• 14 Danville Business Park, Kilkenny, R95 F727, Ireland
  • +353 56 779 0100
  • info@prochem.ie
  • North Valley Business Centre, Cork, T23 KC67, Ireland     +353 21 206 6178     info@prochem.ie
  • Utilities Engineer – Co. Carlow

    Role Summary:

     

    • A new opportunity has arisen for a Utilities Engineer at our client’s busy pharmaceutical site in Co. Carlow.
    • Utilities Engineer/SME will be responsible for the following systems (non-exhaustive): Plant Steam, Chilled Water, Domestic Hot Water, HVAC, Cleanroom, Refrigeration (2-8degC), Cooling Towers, Low Pressure Hot Water, Sprinkler, Natural Gas.
    • The successful candidate will provide technical expertise to maintenance and manage the operation of the utilities equipment.
    • The Utilities Engineer reports to the Associate Director, Facilities & Utilities.

     

    Core Duties and Responsibilities:

     

    • Resolve issues and escalate risks in a timely fashion to the relevant on-site stakeholders.
    • Drive effective writing/revising/ rolling out of accurate operational procedures, training materials and maintenance procedures for various systems; ensure all work is subsequently carried out in line with same.
    • Foster a culture of continuous improvement by deploying Six Sigma tools

     

    Minimum Qualifications and Experience:

     

    • Degree qualification or equivalent (Science, Engineering, Technical).
    • Experience in manufacturing utilizing support utilities such as chillers, CTUs and boilers.
    • Evidence of continuous professional development is desirable.
    • At least 5yrs Experience with utilities equipment
    • Demonstrated site operations and project experience.
    • A strong career history in pharma (ideally working with support utilities) and familiarity with a highly regulated environment.
    • Positive, flexible action-oriented attitude.
    • SME (subject matter expert) in support utility systems
    • Knowledge of regulatory/code requirements to Irish, European and International Codes, Standards and Practices
    • Report, standards, policy writing skills required
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and job-related computer applications required
    • Lean Six Sigma Methodology experience advantageous

     

    To Apply:

     

    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
    recruitment@prochem.ie

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    Please note, we do not require agency assistance with this role.