Growing contract manufacturer for single use, disposable medical devices is looking for a dependable individual to join our team. The Facilities & Engineering Technician should be a self-driven team player who has strong organizational and communication skills.
Reports to: Engineering Manager
Dotted Line Reporting to: Sustaining/Manufacturing Engineer
Direct Reports: N/A
- Schedule and coordinate with outside contractors/vendors for services supporting the facility and grounds. Including but not limited to:
- Fire alarm testing
- Dumpster pick-up and recycling pick-up
- Forklift inspection
- Chemical disposal
- Outsourced and/or internal janitorial services
- Provide support to EHS tasks and activities.
- Provide support to equipment calibration activities.
- Execute preventive and corrective maintenance to facilities and production equipment.
- Responsible for electrical/mechanical/pneumatic, troubleshooting and repair of facilities and production equipment.
- Responsible to order and maintain spare parts inventory for facilities and production equipment.
- Responsible for the tooling, cleanliness and organization of the machining workshop.
- Participate and provide support to Continuous Improvement Initiatives as required.
- Create and maintain technical documentation such as Preventive Maintenance Plans/Logs, Equipment Maintenance Reports, Fixture Files, Cleaning Logs, etc.
- Design and build test, measurement and assembly fixtures under direct technical supervision..
- Support execution of engineering protocols and functional testing as required.
- Execute search for tools/equipment to sustain daily functions and place purchase order requests as needed.
- Execute general “handyman” activities as requested.
- Occasional weekend and second shift hours will be required for scheduled tasks and support of production.
- Other specific technical tasks as assigned per supervisor or designee.
The Facilities & Engineering Technician is to be familiar with the following guidelines and procedures, as well as any related forms.
- Phase 2’s Quality Policy
- Phase 2’s Quality Manual
- Phase 2’s Assembly, Inspection, and Test Procedures
- Phase 2’s Standard Operating Procedures
• 2+ years technical/engineering training, Associates Degree/Equivalent Training or Experience;
• Knowledge of general shop tools;
• Use of Excel, PowerPoint and Word (Solid Works and Minitab are desired);
• Physical requirements will include prolonged standing, lifting, bending, climbing.
Competitive benefits offered; however, Phase 2 Medical does not offer relocation packages.
Unsolicited resumes from non-contracted recruiters will not be eligible for fees.