Project Engineer Chemical Manufacturing Dub 24

JO-2403-531273
  • Negotiable
  • Republic of Ireland, West Dublin
  • Full time

JO-2403-531273

Project Engineer for Chemical Manufacturing facility in Dub 24

Cpl are again working our client partner to support them with sourcing and hiring an accomplished Project Engineer for their Bulk Chemical Manufacturing and Bottling and Packaging site in Dublin 24.

The role is a full-time day shift position, and the vacancy is open due a recent internal promotion.

If you are a Degree Qualified and experienced Project Engineer who has at least 4 years’ experience in high-speed manufacturing (ideally food and beverage production, food and or beverage bottling, med dev or other high-volume industry where bottling and packaging lines are in operation) then this might well be an interesting career opportunity for you to consider.

The company are proud of their ability to secure, develop and retain top talent and they offer highly competitive salaries and benefits package as well as a rewarding long-term career within an organisation who have 55,000 staff globally and an annual turnover more than €20 billion.

The role itself is part of a team of 5 Senior Engineers, each with their own Project portfolio on the site and reporting into the site Director of Engineering.

The hiring manager is now keen to review applications and feedback will be provided on CV’s within approx 72 hours.

Please note for consideration, you must be eligible for full time perm employment in Ireland, hold the relevant 3rd level qualifications and be able to work in Dublin on a full-time basis

Reporting to the Head of Engineering, the overall objective of this role is to partake, validate and support a portfolio of project activities on site including new process installations, process modifications and process improvements relating to packaging operations unit.

This will require involvement in preliminary & detailed design, detailed project plans, regulatory compliance, validation and installation of equipment, progress updates & KPI’s, and the overall support of projects safely, in compliance, on time, in full & within budget with local and external teams.

Some of your key duties in the Project Engineer role will be to -

• You will help to deliver new automated production equipment and to make improvements to existing production lines that operate in a batch processing chemical FMCG and industrial products environment. from the chemical formulation process to filling containers, labelling, cartoning and palletisation.

• To project manage the project, to agree the scope and deliverables for the project with the project sponsor, stakeholders, and team.

• To prepare and manage project expenditure within the budget you have obtained approval for.

• Manage project stakeholders. Provide effective communication. Lead a cross functional team to ensure safe, providing the correct quality and right first-time delivery of the project.

• Organize design, procurement, installation, commissioning, and start-up into production processes.

• Work in accordance with the internal project management standards, processes, methodologies, and systems.

• Will be the subject matter expert for the project and associated processes.

• Supporting capital projects team for on-site based projects for Chemical and Adhesive Manufacturing, Facilities and Packaging operations.

• Supporting & executing Validation support activities on site across

• Partaking or leading potential Continuous improvement programs, Process mapping and gap analysis.

• Optimization of existing processes to achieve desired targets.

• Project scoping and gap analysis.

• Delivering projects and assigned duties on time and on budget.

• Coordinating changes using the approved change control procedure to ensure that cGMP is adhered to.

• Support validation activities for project activities including review of validation documentation and attendance at validation activities.

• Design and write summaries for regulatory compliance or project specific.

• Update project details on a regular basis

Candidate key requirements

• A bachelor’s degree in engineering.

• Minimum 5 years' experience in a high volume and ideally regulated manufacturing industry as a Project Engineer

• Ability and proven track record in working and managing multiple departmental teams for operational and capital projects.

• Background in high volume and regulated Manufacturing & Packaging would be advantageous.

• Must possess excellent technical writing ability.

• Strong documentation skills

• Have the capacity to work on own initiative and as part of a team.

• Possess strong interpersonal and communication skills.

• Must work to the highest engineering standards.

• Have strong technical and problem-solving skills.

• Experience in cGMP, general packaging systems and serialization is advantageous.

• Will require some travel within Europe, depending on project but will be minimal.

If you are interested in this career opportunity then please send a copy of your most up to date CV as well as notice period and approx base salary expectation to shane.gleeson@cpl.ie and I will reply back to you within 24 hours.

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