LSC have a great contract opportunity for a Support Utilities Engineer to join a global Biopharmaceutical company in Carlow. This is a state-of-the-art vaccines and biologics manufacturing facility currently producing many products in various therapeutic areas including: oncology, autoimmunity, pneumonia, and infectious disease.
If you have Knowledge of regulatory/code requirements to Irish, European and International Codes, Standards and Practices and are ready for your next challenge, this could be the perfect project for you!
ABOUT THE PROJECT - KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Driving operational and technical excellence to deliver all components of a stable support utility equipment portfolio supported by a flexible, collaborative, multi-skilled teamwork environment.
- Assist with design and operationalisation of a successful support utilities team that delivers right-first-time utilities to achieve production requirements.
- Resolve issues and escalate risks in a timely fashion to the relevant on-site stakeholders.
- Comply with the current manufacturing Division, Quality and EHS Management System requirements, as relevant to the project and commercial operations.
- Ensure that the support utilities 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.
- Drive effective writing/revising/ rolling out of accurate operational procedures, training materials and maintenance procedures for various IPT systems; ensure all work is subsequently carried out in line with same.
ABOUT YOU - ARE YOUR SKILLS A MATCH?
- Demonstrating energy and enthusiasm, the support utilities engineer, will be a role model for operational excellence, and will contribute to the organisation's overall capability to thrive and grow.
- Demonstrated site operations project experience, from capital project to continuous support to manufacturing operations.
- Proven track-record in delivering results in a world-class supply organisation.
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!
Apply via this advert or contact Peter Cronin at +353 21 4771 329 if you have any more questions about this opportunity!