R & D Sterile-Process Engineer

Job Overview

R&D Sterile Process Lead

Job Overview:

We have an excellent opportunity for an R&D Sterile Process Lead to join a rapidly expanding pharma company in Waterford as part of their growing R & D Team. This company has invested millions into their Waterford facilities including a brand new R&D Facility demonstrating their long-term commitment to employees and the South East region.

What's in it for you?

This is a superb opportunity to work in for an innovative and friendly pharmaceutical company that serve patients with life-improving treatments. Working here will be a fantastic addition to your CV. Your work will truly make a difference to people's lives and you will work alongside cutting-edge technology and a supportive and friendly team.

Your new position:

The R&D Sterile Process Lead will be responsible for supporting the R&D Department by providing significant fill-finish technical expertise to support all aspects of the manufacturing of sterile products. As a key member of the R&D Team, you will provide leadership, cross-functional development, and technical expertise on the aseptic manufacture of biologics.

What You'll Need to Succeed:

Degree in an engineering or science discipline (preferably biotechnology)

Ideally you will have five years' + experience working in relevant unit operations including:

Sterile filtration,
Aseptic processing,
Component processing technologies,
Liquid filling
Visual inspection.

What you'll get:

You will be remunerated with an attractive salary along with pension, healthcare, family fun days and free onsite parking. You will be part of a focused team who work together and support one another with their workloads. The atmosphere is friendly and all employees are supported by peers and managers.


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