Collins McNicholas

*** This role would suit anyone seeking the flexibility and energy of a start up company, but also seeking the stability of a well-established multi national organisation. This person will be part of a team set up to bring a vaccine from development stages to production ***

Role Responsibilities:

  • Lead and participate in problem solving teams across all areas of the IPT (e.g. reliability, Safety, Quality (e.g.CAPA/DN/MDNs etc).
  • Lead and close process related deviations and reports.
  • Support Operations team to consistently deliver on specific area Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), e.g. EHS metrics, Production Plan, compliance and team training.
  • Provides frontline technical EHS support & coaching to the operational team and be first point of contact for safety related concerns (e.g. Entropy actions/MOC/Permits/Risk assessments).
  • Protocol/report authoring/execution/oversight/approval as appropriate
  • Ensure highest Quality, Compliance and Safety standards.
  • Participate and comply with the company Manufacturing Division Quality Management Systems (QMS) requirements, including ownership, as relevant.
  • Provide ongoing support to cross functional team members, to share process, engineering and maintenance best practices.
  • Provide coaching and development to all technicians within the IPT. Tactical Implementation & Support for reliability equipment initiatives.
  • Ensure supply of high quality product through ensuring equipment availability; maximize team member performance through continuous process improvement initiatives.
  • Provide technical, process and engineering expertise within a wide range of projects within the IPT, such as the introduction of new equipment and process’s.

 

Qualifications and Skills Required:

  • Level 8 honours degree in a science or engineering discipline.
  • 1 years Engineering/Technical experience within a GMP Environment.
  • At least 1 years experience in the Pharmaceutical industry or a similar operating environment with experience in a Technical role in a manufacturing environment.
  • Knowledge of and experience in applying Lean Six Sigma and Lean methodologies, with an understanding of regulatory and validation requirements.
  • Proven capability to support the day to day operations within the IPT.
  • Demonstrated successes in a team environment, such as project teams, Lean Six Sigma team, etc.
  • Demonstrated problem solving capabilities.
  • Proven ability to implement lean projects.
  • Demonstrated leadership and change management skills with a continuous improvement focus.
  • Ability to interact with multiple stakeholders.

 

For a confidential discussion and more information on the role, please contact Aisling Lane on 021 4809118 or email aisling.lane@collinsmcnicholas.ie

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