Calibration Technician III – Night Shift
|Position(s):||Calibration Technician III – Night Shift|
|Number of openings:||1|
|Is this contract, contract-to-hire, or DH? Length of assignment:||Direct Hire|
|Reports to:||David Prather|
|Team:|| FE group (calibration, maintenance people) |
He’s in calibration team. 8 maintenance members.
|Location (tell us about the campus):||Boulder, CO|
|Reason for need:||Support graveyard|
|Bill rate/Pay rate range ||$31.25/HR – $40.00/HR + 15% Shift Differential|
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|Anticipated start date:||asap|
|Shift time: ||12-hour Shift 7 pm – 7:30 am / Sunday – Tuesday/wed (every other week till wed) |
BUT: for the first few weeks/months (until trained up) they will be working from 7am-4:30pm Monday-Friday.
|Objective the role:||Support and perform calibration to instrumentation within a clean room environment.|
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| ||4 hours, meet with various folks (director of FE, engineer of FE, David, CalTech and maintenance person)|
| ||Depends on time of year |
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Our client is an award-winning biopharmaceutical contract services organization providing fully-integrated, accelerated drug development and biomanufacturing services to pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies globally.
Title: Calibration Technician III – Swing Shift
Location: Boulder, CO
12-hour Shift 7 pm – 7 am / Sunday – Wednesday/Thursday
- Provide day to day Calibration and Maintenance/Utility functions including but is not limited to:
- Perform calibration to process equipment and instrumentation as required by established guidelines and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s), Training Modules (TRN), and Technical Documents (TD).
- Ability to conduct troubleshooting by use of equipment manuals and drawings, identifying root cause, and assist in determining appropriate corrective actions for equipment failures. Generate and assist with resolving Deviations, CAPA’s to instrument and equipment.
- Assist and troubleshoot with maintenance personnel with general facility repairs not to exclude lighting, walls, floors, windows as well as troubleshoot equipment and systems, including mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, or hydraulic circuits (motors, pumps, compressors, boilers, chillers, and purified and domestic water systems)
- Create, and update equipment/instrumentation within Computer Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
- Make recommendations and revise required Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), Training Modules (TRN), and Technical Documents (TD) for process equipment/instrumentation and support utilities
- Train Calibration Technicians on effective SOP’s, TRN’s, and TD’s
- Provide “on-call”
- 5-9 years of applicable (Metrology, Instrumentation, Calibration) experience or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
- High School diploma and a two-year degree in Engineering, Life Sciences, other related technical field or equivalent military training
- Prior experience in a cGMP pharmaceutical manufacturing environment
- Strong understanding of Standard Operating Procedures, Corrective Preventive Actions, and Deviations
- Understand 4-20 mA loops; low voltage, 120 VAC/DC
- Knowledgeable of National Institute of Standards Technology (NIST) and/or equivalent
- Familiar with USP 41 requirements
- Familiar working within Computerized Maintenance Management System to schedule and document work performed
- Knowledge of general OSHA safety requirements and plus
- Must be able to read P&ID’s and electrical schematics