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Location: Pleasanton, Ca
The “Sr. Equipment Maintenance Technician” position has the following responsibilities for the Engineering Services group. This group supports the Pleasanton manufacturing plant by maintaining, calibrating and repairing laboratory equipment.
- Performs maintenance, testing, troubleshooting, calibration and repair on a variety of manufacturing and testing Instrumentation.
- Carries out routine repairs on a daily basis.
- Provides technical support to internal customers on operational or maintenance aspects of system equipment.
- Works independently and prioritizes work schedule of service calls a majority of the time, may require direction from Lead or Supervisor sporadically.
- Maintains own tool inventory to ensure adequate supply to perform duties.
- Works with team and administrator to assure there is adequate supply of spare parts in stockroom (Specifies and requests purchase of components).
- Performs all administrative duties including documenting maintenance and repair calls in SAP as well as completing required documentation and reports.
- Proficient and compliant with ISO standards and practices.
- Education: Minimum AS in Electronics/mechanical/electro-mechanical
- Experience: 1-2 years repair experience (Field Service or In-House Service)
- Experience with the following is highly desirable:
- Robotic instrumentation (especially HPLC, Hamilton, Bravo, and Biomek FX)
- Handling Hazardous materials
- Handling Hazardous waste
- Liquid handling Robots
- Pneumatic instruments
- Mass Spectrometry
- Knowledge of GMP, ISO 9001 and or 13485 Standards
- Experience with general handheld tools plus multi-meters and other electronic test equipment.
- Experience with manual pipetting
- Broad knowledge of state of the art optical imaging, precision motion control, microfluidics, automation systems, and signal processing technologies.
- Experience with FDA regulated system development/design control is a plus.
- Advanced technical writing and verbal skills to produce reports, documents, and communicate with customers.
- Must be able to work effectively alone under minimal supervision and complete assigned work targets in a timely manner.
- Excellent organizational skills, including the ability to efficiently evaluate, prioritize and handle multiple and changing work tasks and priorities.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to interpret and summarize scientific/technical results in a clear, concise, accurate manner.
- Demonstrated ability to formulate and solve problems.
- Must be flexible to work swing shift, weekends and overtime if needed.
- Experience with Solid Works