Engineer Night Shift

  • Cell & Gene Therapy Catapult
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Closing by 22/11/2019
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CT180_2_2019 - Engineer Night Shift

Posted: 29/10/2019 17:19

Salary: Competitive

Location: Stevenage

Level: Manufacturing Centre

Deadline: 22/11/2019 17:00

Hours: 42.00

Benefits: Competitive

Job Type: Permanent

Purpose of Role:

Reporting to the Head of Engineering & Facilities this is an operational role undertaking the day to day mechanical, electrical engineering & facilities management activities within the Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult manufacturing centre. The Engineering department operate 4-on/4-off shift pattern consisting of a ‘day shift’ working 7:00am-7:00pm and a ‘night shift’ working 7:00pm-7:00am to ensure all operational demands are met. During periods of increased operational activity, the Engineering department will incorporate an ‘on-call’ rota whereby they may be required to attend the manufacturing centre outside of main working hoursDuring periods of increased operational activity, the Engineering department will incorporate an ‘on-call’ rota whereby they may be required to attend the manufacturing centre outside of main working hours.

Key Accountabilities:

To partake in the facilities and engineering area quality compliance systems and ongoing improvement in quality performance and right first time culture. This will be in accordance with statutory, regulatory and company standards, procedures and systems regarding relevant cGMP and Quality Systems in the workplace.

The delivery of the Engineering Maintenance Strategy in a safe, quality-focussed and cost-effective manner. Specifically, to undertake a Preventive and Predictive maintenance strategy for all of the assets on site.

To take a leading role maintaining the facility as a profitable and reliable company asset. To maintain facility asset databases, maintenance schedules and technical SOPs.

Provide knowledge and technical support in the event of equipment and plant failure. To ensure preventative maintenance tasks are completed in accordance with the preventative maintenance plan. Report and repair any identified faults.

To ensure plant/equipment breakdowns are repaired in an efficient, timely & cost effective way. Reduced down time of plant/equipment, safer working environment, less accidents and improved efficiencies.

The delivery of the Engineering Maintenance Strategy in a safe, quality-focussed and cost-effective manner. Specifically, to undertake a Preventive and Predictive maintenance strategy for all of the assets on site.

Work to Good Engineering Practices (GEP) within the Maintenance Engineering department, including regularly engineering standards, housekeeping, adherence to business processes, and both GMP and Safety risks.

Follow the Work Order Management process, so as to drive efficient execution of maintenance tasks through detailed planning and scheduling.

Undertake high levels of PM and Calibration Schedule Compliance.

Participation in “out of normal hours working” will be required in instances of plant failure and/or increased operational activity.

Other key duties:

Ensure full compliance with Health, Safety, and Environmental legislation, including Statutory Regulations, Risk Assessments and Method Statements, Contractor Control, Fire Regulations and all other applicable legislation.  Partake in the Fire Safety regime including fire evacuation and training for all onsite staff.

Maintain excellent relationships with all CGT Catapult & Collaborator personnel and service providers ensuring effective feedback and communication is maintained at all times.

Work within the Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult manufacturing centre’s multi-disciplinary team and matrix environment to ensure successful delivery of CGT Catapult/Collaborator projects.  Liaise with Collaborators and other CGT Catapult teams to ensure resources are used efficiently & effectively.

Personal development – Pursue a programme of continuous personnel development in accordance with any relevant professional registration or statutory requirements.

Any other duty as required by the immediate line manager’s commensurate with the post.

Experience:

Proven industry experience working within a GMP manufacturing environment, ideally within the Pharmaceutical sector. Specific experience working within clean room environments and HVAC is highly desirable.

Experience of working within a GMP Engineering/Facilities management team in a pharmaceutical manufacturing facility ideally within a large multifunctional site.

Proven knowledge of EU/MHRA/HTA/HFEA and FDA regulatory requirements.

Proven knowledge of Environmental and Health and Safety legislation.

Proven understanding of Building Services, M&E systems, building fabric and BMS, EMS systems and operation.

Proven first-hand experience of working with PPM Systems.

Knowledge / Skills / Competencies:

Minimum 3 years’ proven experience in a similar role(s).

Proven ability to work on complex building related issues.

Very good written and verbal communication skills.

Be resilient and able to work well under pressure, prioritise a heavy workload and work both reactively and pro-actively.

Organised and accurate with a strong focus on attention to detail.

Excellent people skills with the ability to interact with a wide range of customer and Management needs.

Previous experience in managing contractor team(s).

Keeps up to date with professional knowledge, expertise and best practice.

A good team player with a hands on approach.

Education / Qualifications:

Educated to degree level or an equivalent recognised professional technical qualification.

Member of relevant professional institution e.g. CMI, CIBSE, BIFM, CIOB and evidence of continued Professional Development (CPD).

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