Equipment Project Engineer

Website TPM05341

Summary:
Our client is a global biopharmaceutical company based in Waterford, looking for an Equipment Project Engineer to deliver a diverse project portfolio assignment. Delivery of this project portfolio includes enzyme, monoclonal antibodies (mAbs), oral dosage, medical device, laboratories & packaging operations. The successful candidate will schedule, plan, forecast, resource and manage all activities to ensure the project schedule, cost, quality and scope adherence are maintained from conception to completion. The assigned projects will be for a multi-million-euro portfolio.

Responsibilities:

  •  Perform procurement, and acceptance of equipment & associated infrastructure on behalf of our client and report regularly on project status throughout the project lifecycle.
  • Management of the end-to-end project lifecycle is key to success.
  • Ensure compliance with environmental, health and safety codes practices, approved project KPIs, performance standards and specifications are maintained.
  • Liaise with external and internal customers, suppliers, and vendors to define and deliver right-first-time project deployment.
  • Chair and Interact with assigned project teams to interpret their requirements and ensure approval to align project scope as requested.
  • Assign responsibilities, mentor project team and maintain accurate project planning documentation as defined by the stage gate model for project delivery.
  • Communicate effectively with weekly reports to management and senior stakeholders.
  • Support to other project participants to overcome obstacles when they present themselves.
  • Review engineering deliverables, initiate site change controls and associate documentation required by the project life cycle.
  • Responsible for delivering performance metrics for budget, schedule, scope and quality adherence.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Degree in Engineering discipline as a minimum.
  • Project Management certification an advantage.
  • At least 5 years’ working on GMP projects with proven track record of successful delivery.

To apply for this job email your details to orla.daly@tandempm.ie.