Reliability Engineer III-8297130115
McNeil Consumer Healthcare Division of McNEIL-PPC, Inc, a member of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, is currently recruiting for a Reliability Engineer III, based out of Lancaster, PA.
McNeil Consumer Healthcare Division of McNEIL-PPC, Inc markets a broad range of over-the-counter products, including TYLENOL® acetaminophen products, ZYRTEC® and BENADRYL® allergy medicines, IMODIUM® A-D anti-diarrheal, MOTRIN® IB, and SUDAFED® nasal decongestants.
The Reliability Engineer III will lead the Lancaster site reliability program and will be responsible for managing and optimizing the site maintenance system/processes (preventive and corrective). This individual will work in conjunction with quality, manufacturing and functional area managers/supervisors in the optimization of the support systems such as computerized maintenance management system, spare parts inventory, planning and scheduling. This individual will act as the Technical Lead for the site for equipment, utilities and facility.
The Reliability Engineer III will work with quality, operations, maintenance and engineering to support the site equipment reliability program and will lead continuous improvement process using equipment reliability improvement methodologies including Process Excellence tools, FMECA, Risk Analysis and Zero Defects. This individual will monitor the Site Maintenance System to ensure the effective use of resources and to maximize equipment reliability and reduce maintenance costs. This individual will optimize the spare parts inventory system and related processes to ensure that the inventory management system supports site reliability efforts. This individual will optimize the use of the Computerized Maintenance Management System as the central reliability measurement tool by ensuring accurate data collection/analysis and by establishing and monitoring reliability Key Performance Indicators. They will also optimize calibration program to make most efficient use of resources. The Reliability Engineer III will participate in and writes quality investigations as required and will be the owner of applicable action items.
The Reliability Engineer III will be the reliability SME to understand the critical aspect of product, component and labeling requirements in addition to being the point of reference for Audit and acts as SME. This individual will edit and author documentation (i.e. Standard Operating Procedures, work instructions) as necessary and will identify opportunities to improve procedures and assist in revisions. This individual will be SME and responsible for review and sign off of relevant documentation per the function (i.e. mfg) as required by the quality process in the execution of the relevant work. They will be a Power User in the applicable systems and roles assigned and will extract data from computerized maintenance system. This individual will possess working knowledge of master data and maintenance processed in computerized maintenance system. The Reliability Engineer III will drive implementation of continuous improvement actions and will acts as a champion for Zero defects/ Lean methodology and application of Lean concepts in work area. They will support the team in application of lean concepts and methodology. In addition, the Reliability Engineer III will extract, enter all commitments from regulatory documents, internal audits into the commitment tracking systems and will also monitor and follow up ensuring timely completion of all commitments. This individual will take necessary action to eliminate and immediately address safety hazards and communicate any observed unsafe behaviors immediately. They will qualify as a GMP trainer and provide training, as well as partner with training department to create training materials. Finally, the Reliability Engineer III will lead/perform Change Control processes in the completion of equipment/utility/facility changes and the documentation of the requirements.
All McNeil employees are required to cultivate an environment of quality & compliance in their actions. This includes attending all required training, adhering to the processes & procedures of their role and the company and displaying the highest level of integrity. Those who manage others are required to ensure their employees are trained appropriately, create & maintain an environment that promotes employee involvement and doing things right the first time.
A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or a closely related technical discipline is required. A focused degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering is preferred. A minimum of 5 years of relevant professional experience within a highly regulated industry such as the OTC, Pharmaceutical and/or Medical Device and Diagnosis industry is required. A demonstrated understanding and use of Pharmaceutical, OTC and/or MD&D regulatory, quality, and compliance requirements in a manufacturing environment is required. A working knowledge of FDA requirements for Good Manufacturing Practices is required.
This candidate must have working knowledge of SAP. Knowledge and proficiency with Statistical Analysis and Automated Systems are required. Previous project management experience is required. Previous experience working with Lean techniques is required. Six Sigma Process Excellence Tools, Training and/or Certification is preferred. EIT Certification is preferred. The ability to work in fast paced environment with multiple priorities is a must.
This position will be based in Lancaster, PA and may require minimal travel.
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Primary Location: North America-United States-Pennsylvania-Lancaster
Organization: McNeil-PPC, Inc. (6101)
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