Bioprocess Engineer

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Bioprocess Engineer The core responsibility is to support the operation of the manufacturing facility through ownership of the manufacturing systems (manufacturing unit operations, e.g. bioreactors, chromatography, filtration) and being a key equipment user rep for equipment and facility upgrades.

Category:
Engineer Chemical
Location:
Munster
Years of Experience Req.:
4 years +
Date Posted:
11/01/2021
Days Remaining:
35
Employment Type:
Contract
Education Level Req.:
Third level Degree (Level 8)

Bioprocess Engineer

The core responsibility is to support the operation of the manufacturing facility through ownership of the manufacturing systems (manufacturing unit operations, e.g. bioreactors, chromatography, filtration) and being a key equipment user rep for equipment and facility upgrades.

The successful resource will be based in the production building and have a strong partnership with Operations and technical functions to deliver the large molecule production schedule.

 

Overview of potential activities/responsibilities.

  • Ownership and accountability for process systems within production buildings that support manufacturing
  • Proactively identify and implement improvement opportunities across the facility; utilities, process equipment, process safety, energy usage, business processes, etc
  • Act as the user representative for facility upgrade projects, inputting into design and leading the coordination of system handover with the projects and C&Q groups.
  • Proactively engage with large molecule turnaround team to optimise rig turnarounds as required.
  • Work with maintenance on scheduling and completion of preventative maintenance and annual shutdowns to ensure no business interruption.
  • Support building (quality & EHS) compliance initiatives incl area audits walks, audit preparation and closure of compliance actions as appropriate.
  • Assist with completion of commissioning and qualification (C&Q) activity as required within the production building.

Key Attributes

  • Process Engineering third level qualification.
  • Minimum five years’ experience in manufacturing areas such as;
    • Production Operations/Unit Operation support (downstream/upstream media buffers)
    • Production Operations support (e.g. automation, process equipment including pumps, automated control systems)
  • Experience in Process Safety and Quality Compliance aspects of manufacturing and project delivery.
  • Working in a collaborative cross-functional team environment.
  • Self-motivated, proactive approach with a commitment to meet deadlines.

 

 

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