Senior Architect

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DPS are currently hiring a Lead / Senior Architect to work in our Dublin office. The successful candidate will have 10+ years design experience in the Pharmaceutical and Bio-pharma sectors.

Category:
Architect
Location:
Leinster
Years of Experience Req.:
7-10 Years+
Date Posted:
22/06/2021
Days Remaining:
31
Employment Type:
See Description
Education Level Req.:
See Description

Senior Architect

DPS are currently hiring a Lead / Senior Architect to work in our Dublin office. The successful candidate will have 10+ years design experience in the Pharmaceutical and Bio-pharma sectors. The Senior Architect will work closely with DPS colleagues and Clients on Pharmaceutical and Bio-pharma projects.

Key responsibilities:

  • Interfacing with client design team/end users.
  • Delivery of design scope within budget hours/schedule.
  • Pharma/Facility layout, product flows, separation & adjacency planning.
  • Master planning strategies 
  • Code review and statutory compliance.
  • Leading design team to achieve project deliverables.
  • Technical input and support for process design team.
  • Coordination of design with other design disciplines and equipment suppliers.
  • Completion of Design Risk Assessments.
  • Participation in Technical and Safety reviews.

Role requirements:

  • Degree in Architecture.
  • Member of the RIAI.
  • 10+ years Design experience in the Pharmaceutical and Bio-pharma sectors.
  • Experience in leading a design team and coordinating the other team members.
  • Specialist experience in a key technical area e.g. OSD, Filling suites, packaging area requirements, cleanroom layouts & laboratory design experience desirable with good knowledge of utility requirements.
  • Excellent communication skills (ability to lead technical reviews).
  • Strong working knowledge of Revit, Microsoft Office, sketch up & AutoCAD. 
  • Project management experience an advantage.

DPS is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

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