Austin Vita are currently recruiting a Maintenance and Calibration Analyst for a new, 6-month contract position supporting an established, Medical Device and Diagnostics business based in Scotland. Working on a programme due to run through year-end, the client are undertaking a major project focused on the review and re-development of their maintenance, calibration and asset care/asset management processes across the site. As such, this is a fantastic opportunity to join a great business at the perfect time and to play a key part in an exciting, business critical project.
As Maintenance and Calibration Analyst, you be tasked with supporting the client with the migration to a new, cloud based CMMS. You will be supporting them to revise, improve and, where required, create new maintenance, calibration and equipment operation procedures, covering all equipment on site. Additionally, you will be responsible for providing end-users with guidance/training on any new processes and procedures.
The core experience they are looking for centres on prior CMMS, preventative maintenance and calibration experience, ideally in a Medical Device, Diagnostic or Pharmaceutical environment. Working as part of a wider project team, your experience should include working across manufacturing and laboratory equipment, instrumentation and site utilities (HVAC, purified water etc.) With respect to CMMS, familiarity with Maximo would be highly desirable, though experience with other systems will be considered.
If this position is of interest and you would like to discuss it in more detail, please submit your CV in response. Alternatively, please get in touch on the contact details provided.
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