Key responsibilities & Accountability:
Confers with engineers, supervisor, and other technical workers to assist with equipment installation, maintenance, and repair techniques.
Perform Calibration & Qualification of all analytical equipment as per the calibration master plan.
Pressure, temperature, flow, and level installation, calibration, and maintenance experience. Understanding of operations, safety considerations and applications for common analytical instruments including pH, Conductivity. Understand analog, digital, and relay field wiring and troubleshooting. SQL server experience.
Follow the calibration Procedure and perform the test / calibration by using Certified standard in his responsible Labs.
Fill the related SOP Attachment after performing the calibration and Label the Instrument.
Preparing protocols & reports.
Prepare work orders and complete necessary reports.
Enter all the calibration details into SAP system.
Performs preventative maintenance and troubleshooting on all analytical instruments in QC, RnD & IPC.
Install, repair, replace equipment such as relays, switches, supervisory controls, indicating and recording equipment.
Maintain equipment lifecycle management.
Reads and follows operation & maintenance SOP s.
Follow safety during work in all plant.
Bachelor's degree in Electronics Instrument Engineering
At least 1-year experience working in the same field in pharmaceutical companies.
Background in Analytical Instruments installations, trouble-shooting and service maintenance .
Experience qualifying analytical laboratory instrumentation (eg HPLCs, Spectrophotometers, FTIRs, etc.)
The candidate must be self-motivated and able to work under limited supervision. The candidate must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office products including Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Some overtime and off-shift work may be required.
Effective oral and written communication skills.
Has positive mind-set attitude.
Effective encouragement skills. Strong Analytical skills
Major Expertise in Chromatography and spectroscopy.
Strong Knowledge of cGMPs and data integrity requirements (21 CFR Part 210/211, Part 11) and analytical instrument qualification (USP 1058).
Knowledge in Electronics Engineer with a background in Analytical Instruments installations, trouble-shooting and service Maintenance. Major Expertise in Chromatography and spectroscopy.