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- Responsible for planning tests, performing them, and evaluating the results.
- Reports findings, opinions and interpretations to management.
- Responsible for the modification of measurement methods, development, and validation of new methods.
- Responsible for standards, test equipment, and maintenance of equipment monitoring programs.
- Performs type evaluation examinations.
- Provides technical guidance to Metrology Staff as required.
- Able to perform additional duties as requested by management.
- Taking care of primary and secondary working standards and assuring their safekeeping.
- Performing periodic maintenance of primary and secondary working standards including cleaning and minor adjustments as needed.
- Performing standards inter-comparison.
- Arranging for outside vendor calibrations as needed.
- Selecting check standards and/or equipment for use in monitoring programs.
- Performing repeated measurements using the check standards or equipment to collect data and control charts as needed.
- Constructing control charts for the appropriate type of evaluation tests used in the laboratory.
- Evaluating control limits and comparing new data points to those control limits to monitor laboratory output.
- Documenting, investigating, and correcting any out-of-control conditions.
- Evaluating the potential impact on clients that may be affected by the conditions.
- Scheduling the workload of the laboratory standards. Selecting and performing the appropriate tests on devices while following procedures.
- Documenting the tests through test worksheets and preparing formal conformance reports.
- Ensuring that all paperwork is correct and ensuring that copies are safely maintained.
- Developing standard inter-comparison programs and schedules.
- Corresponding with clients regarding the capabilities, schedules, and requirements of the laboratories.
- Answering questions regarding metrology, specifications, tolerances of standards, measuring equipment, and other related activities.
- Corresponding with vendors regarding standards calibrations, documentation interpretation, and other related activities.
Education and Experience Requirements:
- Expertise in calibration field and familiar with ITS-90, ISO17025 and Z540 Standards.
- Bachelor or Associate Engineering Degree in Mechanical or Electrical field preferred, plus five years experience in Metrology Laboratory with two years in a Primary Standard Calibration Program, or ten years’ experience in Metrology Laboratory with two years’ experience in a Primary Standard Calibration Program.
- Desired completion of Resistance Thermometry Calibration training program.
Key Skills, Abilities, and Competencies:
- Strong communication and presentation skills.
- Self-motivated and capable of working with general directions.
- Ability to present ideas persuasively and achieve a consensus.
- Able to solve problems and make decisions to obtain desirable results.
- Have extensive knowledge related to the instrumentation, equipment, and the procedures used in a pharmaceutical cGMP environment.
Complexity and Problem Solving:
- Works on problems in which analysis of data requires in-depth evaluation of various factors.
- Exercises judgment in selection of the methods, techniques, and evaluation of criteria to obtain desirable results.
- Develops improvement in standard operating procedures, and contributes to the development of measurement techniques and standards selection.
- Considered a Subject Matter Expert in the field within the organization.
Internal and External Contacts:
- Delivers requested information as needed throughout the organization and reports the results.
- Works with vendors and consultants to support related activity.
- Represents the interests of the organization in external or internal dealings.
Other Job Requirements:
- The ability to work at all Takeda site locations/facilities.
- Incumbent will be required to carry a phone and be on call as required to support operations.
- Incumbent should be able to climb a ladder, reach, bend, and lift loads up to 50 lbs.
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Job ID SR0052988