To support Manufacturing/Facilities/Utilities operations in troubleshoot and resolve all automated, electronic, pneumatic mechanic and programmable logic controlled equipment in a timely manner and take proactive, predictive and preventive measures to assure proper functioning and equipment/systems reliability. This position must comply with all Security guidelines, Environmental Health and safety regulations and the current Good Manufacturing Practices required by the job function. Performs preventive/corrective maintenance to all facilities, utilities and operations equipment, troubleshooting of programmable logic controllers and ladder logic programs and, repairs pneumatic, electric and electronic instrumentation. Maintains all computer base software of all automated facilities/utilities/operations equipment updated and other tasks related with Automation Systems. Creates new applications in the plant’s Building Automation System. Prepares all area software back-ups and documentation in accordance with establish procedures. Assists in selecting automated equipment. Supports the integration of computerized machines, data communication ports, modems, etc. Performs necessary modifications to existing equipment depending on the operation requirements. Performs various administrative tasks. Writes and review operational and safety SOP’s on Automated Equipment; improves procedures and develops new SOPs based on observations and experiences. Prepares reports, fill out records to comply with internal and external regulations. Orders spear parts through the computerized requisition system. Assists in the start-up, commissioning and validation functions, as required. Assures that all facilities, utilities and operations equipment comply with minimum Safety & Operational requirements. Creates job plans and spare parts list for automated equipment to be added into the Preventive Maintenance System. Attends to all mandatory training meetings for cGMP’s, EHS and Company Policies. Participates in special projects and during audits and regulatory inspections as required.
Electromechanical Automation Technician (3rd Shift)(Job Number: 1700962)
QualificationsAssociate Degree in Electronics/Mechanic or Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Electronics or Computer. Three (3) years of working experience within an industrial environment with at least two (2) years of relevant combined experience in programmable logic controllers and production maintenance function within a pharmaceutical manufacturing plant. Capable to read and interpret complex electronic/electrical drawings and specifications. Capable to understand and use computers and software packages. Capable to troubleshoot problems for highly technical equipment and instrumentation. Strong analytical and mathematical calculations skill plus understanding of calibration procedures as they apply to pharmaceutical equipment. Knowledge of CGMP’s, local/federal regulatory requirements and documentation procedures pertaining to pharmaceutical manufacturing plant. Capable to write technical reports/procedures. Knowledge in Distribution Control Systems. Effective written and oral communication skills both Spanish and English. Capable to interact with external vendors/customers. Capable to plan work schedules and set priorities with a sense of urgency and meet deadlines. Customer service oriented and self-starter. Availability to work irregular hours, rotating shifts, weekends and holidays when required due to business needs.
Bristol-Myers Squibb is an equal opportunity employer - Vet/Disability
Job Function : Equipment Maintenance Tech Spec - Tech
Primary Location : NA-US-PR-Manati
Organization : GMS - BDO