Client Side Automation Engineer | Contract, Cork, Sonas Recruitment

Ireland, Ie, Cork
Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1276712745
Client Side Automation Engineer | Contract, Cork, Sonas Recruitment
Ireland, Ie, Cork,
Published November 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Client side automation engineer | contract

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Client Side Automation Engineer | Contract Contact Mark Rigney Salary: €65p/hr - €75 p/hr Location: IrelandMunsterCork Sector: Food & Life Sciences Contact: Mark Rigney Mobile: +353872143202 Email: Sonas Technical are currently on the lookout for an experienced Automation Engineer for our client, a multi billion global-leading pharmaceutical company. This is a initial 12 month contract and the successful candidate will will work on major €140 million pharma project in Cork. Our client is open to both PAYE and contractors for this role. A market leading remuneration package is available for the successful person. Why apply with Sonas ? We can provide insights to the best salaries, rates and benefits on offer One point of contact – We can manage all your applications, interviews and negotiations We will get your CV seen by the right hiring managers Key Responsibilities: Provide ownership and support for Delta V systems. Support includes: Act as System Owner for Process Automation Equipment Troubleshoot and complete Root Cause analysis of automation issues Supporting the day to day operation of site automated systems; by addressing corrective and preventative maintenance requests / actions. Working & collaborating proactively within the site teams’ structure to support operations through addressing issues, investigations, NC and CAPA closure(s). Ownership of complex automation control system issues. Identify, plan and implement small projects to optimize system performance Participate/lead investigations related to control system deviations Project Management of small to medium sized automation projects through conception, design, planning, approval, execution, validation, and delivery. Drive the Automation roll-out process at the Site level ensuring cost, schedule and technical solution are achieved. Project management of control system elements of continuous improvement projects. Work closely with process engineers/ technical support chemists and other departments to deliver these continuous improvement projects Create & maintain Specifications and Procedures to ensure systems align with industry standards. Represent Automation / Engineering on Site Initiative / Continuous Improvement (CI) Teams, Programs and Projects. Key Requirements: 4-year Automation Engineering / Advanced Degree and / or master’s in Engineering or Life Sciences. Experience in engineering in Biotech/Pharmaceutical industry. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Preference experience using DealtaV is required Strong analytical problem-solving skills

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