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Instrument Engineer II
Ref No.: 19-07650
Location: Swiftwater, Pennsylvania
Instrument Engineer II
Biopharmaceutical Industry!!!!
Swiftwater, PA

Join a global biopharmaceutical company committed to healthcare solutions from prevention to treatment.  They turn scientific discoveries into medicine to improve human health.  Every day they dedicate their most important resource, the people, to support patients and families through their health journey.

Pay:
$47.32/hour
Schedule:  Working hours Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. with the possibility of working overtime and different days and hours to provide service as required

Job Overview: The Instrument Engineer II maintains compliance and good documentation across Metrology assuring that all practices, policies, and procedures are aligned with regulatory, global and site quality requirements.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for timely instrument reviews in area of responsibility
  • Responsible to enter instrument requests into ProCal and reviewing completed calibration records
  • Provides technical support and analysis for instrument-related deviations
  • Works with schedulers, reliability engineers and others to lead, coordinate or assist with small instrument-related projects
  • Completes assigned change control action items in a timely manner
  • Assists with system administration for ProCal (Metrology’s Computerized Calibration Management System)
  • Supports a strong Technical Services Safety Culture
  • Provides project and audit (Internal, Global, and Regulatory) support in Metrology
Experience: 0 to 24 months.

Skills
  • Experience in the installation and calibration of commercial or industrial instruments. Preference given to instrument engineering experience in a GxP environment
  • Experience with electronic instrument databases. Preference given to ProCal and SAP experience
  • Thorough working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint
  • Experience with GxP change management systems
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Able to receive the vaccines required to enter various production buildings and laboratories on site
  • Able to climb ladders and stairs, and walk around a large production site as needed
  • Able to use common hand tools, test instruments and calibration-related equipment
  • Working hours Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. with the possibility of working overtime and different days and hours to provide service as required
  • Will have to learn and adhere to all site safety and compliance procedures and requirements
Education:
  • Bachler’s degree or a comparable combination of education, training and job-related experience, i.e., worked as an instrument engineer or calibration technician. Preference given to related higher-level degrees.
Languages:
English (Speak, Read, Write)