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Bioprocess Engineer (Immediate Start)

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DPS currently have a requirement for a Bioprocess Engineer with a Dublin based Pharmaceutical client. The Process Engineer will play a key role in moving the facility from Commissioning phase through Water batches and into full scale production.

Category:
Engineer Commissioning & Qualification
Location:
Leinster
Years of Experience Req.:
5 Years+
Date Posted:
14/07/2020
Days Remaining:
17
Employment Type:
Contract
Education Level Req.:
See Description

Bioprocess Engineer

DPS currently have a requirement for a Bioprocess Engineer with a Dublin based Pharmaceutical client. The Process Engineer will play a key role in moving the facility from Commissioning phase through Water batches and into full scale production.                  

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Use a focused, technical, problem solving approach to meet and exceed on functional and site goals and objectives.
  • Act as an SME on activities involving the design, specification, selection, equipment performance, engineering CQV, technical drawings, vendor management, engineering assessment of changes, conducting and leading investigations
  • Responsible for adhering to domestic and international GMP regulations, cGMP’s, company policies, leadership behaviours, performance 
  • Play a key role in developing process engineering related documents, technical SOPs, reviewing automation related functional design specifications and generating technical reports
  • As a bioprocess engineer within the team take the lead on specific manufacturing projects that arise on the process, equipment or systems providing a structured lean approach to problem resolution
  • Responsible for timely updates of site achievements and challenges. A collaborative approach, working cross functionally on removing barriers to maintain a highly effective and productive self-directed team environment.
  • As a key member of the start-up team on site play a key role in the commissioning and qualification activities on site, acting as a lead end user for systems as they transition across to the operations teams. Ensure consistency between recipe design and technical SOPs
  • Stay abreast of industry innovations, looking at ongoing optimisations of the single use technology being employed on site.
  • Act as a key SME for the introduction of new process equipment into the facility, and provide technical training or support for the operations based manufacturing personnel as equipment is brought on line

 

Role Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a technical discipline (Science or Engineering)
  • At least 5 years’ experience in the biotechnology and/or pharmaceutical industry
  • Proven ability around working cross functionally, delivering technical solutions to manufacturing issues and identifying solutions. 
  • Experience working in a self-managed work team, embracing an interdependent working culture that delivers results. 
  • Strong operations support background ensuring value added contribution and oversight.
  • Experience working in a GMP manufacturing environment,

 

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