Production Technician/Mechanic

Position located: Putnam, CT
A Production Technician/Mechanic will be responsible for the set-up, operation,and maintenance of the production equipment. They will assure the product ismeeting quality standards as per operating procedure and assure preventativemaintenance procedures are value added and effective. Will also troubleshootand repair equipment issues as necessary.
EssentialJob Functions: Responsible for the setup, operation, andmaintenance of the production equipment; Assure quality of the product;Troubleshoot equipment when necessary (may require mechanical, electrical,hydraulic, pneumatic, and/or plc knowledge, skills, and abilities); Performpreventative maintenance to equipment as required; Propose revisions toexisting and/or new preventative maintenance procedures to improveeffectiveness and efficiency; Identify key spare parts; propose spare partslist and quantities; Manage spare parts inventory, purchase spare parts;Support supervisor to assure production schedule is met; Knowledge and abilityto move/transport and document universal hazardous and non-hazardous materialsfrom production area ; and perform other duties as required.
MinimumQualifications: High Schooldiploma with 5 years manufacturing experience, including maintenance andtroubleshooting of equipment or Associates Degree in a technical (mechanical)discipline with 2 years manufacturing experience, including maintenance andtroubleshooting of equipment.
Position Competencies: Must be detail oriented; have knowledge/experience of preventive maintenance, including mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, plc; Manufacturing experience in an ISO or cGMP environment a plus; Excellent read and write skills; Basic math skills; Manufacturing experience; Basic computer knowledge.
Other Requirements: Candidate must be detail oriented and disciplined; Applicable safety trainings such as: RCRA, DOT, etc.; Experience working in an Environmentally Controlled Environment; Bending, Heavy Lifting, Standing will be required; Gowning, PPE; Respirator may be required.

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