Commissioning & Qualification Engineer - Utilities/HVAC/Water

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12 months +
Quanta Consultancy Services
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We have a long term contract requirement for an experienced C&Q Engineer to work on the CQV of the Utilities (Test & Balance) HVAC & Water Systems

Working on a large scale new state of the biologics manufacturing facility we are looking for experienced C&Q Engineers with previous Pharmaceutical/Biopharmaceutical Industry experience

Key responsibilities will include:
  • Document prep (Test Matrices, DQ, Risk Assessments, Safety Start-up documentation, CTPs, IOQs, PQs)
  • Responsible for validating, at a minimum, HVAC, Compressed Gases systems, Water systems and Steam systems.
  • Coordinating and monitoring the validation/project phases and informing management of project progress.
  • Creating and executing protocol test scripts in accordance with cGMP, regulatory requirements, the Computer System Validation Master/Project Plan, and Policies, Procedures & Guidelines to ensure robust tested systems, which are fit for use.
  • Assisting in audit preparation and presentation of the above systems for internal, vendor and regulatory audits.
  • Liaise with CQV start-up team in relation to punch list closure both pre-mechanical completion and during the CQV execution phase.
  • Ensure commissioning readiness of all systems to support equipment start-up and IOQ testing.
  • Support execution of all CQV deliverables; FAT/SAT/CTP/IOQ
Min 5 years experience in
  • Document prep (Test Matrices, DQ, Risk Assessments, Safety Start-up documentation, CTPs, IOQs, PQs)
  • Must have Utilities experience in both HVAC and Water Systems
  • Start-up, walk downs, set-to-work
  • Commissioning and Qualification execution of the above systems from MC to PQ
  • Experienced with vendor coordination for VPE.
The Engineer will be able to work on their own if needed and drive the CQV deliverables to closure