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Automation DeltaV Engineer (Switzerland)

Job description

About the role:

A world-leading engineering company specialising in digital transformation solutions to Life Sciences is looking for a number of Automation Engineers to join the onsite EI&C (Electrical, Instrumentation & Controls) Team with a leading Biotech company in Switzerland (Visp or Valais). This capital projects team is responsible for supporting onsite system automation, qualification, start up and on-going operation for hardware, system software and application software.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Participate in the EI&C engineering of current capital projects
  • Engineering team of the Manufacturing Execution System (MES)
  • Preparing regulatory filing input to cGMP documentation
  • Identify, recommend and implement “system” improvements in design, documentation, training, and parts procurement.
  • The successful Engineer will cover the following areas; o Automation: DeltaV configuration (without recipe level)

o Field instrumentation: whole life cycle

o Electrical: whole life cycle

o Security systems (Fire alarm system, loudspeaker information system, etc): whole life cycle

o MES Syncade: system setup and supervise (without recipe level)

o DeltaV: system setup and supervise (without recipe level)

Job Requirements:

  • Candidates are expected to have a BS or MS in one or more of the following: electrical, automation or process engineering.
  • Electrical engineering skills
  • Experience in a cGMP environment
  • Note: Working knowledge of Delta V preferred for this position.
  • Must have strong communication (written/verbal) skills (German & English)
  • Ability to communicate and work in a highly effective team environment
  • Experience in aseptic processing / sterile manufacturing preferred
  • Experience in computer validation and systems lifecycle development methodology
  • Working knowledge of automation systems Delta V, PLC/SCADA, or other distributed control systems
  • Experience in the EI&C field engineering part

For a confidential discussion on this or any other current job opportunity please contact Marcel Skolimowski on 021 4847 138 / marcel@sigmar.ie

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