Who is ‘we’?
eyetec is an innovative and dynamic company, located in Turnhout with a national and international client base and global operations. eyetec is a renowned player in the world of pharmaceutical equipment, with increasing market shares.
eyetec is a small but growing team of curious team players who take pride in their job but also value the team dynamic. At eyetec we work independently and flexibly on a basis of trust. We also make room for fun, to increase the sense of belonging.
Are you passionate about pharmaceutical technology and ready to make your mark in an expanding company? Then you might be the person we’re looking for!
What will you be doing as a Project Engineer Pharma Equipment?
As a project engineer you will be deployed on projects within the pharmaceutical sector.
The main task of a project engineer is to ensure that the projects (including all necessary deliverables) or any sub activities of projects (such as machine testing) are delivered within the time frame and budget.
As a project engineer you coordinate and monitor projects at pharmaceutical companies. You are responsible for delivering these projects including all the necessary deliverables on time and within budget.
Your actual tasks
- take part in projects involving new and existing machines;
- the planning, coordination and execution of projects or sub activities from the initial tender down to release for production;
- draw up ‘business cases’;
- draw up or review user and system requirements;
- develop risk analyses and test protocols;
- review designs, design documents, ... and their technical evaluation;
- manage project budgets;
- monitor installation, engineering, qualification & validation activities;
- qualify systems in a GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) environment;
- consult with the various parties at our customers such as production, technical service, quality and engineering.
You report to eyetec’s operations responsible.
What is expected of you?
You hold a Professional Bachelor’s degree or an Industrial Engineer/master’s degree in electromechanics, electronics, chemistry or automation, or equivalent work experience. If you have a different degree and think you are eligible for this position, please motivate this in your cover letter.
Ideally you have several years of experience with project engineering in a GMP environment. If you have no experience with automatic visual inspection machines, washing machines, autoclaves, ... you will receive intensive training in the relevant processes and machines to support our projects. Moreover, if necessary, you will also receive training in pharmaceutical legislation (Good Manufacturing Practice).
Experience in a GMP environment, fault maintenance and/or knowledge of vision systems, autoclaves, washing machines and measurement and control systems is a plus.
Thanks to your strong communication skills you are fluent in English. Basic French is a plus.
You are punctual, proactive, value organization and work in a structured manner.
You boast strong technical writing skills.
You have an analytical mind that breaks down problems to arrive at the most appropriate and cost-efficient (technical) solution.
A regulated (GMP) environment doesn’t faze you: you adhere closely to the procedures of the pharmaceutical client.
And above all, you have the ambition to grow with a company in full expansion and delve into technology and project engineering.
You have a flexible and customer-oriented attitude.
What we offer
- You have the chance to grow in a young and passionate company
- The opportunity to hone your high-tech technology and project management skills
- Our office is located in Turnhout, but we have a flexible working from home policy. You will be carrying out projects typically for customers in Belgium, some of the customers are based in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Suppliers related to these projects are often based in Germany or Italy.
Place of deployment
Our office is located at Slachthuisstraat 96 in Turnhout.apply now