wide equipment in order to maintain a Quality Class A environment in GMP facilities.
This position reports to and supports the Area Team Deputy Director, Maintenance, who is ultimately responsible for the efficient, effective and reliable operation of all site-wide equipment in their specific area. This position will have interactions with HSE, Engineering, Outside Contractors/Consultants, Industrial Operations and Research & Development departments.
The ability to multi-task, troubleshoot, evaluate and repair site-wide equipment is critical to the success of this role and the Maintenance Department. This position requires the incumbent to work on intricate and site specific equipment and systems, with many being located in or directly affecting GMP areas and environments. The GMP production environment requires attention to the details and accuracy within good documentation practices.
The 24/7 GMP production environment that exists generates the need to work up to 25% overtime with short notice and the working of various shifts depending on business needs and production cycles. The focus to create and maintain a safety culture that is proactive and striving for zero injuries is of the utmost importance and an expectation for all employees.
The Maintenance Technician has the ability to influence and impact the Site Service Maintenance budget with the recommendations/decisions that are made to repair and/or replace equipment. The Maintenance Technician also has the ability to influence and impact the Manufacturing Buildings productivity and run time with the recommendations/decisions that are made to repair and/or replace equipment. The work performed by the Maintenance Technician and the documentation of this work directly impacts Manufacturing and has the ability to affect deviations within their area of responsibility, which directly affects product produced at the Swiftwater facility.
- High School diploma or GED required
- Minimum of two (2) years’ experience in an electrician mechanic trade or 1 year experience accompanied by an Associate degree/certificate in a specific trade program
The ideal candidate will have considerable experience and knowledge including but not limited to the following:
- Preventive maintenance and repairs on industrial and process equipment
- Generate / process work orders and record material utilized on a computerized maintenance-management system
- Air handling unit operations
- Inspect and test components of electrical systems, including transformers, transfer switches and switch gears.
- Knowledge of VFDs and soft starts.
- Survey electrical systems, circuits and plans
- Motor replacement and alignment and the various tools and techniques associated used
- Electricity including single phase and three phase 480V
- Knowledge of A.C and D.C. circuits and related components.
- Knowledge of the National Electric Code
- Ability to use electrical testing and measuring instruments
- Chart recorders
- Schematics, manufacturer’s installation manuals and the ability to read blueprints
- Motors and motor controls, energy management systems, fire protection system circuits, lighting and lighting controls
- Basic hand and power tools
- Ability to interpret, understand, follow and communicate instructions
- Ability to work well with others and be a strong team member
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