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Technical Operations Engineer (Pharmaceutical)

Location: Cork
Experience:See description
Job Type:Fixed Term Contract
Salary:Not Disclosed
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Technical Operations Engineer (Pharmaceutical) – Cork (Contract)

Our client is a large international pharmaceutical company looking for Junior & Senior Technical Operations Engineers to join their team in Cork.

Role Overview:

The Technical Operations Engineer is a member of the Technical Operations (TO) Team with the dedicated focus on:

1. Continued Process Verification

2. Process Validation

3. Process Improvements

4. Leading complex cross functional investigations

5. Standards and new technology deployment

The Technical Operations Engineer is a key contributor to Lifecycle Management and process improvement initiatives on the Cork site.

Main Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Manage / execute the validation program related to LCM for existing products
  • Issue / review validation plan, protocols and reports
  • Be the site TO representative in LCM/NPI project teams as process / validation SME
  • As required coordination of LCM projects on site, under responsibility of global TO organization
  • Own / participate in the CPV program by issuing plans, protocols and reports and oversee execution.
  • Lead complex investigations on the site by providing facilitation / technical expertise
  • Provides process / technology input to SOP’s, Master Batch Records and change controls
  • Partner with Engineering & Maintenance and contribute to equipment changes / introduction projects on the site
  • Lead / support process improvement projects, including new technology / analytics introduction
  • Contribute to Standardization initiatives for Technical Operations
  • Technical support / direct participation in partnership with Quality / Operations on any regulatory audits and inspection

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Honours degree in Engineering or Science, with experience in a pharmaceutical environment
  • Excellent social and communication skills
  • Self-driven and keeps up to date with regulatory, technical developments within the industry.
  • Acute attention to detail
  • Focus on patients and customers at all times.


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