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AutoReqId 33327 Title Facility Maintenance Technician (Power Engineer) City Charlottetown State / Province Prince Edward Island Country Canada Company Overview Elanco is a world leader in developing products and services that enhance animal health, wellness and performance. Elanco products contribute to the production of an affordable and abundant supply of food. Our half-century of innovative products, services and global partnerships help to fulfill our vision of food and companionship enriching life. Responsibilities Working with team members from all departments to ensure all building and process system equipment in the Charlottetown facilities are maintained in compliance and good working order to minimize down time..Responsible for all steam, purified water and pressure systems within the Technical Operations site. Troubleshoot, repair and maintain various facility components which may include, but is not limited to, plant steam boiler and distribution system, clean steam generator and distribution system, air compressors and distribution system, HVAC, and refrigeration systems as well as other process and facility equipment such as autoclaves and fermenters.Maintain a strong relationship with the provincial inspectors to ensure equipment and regulatory compliance at all times.Maintain, disassemble, assemble, monitor and repair various production/quality equipment; with potential support to the R&D Victoria PEI facility. Oversee and assist in the coordination of on-site contractors to perform outsourced maintenance activities as well as capital project work. Must demonstrate a strong safety ethic through knowledge of safety systems and demonstration in the field via LOTO, working at height, confined space, hot work, etc.Learn, adhere, develop and revise the relevant the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP s), safety and other departmental site rules and regulations.Must manage GMP documentation such as change controls, corrective actions, deviations and/or quality events, etc. Perform and document corrective, preventative, and predictive maintenance on key support equipment.Understand equipment function impact on product quality.Understand and troubleshoot control systems for critical equipment.Work with internal customers to supply day-to-day needs, and expand on customer needs for longer term projects.Support and keep up-to-date the maintenance database for all equipment /systems, and complete maintenance work orders on a daily basis within the facility or other facilities as needed.Work in conjunction with Facilities Manager and Facilities team to control cost of operations through ideas, innovation, and trainingManage PO and expense reporting in a timely manner 33327BR Basic Requirements: Education and Experience Education: Post-Secondary Trade completion of a 4th Class Power Engineers License is a requirement.Experience: Min. 4 years experience within maintenance environment. Experience in a GMP production environment preferred. Strong troubleshooting abilities and multitasking in different trade disciplines.Strong safety background Must have a valid drivers license. Professional Certification/License: the professional certification/license required to perform the position.At minimum 4th Class Power Engineering License for the Province of Prince Edward Island. Additional Skills/Preferences Key Performance Indicators: Maintain equipment operational efficiencies and utilization within manufacturers effective operation specifications.Perform tasks and operations within established standards.Support overall Site objectives on Safety, Quality, Customer Service and Cost.Appropriate response time for high priority calls.Accuracy of all required departmental documentation Must ensure zero maintenance and quality overdue activitiesAbility to follow specific proceduresFlex hours possible,Requirement to be on-call, may require after hours work and week-end work.Ability to lift (up to a maximum of 50 lbs.), climb, squat, and work in confined spacesMaintain provincial regulatory & equipment compliance at all times.Observes and follows Elanco policies and procedures Additional Information Lilly will conduct, at its own expense, background search (including verification of educational credentials, contacting three of your personal references) of the successful candidate. Eli Lilly Canada is committed to employment equity. We encourage applications from qualified women, members of visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples, and persons with disabilities. Please do not contact us via phone. We appreciate all who apply; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.Candidates must be legally eligible to work in Canada. Eli Lilly Canada does not sponsor work permits or other employment visas.
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