Job Title: Engineer II, Manufacturing
Reports to: Engineering Supervisor
Group / Division: LSG / GSD
Career Band: 5
Job Family: Engineering, Manufacturing
Position Location: Warrington, UK
Working in ISO 5 & ISO 7 clean rooms, wearing personal respirator hood PPE to carry out daily tasks
Responsible for PMs, calibrations, and servicing on key equipment
Supervision of contractors, FSE and service providers
Planning of personal work requirements
Adopting a ‘minimise downtime, increase availability’ attitude
Understanding and safe use in workshop tools (hand tools / automatic tools)
Ability, enthusiasm, and drive to become learner to user: DNA synthesis on AKTA and ABI-394 platforms.
Understanding and use of CMMS (computerised maintenance management system)
Routine maintenance of associated laboratory, manufacturing, and workshop equipment.
Completes documentation to GDP standards.
Maintenance activities within the clean room environment, including clean transfer of tools and any other work associated materials into the clean-room.
Responsible for supporting and complying with the Company's safety and hazardous waste management program, including safe hazardous waste handling and good housekeeping
Assisting with PRs (Problem Reports) and investigations when problems arise.
Continuous improvement in understanding of quality and productivity concepts as they apply to all work performed, services offered, communications and products.
Able to manage workload independently within scope of activities agreed with Supervisor
Flexible approach to work and willingness to learn.
Ability to work well alone and as a team.
Ability to adopt SCRUM methodology and utilise as a planning/scheduling tool
Ability to manage multiple priorities and to work under pressure with strict attention to deadlines and details.
Excellent time management & organizational skills
Strong communication and problem-solving skills
Ability to manage and contribute to CI based projects
Daily communication with manufacturing, engineering peers, production planning and value stream personnel, site leadership team
Contractors, FSE, suppliers, manufacturers
Engineering modern apprenticeship / time served (i.e.City & Guilds / BTEC / NVQ Level 3).
Minimum HNC qualification in engineering
Multi skilled (Elec/Mech)
Engineering career goal
Other Job Requirements:
Adhere to EHS policies and procedures and ensure a safe and healthy workplace environment
Experience of working in an ISO13485 certified environment is required
Robotics and automation experience
Pneumatic knowledge and experience
Please note we offer annual bonus and paid overtime.