In our production departments, raw materials are transformed into filled medicines. The product goes through various production steps (weighing, formulation, preparation, filling, freeze-drying, capping, inspection, storage and transport).
At all steps, production strives for the highest degree of operational excellence. Further on in the production process, the medicine will be labeled and packaged and then reach our patient via the distribution chain.
The position of Process Engineer is located within the Vaccines Plant.
This is a fully integrated pharmaceutical production department where vaccines are formulated, filled and inspected. The Vaccines Plant is a growing department with a high degree of automation. In our department we have 2 washing-sterilization-preparations centers, 8 formulation suites, 3 filling lines, inspection lines, a packaging line and a stopper processors.
“As a Process Engineer you are the first point of contact for all technical aspects within the formulation & preparation process.”
As a starting Process Engineer Vaccines you will join a young and driven team where team spirit and mutual support are central. The team succeeds time and time again in pushing the boundaries of what is possible.
We strongly believe in team work and making a difference! That is why the tasks below are typical for the Process Engineer, but the final result of the team is above all else.
As a process engineer you are the first point of contact for operations in the field of technical breakdowns and safety-quality-efficiency losses. You are also regarded as a technical expert, process monitor and problem solver for the mRNA vaccine formulation and preparation process.
Nice to have
If you do not fully meet all the requirements, but still feel strongly that you are the perfect candidate for this position, we certainly encourage you to apply!
Work Location Assignment: On Premise
The Pfizer site in Puurs is one of Pfizer's largest production and packaging sites worldwide, specialized in aseptic production and packaging. More than 400 million doses of injectable vaccines and medicines are produced in Puurs every year. These are packaged on site in ampoules, vials, plastic bottles, syringes and pen cartridges.
The medicines made in Puurs are intended for patients in more than 170 countries worldwide. 30% of the production from Puurs is intended for developing countries, in collaboration with UNICEF, WHO, GAVI and NGOs.
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