- An amazing opportunity has arisen for a Senior Reliability Engineer at our client’s pharmaceutical facility in Co. Meath.
- The successful candidate will be working as part of the Engineering Centre of Excellence and reporting to the Engineering CoE Lead, this position will support the Engineering Team and the wider business in the start-up of the State-of-the-Art Biologics facility in Co. Meath.
- Working within the Reliability Team, this role will provide expert reliability support to all areas of the site.
- The role will ensure the consistent application of best-in-class reliability practices aligned to corporate programs; these include Predictive Maintenance and Condition Monitoring techniques, ARM (Asset and Reliability Management), RBAM (Risk Based Asset Management), etc.
Core Duties and Responsibilities:
- Implement and monitor Predictive and Condition-Based maintenance techniques, including analysis of alarms and notifications.
- Implement Preventative Maintenance optimisation programme across facility, utility and process assets.
- Assess site assets using structured RBAM (Risk Based Asset Management) programme.
- Perform spare parts criticality assessment; recommend spare parts inventory improvements.
- Support the upgrade of the CMMS (maintenance and calibration) system.
- Implement training programmes to embed Reliability in standard work.
- Collaborate with local and above-site teams leads to deliver best in class asset management consistent with the corporate model.
- Benchmark and remain current with development of new technologies in the reliability excellence field of expertise and seek to deploy process improvements through innovation and utilization of these technological advances.
- Provide technical guidance and mentoring to a skilled technical team and provide ongoing coaching and support to all team members.
- Lead and participate in cross-functional problem-solving teams for troubleshooting, and investigations related to reliability across the site.
- Assist in equipment and process introduction and modifications.
Minimum Qualifications and Experience:
- Degree-level qualification in an Engineering, technical discipline or equivalent.
- Formal qualification in Engineering Reliability, Predictive Maintenance, etc.
- Formal qualification in investigation techniques, lean practices, etc.
- At least 5 years relevant experience in biotechnology, pharmaceutical industry or equivalent.
- In-depth knowledge of safety and engineering standards and best practices.
- Knowledge of cGMP regulatory requirements for engineering systems and processes.
- Proven understanding in investigation and problem solving using structured problem-solving techniques.
- Proven knowledge in implementing change and project management.
If you would like to discuss this vacancy or to discuss your career and other job opportunities in confidence, contact us:
14 Danville Business Park, Kilkenny, Ireland
+353 56 77 90100
Please note, we do not require agency assistance with this role.