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The I&C Engineer II is a technical role as a member of the Project Engineering team and is accountable for the design, support and troubleshooting of upstream and downstream bioprocessing equipment. The I&C Engineer II is expected to have the technical expertise to support a range of I/O sensors and instrumentation connected to automated processing equipment. The person in this role is expected to have a good working knowledge of cGMP requirements, NFPA 70e, and the ability to apply this knowledge to create engineering solutions with regards to the bioprocessing equipment. Core Responsibilities Function as a technical specialist on process equipment or systems; troubleshooting of equipment, update engineering documentation, and describe technical problems to other SMEs. Execute concurrent projects with some supervision. Interpret and execute policies and procedures. Execute tasks, under the minimal direction of technical supervisors, to complete the project within schedule. Utilize quality systems to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. Provide support for documentation changes Develop and manage change controls. Comply with the Safety Program requirements including Health and Safety regulations and OSHA requirements.
4+ years relevant industry experience. Wiring instrumentation and I/O points (pumps, valves, sensors) Knowledge of different types of I/O signals (I.E. 4-20ma) and bus networks (i.e: DeviceNet, Profibus) Knowledge and practice of NFPA 70e (Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace) Experience using DeltaV Diagnostics for troubleshooting I/O issues. Experience reading and understanding electrical diagrams and P&IDs. Understanding of computer networks and ability to configure IP Addresses within a network.
Experience troubleshooting DeltaV and Allen Bradley automation systems Experience with OSISoft PI Experience designing electrical panels. Direct experience in a GMP environment. Working knowledge of pharmaceutical/biotech processes. Direct experience in the Biopharmaceutical industry designing, supporting, and troubleshooting Upstream and Downstream process equipment. Demonstrated skills in the following areas: Problem solving and applied engineering Basic technical report writing Communication Working knowledge of specialized equipment/processes. General knowledge of Commissioning and Qualification. Effectively interact with a variety of communication and working styles.