Manager, Process Engineer

Duties include the development and / or technology transfer of new solutions and modifications to our existing manufacturing process systems while adhering to established regulatory compliance requirements.  The engineer is responsible for developing appropriate solutions to satisfy the needs of internal customers in accordance with company guidelines and procedures, and within budget and schedule commitments by applying and utilizing the methods of engineering. This role will lead or participate in the development of URS's, equipment, instrument and component specifications, engineering calculations for mass & energy balances, computational fluid dynamics, engineering design including PFD and P&ID development, FAT and SAT planning/execution, initial start-up, commissioning and qualification of process systems.  The engineer will work closely with automation engineers to deliver process control of critical process parameters and critical quality attributes. This engineer works closely with project managers, maintenance and operational staff, other technical design, validation and engineering professionals, in a collaborative environment to provide effective and timely solutions to project and operational requirements Requirements Education/experience Minimum B.S., Biochemical, Mechanical or Chemical Engineering. 3-10 years of experience in applied process design engineering relating to biological production. Knowledge of GMP requirements and commissioning and qualification would be beneficial. Formal training in fermentation/bioreactors and/or typical separation & purification technology applications in biologicals manufacturing is an advantage. R2480763
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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