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Laboratory Instrument Engineer

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Laboratory Instrument Engineer Description The Laboratory Instrument Engineer will be working as part of a site-based Laboratory team. Previous laboratory experience in the Pharmaceutical/ Biotechnology industry is essential. The successful Laboratory Instrument Engineer will have a BE Degree in Science is preferred along with 2 plus years’ experience in Analytical/Micro/Quality Lab environment in Pharmaceutical/Biotechnology industry.

Category:
Chemist Industrial
Location:
Munster
Years of Experience Req.:
2 years +
Date Posted:
07/11/2019
Days Remaining:
24
Employment Type:
Contract
Education Level Req.:
Third level Degree (Level 8)

Laboratory Instrument Engineer

Description

The Laboratory Instrument Engineer will be working as part of a site-based Laboratory team. Previous laboratory experience in the Pharmaceutical/ Biotechnology industry is essential.

The successful Laboratory Instrument Engineer will have a BE Degree in Science is preferred along with 2 plus years’ experience in Analytical/Micro/Quality Lab environment in Pharmaceutical/Biotechnology industry.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the Specification and Procurement of new Laboratory Instrumentation.
  • Co-ordination and supervision of Lab Vendors and contractor(s) during construction and commissioning/qualification activities.
  • Preparation of Lab Deliverables, including Instrument specs, Design Qualification, layout drawings and schedules.
  • To research, identify, purchase and develop laboratory instrumentation systems with end user. 
  • To liaise with internal/external laboratory and engineering personnel, contract maintenance providers and vendors in identifying lab instruments that need replacing.
  • To ensure completion of installation and validation of new and upgraded test instruments and to maintain record and documentation on relevant procedures.
  • Assist in the management of vendors and work directly with them on new projects.
  • Maintaining a current working knowledge with regards to regulatory requirements for equipment qualification and calibration.
  • Co-ordinate contractor activities to monitor and track work ensuring delivery of the schedule and budget.
  • Project Management and control of lab Projects including cost estimates and reporting.
  • Set up of Regular Maintenance program for Lab Instruments on CMMS and coordinate with lab and vendor to schedule maintenance.
  • Review project scope, budget and schedule.
  • Ability to manage workload of multiple projects of varying complexity.
  • All aspects of Health & Safety on site.


 

DPS is a leading Project Management and Engineering Company delivering Full-Service Engineering with a ‘client first’ mentality and personal touch across a range of market sectors: Project and Programme Management, Procurement, Design, Construction Management, Health & Safety Management, Commissioning, Qualification and Start-up. We have one goal: to deliver more than our clients expect first time, every time.

 

We’ve been serving industry around the world for 40 years plus, relied on for our agility, original thinking, sound judgement and high-calibre people. What sets us apart is the rapport we build with our clients and the care we take to gain a fundamental understanding of our client’s businesses. We employ over 1600+ people out of our Fifteen office locations and we serve a broad range of clients ranging from multinational companies to small generic producers.  

 

DPS Engineering is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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