LSC have a great contract opportunity for an Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer to join a global Biopharmaceutical company in Carlow.
If you have 3 + years of related work experience in a GMP manufacturing environment or equivalent and are ready for your next challenge, this could be the perfect project for you!
ABOUT THE PROJECT – KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
o Responsible for delivery of schedule milestones throughout the project duration.
o Collaborate and work cross functionally to develop and deliver on all aspects of the project through URS, FAT, SAT, IC, OC, IQ, OQ, PPQ and commercialization to meet schedule milestones
o Driving operational and technical excellence to deliver all components of a stable support utility (Electrical) equipment portfolio supporting PPQ, facility start-up and commercial supply, supported by a flexible, collaborative, multi-skilled teamwork environment.
o Assist with the design and operationalisation of a successful IUFT that delivers right-first-time Electrical & Instrumentation equipment to achieve production requirements.
o Resolve issues and escalate risks in a timely fashion to the relevant on-site stakeholders.
o Comply with the current company Manufacturing Division, Quality and EHS Management System requirements, as relevant to the project and commercial operations.
o Ensure that the IUFT team receive appropriate resources and programmes to develop technical and other skills, to complete their jobs whilst stimulating personal growth and development in line with role. Develop and maintain training programmes.
ABOUT YOU – ARE YOUR SKILLS A MATCH?
o Degree qualification or equivalent (Science, Engineering, Technical).
o Expertise within electrical systems (MV & LV)
o Expertise of Instrumentation and control devices incld PLC control
o Experience of Laboratory Analytical equipment an advantage
o Experience of Utility systems an advantage.
Note: Are you currently eligible to work in Ireland? As this is a contract opportunity you will need to hold a Stamp 1G/Stamp 4 visa to apply!
To apply, submit your CV via this advert or contact Paul O’Driscoll at LSC on 021-4777329 if you have anymore questions about this Instrumentation Engineer opportunity!