Job Ref: 3367 Recruiter: Tom Doyle
Country: Ireland Location: Dublin
Job Category: Process, Pharma Life Science, Salary Range: €Negotiable

Job Description

Serialisation / Automation Engineer (Dublin) Pharmaceutical

Suitable candidates will have: Relevant 3rd level degree qualification or higher in Engineering or Science with a minimum of 3 to 5 years experience working as an Engineer in Automation preferably with Serialisation experience in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing.

You will have excellent communication skills and be team orientated with a strategic mind set.

You will also be self-driven with the ability to work independently.

The proven ability to act fast to quickly understand and evaluate complex issues and make decisions based on analysis.

Proven ability to achieve results while meeting deadlines

 

The Role: The position is Serialisation Automation Engineer  with our client a Pharmaceutical manufacturing client in Dublin South West within their Technical Services Automation Department. Reporting to the Technical Services Automation Manager.

Direct and manage the installation of new Serialisation equipment so that the relevant department receives a standard and reliable process that requires the minimum of support resources.

Support and work proactively with the production business units in using Serialisation related equipment/software and the onboarding of new markets.

Support the Serialisation software system for the Group and liaise with global Serialisation colleagues in diagnosing issues.

Provide a professional support service to Business Units, Quality, Logistics and Technical Services Departments in terms of technical and operational support, in particular in diagnosing Serialisation System and existing Automation Control systems’ problems, faults and alarms and improving equipment reliability.

Maintain and modify control strategies/recipes of the Site Serialisation System to suit current and future requirements and to liaise effectively with the Business Units, QA and Compliance in carrying out the above work so that the requirements of each in terms of quality, cost and output are met.

Provide a validation, in particular software validation, service to other Departments when required.

Provide investigations and follow up corrective actions on deviations, as required.

Ensure Compliance with cGMP, Health & Safety, Environmental and company standards.

Note:  The position is open to suitable candidates interested in a Long-Term Contract or Permanent Staff role and Hr Rate or Salary is negotiable depending on experience.

For further information or to apply please contact:  Tom Doyle at kppm. P: 086 8205038 | E: tom@kppm.ie |W: www.kppm.ie

or email tom@kppm.ie

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