Senior Process Engineer/Investigator, Open to flexible working
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Senior Process Engineer/Investigator
We are seeking a motivated Senior Process Engineer to join GSK in our Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) Chemical Development function at our flagship R&D site at Stevenage. This is a fantastic opportunity to utilise your Engineering and Scientific knowledge and experience, as well as develop your expertise, within a world leading pharmaceutical company.
Chemical Development supports our small molecule portfolio in Pharma R&D and develops the manufacturing processes that turn those molecules into medicines.
The Senior Process Engineer (called an Investigation within the company) is a member of the Primary Engineering function at the Stevenage site. In delivering your role you will use your chemical/process engineering knowledge and expertise to coordinate the development and deployment of state-of-the-art processes and technologies to enable the delivery of GSK’s medicines.
This is a highly practical role where you will be working in the R&D laboratories alongside synthetic chemists and material scientists to generate process understanding that underpins the successful scale-up and commercial industrialisation of GSK’s future manufacturing processes. Your focus will be to combine information generated in laboratory studies with your strong knowledge of engineering principles and processes (including simulation/modelling) to develop robust, scalable pharmaceutical manufacturing processes. As projects advance through development, pilot plant support will also be required across scales and sites, culminating in the transfer of projects to commercial manufacturing facilities (globally). The role is highly technical and dynamic as you will be working in a number of multi-disciplinary project teams.
Working at GSK offers opportunity to broaden your experience across R&D and our medicine supply chain. Additionally, GSK is a Gold Corporate Partner of the IChemE, with its own Accredited Company Training Scheme, giving you the opportunity to develop towards Chartered Engineer status.
In this role you will…
- Be driven and motivated, with strong experience of working in a complex GMP environment,
- be a qualified process/chemical engineer, with strong people skills.
- Be equally as comfortable generating lab data, through a demonstrated hands-on and practical ability, as you are handling and interpreting data, including applying modelling techniques.
- Demonstrate an ability to drive common-objective thinking, with a complete focus on providing solutions.
- Need to be persuasive, have a strong continuous improvement mindset, and have proven experience dealing with diverse internal and external stakeholder groups, as well as managing multiple priorities.
- Ideally have worked in a highly regulated industry.
- Relevant qualification (e.g.; MSc/PhD in chemical/process engineering or related discipline).
- Relevant Knowledge / Experience (e.g.; manufacturing process scale-up from R&D laboratories to commercial industrialization).
If you have the following characteristics, it would be a plus:
- Experience in the application of process simulation/modelling techniques (applying kinetics and thermodynamics to unit operations using tools such as MATLAB, DynoChem, gPROMS, Aspen or chemometric analysis).
- A thorough understanding of unit operations (such as reaction, extraction, distillation, filtration and drying) employed in the manufacture of API.
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