Cardinal Health Lead Technician- 1st shift in Norfolk, Nebraska
What Product Test and Calibration contributes to Cardinal Health
Product Test & Calibration sets up, aligns, monitors, and/or calibrates production equipment. Assists and may perform maintenance on machines and cleans up minor chemical spills in assigned area as well as glassware, ovens, and other equipment.
Performs various tasks involved in the maintenance and repair of equipment that manufactures medical supplies. Responsible for set up, adjustments, maintenance, repair and operation of production machinery and equipment as assigned following department's standard operating procedures. Responsible for set up, change over, adjustment, general maintenance, repair and operation of various types of production machines as assigned following department's standard operating procedures.
- Two year technical degree is preferred
- Must have mechanical aptitude with ability to diagnose mechanical problems and take steps to repair equipment as required
- Excellent interpersonal, organizational and follow up skills required
- 4+ years relevant experience preferred
- Good written communication skills
What is expected of you and others at this level
- Applies extensive knowledge and company policies to complete a wide range of assignments
- Demonstrates expert understanding of all levels of the job family and has thorough knowledge of jobs outside area of responsibility
- Takes the lead in effectively applying new processes and skills in accomplishing assignments
- May provide technical guidance and training to others
- Maintains appropriate licenses, training and certifications
- Works on complex problems that require independent action and a high degree of initiative to resolve issue
- Makes recommendation for new or revised processes and has a role on the implementation
- Adheres to all quality guidelines
- Works with minimal degree of supervision. Has latitude to make decisions in exceptional circumstances within established guidelines
- Provides guidance to less experienced team members
- May have team leader responsibilities but does not formally supervise
- Responsible for maintenance to be complete on time.
- Manage coverage of processes with technicians to meet production needs.
- Diagnose, troubleshoot and maintain production equipment.
- Coordinate the work of other department mechanics to ensure lines are serviced in order of priority.
- Interact with vendors, parts suppliers, and external technical resources as needed.
- Adjust/ repair machines as required to produce quality parts following department'sspecifications. Install, adjust, remove and/or replace various machine stations and/or components as required. Adjust material feeder/delivery equipment and detection devices; regulate heat and several types of timing controls. Start machine to test operation by producing parts for inspection. Make necessary readjustments until finished product meets Quality Assurance specifications.
- Diagnose and troubleshoot any pneumatic, hydraulic or mechanical malfunction.
- Dismantle, disassemble, repair, rebuild and/or clean and replace and/or reassemble worn or defective parts, and/or components as required.
- Lubricate, clean, and makes necessary adjustments and/or corrections on various equipment.
- Consult with designated individual or immediate supervisor on any electrical malfunction or repairs for course of action. Advise immediate supervisor of need for additional machine repairs and recommend equipment modifications to achieve improved operation.
- Required to complete all assigned Compliance Wire training.
- Responsible for adhering to plant policies/procedures, department EHS rules, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s), ISO 13485 regulations and Good Housekeeping procedures.
Cardinal Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.