Lead Utilities Engineer

ROLE SUMMARY
  • The Lead Utilities Engineer will have responsibility for maintaining and improving utility operations at the site.
  • This person is responsible for maintaining a firm understanding of the departmental daily operations as the point of contact for utility operational issues.
  • Supports manufacturing, facility and utility operations by effectively troubleshooting to root cause, developing and managing process improvements, conceptual designs, long range planning and recommendations.


ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Manages department capital projects from conceptual phases through equipment installation, cGMP compliance, commissioning, validation and continuous improvement within budget constraints.
  • Manages/oversees installation of new and upgrade of existing utility equipment used to produce and distribute; Water for Injection in high purity piping distribution systems, oil free compressed, air chilled water, high quality and plant steam systems, power distribution and all ancillary utility.
  • Develop and oversee cohesive project teams of management, supervisors, technicians, and contractors to drive successful projects in terms of scope, schedule and budget.
  • Generate reports utilizing MS Project, budget tracking and timeline management tools.
  • Thorough understanding of electrical power distribution system maintenance and operation and oversee additions to and upgrades of that system.
  • Identify and achieve cost reduction goals through engineering improvements and conceptual design development.
  • Supports the development of capital plans and cycles to include project scopes and estimates.
  • Complies with site wide procedures including but not limited to change control, documentation, deviation reporting, cGMP compliance, safety, and electronic data security. Develops long range plans for site infrastructure systems.


BASIC QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelor's Degree in an Engineering Discipline with 5+ years of Engineering or Maintenance experience in a pharmaceutical, FDA, or regulated industry utility's environment required, pharmaceutical is preferred.
  • Master's Degree in an Engineering Discipline with 3+ years of Engineering or Maintenance experience in a pharmaceutical, FDA, or regulated industry utility's environment required, pharmaceutical is preferred.
  • Must have working experience with pharmaceutical, FDA, or regulated qualified systems such as high purity water, high quality steam, Oil Free Compressed Air and specialty gasses.
  • Must have working experience in traditional utility systems such as cooling towers, chillers, boilers, steam/condensate distribution, air drying, wastewater etc.
  • Experience in a cGMP regulated field
  • Hands-on experience in designing and implementing PLC or DCS and HMI systems.
  • Must have the knowledge and skills to specify, install, start-up and validate sophisticated electrical / mechanical systems and facilities improvements.
  • Must have a good understanding of cGMPs, engineering standards, validation guidelines, etc. necessary to manage projects in compliance with facility and regulatory requirements. Management of all phases of a project from specifying equipment, through funding request and approval, purchase, installation, commissioning, validation and operational startup.
  • This individual is accountable for satisfactory performance of major equipment and upgrades and must be able to develop solutions to complex issues.
  • Experience in manufacturing power distribution is preferred.


PHYSICAL/MENTAL REQUIREMENTS
  • Stand up to 8-12 hours per shift, sit for up to 2-4 hours per shift, twist at waist 10 times per hour, regularly lift up to 20 pounds per activity 5 times per shift, occasionally lift a maximum of 50 pounds per activity 1 time per shift, walk, climb stairs, climb ladders/walk on catwalks
  • Days 8am - 5pm


Other Job Details:
  • Last Date to Apply for Job: November 30, ,2020
  • Eligible for Relocation Package
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