Pfizer Maintenance Planner in Andover, Massachusetts
The Maintenance Planner is a multifunctional role that facilitates the execution of EMU(Engineering/Maintenance/Utilities) work across the site. In this role the Maintenance Planner is accountable for the life cycle for planned maintenance work orders. This includes, but is not limited to the planning, scheduling, parts procurement and coordination required to execute all EMU activities within the Andover manufacturing, research & development and plant operation areas.
Foster a Safety Culture
Planning EMU work:
Collaborate with requestors and peers to develop and ensure an appropriate level of scope to allow the development of the corrective maintenance job plan and the efficient execution of work.
Consult SMEs(Subject Matter Expert) and Maintenace Supervisors to assign a specific duration to planned maintenance and forecasted preventive maintenance.
Efficiently utilize the allocated resource availability for each assigned trade technician.
Communicate with Manufacturing/Labs/Facility partners to enable the execution of work in their respective areas.
Confirms that appropriate change controls are approved prior to the execution of work if required.
Planning corrective maintenance work orders to assign, create and apply tasks for safety (i.e. LOTO(Lock Out Tag Out), fire watch, potential hazards, chemical, pressure and temperature)
Ensure that work hazards are identified and all work is executed per the site safety standards.
Participate in maintenance shift turn over huddles.
Review and understand work scheduling.
Group and schedule work orders for efficient execution (bundle multiple trade efforts on same equipment).
Group preventative and planned maintenance activities by manufacturing/facility area, asset type.
Obtain scheduling opportunities based on priority, asset availability and scheduling constraints.
Resource load scheduling opportunities against resource availability.
Communicate and facilitate EMU Maintenance schedule.
Report out long range plan for resource planning and asset area preventive maintenance.
Interface with scheduling colleagues to integrate EMU scheduling & resource loading into site schedule.
Manage KPIs(Key Performance Index) for planning accuracy, schedule adherence & scheduled resource utilization.
Receives feedback from technicians on job plan (task) durations and updates CMMS(Competurized Maintenance Management System).
Maintains oversight of Total and Ready Backlog.
Understand and be competent in using the CMMS(Systems Applications & Procedures) system for ordering material for planned work.
Reserve material for planned work.
Work with stock room MRO(Maintenance Repair and Operations) to pull parts and kit material for planned work.
Regularly review orders waiting for parts to expedite.
Regularly review orders for status with parts on hold in stockroom and address issues.
Return excess materials if not utilized on planned work.
Work with Asset Managers to update BOMs(Bill of Materials) for both planned and preventive work.
Engage in cross training in all functional areas of Workflow Management
Internal: The candidate has relationships with the following internal departments: Engineering, , Maintenance, Operations, Quality, Research and Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S).
External: The candidate has external relationships with the following: Engineering staff at other Pfizer sites, equipment vendors, equipment manufacturers, maintenance contractors and Engineering consulting firms.
This candidate should be able to estimate and execute small tasks within budget. Individual will be accountable to create and track purchases in the current financial system in support of EMU maintenance activities.
This candidate must be able to self plan and execute work with limited oversight from others. The candidate may need to coordinate the work of others in support of assigned tasks.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
High school diploma with 5-10 years technical understanding and experience in maintenance planning or execution. Candidate should have a working knowledge of cGMP(Good Manufacturing Practices) type systems and practices. Demonstrated computer skills with multiple software applications (i.e. Excel, Word). Extensive knowledge and proficiency in the CMMS system.
TECHNICAL SKILLS REQUIREMENTS
Computer competent, good written and verbal communication skills, able to facilitate cross functional meetings, familiarity of planning and execution of maintenance tasks and activities. Competant in Microsoft Office Suite, CMMS software packages and Scheduling software/practices and principles. Experienced with cGMP practices. Ability to collaborate with functional areas such as operations, maintenance, and validation are required to provide appropriate support. Availability to work off-shift as needed.
PHYSICAL POSITION REQUIREMENTS
This position will involve office work requiring sitting, standing and walking. A sizable portion of the position will require the applicant to walk down the area of scope and determine parts and estimates to complete the task. However, this position may require the ability to climb ladders and work at high elevation while being tied off; be able to lift 50 pounds, and be able to wear a clean room gown. Other requirements include the ability to travel (foreign and domestic) and be willing to occasionally work outside normal business hours, including weekends and holidays.
EEO & Employment Eligibility
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Other Job Details:
- Last Date to Apply for Job: July 24, 2018 Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus - Yes
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