Operations Engineer (On-Site)


Location: Parkville

Job Type: Full time


Job Description

The Opportunity

We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Operations Engineer to join our dynamic Engineering Operations team at our Parkville manufacturing site. In this full-time position you will support the successful operation of process, plant and facilities as well as investigate, evaluate, promote and implement methods to improve overall reliability, functionality and efficiency while ensuring the requirements of cGMP manufacturing are maintained.

On-call availability for out-of-hours operation support, on a rotating roster is required in this role.

The Role

Reporting to the Engineering Operations Manager and collaborating with key stakeholders across the site, your key responsibilities will include:

  • Plant Operation Investigations and Improvements
  • Act as interface for routine and breakdown maintenance activities
  • Participate in capital projects and upgrade initiatives, plus plant commissioning and decommissioning
  • Act as primary contact for operation, shutdowns and maintenance of utilities, including Electricity, Deionised water, distilled water/steam, Compressed Air, Domestic Water, Plant Steam, Trade waste, Cooling/Heating Water, HVAC
  • Work with a range of stakeholders to effectively plan and execute major facility and plant shutdowns
  • Ensure all activities are carried out in accordance with cGMP Compliance, Quality Control and Regulatory Compliance
  • Ensure compliance with all Victorian and National Health and Safety regulations

Your skills and experience

  • University degree in a relevant Engineering discipline (Chemical or Mechanical preferred)
  • 5+ years’ experience in relevant industry within highly automated production environment – preferably pharmaceutical/biotech (liquid filling) or similar
  • Well developed knowledge of current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) and regulatory and compliance codes related to manufacturing/production/engineering (cGMP, GLP, OH&S, ISO 9002)
  • General understanding of all mechanical services systems, plant and hardware for a large scale pharmaceutical manufacturing site
  • Knowledge of water treatment, HVAC, refrigeration, industrial steam generation, compressed air generation and reticulated site services is desirable.
  • Prior experience problem solving, influencing, making recommendations and planning with internal and external stakeholder management and cross-functional teams at various levels.

How to apply

If you are looking to develop your skills and shape the health of Australians, please apply with your resume and cover letter in one document, addressing the selection criteria and include reference number R-189047.

Applications close 7 December 2022.


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Seqirus is committed to attracting and retaining world-class employees who are valued for their contributions to achieving business objectives. Learn more about some of the benefits you can participate in when you join Seqirus.

About Seqirus

Seqirus is part of CSL Limited (ASX: CSL). As one of the largest influenza vaccine providers in the world, Seqirus is a major contributor to the prevention of influenza globally and a transcontinental partner in pandemic preparedness. Learn more about Seqirus.

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