The Maintenance Specialist is a key technical person responsible for resolution of repetitive failures and long term issues and to define the reliability strategy relating to their area of expertise. The role will assist with the identification of engineering solutions that will improve operational reliability of production processes and assisting the Maintenance Team in their implementation. In addition the Maintenance Specialist is responsible for the provision of technical support to the Maintenance teams on site along with participation and providing technical support and expertise for departmental teams, cross functional teams and company initiatives including electrical legislative requirements and standards. A Maintenance Specialist for Pharmaceutical duties include: planning, coordination, scheduling and execution of Maintenance activities along with support of assigned manintenance projects within the Maintenance group. Electrical & Instrumentation Key responsibilities for Maintenance Specialist Pharmaceuticals professionals will include: Full knowledge and utilisation of all functionality relating to Maximo CMMS Implementing and promoting the use of RCM principles across the maintenance group including FMEA, PDM, LCCA & RCA Providing detailed written reports/metrics on a monthly basis, as required. Ensuring electrical programs of work are designed, implemented and executed to the required legislative and corporate standards including ATEX, Continuity testing, Interlock testing, PAT etc. Managing a range of service contracts set up to support the maintenance and calibration of site-wide equipment, both electrical and mechanical Reviewing and approving work orders, calibration and test certificates, resolving any issues arising, in order to ensure GMP and EHS compliance Assisting in the investigation and resolution of electrical and mechanical issues on process equipment Optimising and developing the spare parts and MRO inventory holding of electrical spares Ensure that maintenance routines, calibration procedures, and work plans are developed to the necessary standards for best practice and ensure compliance with GMP and EHS regulations The Maintenance Specialist Experience: The ideal candidate must be able to demonstrate a proven track record in continuous improvement projects, understanding, knowledge and experience of maintenance and display developed trouble shooting abilities. A good knowledge of electrical systems coupled with proven experience in driving equipment reliability programs is required in addition to a working knowledge of CMMS, Microsoft Office and MS Project programmes. Strong interpersonal, organisational and communication skills are required for this role in addition to strong attention to detail capability and the ability to consistently meet deadlines. The Maintenance Specialist necessary qualifications: An Electrical or Instrumentation Trades qualified / Engineering Degree with a minimum of seven years' experience in a maintenance and/or engineering role is required preferably in the pharmaceutical or related industry. Why Dublin? Dublin is a capital city of Republic of Ireland and a capital city of County Dublin which is the busiest and fastest-growing regions not only in Ireland but in the EU as a whole. Republic of Ireland itself is one of the fastest growing countries in the world with an annual GDP growth rate of 4.1 per cent. Dublin is still a relatively small capital with an urban area population of 1,1 million and a greater Dublin area of just around 1,9 million of inhabitans. The city is growing incredibly but stays uniquely convenient in comparison to other bigger capitals. Everything is within a reach and you can walk the city centre in about 30 min. Also Dublin is a historical, cultural, industrial and technological hub and one of the worlds few truly global cities which was listed by Globalisation and World Cities Research network (GaWC) as a global city ranking, which places it amongst the top thirty cities in the world. Why Experis Ireland? Achieving business growth in today’s world means having the right people in place — the professional talent that sets an organisation apart from the competition. That’s why people turn to Experis - a different kind of talent company. As global leader in providing talent and solutions in IT, Engineering, Finance, Technology & Life Science we work with more than 80 percent of the Fortune Global 500. Operating in over 50 countries we deploy tens of thousands of professionals to our clients every day.