Maintenance Tech, Sr. Lead
The Framingham Facilities Operations (FFO) department is responsible for providing corrective and preventive maintenance and support services for the building(s), equipment and shared utilities at the Framingham site. FFO is directly responsible for reliable, efficient and sustained operation of the facility and all equipment. Additionally, through daily tasks, FFO supports current project operations and site goal objectives and ensures compliance with regulatory, corporate, and site requirements.
Position Overview with Key Responsibilities
Perform daily operations, maintenance, and repairs on utility systems, manufacturing equipment, and building systems in a highly regulated, 24x7, cGMP environment with supervision.
Operate, troubleshoot, and repair complex utility systems which may include WFI, RODI, Clean Steam, CIP, Autoclaves, Glassware Washers, production vessels, HVAC, Cold/Warm Rooms, MV and LV electrical distribution, control systems, compressed gases, plant steam/condensate, bulk chemical distribution, and wastewater treatment under little to no supervision.
Interpret P&IDs, equipment/system layouts, wiring diagrams, and specifications in planning and performing maintenance and repairs.
Write/revise accurate operational procedures, training documents, and maintenance procedures for various utility systems.
Supply information and technical data for securing spare parts.
Provide responsive customer support with an emphasis on customer satisfaction.
Perform startup and commissioning activities as required.
Work in a collaborative team environment and interact with other support groups such as Engineering, Validation, Quality Assurance, and Metrology
Perform preventative and corrective maintenance on manufacturing process-related equipment within a cleanroom environment.
Complete and provide accurate documentation, as required in cGMP operations.
Oversee work and provide training for less experienced maintenance technicians and/or new technicians.
High School Diploma and 5+ years of experience performing operations and maintenance on utility systems, HVAC systems, and/or manufacturing equipment.
Able to work in a dynamic, cross-functional maintenance team supporting other functions, including HVAC, utilities, and process maintenance.
Able to read schematics, loop diagrams, and P&IDs
Able to work independently under little to no supervision in a team environment.
Proficient computer skills utilizing MS Office suite applications, Building Management Systems, Distributed Control Systems (DCS), and Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)
Proficient written and verbal communication skills
Experience with current predictive maintenance technologies such as infrared thermography, vibration analysis, and ultrasonic testing
Experience working for a maintenance organization in a cGMP Biotech/Pharmaceutical manufacturing environment.
Licensure in any of the following areas: Wastewater Treatment, Refrigeration/Air Conditioning, Electrician, or Plumbing
Experience in operating and maintaining mechanical systems in a cGMP or other regulated environment.
Special Working Conditions
Requires working in a clean room manufacturing environment including gowning.
Required to work 12-hour rotating shifts, which includes alternating weekends.
Able to climb ladders.
Able to lift up to 50 lbs.
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