LSC has an exciting opportunity for a NPI Process Engineer to join a pharmaceutical company in Limerick. This will be a dynamic environment that is constantly innovating, relies on cutting-edge technology to deliver life-saving medicines. You will be working in a site that supplies active ingredients through complex chemical synthesis and biotechnology manufacturing processes for a range of therapeutics. This is a chance for you to work with a global company that strives for excellence in every aspect of its operation and has a huge reputation for its diverse working culture.
ABOUT THE PROJECT - KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
- collaborate with Indianapolis development and technical teams to design, transfer, and execute robust processes that can deliver quality product safely in our API manufacturing facilities.
- Lead the process engineering aspects of new product introduction into the site through effective application of chemical engineering fundamentals, e.g., / operability assessment, scaleup calculations, modelling, etc.
- Understand, develop and implement the basis of safety for the new product introduction.
- Generate documentation and training material to facilitate safe & timely execution of startup and successful campaign delivery.
- Provide trouble-shooting and technical oversight on new products in collaboration with development.
- Identify opportunities, and engage in initiatives, to continually improve business processes related to new product introduction.
ABOUT YOU - ARE YOUR SKILLS A MATCH?
- Degree qualified - Process / Chemical Engineering degree with minimally 5 years' relevant experience in Small Molecule / API Manufacturing and New Product Introduction.
- Deep technical interest and understanding in the field of chemical engineering.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
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!
Call Cian Marnane at LSC on at (021) 477 7329 to discuss in detail or apply directly via this advert.