Remedi SeniorCare

  • Mechanical Reliability Engineer

    Location US-TX-Houston
    Job ID
    2018-2110
    Functional Area
    Automated Solutions
  • Overview

    Remedi SeniorCare is one of the nation’s TOP TEN long term care pharmacies. We offer nursing homes and assisted-living facilities everything they need to provide better care to their residents by delivering highly responsive pharmacy solutions.

     

    Our Pharmacy delivers life-saving medications to thousands of residents every day. Our team members enjoy modern facility equipped with customer-inspired innovative technologies.

     

    Mechanical Reliability Engineer is responsible for maintaining and operating production equipment to optimize availability, quality and speed inclusive of both mechanical and electrical subsystems. 

     

    Work closely with Electro Mechanics, Operations Manager and Production Supervisors to help guide efficient operation of the Dispensing Systems.

     

    Troubleshoot and repair hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical and electrical equipment, conveyors, PLCs, robots, vision systems and computer controlled devices,

     

    Responsibilities

    Responsibilities will include maintenance of production equipment:

    • Maintain and/or improve system performance to design specifications.
    • Perform routine maintenance and inspections on dispensing and unit dose packaging equipment within priorities and on time.
    • Where authorized, operate Dispensing and Packaging systems in support of the fulfillment Operations Technicians, to ensure that the Systems are operated as designed and runs are completed on time.
    • Troubleshoot system issues and take corrective actions independently, while minimizing production downtime.  Highlight system issues for permanent corrective actions and process improvements.
    • Requisition repair materials, machine components and parts. Maintain and organize spare parts inventory.
    • Responsible for assembly and testing of various mechanical devices and complete systems according to blueprints, written or verbal specifications with minimal supervision.  Documentation and/ or specifications may be ambiguous.
    • Define training and preventive maintenance programs to optimize and maintain equipment.
    • Use of computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) for tracking work orders, calibrations and spare parts.
      • Monitor spare part usage
      • Order spare parts to ensure proper inventory levels
    • Training
      • Train production operators/ employees/EM’s as appropriate for set-ups, operation of all equipment, etc.
      • Review and provide constructive feedback for shift passdowns and completed work orders.
    • Normal work schedule is Day shift Monday through Friday. Some evening and weekend support will be required for project implementation and issue resolution.  Supervising Engineer will also be one of the employees in the Paxit support on-call rotation with primary on-call support responsibilities for one week every 4-6 weeks
    • Provide scheduling and coordinate coverage for Electro Mechanic vacations
    • Responsible for safety compliance personally and with equipment.
    • Coordinates and participates in special projects and/or rebuilds.
    • Liaison between Remedi and outside contractors for HVAC, Generator and Air Compressor systems.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical, Electrical or Packaging Engineering, or related Engineering field (Chemical, etc.)
    • 3-6 years of electro-mechanic experience in a manufacturing environment
    • Proficient in use of power tools/ measuring devices
    • Basic background in general machine shop practices and experience with 220V power
    • Must be able to communicate effectively both verbally and written with English as the primary language.  \Must have exceptional leadership skills with the ability to motivate and lead, strong problem solving abilities, and a strong customer service focus.
    • Project management and/or supervisory experience

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