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Process Engineers with API/Biopharma experience for Cork

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16-125
Sector: 
Pharmaceutical
Discipline: 
Process Engineer
Type: 
Contract
Country: 
Ireland
Location: 
Cork
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IT Skills: 
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Contract Rates
Application Email: 
jobs@cmi-recruitment.com
Description: 

Process Engineers with API/Biopharma experience for Cork

Description

Previous design experience in the Pharmaceutical/ Biopharma industry is essential.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Process calculations and development of PFDs and P&IDs.
  • Preparation of specifications for process equipment.
  • Interface with supplier's engineers to prepare technical bid analysis and recommendations.
  • Design of process equipment, material & personnel flows, process utilities, waste streams.
  • Client liaison, attendance at project meetings etc
  • Design support and input to the Project / Construction team.
  • The opportunity to work on a range of projects, from conceptual stage through to detailed design, commissioning and qualification.
    • Generation, ownership and update of process-specific documents for all project stages (design, construction, C&Q, start-up, operation & maintenance).
    • Responsible for the process safety aspects of project, including compliance with ATEX, PED and other relevant directives.
    • Participation in Process Hazard Assessments/HAZOP studies.
    • Approval and execution of C&Q documentation.

Education, Experience and Skills:

  • Degree in Chemical or Process Engineering
  • Ideally a chartered engineer or progressing towards chartership
  • Completion of Design Risk Assessments
  • Participation in Technical and Safety reviews
  • Interfacing with client design team/end users
  • Organised and adaptable with a flexible approach to Process/Project Engineering.
  • 5+ years design experience in the Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical sectors  
  • Ability to work on own initiative.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills.

Contract rates: 45-60 P.H. DOE