Process Engineer - Mechanical Engineering
Blue Chip manufacturing organisation
Multi million pound project investment
About Our Client
My client is a blue chip manufacturing organisation based in Liverpool who have undergone significant investment in multi million pound projects.
Act as Mechanical Process Engineer in carrying out assigned process-related improvement projects in compliance with safety and regulatory requirements during all phases of assigned projects
Act as a technical Subject Matter Expert (SME) to assume responsibility for the performance of key plant unit operations with a focus on continuous improvement of:
Cost of Goods
Operational reliability (process and plant)
Monitor plant performance and scope and deliver improvement projects using Six Sigma tools and Project Management methodologies including:
Design Qualification, Design Review and HAZOP studies
Process, equipment & component specification (plant, instrumentation, automation & consumables/disposables)
Change control management
Input into budget development and securing of Opex & Capex funding
Automation approach including the Sequence of Operations and FDS definition
Commissioning, validation and handover (SAT, FT/Commissioning, IQ, OQ, PQ, CV, CSV)
Technical training of operational staff
Ensure that customer expectations are met for business KPIs and work priorities including:
On time closure of deviations, CAPAs, change controls, MRFs and regulatory commitments
Project selection & portfolio management
Responsible for managing and supervising consultants/suppliers and contract staff carrying out project work, with particular emphasis on health & safety aspects of site work. Supervisory responsibilities will include use of Permit-to-Work and plant isolation procedures.
Responsible for end-to-end process change procedures, handling a wide range of types of project - from process control software modifications to minor capital projects or participation on larger capital projects.
Many of the process changes to be handled will be documented in the Quality Management system and as such, may be subject to regulatory scrutiny.
The Successful Applicant
Mechanical Engineering Degree is essential
1 to 3 years experience in a process engineer (mechanically biased) role within a manufacturing environment (Food / FMCG / Pharmaceutical / Chemical / etc)
What's on Offer
£30,000 to £40,000 dependent on experience