Project Engineer (Automation)
NES FIRCROFT 54000.00 British Pound . GBP Per annum
Craigavon, Armagh, United Kingdom
Job type: fulltime
Job industry: Engineering
£36,000 - £64,000
Project Engineer (Automation)
OVERALL ROLE OBJECTIVE:
The ideal candidate will be responsible for the specification, design, development, installation, testing and administration of control systems to the highest industrial and pharmaceutical standard. The focus of the work will be to ensure that automation systems operate efficiently and safely, and in compliance with cGXP regulations.
JOB SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:
Ensure technical support is provided for new and existing automation systems on site, whilst applying knowledge of automation systems to manage the specification, design, and implementation of building automation and process control solutions in accordance with GAMP 5 and other recognised industry best practices.
Management of the upgrade/patching/modification of existing systems, providing technical input to the assessment of impact from the proposed change, thusly initiating the proposed change, whilst ensuring the commissioning of automation systems, and manage the resolution of deficiencies through to completion.
Identify training requirements and provide technical training for operations, engineering and maintenance staff in the use of new and existing automation systems, whilst supervising and co-ordination outside contractors as well as liaising with group IS /IT to ensure interfaces between automation systems and IS / IT systems are clearly understood, setup and managed appropriately.
Identify new technology that could be used to provide real business benefit to the organisation, furthermore assisting in the development of Engineering Services automation standards and good engineering practices, whilst undertaking other duties in relation to the position as the Company requires, including working additional hours as requested by the Automation Manager.
GENERAL ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES:
Quality- Ensure GMP is adhered to in all areas of work.
Health and safety- Understand Company's Health & Safety Policy and follow all company HSE procedures. Report all accidents or any unsafe conditions in the work place.
Human Resource Management- Ensure training has been received before undertaking specific duties and that all training is recorded in training records.
Communication- Communicate within your own department to ensure that all relevant information is forwarded to the appropriate personnel on a regular and timely basis. Provide regular updates to your line manager regarding progress on required duties and the status of any projects.
Equal Opportunities- Observe and adhere to the company's Equal Opportunities and Dignity at Work policies ensuring that a neutral and harmonious work environment is maintained in which bullying and/or harassment does not occur.
Core Competency Framework- Ensure that all job specific responsibilities relating to the overall role objective are carried out in accordance with the requirements outlined within the core competency framework.
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