Engineering , Science, Pharmaceutical & Food

Project Engineer

  • Contract
  • Dublin South
  • 41960807

PE Global is currently recruiting a Project Engineer for a leading multi-national Pharmaceuticals client based in Dublin.
This is an initial 12-month contract position.

The Project Engineer reports to the Senior Manager for Strategic Engineering Projects and is responsible for scoping and executing technical projects supporting Drug Product manufacturing within Formulation, Component Preparation, Vial/Syringe Filling, Lyophilisation, Device Assembly, Inspection, Labelling and Packaging areas. This includes qualification of new equipment and implementation of associated reliability and maintenance programs.

Key Responsibilities
• Project management and execution of assigned projects including project prioritization, resources management, status management and external communication.
• Working with various stakeholders, to scope projects and ensure requirements are satisfied. Project input will span from concept, through design, construction, commissioning and operation
• Coordinating the introduction of new processes, equipment and materials including problem solving and troubleshooting equipment issues prior to qualification & start-up
• Development and implementation of maintenance programs and spare parts inventory optimization with the introduction of new equipment.
• Ability to translate strategic/emerging technology solutions into pragmatic executable plans
• Development and management of change controls
• Participate as a member of multidisciplinary site and multisite teams
• Lead on the floor execution for project delivery, micro planning scheduled activities in critical non commercial windows.
• Development of detailed specifications, engineering documents, protocols and standard operating procedures
• Work in a collaborative manner within the Process Teams structure and contributes to Root Cause Investigations and Cross Functional Investigations.
• Works in a collaborative manner with the System Owners, Maintenance Supervisors & Technicians, Capital Project Engineers and Vendors to perform equipment upgrade and/or retrofits.
• Perform all tasks with due care and attention ensuring compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices and company requirements, policies and procedures
• Support a safe working environment by complying with environmental health/safety practice, rules and regulations
• Travel may be required to support execution of projects

Experience and Qualification:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical or Chemical) or Relevant Experience
• Typically, 3+ years engineering experience, preferably in the biotechnology industry / aseptic pharmaceutical environment or Automated Inspection and/or Automated Device Assembly, Labelling and Ancillary processes.
• Device assembly / Packaging Experience preferred.
• Technology transfer experience preferred.
• Proven project management experience.
• Strong mechanical capability with hands on experience in a technical role within a high-volume manufacturing environment, is advantageous
• Demonstrated experience in a GDP Compliant environment.
• Experience in MS Office, MS Project, Change Control & Document Management Systems
• Proven ability working cross functionally, delivering technical solutions and implementing improvements.
• Solid leadership skillset and experience working in a team environment, embracing an interdependent working culture that delivers results
• Technical report writing and communication/presentation skills
• Data driven decision maker
• Ability to work to tight deadlines in a fast-moving environment

Interested candidates should submit an updated CV.

Please click the link to apply, call Conal on +353 21 4297900 or alternatively send an up to date CV to 

***Please note our client cannot assist with any visa sponsorship and candidates must have the correct visa to live and work in Ireland***

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