Engineering Technician – Nights
Make a positive impact, in a team where it means more
At AstraZeneca, we put patients first and strive to meet their unmet needs worldwide. Working here means being ambitious, thinking big and working together to make the impossible a reality. If you are swift to action, confident to lead, willing to collaborate, and curious about what science can do, then you’re our kind of person.
This is a fantastic opportunity as an Engineering Technician (nights) based at our Macclesfield campus. The site supplies products for most of the AstraZeneca therapy areas for global markets, and thus has phenomenal opportunities. You will be aligned to an area which is benefiting from large investment, and this is an excellent opportunity to experience this unique fast moving and dynamic environment whilst ensuring production levels meet given demands in a period of change.
In this role, you will deliver and sustain business objectives through providing engineering (Mechanical, Electrical and Instrumentation) expertise to maintain equipment / systems, resolving problems and implementing improvements, whilst always following GMP, SHE, and Financial requirements.
What you’ll do:
Hold responsibility for maintaining and calibrating manufacturing equipment and support systems in accordance with maintenance strategies and schedules of work. The manufacturing process takes place in a controlled GMP environment adding a unique rigour and methodical approach to the maintenance programme of work.
By providing good customer service and maximising equipment availability, you will ensure a timely response to breakdowns, and provision of effective customer feedback. Through systematic fault-finding and problem solving, you will strive to understand instances of downtime, improve availability through identification of maintenance improvement, and drive the asset up-time by detailed investigation ensuring the delivery of closure actions.
You will set up systems / equipment in a timely manner, and right first time in order that functional performance aligns with operational parameters and statutory requirements. You will lead formal and informal training of less experienced Technicians, and mentor Operators to improve asset performance.
Using lean and manufacturing tools (such as RCM, RCA and CBM) you will actively participate in and deliver continuous improvement activities and projects. Working with your engineering colleagues you will support change initiatives required to drive ongoing business improvements by ensuring positive and constructive communication to enable and establish effective team working.
A good ability to fault find using structured problem-solving tools to support the GMP, SHE or productivity investigation processes. Working within a highly compliant and regulated industry you will ensure that GMP, and SHE regulations are adhered to.
Recognised apprenticeship in Engineering HNC (or equivalent) in an electrical or multiskilled engineering field
Demonstrated delivery of results in a fast paced manufacturing environment
Experience in Fault finding in electrical services
Knowledge of the principles of work planning & control – able to plan and manage own workload
Ability to determine the root cause of breakdowns and implement preventative actions to prevent reoccurrence
Knowledge of Lean Manufacturing tools and maintenance processes e.g. 5S, RCM, TPM
Ability to coach and provide training to operational teams
Good working knowledge of computer systems such as SAP, Microsoft Word and Excel
Operating knowledge of procedures and compliance with GMP & SHE requirements.
IEE/IET 18th Edition
PLC fault finding
Experience of working in a pharmaceutical environment
Please note: This role will be working nights and will therefore include a generous shift allowance. The rota will be discussed more at interview stage but would include working nights Monday to Thursday on a weekly basis.
There are so many fantastic employee benefits that AstraZeneca offer! A competitive salary, private healthcare, a fantastic holiday allowance, phenomenal training and development opportunities, and much more.
So, what’s next…
Are you already envisioning yourself in this role? Good, because we can’t wait to hear from you!
We look forward to receiving your application no later than midnight Monday 28th February
Competitive Salary and Benefits
Opening date: 14/02/2022
Closing date: 28/02/2022