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Title:  Electronic Instrumentation Technician, 2nd Shift $1,500 sign- on bonus*


This is a 2nd shift Position - Sunday through Thursday


Responsible for the electrical, instrumentations, control and process equipment requirements on high-speed filling and packaging equipment, Equipment Component prep, sterilization tunnels and ovens, process support systems and vision systems.  Perform troubleshooting of high-performance production equipment. Should be able to perform troubleshooting of process control equipment associated with production equipment,  autoclaves, sterilization equipment, etc. to NIST Standards. Must be able to evaluate and order critical spare parts. Maintains equipment maintenance logs and documentation in accordance with SOP and cGMP guidelines.  Completes necessary Corrective and Preventative Work Orders, as well as assigned trainings. Assist in set-ups or changeovers of equipment as necessary per the production schedule.  Works closely with Operations and Engineering personnel to meet production goals and objectives.



  • Regular and predictable onsite attendance and punctuality.
  • Maintains, troubleshoots, and repairs electrical, instrumentation and control issues on all production equipment on the sterile filling and packaging lines to minimize production downtime.
  • Repairs, adjusts and troubleshoots plant wide control and instrumentation.
  • Performs preventative maintenance on all assigned equipment.
  • Maintains electronic equipment maintenance logs and documentation in accordance with SOP and cGMP guidelines.
  • Maintains the documentation of all in-house instrumentation including PMs.
  • Provides technical support to other plant departments.
  • Uses electronics, instruments and controls  to perform system analysis of system equipment.
  • Maintains electronic test and repair equipment in a high state of readiness.
  • Must be able to work shifts including weekends and holidays.
  • Assist in set-ups, changeovers and start-up adjustments of equipment as necessary.
  • Performs other duties as directed by management personnel.
  • Must be able to be gowned qualified and maintain gowning status.


Minimum:    High School education and Certificate of completion from 2-3 year electrical/instrumentation trade or technical school desired.


  • Minimum:  Minimum five (5) years maintenance experience maintaining and troubleshooting high-speed equipment, instrumentation and troubleshooting process.
  • Preferred:   cGMPs experience a plus.


  • Understanding of instrumentation  and controls
  • Ability to read electrical prints and P&IDs
  • Ability to communicate with manufacturers worldwide for support.
  • Knowledge of vision systems a plus
  • Must have a thorough knowledge troubleshooting equipment to include oscilloscopes, volt/ampere meters, frequency standards, calibration equipment and programmable logic controllers/HMI.
  • Excellent knowledge required in use of other precision electronic equipment under their cognizance
  • Experience in equipment Corrective Maintenance, Preventative Maintenance and spare part systems



Cherry Hill, NJ, US, 08003

Nearest Major Market: Philadelphia

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