Lead Process Engineer

Overview / Responsibilities We are currently seeking a Lead Process Engineer to be based out of our Chelmsford, MA office. The lead process engineer must demonstrate experience in delivering projects for typical biopharma production processes (MAb, microbial and vaccine), with experience on either bulk manufacturing, fill/finish, or both. The lead process engineer must be capable of advancing engineering designs from a feasibility study levamecel through schematic and preliminary design to a detailed design completion. He/She will be responsible for ownership of all process deliverables, and will supervise a team of process engineers during the execution of that work.   Key Responsibilities Participate in proposal preparation and budget development Lead a team of process engineers and designers, delegating tasks and monitoring progress of all deliverables and activities, and mentoring and training entry-level engineers Work closely with the project manager to insure scope, schedule, budget, change control, and quality parameters are met on the project Overseeing the preparation of technical specifications for purchased equipment, as well as coordination with equipment suppliers and evaluation of suppliers' proposals Coordinate technical efforts between the process team and the architectural, piping, and automation teams on the project, as well as facility teams for civil, structural, electrical, HVAC, and environmental activities Manage the client drivers for the project, which include capital cost, life-cycle cost, impact on current operations, quality, and schedule Support business development efforts by acting as process lead in client presentations and meetings In certain instances, the lead process engineer will be asked to follow the project into the field, providing construction, commissioning, and startup support while leading a team of engineers Skills / Qualifications Bachelor's degree in chemical or mechanical engineering, or pertinent degree and experience 10+ years of progressive experience in process engineering design Must have focused design experience in the chemical, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, especially in antibody, microbial or bulk vaccine processes, as well as plant and process utilities; Experience should include bulk manufacturing and/or fill/finish experience Experience in the development and maintenance of all process deliverables, including: process flow diagrams, piping and instrument diagrams, process timelines, utility analysis and summary, priced equipment list, equipment data sheets and specifications as well as equipment bid .evaluations, process descriptions, relief calculations, safety review documents, and instrumentation/automation sequences Demonstrated understanding of interactions between Process design with MEP design efforts Ability to collaborate with project team members and client entities, demonstrating the leadership capabilities to insure a successful project Demonstrated experience working with equipment vendors to provide optimum solutions to equipment design that will meet or exceed client expectations Capable of coordinating the process design with the piping model Previous experience managing, developing and encouraging growth for entry-level engineers Excellent written and oral skills are required P.E. license is not required, but preferred 2018-30120
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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