Summary: The Facilities Engineer II, under the supervision of the Associate Director, Facility Engineering, will be responsible for performing various aspects of engineering, operational and troubleshooting support for facilities, utilities and process equipment including but not limited to bioreactors, fermenters, incubators, filtration skids, chromatography skids, centrifuge, autoclaves, freezers, refrigerators, walk-in cold rooms, QC/PD lab equipment, air cooled chillers, air compressors and dryers, air handling units, MCRs, MBUs, steam boilers, water purification and distillation units, waste water treatment systems, etc. at the National Center for Therapeutic Manufacturing (NCTM), the Texas Biological Facility (TBF) and the Flexible Biological Facility FBF on behalf of Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnology Texas (FDBT). This position will apply engineering principles to monitor the running condition of complex equipment, and use technical manuals, on-line resources and OEM representatives to maintain the equipment with a minimum of downtime. This position will also work closely with manufacturing resources, validation, QA/QC and maintenance/calibration technicians to help maintain complex process equipment operational and troubleshoot to identify issues when needed. This position will require involvement in the utilities and production processes to identify and implement process improvements using Change Control procedures as well as perform corrective and preventive actions using the CAPA system. This position will also support P&ID development, maintenance strategies development, equipment life cycle development, any software and/or hardware upgrades and equipment commissioning/qualification activities as required. This position may also assist in the identification of equipment of the proper type, size, materials, throughput, physical dimensions, required utilities and URS development for future projects.
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The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to: