Instrument Tech A - United States
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|Instrument Tech A|
|Elanco is a global research-based company that develops and delivers product and services to enhance animal health and production. We value innovation, both in scientific research and daily operations, and strive to cultivate a collaborative work environment for more than 7,000 employees worldwide. Founded in 1954, Elanco is a division of Lilly. Our worldwide headquarters and research facilities are in Greenfield, Indiana.|
|The maintenance instrument technician has the responsibility of maintaining building and equipment assets in Animal Health production areas, so that the equipment is available on demand to the customer. |
Instrument Technicians/Maintenance Electricians (EL/PR) are multi-crafted craftspersons performing predictive/preventative work on electrical and instrumentation needs around the plantsite. This position will be responsible for PMs, removing, repairing and re-installing malfunctioning equipment per written or verbal instructions using manual & powered tools, testing equipment, performing work on low voltage electrical equipment, and knowledge of medium voltage switching.
KRA #1: Provide Safe Work Environment - Attends monthly safety meetings and actively participates in the development of action plans to eliminate our serious and minor accidents. Always wears appropriate PPE. Follows all safety policies and procedures and zero serious safety violations. Maintains safe and neat work area.
KRA #2: Personal Development - Maintain 100% current on ITP. Develops Performance Management Plan objectives and actively participates in the Performance Management process. Makes effort to sharpen craft skills and shares knowledge. Shows interest in/is developing skills not necessarily part of their own craft. Attends departmental training programs. Makes efficient use of time.
KRA #3: Satisfy Work Requirements - Flexible with work schedule for business reasons. Starts and ends shift on time. Is rarely absent. Reasonable and flexible with breaks and lunches. Knowledgeable in the use and care of tools. Accountable for effective cross shift/functional communications. Enters complete WO closing notes into MAXIMO. Is a self-starter.
KRA #4: Communication - Seeks out or creates partnerships with operations. Communicates with customer prior to beginning work to understand and set customer expectations. Carries job to completion including customer follow-up.
KRA #5: Operates in Compliance with Regulations - Fully integrates QSOPs into daily operations and identifies and initiates changes that are needed. Follows through and corrects discrepancies found in documentation, drawings, BOMs, etc.
|Demonstrated strong interpersonal and communication skills, team player, motivated toward proactive maintenance, good troubleshooting skills, good organizational skills, and able to work independently. Technical aptitude and interest in instrumentation equipment /electrical equipment, and high school education, knowledge of industrial instrumentation equipment (i.e., pressure transmitter, flow control devices, transmitter control devices). Ability to perform in a safe and proficient manner. Formal training and industrial maintenance experience desirable. Formal training will be a prerequisite for advancement. Craft level will be determined from experience and training, trouble shooting, diagnosing problems and print reading. Knowledge of digital control systems, Allen Bradley PLC, Foxboro IA “fieldbus” instruments and trouble shooting, diagnosing problems and print reading. |
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Safety minded and flexible with work schedule required.
Associate Degree preferred