Manufacturing Engineer III in Grand Island, NY at Integrated Resources, Inc

Date Posted: 5/14/2021

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Job Description

Lead Manufacturing Engineer on capital projects overall project management, budget, schedule management, construction management, start-up, conceptual phases, project close-out, Product development, cost estimation, system design, equipment sizing and selection, procurement, installation, check-out, and validation (IQ/OQ & PQ).
Lead system analysis to propose and implement improvements to achieve capacity expansion goals.
Maintain interface with Project Leadership to status project details as frequently as required; prepare detailed plans for all project phases.
Provide innovative technical solutions required to meet business objectives with emphasis on increased capacity.
Provide support to capital planning process, new product development, and process automation.
Perform validation of equipment, automation systems, data collection systems, and processes for the manufacturing operations.
Preparing protocols, perform testing, collect samples, analyzing test results, and preparing summaries.
Provide technical assessment and validation review/approval for engineering and process changes.
Utilize Lean Manufacturing Tools such as SMED, 5S, Kaizen, Value Stream Mapping, and Kanban to achieve capacity Products

Responsibilities:
The Manufacturing Engineer III will manage and/or apply extensive technical selection and engineering expertise in the coordination of multiple, complex, non-routine projects involving the planning, design, reconfiguration, construction, and alteration of processes, systems or equipment.
Specific responsibilities include applying advanced technical principles, theories, and concepts in the development of new principles and concepts, performing work that involves in-depth investigation of subject area.
This position will independently provide direct technical engineering support for process and/or equipment upgrades, replacements, and modifications in manufacturing and manufacturing support environments.
Requires the ability to troubleshoot systemic issues, develop, organize, analyze, and present interpretation of results regarding operational issues or Engineering projects, and apply advanced engineering principles to the design and implementation of new or modified system or processes.
Requires working knowledge of engineering principles and practices that can be applied to a broad variety of assignments in related fields, the ability to develop and apply creative technical solutions to complex problems, and working with manufacturing, process development, engineering, analytical, and quality assurance staff to develop requirements and recommendations for large and/or highly complex processes and systems.

Minimum Qualifications (must have)

Education:
BS/BA Engineering Degree any discipline or related industry experience.

Experience/Requirements:
A minimum of 7 years of equipment selection experience in a cGMP environment with increasing levels of responsibility for a wide range of projects, including design, validation, and operation of large scale manufacturing, and automation systems.
Skilled at Lean approaches and tools (SMED, 5S, Kaizen, Value Stream Mapping, Kanban, more)
Must be able to work independently as well as with teams, organize and manage projects by defining milestones, budgets and schedules; prepare regulatory summaries and present validation to regulatory authorities.
Must have a thorough knowledge of manufacturing processes, quality systems, engineering design and start-up fundamentals, regulatory agency expectations and industry trends.
Experience with regulated environments (i.e. cGMP, FDA, ISO 13485, OSHA, EPA) is essential.
Candidates should have experience in pharmaceutical/biotech processes, and familiarity with documentation in a highly regulated environment.