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Automation / Electronic Technician - Support Specialist (2nd Shift) job in Hicksville

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Novartis Pharmaceuticals jobs
New York (NY), Hicksville
Job Code:  248007BR
Employer:  Novartis Pharmaceuticals
Category:  Operations
Job Type:  Full Time

Location
Country:  United States
State:  New York (NY)
City:  Hicksville
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09/05/2018

Description
Troubleshoots repairs and maintains a wide array of Compounding, Packaging and Facilities equipment including but not limited to mixing kettles, washers, mills, pumps, tube fillers, bottle fillers, collators, over-wrappers, labelers and induction sealers.

Supports and assists in the installation and qualification of new equipment and controls; supports facilities systems and services as required.

Develops low to mid-level upgrades / improvements in support of operational improvements and CAPAs.

First responder, troubleshoot, diagnose and repair most electrical equipment problems with little or no supervision in all areas of the facility, documenting repairs in Maintenance and Repair Logs as per cGMP guidelines.

Perform and document scheduled routine preventative maintenance on electrical systems as required.

Communicates and works with Mechanics and Facilities Maintenance associates to resolve cross-over issues.

Maintains inventory of routinely used parts and supplies.

Supports installations of new equipment, electrical tie in of new equipment to new and existing lines.

Execute validation dry runs to identify inconsistencies in protocols; supports the execution of IQ and OQ protocols on new equipment and equipment modifications.

Research and identify "Functionally Equivalent" components for replacement of obsolete and unavailable components.

Provides necessary information for appropriate documentation of functionally equivalent components.

Assemble and install electrical equipment modifications, upgrades and improvements as directed by engineering personnel.

Plan and execute basic to intermediate level upgrades in support of equipment improvements and CAPAs.2 year degree or certificate in Electrical Engineering Technology.

2 years' experience troubleshooting, repairing and installing electrical control systems or 5 years' experience without degree with equivalent knowledge.
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