Electrical Engineer

  • Contract
  • Meath

Website Ref: TPM03998

An Electrical Engineer is required for a biotech in Dunboyne. The incumbent will support the Engineering Team and the wider business in the start-up Biologics facility in Dunboyne.


  • Act as system owner / subject matter expert for Electrical Systems on site.
  • Oversight on operation and maintenance of electrical infrastructure
  • Oversight on operation and maintenance of life safety systems.
  • Management of electrical systems documentation.
  • Support electrical integration of facility construction and capital projects.
  • Support reliability management strategy for electrical infrastructure.
  • Coordinate and execute gap assessments of current processes against relevant corporate Engineering and EHS standards and industry best practices; identify remediation and ongoing improvement actions and drive to completion.
  • Act as site system owner / subject matter expert for application of corporate electrical-related engineering and facility design standards to site.
  • Develop and implement safe systems of work for work processes involving electrical systems and electrical services in support of the permit to work process – Control of Hazardous Energies, LOTO, safety device bypass, energized electrical work.
  • Audit compliance with safe systems of work.
  • Develop and maintain electrical engineering aspects of the site Business Continuity Plan, ensuring a highly resilient electrical infrastructure is maintained.
  • Identify and implement process and equipment / facility improvements to control business risks.
  • Support the Energy and Sustainability programme by identifying and implementing electricity conservation projects.
  • Liaise with corporate and Ireland-site colleagues on the application of the relevant EHS and engineering standards; take part in cross-site teams to support standardised application across sites.
  • Act as engineering representative on relevant cross functional site projects.
  • Provide relevant coaching, training and support to colleagues.
  • Lead and support relevant site investigations, identifying root cause and measures to prevent recurrence.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • 3rd level qualification in Electrical Engineering, or equivalent.
  • At least 10 years relevant experience in biotechnology, pharmaceutical industry or equivalent.
  • In-depth knowledge of safety and engineering standards and best practices.
  • Experience in executing risk assessments.
  • Experience in the management of safe systems of work.
  • Understanding of the principles of Business Continuity and the application to a pharmaceutical manufacturing site.
  • Experience in investigation and problem solving using structured problem-solving techniques.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

To apply for this job email your details to patricia.arrue-elorza@tandempm.ie.