Automation engineers control intricate pharmaceutical processes, navigate complicated regulatory requirements or give design solutions. They develop and integrate control systems, equipment, and instrumentation for complex processes used in pharma manufacturing.
Our process engineers develop, design, optimise and implement scalable processes for pharma manufacturing. Working closely with customers to determine their requirements, they select and qualify equipment and determine critical parameters for efficient and compliant production in cGMP environments.
Quality and validation engineer
These engineers help our customers comply with national and international regulations. They provide guidance and plans, as well as develop programmes for validation and remediation. They also provide risk and GAP assessments and implement validation and quality programmes across all disciplines within pharma companies.
These specify and design process equipment used in pharma manufacturing. They execute projects within process systems, clean and black utility, components, vessel and equipment in cGMP environments. They work closely with our customers to determine their requirements and needs. They are involved in all phases in a project from early design to start-up activities and handover.
As an engineer in our HVAC department, you will be working with design, specification, supervision, commissioning and handover of ventilation systems and building utility systems. You will participate in all phases of projects, and work in both large project groups and more independently in smaller groups.
Our electrical engineers work in smaller or larger interdisciplinary project environments. Their work spans from conceptual design to execution and handover to the clients. It also includes consultancy, specification, procurement, design, supervision as well as commissioning and qualification of installations.