Electrical Maintenance Shift Technician
Location: Dublin West
Overview of the role:
The electrical maintenance technician is responsible for the execution of the preventive and
corrective maintenance program as per the Client/PPU requirements.
Day to day of the role:
- Carry out work as per schedule supplied by the Maintenance Coordinator, Planner and as per site policies, schedules and procedures.
- Troubleshoot problems with utilities equipment as necessary and as directed by site supervisors.
- Complete site documentation before and after work tasks, as appropriate.
- Liaise and Work with the Shift/Day Maintenance team on all Utilities Equipment.
- Liaise with Contractors during planned service maintenance.
- Participate in the appropriate training.
- Carry out Risk Assessment of Equipment Maintenance Task List steps and ensure these are always kept valid.
- Update MTL’s as appropriate.
- Carry out Periodic reviews of EWI/SOP to ensure documents are always current and valid.
- All work on site to be carried out in accordance with site EHS (Environmental Health and Safety) and Dalkia EHS rules and guidelines.
- Perform other related duties as required by the Area Supervisor.
- Be familiar with all GMP rules and regulations
- Be familiar with Statutory requirements
- Be responsible for ITP and ensure missing requirements are completed
- Participate in Audits of the Mechanical rooms and follow up on actions
- Ensure all tools and equipment are kept in good condition
- Manage the execution of the utilities maintenance program and organisation structure in order to achieve and sustain optimum reliability, maintainability, useful life, and life cycle cost for utilities assets
- Implement and participate in utilities reliability programs as per the Pfizer Global Reliability Program (GRP).
- Drive local reviews of maintenance performance data using published maintenance excellence KPI results, areas that will be reviewed and improvements sought:
-High levels of paperwork
-Maintenance man-hours per equipment/system
-Equipment reliability trends
- PM program content is to be reviewed on regular basis to remove non-value added activities’ and duplication.
- Develop long term (5 year) life cycle costing for asset replacement plans (equipment moving towards end of life)
- Ensure that the CMMS system contains the most up to date information regarding equipment data, spares and maintenance man-hours.
- Maximise maintenance wrench time utilisation through effective planning.
Required skills for this role:
- Mechanical/Electrical experience, 2 years minimum and good understanding of the basic fundamentals of the various utilities systems.
- Pumps, HVAC Systems, Compressors, Boilers, steam systems and ancillary services, (DHW skids), Chillers, Cooling Towers, Clean steam Boilers, Purified Water Systems, CIP systems, Low /Medium voltage Electrical Systems
- Building Management Systems (Scada)
- Good understanding of Preventive Maintenance Systems.
- Work within a Computerized Maintenance Management Work Order system environment.
- Experience with Facility Start Up.
- Work within a documented Permit to Work System
- Computer literate
- Ability to read and understand P&ID’s.
- Understanding of SOP’s and GMP Engineering systems.
- Understanding of Basic Instrumentation
- Must be able to demonstrate hands on experience with detailed knowledge/skill in the following area’s:
- Troubleshooting/repair of Low & medium Voltage Electrical Systems
- Troubleshooting / repair of Mechanical systems
- Team Player.
- Attention to detail
- Methodical & Analytical approach to work.
- Good problem solving and trouble shooting ability.
- Good Initiative and Pro-active attitude in approach to duties
- Senior Trades, City & Guilds or equivalent in Mechanical / Electrical engineering