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Engineering Systems Administrator, Dublin



Dublin, Ireland 

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Biotech/Pharma, Engineering, Science

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Job Description:

We are seeking applications for an experienced Engineering Systems Administrator for our client, who is a leading biopharmaceutical company based in Dublin.

The Engineering Systems Administrator is responsible for the operation and administration of the site Computerised Maintenance and Calibration System on the Company’s Site.  This position is responsible for all Infor (CMMS) Activities, maintenance of all Maintenance & Calibration Data.

Why you should apply:

  • This is an excellent opportunity to join a world class manufacturing operation, with an outstanding track record of reliably delivering high-quality medicines to patients around the world suffering serious illnesses.
  • There is a strong culture of continuous improvement and innovation within the company to strive for solutions that improve health outcomes and dramatically improve people’s lives.
  • Our client is developing the capability to produce all its medicines in Dublin, helping to ensure continuity of supply of our medicines as they expand internationally.

What you will be doing:

  • Maintaining the Computerised Maintenance Management System by adherence to all relevant SOP’s, policies and cGMP requirements.
  • Act as a subject matter expert for the site CMMS, Infor EAM.
  • Issue and maintain key performance metrics for the Engineering department.
  • Input all scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and calibration tasks in accordance with site policies and procedures.
  • Proactively ensuring that all Environmental, Health and Safety responsibilities are carried out according to EHS regulations and procedures.
  • Ensure the CMMS is maintained correctly, verification of all data entered.
  • Creation of all Equipment & Instrument Assets (Criticality Assessments / Tag Number Creation / Generation of PM & Calibration Routines)
  • Processing / Generation of all Planned Maintenance & Calibration Activities on a Monthly Basis
  • Development of key Reliability Metrics (KPI’s)
  • Document Control of all related forms for Maintenance & Calibration Activities
  • Provide support to Operations, Validation, Engineering and Quality where required.
  • Oversight of all Data Build Project Activities (Including support resources)
  • Attend Weekly Scheduled Meetings for all CMMS Related activities.
  • Other duties as required

What you need to apply:

  • Degree / Diploma in Science / Engineering
  • Relevant Industry Experience
  • Min 2-3 years, exposure in Maintenance, Facilities or General Engineering environment
  • Knowledge / Exposure to Calibration & Maintenance Activities
  • Problem Solving skills – demonstrated ability in the use of scientific methodology to problem solve.
  • 2-4 years’ experience working within a facilities, maintenance and calibration environment in a cGMP commercial manufacturing environment.
  • Prior experience with CMMS and Computerised Calibration Systems.
  • Good interpersonal, communication and problem-solving skills.
  • Must be knowledgeable of the regulatory and GMP requirements for maintenance activities, Instrumentation and Calibration
Company Info
Team Horizon
1 Cedar Crescent, Cedar Park, Westport, Co. Mayo
Westport, Ireland
Phone: +353 98 50600
Web Site: http://www.teamhorizon.ie
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