Project Engineer, Pharma
|Contact Name:||Larry O’Leary|
Our client seeks a Project Engineer to join their facilities management team. This full-time permanent role will be responsible for the monitoring and progression of projects on a daily basis, providing regular structured reporting to the Site Manager in relation to all issues and progress.
The successful candidate will manage the delivery of a range of general, process, regulatory and safety projects on site, including effective management and utilisation of personnel to ensure the successful delivery of projects on time and within budget.
Responsibilities for Project Engineer, Pharma:
Finalise and obtain approval for project budgets and generate project schedules.
Supervision of any subcontractors brought on site.
Compile project folders and ensure that all of the required paperwork is present when works are signed off as complete.
Providing guidance and technical assistance to all reports.
Effective control of project costs and schedules.
Define and agree project scopes and specifications with site personnel.
Communicate with site personnel regarding the planning & implementation of projects.
Participate in the site Operational Excellence program and all other client site systems.
Timely generation, review, circulation and processing of all Track Wise records (RTC’s, deviations, incidents and CAPA’s).
Ensure the KPI’s are achieved.
Support the quality, safety and environmental culture among personnel in order to achieve full adherence in all KPI’s.
Ensuring all works are carried out in a safe, clean and efficient manner while complying at all times with the client’s relevant standards, policies, rules, procedures, quality and permit to work systems.
Reporting any concerns or issues that may jeopardise the successful operation and/or continuous manufacturing on site or impact upon the client’s operations or support
Any other duties as deemed necessary for the efficiency of the business.
Requirements for Project Engineer, Pharma:
Degree qualified, in an Engineering discipline.
4+ years’ industrial experience in a GMP environment, preferably Pharmaceuticals.
Proven technical and management design experience in areas such as building services, process plant design, etc.
Good working knowledge of plant and equipment maintenance and spares systems.
Proficient level of IT literacy.
Excellent communication and information gathering skills, with fluent English.
For further details, please contact on Larry on +353 (0)1-2302400 / email@example.com
The RFT Group: Biopharmaceutical Division specialise exclusively in the recruitment of scientists, engineers and executives for the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical device sectors. www.rftgroup.ie / www.meddevicejobs.ie
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