This position is responsible for the Boca Raton Facilities Engineering functions which includes the engineering project estimating, design, installation, commissioning, and modification of equipment, systems and facilities in conformance with various national and international government and health regulatory approval agencies, local and state codes, applicable industry guidelines and company policies. This position will also be responsible for writing equipment operational and maintenance procedures, maintaining drawings, P&ID’s, engineering manuals, and associated documentation and performing engineering studies to increase reliability and efficiency and reduce operating costs.
Bachelor’s degree preferred. Technical diploma (minimum) in Mechanical, Electrical, or Chemical Engineering combined with years of experience can be look at together for qualifications
Experienced in the technical operation of Water for Injection (WFI) systems, autoclaves, HVAC systems, complex electrical and steam powered high capacity chillers and ultra low temperature refrigeration systems, cooling towers, liquid pumping and compressible gas fluid systems including air compressors, NG and diesel fired and waste heat boilers, clean steam, NG/diesel electric generators, decon and waste neutralization systems, Low-Medium-High voltage power switching and distribution systems, building structure and architectural systems, and life and property protection systems. Detailed engineering design skills in the principles of environmental control and psychometrics, refrigeration, pumps and fluid dynamics, gas, steam, and condensate flow principles and characteristics, thermodynamics, structural design theory and properties of materials, sound and vibration, and working knowledge of electrical and chemical theory.
Engineering project management, including budget, schedule, and document management, in the design, cost estimating, procurement, installation, construction, modification, and commissioning, as applicable, of complex multi-system, multi-discipline equipment and systems for general use and GMP regulated areas. This includes biotechnology and laboratory facilities, warehouse and general, product, and raw material storage, dedicated and general service and utility areas, and building and site services, consistent with national and international government and health regulatory approval agencies, local and state codes, applicable industry, life and property loss prevention, safety, and cGMP guidelines and practices.