Opus Staffing is looking for a Sr. Maintenance Mechanic for a growing global Pharmaceutical organization who will perform routine preventive maintenance and work orders and assists with installation of new equipment or systems and troubleshooting of equipment breakdowns.
- Troubleshoot problems with various electrical and mechanical controls; float switches, relays, micro-switches, cam timers, electrical and pneumatically operated valves and take corrective measures.
- Assist with troubleshooting of process Equipment and systems
- Experience with automated and PLC systems desirable
- Troubleshoot process systems in general including, systems and appurtenances of CIP, WFI, batching and alcohol recovery systems, and take necessary corrective measures where necessary with little supervision.
- Troubleshoot mechanical systems such as air conditioning, compressed air systems, Glycol systems and condenser water systems and take corrective measures.
- Troubleshoot refrigeration systems, controls and control circuitry.
- Install jobs with necessary control devices in a professional manner for process, mechanical, electrical and refrigeration areas when supplied with instructions.
- Execute work orders and preventative maintenance tasks on all assigned equipment following established procedures.
- Associates degree or higher in science/technology preferred.
- Minimum High School Diploma with training in HVAC, refrigeration, electrical or plumbing.
- Ability to give verbal and written instructions and complete work assignments in a timely and professional manner.
- Minimum of four years’ experience in the repair and maintenance in, a manufacturing facility preferably in a pharmaceutical or biological facility
- Knowledge of PLC systems desirable
- Knowledge and experience in the repair and maintenance of mechanical and electrical support equipment.
- Ability to read and understand mechanical and electrical drawings, schematics and flow diagrams.
- Computer literacy including knowledge of Microsoft Office and e-mail required. Knowledge of computerized building monitoring systems, preferably Siemens-Landis or Johnson Controls