The Digital Plant 2nd Shift Engineer will be an integral part of the Digital Plant team within Bristol-Myers Squibb at Devens, MA. The role will serve as an individual contributor by providing Digital plant operational support to the manufacturing operations at Devens facility. This includes receiving support requests, providing resolutions in a timely manner with escalation as needed, and providing technical expertise to stake holders/ end users in the organization.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESONSIBILITIES:
Support the operation of all GMP/ Non GMP manufacturing systems (Process Automation Systems, Manufacturing Execution Systems, IT & Labs) in the Manufacturing facilities at Devens, MA.
Provide Troubleshooting support and guidance of Digital Plant systems in support of manufacturing and or Lab operations.
Investigate the root cause of Digital Plant problems and propose solution to prevent recurrence.
Support the configuration, testing and implementation of process control solutions to a variety of complex technical problems
Ensure the documentation of the knowledge base on how to resolve issues encountered, thus facilitate the job for future activities
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL
- Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or equivalent combination of education and technical experience.
- A minimum of two (2) years working experience with control systems or manufacturing systems. Preferred Emerson DeltaV, Emerson Syncade, OSISoft PI, or Rockwell Logix
- Understanding of expectations working in regulated industries such as Biotech, Pharmaceutical, Medical Device or Food-Beverage.
- Must demonstrate an ability to understand and apply software solutions.
- Must demonstrate an ability to troubleshoot complex problems on highly automated equipment.
- Must be able to successfully work independently and within teams.
- Must be able to work in a fast paced multi-tasking environment.
- Must have strong interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills