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PharmaForce, Inc. Maintenance Technician II 1st Shift in New Albany, Ohio

Nature and scope A technical position involving instrument calibrations and operation intended to keep the facility instrumentation and equipment (i.e. process, utility, and general equipment) within compliance of cGMPs. Essential duties and Responsibilities Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time. * Perform Calibrations * Follow written calibration procedures. * Accurately complete calibration paperwork, including work orders and logbooks in accordance with existing company policies, procedures, and Current Good Manufacturing Practices, health and safety requirements. * Perform calibration of all types of plant instruments, including coordinating access to equipment working around customer's needs. * Maintain calibration documentation that demonstrates each instrument's NIST Traceability. * Maintain and troubleshoot facility standalone instrumentation and control systems. * Review and update calibration procedures based on field experience. * Identify opportunities for improving Calibration program. * Provide leadership and technical direction to fellow technicians on technical details. * Execute Repairs * Respond to customer requests and/or alarm conditions. * Assess instrument failures/breakdowns, systematically identify problems, and restore to operation. * Accurately document repair activities. * Support Quality Assurance investigations of instrument failures/breakdowns. * Contractor Support * Support contractors performing tasks within building. * Ensure that contractor employees follow company safety and cGMP standards. * Oversee technical quality of work performed. * Lead Small Projects * Identify improvement projects, develop scope and estimates, and manage small (* Perform required calibrations on instrumentation and equipment per schedule and SOPs. * Perform any other tasks/duties as assigned by management. * We all must embrace the QUALITY culture. Qualifications and Requirements * H.S. diploma or G.E.D. is required. Associates Degree in Electronics or Military (PMEL) training preferred. * 5-10 years of experience in instrumentation/calibration in a manufacturing or lab environment required. * Experience working in a Pharmaceutical or similar regulated industry preferred. * Must be comfortable in the use of Microsoft Office Applications, including Microsoft Word, and Excel. * Good knowledge of CMMS (computerized maintenance management) systems. * Good knowledge of principles and theory of pressure, temperature and weight sensing devices. * Good knowledge of electrical systems and electronics. * Good understanding of pneumatic, electrical, and mechanical control systems such as PID Controllers, smart devices, programmers/communicators, and multimeters. * Good understanding of engineering principles as they apply to facility and production equipment. * Good knowledge of instrumentation field wiring and to PLCs (Loop Powered and self-powered instruments, RTDs, thermocouples, etc.) * Details oriented. * Hands-on ability to isolate problems and identify root cause of issues. * Ability to focus on problem at hand in systematic manner. * Able to troubleshoot complex systems and instruments. * Ability to clearly describe technical issues. * Ability to clearly and neatly document work performed. * Ability to revise calibration procedures that clearly define required tasks. * Ability to proofread other's work for accuracy. * Working knowledge of OSHA safe work practices. * Good understanding of cGMP, GDP, and FDA requirements as they apply to maintenance a plus. * Good knowledge of NIST applied to calibrat