Sanofi Group Maintenance Planner - Vaccine in Swiftwater, Pennsylvania
Summary of purpose/major responsibilities
The Planner Maintenance is responsible for assisting the Maintenance Manager/Deputy Director in the area by supporting the Workflow processes, design, installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of all site wide equipment in order to maintain a quality Class A environment in GMP and non GMP facilities at the Swiftwater site.
The Planner Maintenance supports the Workflow efforts of the maintenance team by reviewing SAP notifications, determining the priority of the work to be planned, developing a scope of work, developing a work plan, assigning skillsets and man hours required for the work, acquiring materials/parts to complete the work and preparing all documentation/permits required to ensure correct and compliant completion of the work.
This position reports to and supports the area team Maintenance Manager or Deputy Director who is ultimately responsible for the efficient, effective, and reliable operation of all equipment in their area. The Planner Maintenance will have interactions with all levels of the organization including HSE, Industrial Operations, Engineering, contractors, R&D, Mtech, and various other support groups.
Planning of work in SAP, establishing work priorities, and developing detailed job plans
Troubleshoot equipment failures, determine root cause, lead problem solving efforts, support projects
Assist and support other maintenance technicians performing preventive maintenance and /or repairs of site wide equipment
Completion of all assigned training modules, SOP’s, SWI’s, safety, and compliance requirements in the ISO train system
Responsible for maintaining a safe work environment
All other duties as assigned
Context of the job/major challenges
The Planner Maintenance is a member of a maintenance team that supports GMP and/or non GMP areas at the Swiftwater site.
The ability to plan, multi task, troubleshoot, evaluate and repair site wide equipment is critical to the success of this role and the maintenance department. This position requires the technician to lead and support the workflow efforts of the team and work on intricate and site specific equipment and systems. The equipment and systems include both GMP and non GMP areas.
The 7/24 GMP production environment requires maintenance technicians to work up to 25% overtime with short notice and working various shifts depending on business needs and production cycles. The Planner Maintenance interfaces routinely with the customer to provide reliable, safe, and efficient equipment operation and uptime.
The Planner Maintenance has the ability to influence and impact the Technical Services maintenance and contractor spending budgets with the recommendations and decisions that are made to plan work, establish priorities, and support other team members on the repair/replacement of faulty equipment.
The Planner Maintenance also has the ability to influence and impact the productivity and efficiency of manufacturing operations and other site support functions with the recommendations and decisions that are made to plan and repair/ replace equipment or facilities.
The work performed by the Planner Maintenance and documentation of this work has a direct impact on the manufacturing and facility operations and the quality results of the site.
The Planner Maintenance is expected to have a minimum 15 years’ experience and a working knowledge of Pharma process equipment and systems.
Experience with preventive maintenance and repairs on industrial and process equipment including but not limited to the following:
Air Handling Unit Operations
Tensioning of belts and alignment
Knowledge of VFD’s, VAV’s,
Knowledge of steam principals
JCI Metasys Systems
PLC’s and chart recorders
Clean rooms and air balancing
Pump repairs, rebuilds, replacement
Motor replacement and alignment
Schematics and the ability to read blueprints
Electricity including single phase and 3 phase 480V
Refrigerators, freezers, and incubators
Boilers, Chilled water systems, cooling towers
Replacement of valves and piping system repairs
Knowledge of SAP
High School Diploma/GED required
Associate degree in a specific trade program is preferred
The eight LEAD competencies are noted below. Please indicate which competencies apply to this position (the first four are the core competencies expected for all employees).
Act for Change
Commit to Customers
Strive for Results
Sanofi Inc. and its U.S. affiliates are Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employers committed to a culturally diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race; color; creed; religion; national origin; age; ancestry; nationality; marital, domestic partnership or civil union status; sex, gender, gender identity or expression; affectional or sexual orientation; disability; veteran or military status or liability for military status; domestic violence victim status; atypical cellular or blood trait; genetic information (including the refusal to submit to genetic testing) or any other characteristic protected by law.
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