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The Project Engineer will provide technical support to consumer healthcare operations through the support and execution of capital projects and by providing a technical resource for the processing and packaging of powdered nutriceutical product. This position provides leadership in the development and implementation of capital projects and functions as project engineer and project manager by providing work direction to project teams and allied support groups while interfacing with multiple departments, consultants, and contractors. Manages and coordinates the engineering design and construction of capital projects and provide expert engineering support in developing and implementing equipment installations, process improvement, and facility, utility, and maintenance projects to support manufacturing and packaging operations at multiple global sites. Organizes and generates all relevant data to prepare project scopes, cost estimates, economic justifications, and capital appropriation requests, as required, to obtain management approval. The Project Engineer acts as technical expert with a broad knowledge and deep expertise of the latest equipment technologies for powered nutriceutical manufacturing and packaging, demonstrates an expert understanding of engineering theoretical fundamentals of equipment operation, and demonstrate full use of advanced principles, theories, concepts and techniques in creative and novel ways to solve complex technical problems. Oversees or performs all aspects of the selection of equipment, specification preparation, design document assembly, equipment procurement, and the coordination of installation and start-up activities for systems and equipment. Demonstrates an expert proficiency in the ability to read, understand, and create drawings, flowcharts, sketches, schematics, and other engineering design documentation, ensures the fulfillment of Perrigo Quality requirements for compliance with cGMP regulations including equipment qualification (IQ/OQ/PQ) and change control activities, and follows Perrigo policy and procedure along with current industry standards to prepare or assist with the preparation of system design documentation including User Requirements Specifications (URS) and Functional and Design Specifications (FDS) in accordance with established Good Engineering Practice (GEP). The Project Engineer develops and implements innovative or novel engineering solutions to resolve new and traditional process and equipment challenges and provides equipment solutions using the most current technology to support existing and new product formulations and introductions. Independently develops, recommends, gains acceptance, and implements equipment or system purchases or modifications to improve plant productivity, profitability, or regulatory compliance.
Note: requires periodic use of multiple personal protective equipment including air purifying respirators.
Georgia, Vermont, United States
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