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Employment Type:
Full time
Job Category:
Maintenance Technician
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Job Description

Alliance Scientific is currently recruiting a 1st Shift Maintenance Technician for growing, stable, local company. This is a 1st shift, direct hire positions with full benefits, 401k.


  • Perform Preventative Maintenance Tasks.

  • Follow written PM procedures.

  • Accurately complete PM paperwork, including work orders and logbooks in accordance with existing company policies, procedures, Current Good Manufacturing Practices, health and safety requirements.

  • Perform PM of all types of plant equipment including coordinating access to equipment working around customer's needs.

  • Respond to customer requests and/or alarm conditions.

  • Assess instrument failures/breakdowns, systematically identify problems, and restore to operation.

  • Accurately document repair activities.

  • Support Quality Assurance investigations of failures/breakdowns.

  • Monitor site (steam, electric, chilled water, compressed air, etc) and clean (WFI, clean steam, etc) utility operating parameters.

  • Respond to out of range conditions or trends.

  • Troubleshoot issues that arise.

  • Support contractors performing tasks within building.

  • Ensure that contractor employees follow company safety and cGMP standards.

  • Oversee technical quality of work performed.

  • Lead Small Projects

  • Manage small


  • H.S. diploma or GED required. Trade School/certification in a technical discipline preferred.

  • 1-5 years of experience in maintenance in a manufacturing or lab environment preferred.

  • Experience working in a Pharmaceutical or similar regulated industry preferred.

  • Must be comfortable in the use of Microsoft Office Applications, including Microsoft Word, and Excel.

  • Basic knowledge of CMMS (computerized maintenance management) systems.

  • Basic knowledge of electrical systems and electronics.

  • Basic understanding of pneumatic, electrical, and mechanical control systems such as PID Controllers, smart devices, programmers/communicators, and multimeters.

  • Basic understanding of engineering principles as they apply to facility and production equipment.

  • Basic knowledge of instrumentation field wiring and to PLCs (Loop Powered and self-powered instruments, RTDs, thermocouples, etc.).

  • Some background in troubleshooting mechanical and electrical control problems with Allen Bradley or Siemens PLC experience.


Applicants must be eligible to work in the specified location