About Thermo Fisher Scientific NZ
Over 250 employees bring a wide variety of skills and expertise to deliver world-class science products and solutions. Our manufacturing and distribution sites in Auckland and Christchurch (and satellite sites scattered across the country) cover a vast product portfolio, including lab equipment and chemicals, life sciences, diagnostics, microbiology and analytical instruments.
We deliver science solutions to a wide range of key markets such as academia and research; diagnostics and healthcare; environmental;
food, dairy and beverage; industrial process; life sciences; pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical.
Reports to : Maintenance Supervisor
Position Location : East Tamaki
Number of Direct Reports : None
How you'll make an impact :
Our LabServ site in East Tamaki is a plastic manufacturing site generally in laboratory consumables. The manufacturing plant runs 24 hours a day and all days of the week depending on workload.
Reporting to the Maintenance Supervisor, you are responsible for ensuring all plant and equipment is maintained in a condition that will allow it to be operated in a safe and efficient manner, enabling maximum utilisation of the facility.
What will you do?
Understand and work within the safety requirements as detailed in the LabServ Safety Manual and in accordance with NZ regulatory requirements
Organise and implement preventative maintenance plans
Communicate openly with all departments on all maintenance issues and the condition / availability of all plant and equipment
Liaise with maintenance contractors when required and ensure work carried out by contractors is completed safely and efficiently
Attend plant and equipment breakdowns in the molding department and process room.
Advise planning / management of maintenance issues
Supervise and manage direct (and when required non-direct) reports in maintenance activities
How will you get here?
Trade qualified mechanical or electrical
Current driver’s license
5 years or more experience in plastics industry or related manufacturing environment
Electrical / mechanical / hydraulic experience in fault finding and repair of injection moulding machines and manufacturing plant and equipment
What will put you ahead of the competition?
Proven team building and team participation skills
Background experience in maintenance of plastic molding machines, capping and labelling machines
Proficient in Microsoft applications, including Microsoft office.
Good communication skills
Knowledge of PLC (Programmable Logic Control) systems (preferred)
What’s in it for you?
Work in a collegial, customer focussed and motivated team
Work within a strong culture of process improvement and lots of great tools
Access to global systems training and professional colleagues
Ongoing learning and development opportunities on the job and through our own on-line Thermo Fisher University