Jacobs Senior CQV Engineer in Basel, Switzerland
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Our office in Basel has a strong focus on life science industries mainly serving pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.
Our contribution ranges from early feasibility studies to modifications of existing facilities and production lines up to the realization of large green field projects.
The Senior CQV Engineer reports to the discipline manager and is accountable to coordinate on the assigned project junior CQV resources, deliverables and activities from the validation approach definition, design review, turn-over systems definition, and C&Q activities at site.
Key role responsibilities:
Project management principles with extension of CQV project activities, including project reporting to Jacobs and Clients PM
Responsible for the systems hand-over to the Client
Experience of training and mentoring junior staff members
Contractors and Vendors management and coordination
Responsible for the continuous improvement of the C&Q activities in line with current guidelines and standards (ISPE and ASTM E2500)
Preparation/Review of Validation and Commissioning Master Plan, project procedures, commissioning and qualification protocols (SAT/commissioning, IQ and OQ)
Support the Design Review (DR) process and coordinate the process and GMP Risk Assessment (FMEA)
Direct or advise Client's staff with regard to correct pre-commissioning, Commissioning and Qualification activities
Investigate technical issues with assistance from Jacobs engineers and/or suppliers
Review and follow-up the technical documentation from the early design phase in order to align it with GMP and C&Q requirements
Ensure that site project execution is undertaken in compliance with company and department procedures and safety standards are maintained
Review performance progress
Organize and review the daily activities of other CQV Engineers assigned to the project
Prepare the final report for the Final Handover to the Client
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Degree or equivalent in an engineering related discipline
Engineer with 7+ years of experience in commissioning and qualification activities for industrial or pharmaceutical facilities
Fluent German and English language knowledge are a must. Knowledge of French language is a plus
Strong leadership and ability to work as part of a team, liaising directly with client and other project team members
Strong experience with Validation Master Plan, Commissioning Master Plan, project procedures and commissioning and qualification protocols (SAT/Commissioning, IQ and OQ)
Be familiar with the Mechanical Completion procedure and Construction scope of work (Walkdown, system acceptance, punch list and follow up)
Previous experience as manager/leader of C&Q team is a plus
Familiar with GxP, ISPE and ASTM E2500
Bid evaluation experience
Previous experience with large international projects
In addition to your active participation in the establishment of our Swiss office, the transfer of personal responsibility and room for maneuver, we offer you career opportunities in an international company with good social benefits.
Only direct applications will be considered for this position.
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