CK Group are recruiting for a Process Engineer to join a company in the Pharmaceutical industry at their site based in Brinny on a contract basis for 11 months and has an hourly rate of up to €30 depending upon experience.
The Company: Our client has a long history of pushing the boundaries of science in order to help fight some the worlds most urgent global health challenges. This role is based at a state of the art biologics operation where they formulate and fill vaccines and biologic products.
The Location: The role, will be working at our clients site in Brinny which is situated in Cork in South West Ireland. The site can be difficult to get to via public transport.
The Role: The Process Engineer will provide operational process support and expertise for the manufacture of quality pharmaceutical products in accordance to meeting the priorities of: Compliance, Supply, Strategy and Profit Plan.
- Provide ongoing coaching and support to cross functional team members, to share Engineering best practices.
- Ensure supply of high quality product through ensuring equipment availability, maximise performance through OEE and continuous process improvement initiatives.
- Sound manufacturing/engineering stewardship, equipment resource planning, maintenance scheduling and control. For example shutdown activities, vendor management, change control.
- Ensure highest Quality & Compliance standards.
- Demonstrated knowledge in more than one pharmaceutical and/or chemical manufacturing operation (e.g. Engineering, Manufacturing, Process etc).
- Previous working experience in the Pharmaceutical industry or a similar operating environment with experience in an Engineering/Process role in a manufacturing environment.
- Knowledge of and experience in applying Lean Six Sigma and Lean methodologies and engineering excellence through OEE, predictive maintenance planning.
For more information or to apply for this position, please contact Natasha on 44 1438 870011 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting job ref 47984.
It is essential that applicants hold entitlement to work in Ireland.