Sr Calibration Technician/ Sr Equiment Support Technician

1. Calibrates and performs preventative maintenance on process and laboratory instrumentation/Roche Brand equipment. Meets all schedules for calibrations and preventative maintenance.
2. Installs, maintains, calibrates and validates mature automated clinical instrumentation (Roche Brand Equipment).
3. Notifies Department Management when any instrument/equipment is nonconforming and follows up to ensure a timely response to the issue.
4. Assists/Leads in troubleshooting and/or repairing of instrument or equipment problems and resolving difficult problems in creative ways. Uses discretion and independent judgment to consider and determine appropriate solutions / actions.
5. Performs unscheduled calibration/preventive maintenance activities as needed to support owning departments.
6. Maintains technical department files (e. g. specification sheets, manuals).
7. Maintains department supplies required for performing calibrations/preventive maintenance, as applicable.
8. Coordinates with RMS department contacts to ensure timely calibration and/or preventative maintenance of instruments and equipment.
9. Participates/Leads in internal/external teams and relationships.

10. Performs training as required.

11. Performs calibration / preventive maintenance reviews / approvals, as applicable.

Education & Experience


Minimum (required): High School diploma and electronic technical training and a minimum of 5 years work experience in pharmaceutical/medical device/biomedical calibrations, or related field, or equivalent combination of education and work experience.

Preferred: Bachelor s degree or equivalent in engineering or related field.

Job-related Professional License(s) or Certification(s):

Required: Typically requires 5 plus years job related experience in calibration in pharma/biotech/medical device environment

Job-related Experience:

Minimum (required): Typically requires 2 - 6 years job related calibration experience in a regulated manufacturing environment (pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical or medical device) with basic knowledge of instrument support.

Preferred: ISA Level 1 certification; 3+ years in medical device industry, preferably hands on experience with medical instrument maintenance. Excellent inter-personal and customer relation skills

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