Ethicon, Inc., a member of the
Johnson & Johnson's Family of Companies, is recruiting for a Senior Facilities
Engineer located in Cornelia, GA.
The Ethicon Surgical Care business
offers a broad range of products, platforms and technologies including sutures,
surgical staplers, clip appliers, trocars and synthetic mesh devices that are
used in a wide variety of minimally invasive and open surgical procedures.
Specialties include support for treatment of colorectal and thoracic
conditions, women’s health conditions, hernias, cancer and obesity. The Ethicon
Surgical Care business combines products and services of two market-leading
legacy companies, both with long histories of medical innovation.
The Senior Facilities Engineer will be responsible
for micro region Facilities Management compliance program including the
following: Support for
Facilities/Utilities related projects, maintenance activities supporting cGMP
systems and areas (CMMS-Maximo/CME rooms, etc.), 6S implementation, BOP (Building
Ownership Process) implementation, Facilities & Equipment Change Control
System, record retention of Facilities auditable generated documentation,
support for internal and external audits, and assurance that actions related to
audit findings and recommendations are closed properly. The Senior Facilities
Engineer will partner with site base quality and compliance resources to lead
the commissioning and qualification activities for facilities
equipment/processes in the GA micro-region.
Other key responsibilities include:
for compliance of Facilities contracted services including: Security,
Hospitality/Cafeteria, Housekeeping, Pest Control, Building & Grounds,
Integrated Parts Supplier, and other facilities related services.
Supplier Relationship Management activities for facilities contracted services
including: Landscaping, Security, Hospitality/Cafeteria, Housekeeping, Pest
Control, Nitrogen Generation, space planning, PA & AV systems, and other
contracted facilities related services.
for the execution and compliance of the Building Ownership Process (BOP) at all
for other facilities and services related to operations including: onsite
storage, support for the coordination of special events and all other
initiatives from the site(s) leadership team(s).
- Prepares, revises and
submits change control documentation in the site’s compliance based systems
(e.g. ADAPTIV) for all facilities modifications, as required.
completion of any NCR’s/IA/CAPA related activities assigned to facilities
organization as per pre-established procedures and regulatory requirements
and participates in continuous improvement projects & programs to achieve
work simplification, eliminate non-value added activities, and cost reduction.
for commissioning & qualification efforts for facilities equipment and
processes including centralization of facilities drawings, systems operational
manuals and maintaining site’s facilities Validation Master Program (VMP).
for oversight of capital improvements focused on facility services work streams
and other cost improvement projects, including building exteriors, grounds, and
with EHS&S for all the activities related to facilities site compliance,
including IsNet, IOSS, and Good Saves program, including deployment of Safety
policies and attending the General Safety Board/Committee meetings.
in IOSS program as lead for the Contractor Management and Lock-Out/Tag-Out
for all facilities owned procedures to ensure continuous compliance with
Ethicon, J&J, regulatory requirements
departmental compliance with all related regulatory agencies, Ethicon, and JNJ
requirements, including: local county
enforcement & compliance, Department of Health, Building Code, Fire Code,
Elevator Inspections, Center of Excellence (COE), Enterprise Facilities
Management (EFM), etc.
and executes internal assessment program to proactively assess the readiness of
the facilities compliance based systems throughout the micro region, as
actively within local and regional quality/compliance teams and supports the
North American Facilities compliance program, across the regional portfolio,
including training for all facilities staff as required.
all facilities related internal & external audit activities including
collaborating with internal resources and 3 party contractors to
support audit, participating in back room activities to support audit and
completing required follow up and communications with regulatory bodies and
J&J Corporate management.
for the generation and reporting of facilities maintenance metrics via CMMS
- Reviews, analyzes data of
compliance trends with the required departments. Leads investigations of the
negative trends and implements solutions or changes to avoid reoccurrence.
of Science Degree is required. Focus in
Engineering is preferred.
least four (4) years of related work experience is required. Experience in Pharmaceutical, Medical Device
or Consumer manufacturing is preferred.
with quality systems and compliance in a regulated industry, healthcare is
understanding & interaction with contracted personnel is required;
Contractor management experience is preferred.
& electrical maintenance experience is preferred.
with a CMMS system is preferred.
and safety policies and guidelines knowledge is preferred.
level computer & database management skills are required.
communication and interpersonal relation skills are required.
and analytical problem solving is preferred.
of reading & reviewing technical, design and construction plans &
drawings is preferred.
with space planning, energy management systems, project management,
specifications & bids, and identification of new technologies is preferred.
knowledge of facilities management or related fields is preferred.
- Compliance Knowledge (GMP, EHS, and other regulatory
standards/regulations) is preferred.
- Knowledge in Maintenance and construction best
practices is preferred.
position is located in Cornelia, GA and will require up to 10% of travel.
be willing and able to work outside of normal business hours as needed, which
may require nights and/or weekends in support of emergencies, audits,
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