CK Group are recruiting for a Decommissioning Engineer to join a biopharmaceutical company at their site based in Innishannon on a contract basis for 11 months.
Company: Our client is a global health care leader with a diversified portfolio of prescription medicines, vaccines and animal health products. They have an interdependent global manufacturing network that's committed to delivering a compliant, reliable supply to customers and patients on time, every time, across the globe.
Location: This Decommissioning Engineer role will be based at our clients manufacturing site in Innishannon, County Cork.
Salary: From €30 per hour, depending upon experience.
Decommissioning Engineer Role:
- The Sterile IPT Decommissioning and Validation Engineer will provide technical expertise to the sterile technical team for the duration of the facility decommissioning project.
- Accountable for supporting all technical components of the process to deliver an effective and efficient facility upgrade.
- Responsible for actively participating in the Tier process to manage technical projects and proactively resolve issues before they impact the business priorities.
- Be an active member within the cross functional project team whowill lead and execute all de-commissioning equipment close out activities for the assigned portion of the project.
- Demonstrated knowledge in more than one pharmaceutical and/or chemical manufacturing operation (e.g. manufacturing, quality, engineering, etc).
- At least three year's experience in the Pharmaceutical industry or a similar operating environment with experience in a Technical role in a manufacturing environment.
- Knowledge of and experience in De-commission and validation activities.
- A strong understanding of regulatory and validation requirements.
- Demonstrated leadership skills with a continuous improvement focus.
Apply: For more information or to apply for this Decommissioning Engineer position, please contact Natasha on 44 1246 457739 or email email@example.com, quoting job ref 48782.
It is essential that applicants hold entitlement to work in Ireland.