The facilities senior technician position is responsible for performing highly diversified duties to install, troubleshoot, repair and maintain production and facility equipment according to safety, predictive and productive maintenance systems and processes to support the achievement of the site’s business goals and objectives.
Responsibilities include maintenance of mechanical, pneumatic, and electrical systems.
Readily learns and applies new information and methods to work with facility systems including HVAC, boilers, chillers, purified water system and building repair.
Perform general building and grounds maintenance
Performs and documents equipment maintenance functions per applicable policies and procedures
Adhere to all safety guidelines
Comply with applicable Federal, State and Local Laws
Support EHS Policy and local EHS Plan
Participate in monthly EHS & Maintenance Steering Team meetings and training
Attend applicable off-site training
Conduct regular inspections of maintenance rooms, and tools and equipment used primarily
Perform Computer and Technical tasks
Maintenance functions (facilities or equipment)
Safely utilizes more complex tools/equipment to perform maintenance functions
Demonstrates understanding of metrology principles
Interfaces with/escorts external contractors
Takes actions to continually improve quality and safety in daily work. Actively participates in improving work processes to meet and exceed expectations. Identifies opportunities for improvement based on process observations, outcome measures, and feedback.
Reports errors in a timely and appropriate manner. Takes initiative and is accountable for areas of responsibility meeting regulatory requirements including but not limited to maintaining required trainings as appropriate to position requirements.
The ability to act calmly and patiently when working under pressure and/conditions of stress. Maintains integrity, composure, communicates with honesty, transparency, clarity and promotes alternative perspectives
High School Diploma/GED required, completion of a craft apprenticeship preferred
3-8 years of facility maintenance experience/general contractor experience.
Preferable to have experience in pharmaceutical industry Quality Assurance environment supporting US FDA pharmaceutical products or cGMP environment.
Experience & comfortable using a computer to log work
Ability to manage timelines and priorities
Familiarity with engineering drawings and maintenance work order system
Ability to hear, write (English), and speak (English) clearly in order to communicate in manufacturing setting - required.
Must be detail oriented, organized, able to multi-task, a self-starter, and self-motivated.
Ability to lift 50 Ibs. Bend, reach, stoop, lift and stand for entire shift of 8 hours or more required
Overtime work may be required
The primary work environment consists of a manufacturing facility for the production of radiopharmaceuticals, which must be kept clean, orderly, properly lighted and maintained in optimum operating condition. Employees handle radioactive materials and are exposed to very low amounts of radiation that are deemed safe by current standards. The facility is operated under well-controlled and closely monitored conditions that are regulated by both State and Federal agencies, and that are enforced by the corporate internal quality and regulatory group. Each staff member will receive specific training in keeping radiation exposures within regulatory guidelines and he/she will be routinely monitored for their exposure to radiation. Noise levels are considered low to moderate.
Cardinal Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex,
sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
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The receiving process is the most satisfying to me because I get to learn more about the products that I handle. I always ensure that we are not over- or under-receiving,
to prevent errors. I also train and certify new hires on how to use equipment. This is a great place to work, with great people.
Ibrahim, Associate II, Warehouse Operations