Utilities Project Engineer

  • Contract
  • Dublin

Website TPM05482

Summary:
A Utilities Project Engineer is required for a biopharmaceutical company in South Dublin. The successful candidate will be responsible for scoping and executing technical projects in utility areas supporting all areas of the facility.

Responsibilities:

  • Project management and execution of assigned projects including project prioritization, resources management, status management and external communication.
  • Working with various stakeholders, to scope projects and ensure requirements are satisfied.
  • Project input will span from concept, through design, construction, commissioning and operation.
  • Coordinating the introduction of new processes, equipment and materials including problem solving and troubleshooting equipment issues prior to qualification & start-up.
  • Supporting the development and implementation of maintenance programs and spare parts inventory optimization within scope of project delivery.
  • Development and management of change controls.
  • Participate as a member of multidisciplinary site and multisite teams.
  • Development of detailed specifications, engineering documents, protocols and standard operating procedures.
  • Work in a collaborative manner within the Teams structure and contributes to Root Cause Investigations and Cross Functional Investigations.
  • Work in a collaborative manner with the System Owners, Maintenance Supervisors & Technicians, Capital Project Engineers and Vendors to perform equipment upgrade and/or retrofits.
  • Perform all tasks with due care and attention ensuring compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices and company requirements, policies and procedures.
  • Support a safe working environment by complying with environmental health/safety practice, rules and regulations.
  • Travel may be required to support execution of projects.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Relevant Experience.
  • 3+ years engineering experience, preferably within a GMP manufacturing environment.
  • Strong mechanical capability with hands on experience in a technical role within similar areas.
  • Demonstrated experience in a GDP Compliant environment.
  • Experience in MS Office, MS Project, Change Control & Document Management Systems.
  • Technical report writing and communication/presentation skills.
  • Proven project management experience.

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