Maintenance Instrumentation Technician Dublin Permanent Salary My client is currently seeking to recruit an Instrumentation Technician to join the Maintenance team at their Dublin facility. Reporting to the E&I Team Lead, key responsibilities will include: Maximising plant efficiency and utilisation by executing the Maintenance strategy and implementing Reliability best practice. Demonstrated use and understanding of level, flow, temperature, pressure and analytical measuring devices. Carry out scheduled calibrations on all process and utilities instrumentation as to minimize possible batch impact, and unscheduled equipment downtime. Knowledge of SCADA/PLC, DCS networks and associated hardware and software particularly Delta V. Ability to work independently to diagnose and repair faults in a safe and timely manner within the constraints of a GMP environment. Complete all associated documentation in accordance with cGMP requirements. Awareness in the use of RCM principles across the maintenance group including RCA, FMEA, LCCA and PDM. Working knowledge of ATEX directives and compliance requirements. Participating in Quality and EHS investigations. Participate in cross functional teams as required. Requirements include: Instrumentation / Electrical Trades or equivalent qualified person with a minimum of 5 years' experience in a maintenance role preferably in the pharmaceutical or related industry. Minimum of 5 years' experience in instrumentation controls, installing, calibrating, maintaining and repairing of associated equipment. Possess strong skills and ability to apply fundamental concepts, practices and procedures in the craft of Instrumentation. Ensuring activities are completed in compliance with regulatory requirements with a safety-first mentality. Knowledge of maintenance best practices and experience of establishing or optimising programs. Excellent organising and planning skills. Working knowledge of Maximo or other CMMS system such as SAP or PEMAC. Excellent Communication / Presentation skills. Proven success working in a team environment with flexibility to react to changing business needs. PLEASE NOTE: Candidates must have full working rights in Ireland i.e. a current Stamp 4 Visa or an EU Passport to be eligible to work in Ireland to be considered for the role. For more information or to apply to the role contact Emmet on 01 6455250 or email to emmet.mceneaney AT experis.ie.