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Start Date / End Date : 12/03/2012 / 10/31/2013
The candidate will be part of an engineering group that is responsible for applying engineering skills and
experience to ensure the reliability, safety, and quality compliance of manufacturing and utility equipment for. Specifically, the candidate may own a combination of process tanks, rotating equipment such as pumps, agitators, and eductors, chromatography systems, glass-washers, autoclaves and parts washers, clean-in-place skids and equipment, and associated valves and
instrumentation. Duties and tasks associated with system ownership include providing engineering expertise to manufacturing and maintenance, developing and/or revising maintenance strategies, plans, and procedures, overseeing equipment startup tasks, leading troubleshooting investigations, supporting safety/compliance investigations, providing technical support to engineering projects, and managing equipment projects on a small scale. System owners must work closely with multiple disciplines including manufacturing, quality, maintenance crafts, utility operators, and validation. A
background in a regulated environment is helpful since all duties and tasks must adhere to approved procedures and FDA Code of Federal Regulations.