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CQV Engineer

  1. Midlands (Ireland)
  1. Contract
Competitive
24863
  1. Commisions, Qualification and Validation
Date Posted22 May 2020
CQV Engineer -  €500 million expansion project - Leinster

With global demand for their life-changing oncology treatment increasing; one of our global pharmaceutical clients is looking for a CQV Engineer to join their team to support a €500 million expansion project in Leinster.  

This is a fantastic opportunity to work on a state-of-the art fill-finish facility and the company’s first stand-alone vaccine and biologics plant outside the US. 


The CQV Engineer will specifically be responsible for clean utilities implementation onto a greenfield site.

Role:
  • Liaise with suppliers in relation to construction readiness and a schedule for all Clean Utilities systems, perform and lead all field walk-downs for all systems.
  • Complete CQV review, aligning with Transition Group in relation to review and approval of all Turnover Packages, both Vendor and Contractor Packages within the Clean Utilities scope. 
  • Liaise with CQV Team in relation to punch list closure both pre-M/C and during the CQV execution phase for all Clean Utilities systems. 
  • Liaise with CQV PM and Lead Scheduler in relation to schedule creation and management for all Process Equipment Support, ensuring all correct predecessors and successors are in place.
  • Ensure Commissioning readiness of all Clean Utilities Systems to support Equipment Start-up and CQV Testing.
  • Liaise with all Project Groups to ensure all Clean Utilities Systems are managed appropriately for the entire Project Lifecycle.
  • Liaise with CQV Document Generation Lead in relation to generation and approval of; Design Reviews/SLIA/Test Matrices/FAT/SAT/CTP Protocols.
  • Support execution of all Clean Utilities CQV deliverables; FAT/SAT/CTP.
  • Assist with Weekly CQV Clean Utilities Meeting and ensure updates are provided to Weekly CQV Meeting.
 Requirements:
  • Minimum of 8 years of Clean Utilities experience including experience with design and construction projects for pharma / biotech manufacturing facilities. 
  • Experience with complex projects and working in or around operating facilities.
  • Ability to keep work pace and meet deadlines. Good organizing and planning skills.
  • Demonstrated proficiency communicating and collaborating at a variety of levels with customers, vendors, equipment suppliers and operations staff.
  • Proven success working well in a team environment with flexibility to react to changing business needs.
  • Computer skills (Spreadsheets, Word Processing, Visio, Microsoft Project)

An exciting opportunity to be involved with a key project in Ireland, if this is you, please apply today.

The candidate must have the rights to work in the location stated in the job advert.

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