Abbott Mechanical I Ops in Abbott Park, Illinois

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Position Summary:

  • Responsible for implementing and maintaining the effectiveness of the quality system. Provide total technical support to ADD manufacturing and distribution operations. This will involve various & unique set-ups, construction, modification, trouble shooting and repair of computer controlled equipment or processes. Assists in the design of equipment.

  • Second shift

Main Responsibilities:

  • Sets-up, troubleshoots, disassembles, determines corrective action, and reassembles machinery.

  • Uses complex mechanical drawings, electrical schematics, and PLC programs.

  • Troubleshoots and resolves most control problems.

  • May be required to perform close tolerance work utilizing most shop equipment.

  • Completes extensive PLC work.

  • Follows safe work procedures and practices.

  • Performs complicated mechanical and/or electrical repair, modification, and maintenance of production machinery and processes.

  • May design and fabricate complex replacement parts to close tolerances. Provides technical direction and training for Operations Mechanics III & II.

  • Required to share expertise with others on the team.

  • Provides back up coverage to shift leader. Requires good communications skills.

  • Resolves problems with management from other groups; deals with outside vendors.

  • Determine Specifications: Discusses design of part or tool with user to determine specifications. \Parts Fabrication: Fabricates parts or tools based on design of part to be replaced in a timely fashion.

  • Unique Fabrications: Fabricates replacement pats for one-of-a-kind tools or parts in repair situations in a timely fashion.

  • Machinery Use: Uses machinery equipment such as lathes and mills to fabricate or repair tools or other parts in a timely fashion.

  • Knows Safety Standards: Demonstrates knowledge of the applicable safety standards and practices required in the manufacture of ADD products through personal work habits.

  • Troubleshooting: Troubleshoots equipment and machinery problems, identifies and makes needed repairs.

  • Document Reading: Refers to manuals or other written material in the course of diagnosing equipment or machine malfunctions.

  • Mechanical Drawings Reading: Roads and interprets equipment drawings, diagrams, etc., in order to diagnose proper operations of machinery equipment.

  • Controls Drawings Reading: Reads and interprets schematics, wiring, diagrams, ladder logic, etc., in order to diagnose proper operations of machinery equipment.

  • Equipment Set Up: Sets up and makes adjustment to equipment or machinery.

  • Equipment Checks: Checks equipment setting(s) against specifications before operation, making adjustments) when necessary.

  • Final Checks; Ensures that machine or equipment components are connected and working properly.

  • Replaces electrical components such as relays, timers. meters, switches, etc.

  • Traces circuits using electrical testing equipment and schematics.

  • Rewires a piece of control equipment or machinery to solve electrical problems.

  • Makes plans to accomplish assigned preventative maintenance activities.

  • Identifies and obtains appropriate parts and labor necessary to complete a task or project. Responds to customer requests and contacts appropriate individuals to resolve customers problems.

  • Knows who key customers are and their requirements.

  • Actively searches for ways to increase customer satisfaction.

  • Interacts with customers in a timely and professional manner- Solicits and utilizes customer feedback. ,Quality Control: Inspects equipment and changeover parts and mechanical components for errors or flaws to insure proper setup.

  • Quality Awareness: Works to develop more effective ways of detecting and correcting errors.

  • Quality Workmanship: Performs job tasks correctly.

  • Regulatory: Follows and works within ISO and GMP ,Data Analysis: Compiles or analyzes data using software programs or packages standard to the area.

  • Interprets data relevant to departmental operations.

  • Recommends options based on the analysis of data.

  • Collaborates: Works with other members to perform tasks.

  • Contributes: Serves as a member of one or more teams/groups that discuss and develop recommendations on work place or work method improvements.

  • Flexibility: Serves in multiple roles (e.g., leader, contributor, etc.) according to the needs of the team/group and task. ,Written Communication: Completes required documentation legibly to GMP guidelines.

  • Understands written instructions (e.g., OP's, GMP's, MRR's). Non-Written Communication: Communicates in a clear and concise manner to coworkers, supervisors, or customers one on one or in small or large groups.

  • Communication Effectiveness: Communicates information to others in a constructive and timely fashion. ,Analyzes Learning Needs: Finds out what skills are needed to be productive on the job and asks others for feedback on current performance in these skills.

  • Sets Goals and Takes Action: Sets development goals and gets help or helps oneself to improve performance. Listens Actively: Asks questions of and listens to others to get information so work is done correctly.

  • Collaborates Cross Functionally: Works effectively with individuals from other departments/work units.

  • Demonstrates Respect for Others: Treats others as individuals with unique skills. interests, and values.

  • Provides other employees with guidance on how to perform aspects of their job.

  • Provides on-the-job instruction on how to perform tasks. Improves Work Processes: Seeks to improve work processes.

  • Identifies wasteful or non-value added materials and activities.

  • Adapts to Change: Adapts to new standards and technical developments as appropriate.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of regulations and standards affecting IVDs and Biologics.

  • Requires a High School education or equivalent with 2 years trades training or equivalent and five years of qualifying experience.

  • Must achieve a high level of proficiency as an Operations Mechanic II.

  • Must complete one year minimum in ADD operations, and possess extensive controls troubleshooting experience, including PLC's.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Abbot welcomes and encourages diversity in our workforce.

We provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities.

To request accommodation, please call 224-667-4913 or email corpjat@abbott.com