Cpl in partnership with SK biotek Ireland are seeking to recruit a Maintenance and Reliability Engineer to join the Maintenance Department based in Swords, Co. Dublin on a temporary (contractor) 6 month basis.
The Maintenance and Reliability Engineer act as a key technical person responsible for proactive failure identification and resolution of repetitive failures and long term issues and to define the reliability strategy relating to their area of expertise. The role will assist with the identification of engineering solutions that will improve operational reliability of production processes and assisting the Maintenance Team in their implementation.
In addition, the role will be responsible for the provision of technical support to the Maintenance teams on site along with participation and providing technical support and expertise for departmental teams, cross functional teams and company initiatives.
The role will also involve:
• Project Manage the Pipework Integrity Programme, RBI (Risk Based Inspection) activities and PED (Pressure Equipment Directive) requirements onsite, including but not limited to planning, scheduling and coordinate all related inspections, as well as plan any corrective action as required and keep the CMMS updated with current asset integrity strategy.
• Maximising plant efficiency and utilisation with effective planning of maintenance activities and resources across the site. Support the day to day planning, spares parts optimisation and implementation of maintenance workflow.
• Developing, Implementing and promoting the use of reliability principles across the maintenance group including RCM, FMEA, PdM and PM optimisation.
• Perform Root Cause Analysis and assisting in the investigation and resolution of electrical, instrumentation and mechanical issues on process equipment and support compliance efforts related to Safety Events, Quality Events, CAPAs, S&OP review, change management and investigations.
• Ensure that maintenance routines, procedures, and work plans are developed to the necessary standards for best practice and ensure compliance with GMP and EHS regulations.
Education & Experience
• The successful candidate must possess at minimum a Level 7 Maintenance/Engineering qualification, preferable in Mechanical Engineering, or equivalent coupled with at least 2 years’ experience in a relevant role preferably in the pharmaceutical, chemical or related industry.
• High level of attention to detail, strong problem solving abilities and able to analyse technical reports and data trends and identify root cause.
• The ideal candidate must be able to demonstrate a proven track record in continuous improvement projects, Maintenance or Reliability excellence, a good knowledge of mechanical systems and display developed trouble shooting abilities.
• Experience with Pressure Systems Regulations (2012 - S.I. No. 445 of 2012) and/or non-destructive testing in pipework and vessels is a distinct advantage.
• Excellent communication skills and the ability to work in a cross functional collaborative environment.