If you’re a Process Engineer looking to join a company on their journey to truly better patient’s lives, this could be the opportunity for you!
INCOG BioPharma is searching for a Senior Process Engineer to join their growing organization, and deliver exceptional results. This is a great chance to contribute towards a better path to market for life-saving drugs. Having recently been voted as one of the Best Places To Work in Indiana for the second year in a row, INCOG is the perfect place to continue building your career.
The Process Engineer will provide technical assessment, approval, and documentation for engineering and process changes, equipment life cycles, and other qualification activities. They will also be ready to adapt and understand the changing needs of a CDMO. One role will be focused on filling operations, and the other on inspection/packaging operations.
- Participate in the evaluation of new technologies and process automation for introduction into GMP manufacturing, and participate in process FMEAs as a prerequisite for process validations.
- Analyze manufacturing data to support improvements and investigations, write technical documents, and execute various activities (engineering studies, recipe development, and validation test cases).
- Lead and ensure systematic DMAIC approaches when participating in investigations.
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in a related scientific field (chemical or bio engineering, biochemistry, etc), as well as at least 5 years experience in a GXP regulated industry (preferably biopharmaceuticals). A good understanding of sterile injectables is necessary. They will also have previous CDMO/CMO experience, and knowledge of data management tools and RCM.
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Lead Candidate wholeheartedly supports Equality and Diversity in employment and opposes all forms of unlawful or unfair discrimination on the grounds of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.