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Graduate Quality and Commissioning Technician

Location: Kilkenny
Job Type:Permanent
Salary:Not Disclosed
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May be suitable for: Graduate

Graduate Quality and Commissioning Technicianrequired for a staff role with a Kilkenny based client.

Role Summary:

The Quality and Commissioning Technician will be involved in commissioning activities throughout the manufacturing and testing process. Including deviation resolution, project closeout and inspecting critical incoming materials throughout the manufacturing process.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Quality Documentation 25%

  • Follows companies procedures and policies for completing inspections.
  • Sends out communication both within Quality department as well as cross-functional teams.
  • Completes reports outlining issues found.
  • Provides feedback and updates to current Quality Inspection processes as needed.

Commissioning Documentation Generation 30%

  • Creates punch list to track items requiring correction.
  • Develops FAT, and SAT documentation for each POD as requested.

Commissioning Execution 30%

  • Travels to job sites, interacts well with customer (Up to 30% travel to client sites)
  • Executes and part-takes in Engineering Testing, FAT and SAT
  • Follows Good Documentation Practices to ensure that tests performed are clearly and legibly documented.
  • Documents any discrepancies/deviations that occur during testing.
  • Performs Root Cause Analysis of issues and works with a multidisciplinary team to facilitate the correction of issues.
  • Follows customer SOPs in gowning and performing testing in pharmaceutical cleanroom environments.

Support of Commissioning and Quality Department as Needed 15%

  • Manages Commissioning Equipment
  • Generates Commissioning and Quality (SOPs) Standard Operating Procedures
  • Train other employees

Education and Experience:

  • Degree in Engineering, Science or Construction fields is required.
  • Ability to follow PID and perform redline identification is required.
  • Experience working and knowledge pertaining to Pharmaceutical Cleanrooms cGMP standards is preferred.
  • Experience with working in Construction or Fabrication environments is preferred.
  • Knowledge of HVAC systems is preferred.
  • Skill in computer functions such as Revu, Word, Excel is preferred.

For more information contactRuth Hollandon087 7822


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