Calibration/Metrology Technician

Location UK / Belfast

Job Type Permanent full-time

Salary Not disclosed

Updated 1 day ago

Reference 1418534

 Job Description

Excellent opportunity for Calibration / Metrology Technician based in Belfast.


Calibration / Metrology Technician

About Us

A valued and trusted partner to the world’s leading companies. We are committed to service excellence through our talented people who are empowered to be innovative and best in class.

Location: Belfast

Your Job Purpose

Working with the LotusWorks team you will be involved in process calibration, metrology and co-ordination of all activities.

Your Responsibilities

  • Complete scheduled calibrations as per client and LotusWorks procedures
  • Identifies, investigates and manages new and advanced metrology and inspection technologies.
  • Interact in a professional manner with client area owners and all client staff in order to get the preventative and corrective maintenance activities completed in a compliant and efficient manner.
  • Plan equipment downtime  where necessary due to on line calibrations, vendor’s availability to come to site etc.
  • Follow all procedures with regard overdue / quarantined equipment to ensure compliance from a calibration department point of view.
  • Follow calibration discrepancy procedures and follow up on items which you have calibrated and have escalated to a calibration discrepancy.
  • Follow decommissioning procedures and follow up on items which you have tried to calibrate and have escalated to an unfixable situation.
  • Get involved in continuous improvement suggestions for processes and calibration activities
  • Assist EHSQ monthly audits and investigations as required
  • Maintain all documentation in an organised and controlled manner in compliance with GAMP and FDA.
  • Work with team personnel as required to facilitate calibration activities

Requirements

  • Degree level in instrumentation, metrology or mechatronics OR Qualified Craft Technician
  • City & Guilds 225 Parts 1, 2 & 3, or Level 6 or higher in Industrial Automation & Controls, Applied Physics and Instrumentation, or Metrology.
  • 2 years working experience in industry, preferably in a medical Device or relevant GMP manufacturing environment.
  • Ability to read and understand technical manuals and engineering documentation
  • Excellent communicator.
  • Capable of successfully working within a team while having the initiative to self-resolve issues.
  • Literacy in Computer Operating Systems and applications such as Microsoft Windows, Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc.

Benefits

  • Life Assurance
  • VHI Healthcare Cover
  • Pension Contribution
  • Training & Educational Assistance (Engineers Ireland CPD Members)
  • Annual GP Check-Up
  • Extra Annual Leave
  • Healthcare Screening

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