18 Months, renewed in 6 month increments
- Client is looking for a Process Engineer with a strong troubleshooting background to work 7am-7pm on a 3 2 3 schedule. This is an aseptic line, similar to vial filling, and gowning will be required (around 50% of the shift). Working on the production floor for lines that are moving towards commercialization over the next year or so. The process engineering is done and they are working on moving towards stability batches. Work with operators on the process. Will be working on the floor, watching processes, identifying issues, and work with operators and corrections if something is wrong. Troubleshoot and/or mechanically work on a piece or part as needed and work with operators to come up to speed on aseptic techniques and requirements. The line involves filling glass vials up to cappers: commodity, washer tunnel, filler and capper (Optima equipment). Investigation experience, looking for someone who can take something apart, put back together and knows where there could be issues. What are fill line issues, failure modes and how to mitigate them. This is their most technical/complex line and need someone with very deep technical abilities (prefer engineering or mechanical background).
- Must have a strong process engineering background, including experience with maintenance and hands on background troubleshooting issues. Must have extensive experience working on a filling line. Aseptic background, including Class A / B gowning. Strong troubleshooting/investigation background with mechanical capabilities. Any experience with Optimal and Syntegon fillers would be plusses. BS preferred but experience is more important.
Process Engineer, Production, Maintenance, Filling, Aseptic, Pharma and Troubleshooting
NC: Process Engineer Trobleshooting (234099)