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Shire Manufacturing Technician II in Social Circle, Georgia
The Manufacturing Tech II position is responsible for executing commissioning and validation activities in addition to other facility start-up support activities. The role will then transition to an operational manufacturing shift associate position where it is expected that the incumbent executes all manufacturing department processes in production while strictly adhering to cGMP, environmental health and safety guidelines, and any other related regulation which could apply.
This position is expected to demonstrate skills of the Manufacturing Tech II, which include:
developing a process understanding of primary work areas (Buffer prep, IG Bulk and/or Purification). Execute activities on manufacturing floor in accordance with schedule; involves effective communication and working with other departments. Troubleshoot and identify atypical processing conditions and how to respond to them. Provide a moderate level of troubleshooting and diagnosis and assist with repair of equipment such as columns, vessels, skids, and CIP/COP systems; may include executing simple preventive maintenance tasks. Basic knowledge of Delta V, PLC-based process control systems, Human-Machine Interface (HMI) configuration. Basic knowledge of instrumentation and mechanical systems such as controllers, indicators, analyzers, control valves, sensors, pumps, etc. Contribute to a culture of safety first in compliance with Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) through all manufacturing associates and production engineers. Understand and follow Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) packets. Ensure execution of processes in production while strictly adhering to all regulations which could apply.
In addition, the Manufacturing Technician is expected to:
Understand supplier/customer process streams and interdependencies.
Ensure timely and accurate generation of process documentation, and review documentation
Train others on complex processes and explain process to others.
Execute minor document Change Control
Generate work orders.
Must have customer services and leadership attitude to take ownership of any maintenance problem.
Sets up, Operates and maintains aseptic filling process equipment for ongoing operations. This may include COP washers, Autoclaves, Tank CIP/SIP stations, Rotary Vial Washers, Depyrogenation Tunnel, Isolater and Vial Filler.
· Participates in the commissioning, start up, evaluation of new equipment.
· Performs preventative maintenance inspections concerning operation of equipment and mechanical condition of equipment.
· Responsible for participating in new equipment installations by interfacing with the maintenance department and process project engineers.
· Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot mechanical and electrical components.
· Perform general troubleshooting and maintenance of equipment while maintaining production schedule.
· Provides training to other Manufacturing technicians.
· Operate various HMI screens (PLC, Delta V) in support of process equipment (i.e. washer, autoclave, filling line, cap machines, etc.).
· Follow instructions for completion of job tasks.
· Complete written documentation of work performed.
· Must possess the ability to work independently and effectively with peers, and display strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
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