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  • Calibration SME


    • ID:893561
    • Location: UK
    • Category:E&I Engineer
    • Positions Available:1

    Overview

    Our Client, a service provider to the Pharmaceutical, Food and Utility industries currently require a Calibration Subject Matter Expert for a Pharma Client in the UK.

    Responsibilities
    • Developing calibration SOP’s, Job Plans / Work Instructions / Management plans
    • creating the sites Calibration Management Plan
    • Ordering and maintaining all the sites Calibration Standards
    • Dealing with out of tolerances
    • Verifying calibration executions have been completed in accordance with Site procedures.
    • Verifying documentation relating to calibration data input, changes and retiring of instruments follow
    good documentation practices and maintain data integrity in the CMMS (InforEAM and CMX).
    • Verifying that:
    • Appropriate calibration standards have been used.
    • Accuracy, range and any calculations are correct.
    • Calibration methods are appropriate for the type of measurements being undertaken.
    • Verifying Third parties used for the calibration of process instruments and reference standards are
    approved where appropriate (GxP equipment).
    • Verifying overdue / failed calibrations are assessed for risk for quality and safety critical instruments.
    • Supporting remedial activities for the calibration service.
    • Providing governance / compliance reports on a weekly basis to the Site management team.
    • Provide support to the calibration planning team.

    The duties do not include the execution of calibration activities.


    Candidate Requirements
    • E&I or Instrumentation Apprenticeship or B.Sc. Degree in instrument / electronic engineering or
    equivalent.
    • 5+ years of combined education, training, and experience in instrumentation calibration measurement
    and control preferably in Pharmaceutical Industry
    • Knowledge and experience working in a cGMP regulated facility.

    Job Details
    • Start: 1 July 2019
    • Contract Term: 6 to 9 Months
    • Days Per Week: 5 Days per week

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