Automation Technician - Pharmaceuticals - Monroe, North Carolina United States - 37873
Automation Technician - Pharmaceuticals
Monroe, North Carolina - United States
$50,000.00 - $60,000.00 - US Dollars - Yearly
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WHY IS THIS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY?
The Automation Technician is responsible for supporting the Automation Engineer with troubleshooting, installation and commissioning of process, materials handling and utilities software and electrical controls for Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA).
Modify user accounts as needed for all Manufacturing Equipment equipped with HMI or SCADA per current SOP.
Support Automation Engineer in vetting new technology in lab environment.
Experience troubleshooting PLCs using at least one of the software packages listed below:
Rockwell - RSlogix 500/5000
Siemens - Step 7 Microwin
Mitsubishi - GX Works2
Experience troubleshooting OIP using at least one of the software packages listed below:
FactoryTalk View Machine Edition
Elipse E3 HMIsoftware
iFix SCADA software
Troubleshooting and Change-Over of vision systems.
Participate in factory acceptance testing as it relates to automation and controls.
Troubleshoot with the Maintenance staff to resolve automation and controls issues that arise in the operation as needed.
Work with the various disciplines at the site to coordinate execution of automation validation, commissioning, and turnover of automation projects.
Assist Automation Engineer change control processes.
Assist Automation Engineer with root cause analysis activities for automation and controls related incidents.
Verify that work instructions and other paperwork are properly in place.
Understands and follows the site’s EHS policy.
Perform any other related duties as required or assigned.
Complete all required training with in due dates.
Ability to cope with rapidly changing priorities based on current business needs.
AS or AT Degree in Electrical Engineering/Technology (2 year) required
3-5 years’ experience in similar technical role
Pharmaceutical manufacturing industry experience, preferred
Knowledge of mechanical and controls components
Must focus on safety followed by quality
Must be self-driven, and flexible and willing to work the necessary overtime required to meet goals including after-hours call in.
Electrical and programming troubleshooting experience
University - Bachelor's Degree/3-4 Year Degree