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Cleaning Process Development Engineer

Cleaning Process Development Engineer

Job Title: Cleaning Process Development Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Swindon
Industry:
Salary: Equivalent to £50,000 salary
Start Date: 2020-03-03 00:00:00
Reference: V-46113
Contact Name: Steve Twinley
Contact Email: steve.twinley@nextphaserecruitment.com
Job Published: April 11, 2020 16:09

Job Description

We are looking for a highly experienced Cleaning Process Development Engineer to join a leading Pharmaceutical manufacturing organisation in Swindon, Wiltshire. If you have expertise in developing cleaning methodologies for waxy polymers within a regulated clean room environment (GMP preferred), this will be a fast-paced contract in which you can use your range of skills to help improve processes and drive change.
 
This is a 6-month contract, to start as soon as possible, and you will paid a generous pay rate (equivalent to the equivalent of £50,000 salary, working through an umbrella company for an inside-IR35 contract).
 
You will work Monday to Friday, 40 hours a week, in a state-of-the-art GMP environment for the manufacturing of new drug formulations in both large and small quantities. Because of the complexities of the manufacturing process, a need has arisen for a Cleaning Process Development professional and you will ideally have a background in chemical engineering / processing.
 
You will be responsible for ensuring that safe working practices are employed, monitored and adhered to in line with the company Health and Safety policies; and you will support production by ensuring that the processes are fit for purpose. Your role will include training others, taking ownership of improvement projects and working alongside Production, Quality, Continuous Improvement, Health & Safety and Engineering teams.
 
Full details about the role will be disclosed on application. The contract is offered for an initial period of 6 – 9 months, with the strong possibility of extension beyond this, though this is not guaranteed.