The Lead Clean Utilities Process Engineer must be an energetic, self-motivated, and innovative individual who shall possess the skills required to successfully develop and execute project tasks and deliverables, be a collaborative team player, and have a strong drive to deliver to customers. This role will provide process engineering leadership and guidance to develop and implement process concepts and designs on Clean Utilities projects including WFI, clean steam, clean air, process gasses, and CIP/SIP systems. The Lead Process Utilities Engineer is responsible for coordinating with other disciplines including architects, mechanical, I&C, and electrical engineers and also client personnel to ensure the design requirements are met. Project sizes will vary and will consist primarily of pharmaceutical Clean Utilities process projects including both existing renovations / retrofits and new construction.
- Degree in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering preferred
- 10+ years of experience required, much of this preferably in a design firm setting
- Professional Registration is a plus
- Proficient in developing process strategies/philosophies for Clean Utilities projects
- Proficient in FDA, EMA, and other regulatory standards and requirements for Clean Utilities processes
- Advanced knowledge and application of cGMP in Clean Utilities applications required
- Proven ability to present process designs to existing and new clients required
- Proven ability to lead a project and to direct the process design effort required
- Proven ability to author articles and to present at conferences required
- Experience with MS Office products especially Word, Visio and Excel required
- Ability to direct Clean Utilities design activities and lead a team of engineers required
- Generation of equipment lists for Clean Utilities processes.
- Generation of detailed process description narratives, process flow diagrams, and P&IDs.
- Working directly with facility planners to lay out Clean Utilities systems requirements.
- Working with other disciplines to ensure the necessary details related to the systems are fully coordinated.
- Coordinating with equipment providers and making recommendations and selections based on client and project requirements.
- Writing process equipment specifications.
- Writing testing requirements and attending factory acceptance tests (FATs) for equipment.
- Following projects after construction documents are issued and reviewing submittals, answering RFIs, and making field visits to verify progression of process scope is proceeding per the intent of the design.
- Participating in HAZOP reviews and project quality reviews.
- Being a mentor and providing training to Process engineers.
- Coordinate with SME on the development and presentation of continuing education topics internally.
- Staying abreast of the latest technologies used in our industry and being aware of the approximate costs of the various technologies that could be used to solve our clients’ design challenges.
- Establishing CRB as a thought leader throughout the industry such that additional project opportunities become available.