Calibration Manager, Hikari Plant応募後で応募 求人ID R0017738 掲載日 05/18/2020 Location:Hikari, Japan
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- Determine the policy for maintenance of the site (balances corrective/preventive/improvement work, subcontracting of maintenance work, training & skills, etc.) with the objective of improving efficiency and optimizing costs.
- Adapt the organization to the maintenance policy and develop the skills of the staff as a consequence.
- Consult, negotiate and choose the suppliers of maintenance services in collaboration with Purchasing.
- Construct the scheme for renewal of the equipment, and draw up the investment dossiers jointly with CAPEX Engineering.
- Contribute to the preparation of the scheme for long-term development of the production site.
- Determine the functional needs of the maintenance information systems.
- Oversee the management of maintenance for all production and process equipment, shutdowns, slowdowns, and turnarounds at the Hikari Plant.
- This includes day-to-day maintenance and operational support, shutdown scheduling and vendor management through strict adherence to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and cGMP's in a Pharmaceutical Manufacturing facility.
- Developing/managing Shutdown scope, schedules, and budgets using established Project Management Methodologies (PMM).
- Ensure completion of daily Work Orders (WO) and Preventative Maintenance (PM) work.
- Ensure a safe work environment is maintained through adherence to safety guidelines and policies and follow safety rules ensuring compliance with local regulation and laws.
EDUCATION, BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS:
- Bachelor’s degree in Engineering with 5+ years of applicable experience is required.
- Technical troubleshooting/problem solving skills.
- Be self-motivated and possess strong interpersonal skills.
- Have a thorough mechanical knowledge, using blue prints, equipment manuals, specifications, standard operating procedures, and be able to use proper judgment when taking corrective actions during equipment malfunction.
- Display a positive, professional and customer oriented attitude.
- Must have the ability to navigate electronic mail systems and intranet for communication purposes.
- Must have passion to innovate and drive for solutions.
- Must display personal accountability for results and integrity.
- Must display eagerness to learn and continuously improve.
- Must have people and organization management experience.
- Business level of English verbal communication ability and reading/ writing skills.
- Experience of working in other department such as production, technology operation, quality assurance and so on.
- This position offers an experienced individual a significant opportunity to establish best practices for Engineering of GMP manufacturing operations and packaging.
- Some travels will be required
- This job description is not designed to be a complete list of all duties and responsibilities required of the position.
Allowances: Commutation, Housing, Overtime Work etc.
Salary Increase: Annually
Bonus Payment: Twice a year
Working Hours: Headquarters (Osaka/ Tokyo) 9:00-17:30, Production Sites (Osaka/ Yamaguchi) 8:00-16:45, Research Site (Kanagawa) 9:00-17:45
Holidays: Saturdays, Sundays, National Holidays, May Day, Year-End Holidays etc. (approx. 123 days in a year)
Paid Leaves: Annual Paid Leave, Special Paid Leave, Refresh Leave, Maternity Leave, Childcare Leave, Family Nursing Leave, Philanthropy Leave.
Flexible Work Styles: Flextime, Telework
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