Overview

Reference Number: JO-2402-529630
Calibration Technician
Rate: Negotiable
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Elstree, Borehamwood

CPL Life Sciences are partnered with a Pharmaceutical Manufacturing company based out of Elstree, Hertfordshire who are looking for a Calibration/Instrumentation Technician to join their team on a permanent basis. 

Duties to include the undertaking of fault finding/repair and calibration on a wide range of equipment, including routine preventive and breakdown maintenance. In addition, you will be required to develop and commission new and existing instrumentation and control systems.

Maintenance, calibration, repair, and continual development of all process and utility equipment within the mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and control scope of the Engineering Department with due regard to all relevant regulations, guidelines and practices.

Duties to include the undertaking of fault finding/repair and calibration on a wide range of equipment, including routine preventive and breakdown maintenance. In addition, you will be required to develop and commission new and existing instrumentation and control systems.

Maintenance, calibration, repair, and continual development of all process and utility equipment within the mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and control scope of the Engineering Department with due regard to all relevant regulations, guidelines and practices.

Routine calibration of utility, process and laboratory instrumentation.

Experience of calibrating various equipment, including pressure, temperature, flow, pH, UV, conductivity, level and weight sensors.

Knowledge of replacing, repairing and setup various instrumentation.

Collate and review calibration data, looking for adverse trends and highlighting failures.

Support the installation, commissioning, and development of complex pharmaceutical equipment.

Maintain documentary records relevant to all aspects of the job, both electronic and manual systems. 

Maintain and use GMP documentation for all aspects of the job as expected within a pharmaceutical environment.

Drive continuous improvement to all engineering processes and procedures through knowledge, innovation, and teamwork.

Provide a calibration service which is in accordance with company procedures and all manufacturing operations.

Assist with Installation, Operational, and Process Qualification processes for new and existing equipment.

Carry out autonomous maintenance activities as required.

Drive and deliver safe working practices in accordance with current legislation.

Act with due regard of current environmental legal requirements and BPL requirements.

Ensure that all statutory engineering tasks are carried out in accordance with legal requirements and recorded accordingly.

Ensure all activities are carried out within the Right First Time principle.

Make decisions relating to the successful completion of each task in hand, including – but not limited to;

• Root cause identification

• Technical specifications

• Operational requirements

• Maintenance planning and scheduling.

Ensure that parts and equipment comply with the required quality standards within the pharmaceutical and GMP environment.

Make technical decisions relating to engineering tasks and their impact on Operations, seeking guidance where necessary.

Decide on individual work priorities within managerial guidelines.

To be considered you must have 3-5 years experience within a similar role, a GMP background with calibration skills & your own transportation. 

Please send all applications and enquires to jamie.keith@cpl.com

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