Sanofi Group Principal Project Engineer- Framingham/MA in Framingham, Massachusetts
The Principal Project Engineer ensures reliable operation and implementation of all process equipment for the Framingham Biologics Development site.
This role works independently, with minimal supervision/direction and is responsible for:
Project engineering support for projects of varying scope and complexity.
Directing the activities of outside engineering and construction firms for larger projects.
Identification and proper application all applicable Sanofi standards.
Leading a small group of engineers and/or technicians on a project basis.
Leading troubleshooting activities for all types of process equipment and operations.
Development of broad technical objectives and identification of creative and innovative technologies.
Identification of opportunities to improve existing processes, equipment, systems, and infrastructure.
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering and 12 or more years of relevant progressive work experience within the Biotechnology or Pharmaceutical industry.
Effective written and verbal communications skills.
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
Experience in managing a team
Previous experience in a cGMP manufacturing environment.
Extensive working knowledge of pharmaceutical/biotech processes.
Extensive working knowledge of pharmaceutical/biotech process equipment
Experience in managing small to medium-sized projects and outside vendors.
Ability to effectively interact with a variety of communication and working styles.
General knowledge of other related disciplines such as Automation, I&C, Electrical
In-depth understanding and wide application of technical principle, theories and concepts in the Biotech/Pharmaceutical field.
Demonstrated skills in the following areas:
Problem solving and applied engineering concepts
Authoring and reviewing Technical / Engineering memos, standard operating procedures, on-the-job-trainings, and other controlled documents.
Working with Quality Systems such as Phenix.
Commissioning and Qualification.
Special Working Conditions
- Ability to gown and gain entry to manufacturing areas.
Key Responsibilities may differ among employees with the same job title and may change over time, in accordance with business needs
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