MES Engineer

  • Salary: Up to €40 per hour DOE
  • REF Number: 00048616
  • Consultant: Natasha Young
  • Contact: 01246 457739
  • Date Published: 30.07.2020
  • Closed Date: 06.08.2020
  • Sector: Pharmaceutical
  • Location: Innishannon, Co. Cork, Ireland (Cork area)
  • Discipline: Automation

CK Group are recruiting for a MES Engineer to join a biopharmaceutical company at their site based in Innishannon on a contract basis for 11 months.

Company: Our client is a global health care leader with a diversified portfolio of prescription medicines, vaccines and animal health products. They have an interdependent global manufacturing network that's committed to delivering a compliant, reliable supply to customers and patients on time, every time, across the globe.

Location: This MES Engineer role will be based at our clients manufacturing site in Innishannon, County Cork.

Salary: Up to €40 per hour, depending upon experience.

MES Engineer Role:

  • Develop and/or review System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) deliverables.· Work with MES vendor in development of systems architecture, specifications, controls strategies, sequence of operations through all design stages.
  • Work closely with the QAIT function to ensure compliance with company Quality standards.
  • Participate in Hardware and Software FATs and SATs.
  • Provide input to the development of project schedules and document trackers.

Your Background:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Information Systems, Computer Science or the Life Sciences or equivalent working experience.
  • Experience in a similar role, ideally in the Pharmaceutical industry.
  • Experience in the commissioning of MES on site in a GMP manufacturing environment.
  • Technical proficiency on controls systems including familiarity with control panels, networking, panel/field wiring and PLC control systems.

Apply: For more information or to apply for this MES Engineer position, please contact Natasha on 44 1246 457739 or email irishcontracts@ckagroup.co.uk, quoting job ref 48616.

It is essential that applicants hold entitlement to work in Ireland.

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