Sodexo Corporate Service Division is looking for a Materials Manager Inwood, WV. The Materials Manager provides oversight for the department that prepares materials used to manufacture final products. This position will work in the manufacturing suite under cGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practices) to ensure that materials manufactured meet the required technical specifications, quality programs, and regulatory requirements (FDA). Duties includes but not limited to:- Provide oversight for support tasks that enable the manufacturing of materials and products in a GMP manufacturing environment, including weighing and dispensing, buffer prep, media prep, facility cleaning, equipment cleaning, and raw material batching in compliance with all SOP (standard operating procedures) and GMP regulations.- Supervise employees that operate equipment, balances, downflow booths, and precision scales, under strict adherence to cGMP, OSHA, and required policies and regulations.- Ensure that appropriate inventory of chemicals and consumables by ensuring the timely and accurate planning of raw material required and order as needed.- Ensure that staff prepare (wipe down) materials and equipment for use in a cleanroom environment in accordance with procedures.- Ensure that frontline employees and supervisors review and understand procedures and reporting documentation- Draft and revise records, Work Instructions, Standard Operating Procedures and other GMP documents and reports related to the support work with minimal supervision. Write deviation/incident reports as needed.- Execute records under GMP regulations and related SOPs. Document all manufacturing activities clearly and accurately, including preparation records, testing records, and equipment use records.- Prepare and maintain reports and other documentation as applicable to the scope of operations in the manufacturing facility.- Collaborate with the Quality group to fulfill quality management goals and ensure the highest quality manufacturing processes. - Coordinate sample testing and room release with the Quality group.- Monitor, maintain and calibrate laboratory equipment as needed. Assist with technical issues and problems and identify solutions and improvements. - Monitor and audit work processes to ensure compliance and completion of targets. Identify areas for improvement in manufacturing efficiencies and compliance and make recommendations to the supervisor.- Organize projects and data using Excel, Word, PowerPoint and a document control system.- Maintain a clean and safe plant environment.- Mentor and train junior team members and team leads. Our ideal candidate will have the following:- Associate's degree in a related discipline and a minimum of three year of related manufacturing experience in FDA regulated, controlled production environment- Prior experience following GMP rules and procedures
Sodexo has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Reliability Engineer to support a Washington, DC based client. The Reliability Engineer is responsible for developing the strategic approach to maintenance and engineering.Responsibilities:- Provides technical expertise, troubleshooting and improved equipment maintenance/reliability strategies to optimize safe, compliant, and efficient operations of all facility and utility equipment and instrumentation.- Works with Facility Management to define requirements, SOWs, schedule, operational impacts and budgets to develop a project plan for small scale capital and expense project approval and execution.- Prepares asset files including equipment data sheets, impact assessments, drawings, factory O&Ms, factory maintenance recommendations, maintenance work plans and procedures- Leading internal teams to conduct Root Cause Analysis, developing Corrective Action solutions/plans for design gaps and performance related problems, and reporting status of implementations ·- Collaborating with Commissioning teams to properly test and validate installation, operation, and performance of electrical/mechanical systems per the design intent. - Assist in the development and implementation of the annual account plan as identified by the Director of Hard Services. Education and Experience:BS degree in mechanical, electrical engineering or similar engineering fieldMinimum 5 years of facilities maintenance/operations experience at a commercial site or related experience and/or equivalent combination of education and experienceCertified Maintenance & Reliability Professional (CMRP) preferred
Sodexo is seeking a System Director of Engineering in Lewiston, ME.Central Maine Healthcare (CMHC) serves 400,000 people in the central, western, and mid-coast regions of the state. One flagship medical center, two rural, critical access hospitals and an extensive variety of primary and specialty care practices located in 15 communities throughout the region make up the CMHC system.Central Maine Healthcare is focused on exceptional quality and patient access to care. Affiliated with Mass General Hospital in Boston, CMHC provides Mainers the most innovative and current treatments available without having to leave their hometown. The Mass General affiliation gives CMHC patients greater access to sub-specialty care in hematology/oncology, neurology, stroke, and trauma. **Relocation assistance is provided** Central Maine Health is a 3 hospital system totalling approximately 1,000,000-1,500,000 square feet located in Lewiston, Bridgton and Rumford Maine. The Central Maine Health System Director of Engineering will oversee all aspects of Facilities Management in Healthcare for the System, including scope and responsibility in the following areas:1) Technical Engineering and Operations,2) Regulatory Compliance as it pertains to Facilities Management,3) Fire & Life Safety, and Joint Commission Continuous Survey Readiness,4) Financial Accountability,5) Capital Planning,6) Project Management.
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