Senior Asset Officer

Location Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
Discipline: Life Sciences
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £40K
Contact name: Carrie MacDonald

Contact email: carrie@requireconsultancy.com
Job ref: REF: 6825
Published: 24 days ago
Expiry date: 27 September 2021

ReQuire Consultancy are pleased to be working with a leading local organisation based in Salisbury, who are currently looking for an experienced Senior Asset Officer to join their growing team.

Working within the Engineering department and reporting to the Asset Manager, you will be responsible for the asset management of all company assets using MAXIMO CMMS.

Main duties include:

  • Asset on-boarding using the site asset management system.

  • Working closely with new project implementation as SME for the Asset management team and Calibration.

  • Onboard of assets to Maximo with the correct job plans and preventative maintenance schedules.

  • Ensuring all equipment and utilities are accurately linked for traceability through MAXIMO CMMS.

  • Regular review of all assets related non-conformances to identify any failure trends and provide recommendations to eliminate or improve practices, to minimise failures and ultimately reduce numbers of non-conformances generated within the engineering department.

  • Provide the required specialist technical input to ensure preventative maintenance schedules are designed to ensure assets meet the required level of compliance and reliability.

  • Liaising with instrumentation suppliers and specialist engineering contractors to ensure compliance is always adhered to with new supplied instrumentation and contracted resource.

  • Utilise SME status to assist with management of engineering stores using detailed knowledge of current calibration practices and instrumentation to always ensure compliance.

Person Specification:

  • Educated to degree level in a life/applied science subject or equivalent level qualification or significant experience of working at a similar level in delivery of calibration services.

  • Experience in Preparing Detailed GMP Engineering Technical Documentation.

  • Experience of current available Pharmaceutical Instrument technology and its subsequent sizing/selection to support Pharmaceutical Operation.

  • UKAS Accreditation.

  • Experience of working within a GMP Quality System, in particular, change control, Non-Conformance management, CAPA, discrepancy/deviation, and documentation management.

  • Experience of negotiating and agreeing work programmes, reporting progress, dealing with issues to ensure delivery and customer satisfaction

  • Specialist knowledge of Calibration of equipment relating to GMP pharmaceutical production facilities.

  • Excellent communication skills, diplomatic and tactful approach to colleagues.

For more information, please contact Carrie today or click apply!