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In an industry under constant regulation and scrutiny, our recruitment goal is unapologetically transparent. We’re here to uncover, evaluate and interview candidates on your behalf that are not only passionate about doing good in the world, but doing it brilliantly.

 

Pharmaceutical & Life sciences Recruitment from Martin VeaseyBut how do you entice top talent to leave a role where job security is often guaranteed for years due to long-term clinical trials? In our case, by doing our homework. And lots of it. We’ll interrogate every facet of your business so that we can present a compelling and considered argument for joining your operation. Because the more we know about your culture, processes and commitment to corporate social responsibility, the better the fit we’ll find for you. And it’s this deep understanding that enables us to also headhunt talent outside of the pharmaceutical sector that we feel will both be able to make the switch successfully, as well as bring a fresh perspective.

 

Here are just a few reasons why we’re trusted to deliver in this sector: 

  • In a sector where high calibre talent is forever in high demand, we understand the importance of seeking out passive talent and providing them with a host of compelling and evidence-based reasons to move positions.
  • We have successfully recruited high level individuals and complete teams across the globe including Europe, Russia, Asia, South Africa and the Americas.
  • Whether supporting a small start up or pharmaceutical powerhouse, our global network of talent means you’ll only ever be put in touch with proven professionals who can truly add value and accelerate growth.
  • Our client portfolio covers global pharmaceutical companies, multinational clinical and contract research organisations, medical device pioneers and manufacturers, as well as a host of health, nutrition and cosmetic brands.

If you’re looking for a role in pharmaceutical and life sciences be sure to check out our latest vacancies or ping us your CV.


In their own words

“I have worked with Roheela and Martin Veasey Talent Solutions for 15 years now. Their responsiveness and customer service has been excellent, but more importantly their understanding and interpretation of my requirements has been paramount while they search the markets and find the right fit staff for my business needs. Over the past ten years my staff requirements have changed significantly from a UK-based need to a global one spanning 11 countries. All roles have to speak English, but all roles also need to be local nationals which is not easy to achieve, especially when you are recruiting in Latin America, South Africa, Russia, Japan, China, Singapore and Korea. Another significant impact of working with Roheela and Martin Veasey Talent Solutions is their ability to find good calibre people quickly and only present the best ones, which in turn allows me and my local teams to make good use of our time.”

Director Global Supply Chain Services, Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Sector


Martin Veasey Pharmaceutical & Life Sciences Recruitment

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Here are just some of the pharmaceutical and life sciences positions we’ve filled for our UK and international clients over the years. Unable to see the role you’re looking for? Don’t worry, just get in touch and we’ll see how we can help.


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From graduate to boardroom, interim to permanent, UK to international, we’ll uncover the best active and passive talent out there. Salaries in this sector generally range from £40,000-£120,000+.

Put our Recruitment Solutions to the test:

  • Executive Search and Headhunting
  • Advertised Selection
  • Fast-track Contingency/Database Search
  • International, Multiple Role and Team Recruitment

Take advantage of our HR and Talent Management services:

  • Psychometric Testing
  • Career and Executive Coaching
  • Talent and Strategy Planning
  • Outplacement

Intrigued? Let's talk

To find out how our tried, tested and trusted insight and innovation can deliver you the brightest pharmaceutical and life sciences talent call +44 (0)1905 381320 or emai info@martinveasey.com

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796977
US$100000 - US$120000 per annum Bonus Excellent Blue Chip Benefits

ENGINEERING MANAGER

"Excellent career development opportunity for ambitious Plant Engineer/Manager seeking Engineering & Maintenance Leadership role. Experience of GMP Food, or Pharma or Chemical or Ethanol liquid processing/manufacturing environment essential".

$110-120,000 Bonus Excellent Benefits

Location: Iowa - Relocation Assistance within the USA available for US Citizens only

 

Our client is the US division of a global multinational with plants on several continents. It specialises in the production and supply of high-quality ingredients, chemicals and peptides to the food, pharmaceutical, health nutrition sector and for other sophisticated technical applications.

Our client is seeking an Engineering Manager for one of its plants in the mid-west.

The Role:

The Engineering Manager will be responsible for plant maintenance across multiple shifts within a unionised plant. The Engineering Manager will plan, direct and coordinate all plant maintenance to ensure efficient operation, taking the lead for corrective and preventative maintenance, capital implementation, utility operation and program control of the production system. You will lead a team of Project Engineers, Electrical Controls Engineers and Electrical Controls Technicians.

· Plant Process Management: Leads the monitoring and automation of liquid manufacturing process performance to ensure critical performance indicators are under control.

· Implements OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) & Reliability principles

· Plant Project Management: Coordinate development of process improvement projects which may or may not need to be developed into capital projects.

· Manages the capital expenditure projects for profit improvement and to maintain plant, property, and equipment in a good and efficient working condition.

· Manages CAPEX projects from inception to post completion.

· Leads engineering resources to maintain and seek technological improvements to all mechanical, electrical, electronics and instrumentation systems.

· Optimize equipment performance and production process.

· Coordinates resources to ensure proper design and implementation of projects.

· Coordinate development of measures to ensure proper commissioning of project performance is realized.

· Coordinate with Production Manager and Production Engineer on plant scale trials and performs lab/pilot scale testing.

· SHEQ Compliance: Understanding and working to ensure compliance with applicable safety, health, environmental, food safety and Good Manufacturing Practice guidelines and regulations. This will include HACCP studies and activities, and overall plant compliance (PSM) Process Safety Management and (RMP) Risk Management programs in line for plant chemical refrigeration systems.

· Leads the Maintenance Department and its resources, to maintain and seek technological improvements to all mechanical, electrical, electronics and instrumentation systems.

· Manages, improves and reduces the maintenance costs including use of contractors.

· Prepares budget preparation and variance analysis for department.

· Works with HR in maintaining a working relationship with the union, which includes hiring, training, performance, and discipline.

 

The Ideal Candidate:

· Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Manufacturing, Chemical Engineering or similar technical subject.

· At least 5-8 years leadership/supervisor experience gained as Plant Engineering in GMP liquid processing environment such as food, pharmaceutical, chemical or ethanol.

· This must include exposure to the following equipment types: boilers, HVAC, process controls, wastewater treatment.

· At least 5-8 years project management and improvement experience

· Experience of chemical refrigeration processes such as anhydrous ammonia systems highly advantageous.

· Experience of leading mechanical and electrical and project engineers.

· Experience of capital engineering projects from business case development to delivery.

· Experience of GMP, ISO, HACCP, PSM, RMP essential to success.

· Excellent communication, presentation, influencing and financial management skills.

· Must have budgetary management experience.

· Must have experience of working within a unionised processing plant.

· Must have experience of managing sub-contractors especially during maintenance shutdowns ensuring strict health and safety adherence.

· This role is open to US citizens only and our client will relocate qualified candidates within the USA.

PLEASE DO NOT APPLY IF YOU DO NOT LIVE IN THE USA AS OUR CLIENT IS UNABLE TO ASSIST WITH VISAS/VISA SPONSORSHIP FOR THE USA

 

 

 

 

 

703419_1622473887
US$70000 - US$90000 per annum

SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER - PLASTIC INJECTION MOLDING

"Excellent opportunity for ambitious leader who can multitask and lead multiple program management teams to launch quality tooling solutions within the plastic injection molding marketplace".

Salary: CA $Very Competitive (DOE) Benefits Relocation Assistance for Canadian Citizens only

Riverside, Ontario, Canada

Our client provides innovative services from concept and design through to order fulfilment, building an industry standard leading reputation in reliable plastic injection molding and contract manufacturing in diverse markets including automotive and industrial. It operates several plants across North America and Canada. It has well established program management, product design and advanced engineering and R & D groups. Everything is custom manufactured to its customers' product specifications.

The Role:

This is a real leadership position. As Senior Program Manager you will assume full account management ownership for new and existing customers, including planning, product realisation, team leadership, transition into production and budget management, as well as relationship, sales growth, and cost management.

You will manage several key projects, focusing a high performing, multi-disciplinary program management teams of partners and colleagues from across the organisation, to launch new products, improving performance, and achieving total customer satisfaction.

The successful Senior Program Manager will be able to "see the wood for the trees", multitask, prioritise resources and work closely with program team members to ensure that project goals are met, assisting with decision making, advising on process improvement and adjustment, whilst mitigating project issues that could impact the end goal.

The Ideal Candidate:

· Strong analytical, problem solving, project management, customer service, written and verbal communication skills together with a focus on quality, will be critical to success.
· A Bachelor's degree in Engineering plus at least 7-10 years program leadership experience including recent experience of managing other program/project managers.
· Capability to manage multiple projects within budgetary and time constraints.
· Proven success in coaching and developing high performing project/program teams.
· Experience gained within plastic injection molding and tooling sector working closely with automotive OEMs, automotive first tiers and other industrial/engineering organisations.
· Advanced project management skills such as APQP or similar principles, methodologies and techniques will be essential.
· Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to successfully partner with cross functional colleagues and clients internally and externally.
· A strategic thinker with excellent planning and results delivery.

This role is only open to Canadian Citizen located in Canada - our client will assist with relocation assistance. Our client is not able to assist with visas to live and work in Canada.

730161_1622473885
US$97000 - US$120000 per annum Excellent Blue Chip Benefits

BUSINESS UNIT PRODUCTION MANAGER

"Excellent career development opportunity for experienced production manager to demonstrate WCM, lean, continuous process improvement and leadership expertise heading a business unit within a large-scale manufacturing plant known as a global multinational market leader."

Salary & Benefits Package - CA $ Very Competitive Blue Chip Benefits Package Relocation Assistance for Canadian Citizens located in Canada

Riverside, Ontario, Canada

Our client is a global plc offering state of the art and leading-edge solutions to SME and corporate businesses. It has been recognised with recent awards as a great place to work.

Our client is seeking a Business Unit Production Manager and lean manufacturing expert to drive consistency and overall process and equipment effectiveness at a flagship plant in Ontario. This is a highly influential role, and the Business Unit Production Manager will be responsible for various fast moving and mass production processes.

The Role:

  • · Lead, manage, motivate, coach, mentor and develop large teams within the business unit through a team of direct reports.
  • · Manage and drive production processes, ensure consistency through the implementation of industry leading standards for quality.
  • · Drive continuous improvement efforts utilizing world class manufacturing tools and techniques.
  • · Own and drive key performance indicators within specific production areas to include budgetary compliance.
  • · Execute Business Unit strategy in the areas of production, ensuring alignment of goals and objectives.
  • · Monitor and optimise the use of human resource, machine and materials resources and technology to ensure that the material produced meets specifications and standards.
  • · Participate in/lead WCM, continuous improvement related activities such as 5S, teams and Pillars.
  • · Responsible for people processes including performance management, talent development, conflict resolution, rewards and recognition.

The Ideal Candidate:

  • · Bachelor's degree in business, Manufacturing, Engineering or similar.
  • · Indepth knowledge and expertise in the implementation of quality standards within high profile and WCM industries such as automotive OEM, automotive first tier, engineering, printing, chemicals, pharmaceuticals or similar.
  • · 7-10 years of proven production and manufacturing experience in a process-oriented organisation.
  • · Knowledge of and experience within continuous improvement methodologies and principles such as WCM, TPM and lean manufacturing.
  • · Previous people management and leadership experience of minimum 100 employees through first line management team.
  • · Proven people leader with strong facilitation skills and analytical abilities.
  • · Knowledge of change management principles, production planning and quality concepts.
  • · Supply chain knowledge including production planning, inventory management and customer service critical to success.
  • · Previous financial and budgetary management experience including P & L and capital expenditure.
  • · Experience of ERP systems - SAP or similar highly advantageous.
  • · Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills, familiar with presenting performance review, strategic plans and business cases to senior management.
  • · Results oriented work ethic, high ambitious with excellent potential for the future.

This role is only open to Canadian Citizen located in Canada - our client will assist with relocation assistance. Our client is not able to assist with visas to live and work in Canada.

703419
CA $ Very Competitive + Benefits including Relocation Assistance

SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER - PLASTIC INJECTION MOLDING

"Excellent opportunity for ambitious leader who can multitask and lead multiple program management teams to launch quality tooling solutions within the plastic injection molding marketplace".

Salary: CA $Very Competitive (DOE) Benefits Relocation Assistance for Canadian Citizens only

Riverside, Ontario, Canada

 

Our client provides innovative services from concept and design through to order fulfilment, building an industry standard leading reputation in reliable plastic injection molding and contract manufacturing in diverse markets including automotive and industrial. It operates several plants across North America and Canada. It has well established program management, product design and advanced engineering and R & D groups. Everything is custom manufactured to its customers' product specifications.

The Role:

This is a real leadership position. As Senior Program Manager you will assume full account management ownership for new and existing customers, including planning, product realisation, team leadership, transition into production and budget management, as well as relationship, sales growth, and cost management.

You will manage several key projects, focusing a high performing, multi-disciplinary program management teams of partners and colleagues from across the organisation, to launch new products, improving performance, and achieving total customer satisfaction.

The successful Senior Program Manager will be able to "see the wood for the trees", multitask, prioritise resources and work closely with program team members to ensure that project goals are met, assisting with decision making, advising on process improvement and adjustment, whilst mitigating project issues that could impact the end goal.

The Ideal Candidate:

· Strong analytical, problem solving, project management, customer service, written and verbal communication skills together with a focus on quality, will be critical to success.
· A Bachelor's degree in Engineering plus at least 7-10 years program leadership experience including recent experience of managing other program/project managers.
· Capability to manage multiple projects within budgetary and time constraints.
· Proven success in coaching and developing high performing project/program teams.
· Experience gained within plastic injection molding and tooling sector working closely with automotive OEMs, automotive first tiers and other industrial/engineering organisations.
· Advanced project management skills such as APQP or similar principles, methodologies and techniques will be essential.
· Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to successfully partner with cross functional colleagues and clients internally and externally.
· A strategic thinker with excellent planning and results delivery.

This role is only open to Canadian Citizen located in Canada - our client will assist with relocation assistance. Our client is not able to assist with visas to live and work in Canada.

 

730161
CA $ Very Competitive Blue Chip Benefits Package Relocation Assistance

BUSINESS UNIT PRODUCTION MANAGER

"Excellent career development opportunity for experienced production manager to demonstrate WCM, lean, continuous process improvement and leadership expertise heading a business unit within a large-scale manufacturing plant known as a global multinational market leader."

Salary & Benefits Package - CA $ Very Competitive Blue Chip Benefits Package Relocation Assistance for Canadian Citizens located in Canada

Riverside, Ontario, Canada

 

Our client is a global plc offering state of the art and leading-edge solutions to SME and corporate businesses. It has been recognised with recent awards as a great place to work.

Our client is seeking a Business Unit Production Manager and lean manufacturing expert to drive consistency and overall process and equipment effectiveness at a flagship plant in Ontario. This is a highly influential role, and the Business Unit Production Manager will be responsible for various fast moving and mass production processes.

The Role:

  • · Lead, manage, motivate, coach, mentor and develop large teams within the business unit through a team of direct reports.
  • · Manage and drive production processes, ensure consistency through the implementation of industry leading standards for quality.
  • · Drive continuous improvement efforts utilizing world class manufacturing tools and techniques.
  • · Own and drive key performance indicators within specific production areas to include budgetary compliance.
  • · Execute Business Unit strategy in the areas of production, ensuring alignment of goals and objectives.
  • · Monitor and optimise the use of human resource, machine and materials resources and technology to ensure that the material produced meets specifications and standards.
  • · Participate in/lead WCM, continuous improvement related activities such as 5S, teams and Pillars.
  • · Responsible for people processes including performance management, talent development, conflict resolution, rewards and recognition.

The Ideal Candidate:

  • · Bachelor's degree in business, Manufacturing, Engineering or similar.
  • · Indepth knowledge and expertise in the implementation of quality standards within high profile and WCM industries such as automotive OEM, automotive first tier, engineering, printing, chemicals, pharmaceuticals or similar.
  • · 7-10 years of proven production and manufacturing experience in a process-oriented organisation.
  • · Knowledge of and experience within continuous improvement methodologies and principles such as WCM, TPM and lean manufacturing.
  • · Previous people management and leadership experience of minimum 100 employees through first line management team.
  • · Proven people leader with strong facilitation skills and analytical abilities.
  • · Knowledge of change management principles, production planning and quality concepts.
  • · Supply chain knowledge including production planning, inventory management and customer service critical to success.
  • · Previous financial and budgetary management experience including P & L and capital expenditure.
  • · Experience of ERP systems - SAP or similar highly advantageous.
  • · Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills, familiar with presenting performance review, strategic plans and business cases to senior management.
  • · Results oriented work ethic, high ambitious with excellent potential for the future.

This role is only open to Canadian Citizen located in Canada - our client will assist with relocation assistance. Our client is not able to assist with visas to live and work in Canada.

 

 

 

 

 

717612a
£230000 - £298000 per annum Benefits inc relocation to Australia

SENIOR ENGINEERING DIRECTOR - CAPITAL PROJECT DELIVERY

"Engineering graduate sought from global pharmaceutical/life sciences or regulated food manufacturing for senior capital projects delivery leadership role with global pharmaceutical manufacturer and supplier".

AUS $300-390,000/GB £230-298000/€195-250000/US $215-280000 Benefits Relocation Assistance

Australia (International Relocation Assistance Available)

 

The Client:

One of the world's leading global pharmaceutical manufacturers and suppliers of pharmaceutical related products for the Australia and international market. Renowned for their operational excellence, passion for innovation. A household name.

As a result of dynamic international growth our client is looking for a Senior Director with a track record in Engineering Project Delivery to be responsible for the delivery of capital projects and the strategy in Australia. The focus will be on driving efficiency in programmes, processes and initiatives aligned to global engineering practices. This is a high-profile role which will partner with the global Engineering Leadership team, Site Heads and operations with accountability to deliver a capital portfolio of projects in Australia.

The Role:

· This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced and talented Director of Engineering and Capital Projects to join a leading global pharmaceutical manufacturing organisation.

· Develop and deliver plans for capital projects within the approved regional capital project portfolio to meet business objectives.

· Provide leadership to the project delivery function, ensuring project managers follow appropriate governance, costs and delivery for all major projects.

· Critically review the engineering project delivery model, conducting strategic investment planning and annual CAPEX budgets for capital expansion and improvements.

· Monitor regional capital projects ensuring capital projects are delivered on time, budget and scope of projects.

· Partner with internal stakeholders to align engineering capital projects to specific global requirements and develop plans in accordance with governance and processes.

· Effectively liaise with site stakeholders, quality, R & D, manufacturing and external stakeholders and the site global leadership team.

The Ideal Candidate:

· Bachelors/Master's in engineering

· Consistent and recent track record in senior engineering role for a global pharmaceutical/life science, medical devices or regulated food manufacturing matrix organisation.

· Strong experience in managing large engineering and capital investments across a global pharmaceutical manufacturing or global food manufacturing organisation.

· Sound technical experience in key disciplines of complex engineering capital investments and project delivery.

· Demonstrable ability in the development, delivery and implementation of major capital engineering projects.

· Proven leadership at a Senior Engineering level with key experience in strategic project delivery, design and construction.

· Strong communication skills with the ability to influence and engage with internal and external stakeholders.

· Demonstrable ability to deliver solutions in a dynamic environment.

· Excellent relationship building skills with internal and external cross functional stakeholders with the ability to drive change, inspire and motivate teams.

· Able to relocate on a permanent basis to take up this full-time role in Australia.

 

 

 

 

717612b
£230000 - £298000 per annum Benefits inc relocation to Australia

SENIOR ENGINEERING DIRECTOR - CAPITAL PROJECT DELIVERY

"Engineering graduate sought from global pharmaceutical/life sciences or regulated food manufacturing for senior capital projects delivery leadership role with global pharmaceutical manufacturer and supplier".

AUS $300-390,000/GB £230-298000/€195-250000/US $215-280000 Benefits Relocation Assistance

Australia (International Relocation Assistance Available)

 

The Client:

One of the world's leading global pharmaceutical manufacturers and suppliers of pharmaceutical related products for the Australia and international market. Renowned for their operational excellence, passion for innovation. A household name.

As a result of dynamic international growth our client is looking for a Senior Director with a track record in Engineering Project Delivery to be responsible for the delivery of capital projects and the strategy in Australia. The focus will be on driving efficiency in programmes, processes and initiatives aligned to global engineering practices. This is a high-profile role which will partner with the global Engineering Leadership team, Site Heads and operations with accountability to deliver a capital portfolio of projects in Australia.

The Role:

· This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced and talented Director of Engineering and Capital Projects to join a leading global pharmaceutical manufacturing organisation.

· Develop and deliver plans for capital projects within the approved regional capital project portfolio to meet business objectives.

· Provide leadership to the project delivery function, ensuring project managers follow appropriate governance, costs and delivery for all major projects.

· Critically review the engineering project delivery model, conducting strategic investment planning and annual CAPEX budgets for capital expansion and improvements.

· Monitor regional capital projects ensuring capital projects are delivered on time, budget and scope of projects.

· Partner with internal stakeholders to align engineering capital projects to specific global requirements and develop plans in accordance with governance and processes.

· Effectively liaise with site stakeholders, quality, R & D, manufacturing and external stakeholders and the site global leadership team.

The Ideal Candidate:

· Bachelors/Master's in engineering

· Consistent and recent track record in senior engineering role for a global pharmaceutical/life science, medical devices or regulated food manufacturing matrix organisation.

· Strong experience in managing large engineering and capital investments across a global pharmaceutical manufacturing or global food manufacturing organisation.

· Sound technical experience in key disciplines of complex engineering capital investments and project delivery.

· Demonstrable ability in the development, delivery and implementation of major capital engineering projects.

· Proven leadership at a Senior Engineering level with key experience in strategic project delivery, design and construction.

· Strong communication skills with the ability to influence and engage with internal and external stakeholders.

· Demonstrable ability to deliver solutions in a dynamic environment.

· Excellent relationship building skills with internal and external cross functional stakeholders with the ability to drive change, inspire and motivate teams.

· Able to relocate on a permanent basis to take up this full-time role in Australia.

 

 

 

 

717617b
£100000 - £125000 per annum Benefits including relocation

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR - ENGINEERING & DESIGN

"Engineering graduate sought from global pharmaceutical/life sciences or regulated food manufacturing for senior capital projects delivery leadership role with global pharmaceutical manufacturer and supplier".

AUS $180-230,000/GB £100-125000/€116-150000/US $138-175000 Benefits Relocation Assistance

Australia (International Relocation Assistance Available)

 

The Client:

One of the world's leading global pharmaceutical manufacturers and suppliers of pharmaceutical related products for the Australia and international market. Renowned for their operational excellence, passion for innovation. A household name.

As a result of dynamic international growth our client is looking for a Senior Director with a track record in Engineering Project Delivery to be responsible for the delivery of capital projects and the strategy in Australia. The focus will be on driving efficiency in programmes, processes and initiatives aligned to global engineering practices. This is a high-profile role which will partner with the global Engineering Leadership team, Site Heads and operations with accountability to deliver a capital portfolio of projects in Australia.

The Role:

· This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced and talented Associate Director of Engineering and Design to join a leading global pharmaceutical manufacturing organisation.

· Provide engineering leadership for engineering capital investments and engineering standards across a global network.

· Review engineering project delivery and work closely with internal and external key stakeholders for engineering capital investments ensuring complianc with engineering standards.

· Partner with internal stakeholders to align all engineering capital projects to specific global requirements and develop plans in accordance with governance and processes.

· Collaborate with portfolio management for the planning and execution of capital investments to deliver strategic commitments.

· Partner with external stakeholders in the lead development, execution of service agreements and implement metrics to ensure compliance.

The Ideal Candidate:

· Bachelors/Master's in engineering

· Consistent and recent track record in senior engineering role for a global pharmaceutical/life sciences or regulated food manufacturing matrix organisation.

· Strong experience in managing large capital investments across a global pharmaceutical manufacturing or global food manufacturing organisation.

· Sound technical experience in key disciplines of complex engineering capital investments and engineering services.

· Specific experience in the development and implementation of engineering standards, lifecycle management of tools, processes, and methodologies.

· Demonstrable ability to deliver solutions in a dynamic environment.

· Excellent communication and relationship building skills with the ability to engage and interact with internal and external cross functional stakeholders.

· Able to relocate on a permanent basis to take up this full time role in Australia.

 

 

 

 

717617c
£100000 - £125000 per annum Benefits including relocation

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR - ENGINEERING & DESIGN

"Engineering graduate sought from global pharmaceutical/life sciences or regulated food manufacturing for senior capital projects delivery leadership role with global pharmaceutical manufacturer and supplier".

AUS $180-230,000/GB £100-125000/€116-150000/US $138-175000 Benefits Relocation Assistance

Australia (International Relocation Assistance Available)

 

The Client:

One of the world's leading global pharmaceutical manufacturers and suppliers of pharmaceutical related products for the Australia and international market. Renowned for their operational excellence, passion for innovation. A household name.

As a result of dynamic international growth our client is looking for a Senior Director with a track record in Engineering Project Delivery to be responsible for the delivery of capital projects and the strategy in Australia. The focus will be on driving efficiency in programmes, processes and initiatives aligned to global engineering practices. This is a high-profile role which will partner with the global Engineering Leadership team, Site Heads and operations with accountability to deliver a capital portfolio of projects in Australia.

The Role:

· This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced and talented Associate Director of Engineering and Design to join a leading global pharmaceutical manufacturing organisation.

· Provide engineering leadership for engineering capital investments and engineering standards across a global network.

· Review engineering project delivery and work closely with internal and external key stakeholders for engineering capital investments ensuring complianc with engineering standards.

· Partner with internal stakeholders to align all engineering capital projects to specific global requirements and develop plans in accordance with governance and processes.

· Collaborate with portfolio management for the planning and execution of capital investments to deliver strategic commitments.

· Partner with external stakeholders in the lead development, execution of service agreements and implement metrics to ensure compliance.

The Ideal Candidate:

· Bachelors/Master's in engineering

· Consistent and recent track record in senior engineering role for a global pharmaceutical/life sciences or regulated food manufacturing matrix organisation.

· Strong experience in managing large capital investments across a global pharmaceutical manufacturing or global food manufacturing organisation.

· Sound technical experience in key disciplines of complex engineering capital investments and engineering services.

· Specific experience in the development and implementation of engineering standards, lifecycle management of tools, processes, and methodologies.

· Demonstrable ability to deliver solutions in a dynamic environment.

· Excellent communication and relationship building skills with the ability to engage and interact with internal and external cross functional stakeholders.

· Able to relocate on a permanent basis to take up this full time role in Australia.

 

 

 

 

717617a
£100000 - £125000 per annum Benefits including relocation

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR - ENGINEERING & DESIGN

"Engineering graduate sought from global pharmaceutical/life sciences or regulated food manufacturing for senior capital projects delivery leadership role with global pharmaceutical manufacturer and supplier".

AUS $180-230,000/GB £100-125000/€116-150000/US $138-175000 Benefits Relocation Assistance

Australia (International Relocation Assistance Available)

 

The Client:

One of the world's leading global pharmaceutical manufacturers and suppliers of pharmaceutical related products for the Australia and international market. Renowned for their operational excellence, passion for innovation. A household name.

As a result of dynamic international growth our client is looking for a Senior Director with a track record in Engineering Project Delivery to be responsible for the delivery of capital projects and the strategy in Australia. The focus will be on driving efficiency in programmes, processes and initiatives aligned to global engineering practices. This is a high-profile role which will partner with the global Engineering Leadership team, Site Heads and operations with accountability to deliver a capital portfolio of projects in Australia.

The Role:

· This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced and talented Associate Director of Engineering and Design to join a leading global pharmaceutical manufacturing organisation.

· Provide engineering leadership for engineering capital investments and engineering standards across a global network.

· Review engineering project delivery and work closely with internal and external key stakeholders for engineering capital investments ensuring complianc with engineering standards.

· Partner with internal stakeholders to align all engineering capital projects to specific global requirements and develop plans in accordance with governance and processes.

· Collaborate with portfolio management for the planning and execution of capital investments to deliver strategic commitments.

· Partner with external stakeholders in the lead development, execution of service agreements and implement metrics to ensure compliance.

The Ideal Candidate:

· Bachelors/Master's in engineering

· Consistent and recent track record in senior engineering role for a global pharmaceutical/life sciences or regulated food manufacturing matrix organisation.

· Strong experience in managing large capital investments across a global pharmaceutical manufacturing or global food manufacturing organisation.

· Sound technical experience in key disciplines of complex engineering capital investments and engineering services.

· Specific experience in the development and implementation of engineering standards, lifecycle management of tools, processes, and methodologies.

· Demonstrable ability to deliver solutions in a dynamic environment.

· Excellent communication and relationship building skills with the ability to engage and interact with internal and external cross functional stakeholders.

· Able to relocate on a permanent basis to take up this full time role in Australia.

 

 

 

 

717612
£230000 - £298000 per annum Benefits inc relocation to Australia

SENIOR ENGINEERING DIRECTOR - CAPITAL PROJECT DELIVERY

"Engineering graduate sought from global pharmaceutical/life sciences or regulated food manufacturing for senior capital projects delivery leadership role with global pharmaceutical manufacturer and supplier".

AUS $300-390,000/GB £230-298000/€195-250000/US $215-280000 Benefits Relocation Assistance

Australia (International Relocation Assistance Available)

 

The Client:

One of the world's leading global pharmaceutical manufacturers and suppliers of pharmaceutical related products for the Australia and international market. Renowned for their operational excellence, passion for innovation. A household name.

As a result of dynamic international growth our client is looking for a Senior Director with a track record in Engineering Project Delivery to be responsible for the delivery of capital projects and the strategy in Australia. The focus will be on driving efficiency in programmes, processes and initiatives aligned to global engineering practices. This is a high-profile role which will partner with the global Engineering Leadership team, Site Heads and operations with accountability to deliver a capital portfolio of projects in Australia.

The Role:

· This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced and talented Director of Engineering and Capital Projects to join a leading global pharmaceutical manufacturing organisation.

· Develop and deliver plans for capital projects within the approved regional capital project portfolio to meet business objectives.

· Provide leadership to the project delivery function, ensuring project managers follow appropriate governance, costs and delivery for all major projects.

· Critically review the engineering project delivery model, conducting strategic investment planning and annual CAPEX budgets for capital expansion and improvements.

· Monitor regional capital projects ensuring capital projects are delivered on time, budget and scope of projects.

· Partner with internal stakeholders to align engineering capital projects to specific global requirements and develop plans in accordance with governance and processes.

· Effectively liaise with site stakeholders, quality, R & D, manufacturing and external stakeholders and the site global leadership team.

The Ideal Candidate:

· Bachelors/Master's in engineering

· Consistent and recent track record in senior engineering role for a global pharmaceutical/life science, medical devices or regulated food manufacturing matrix organisation.

· Strong experience in managing large engineering and capital investments across a global pharmaceutical manufacturing or global food manufacturing organisation.

· Sound technical experience in key disciplines of complex engineering capital investments and project delivery.

· Demonstrable ability in the development, delivery and implementation of major capital engineering projects.

· Proven leadership at a Senior Engineering level with key experience in strategic project delivery, design and construction.

· Strong communication skills with the ability to influence and engage with internal and external stakeholders.

· Demonstrable ability to deliver solutions in a dynamic environment.

· Excellent relationship building skills with internal and external cross functional stakeholders with the ability to drive change, inspire and motivate teams.

· Able to relocate on a permanent basis to take up this full-time role in Australia.

 

 

 

 

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US$100000 - US$120000 per annum Benefits

Analytical Chemist - Polymers

US $100-120000 plus benefits

 

Location: Massachusetts USA ( US citizens only - no international relocation available)

 

Our client is a contract research laboratory with 20 years' experience providing consulting, material product development, and analytical testing services focused in the area of polymeric materials

 

They need an Analytical Chemist with LC-QTOF expertise to perform experimental design, method development, validation, and analysis

 

The Analytical Chemist will have a proven track record developing and implementing robust methods for non-targeted and targeted chemical analyses in a diverse set of matrices.

 

The Analytical Chemist must have worked with a variety of sample preparation workflows (e.g., extractions, simulated leaching conditions, derivatizations).

 

The Analytical Chemist should have implemented analytical quality best practices and experimental controls ensuring the highest level of confidence in reported results. Strong understanding of the selection and use of system suitability standards, continuing calibration checks, spike recovery standards, surrogate standards, internal standards, replicate preparations, and trending/control charts.

 

The Analytical Chemist must be experienced in operation and data analysis for LC-QTOF instrumentation as well as method development and sample work-up for this instrument. Experience in GC-MS, LC-MS, GPC and GPC-MALLS is a plus. Experience with Agilent instruments and ChemStation is a plus.

 

The Role:

 

· Quantitative analytical method development, validation for targeted and non-targeted assays, with a focus on LC-QTOF
· Focus on analytical quality incorporate verification/validation activities and experimental controls.
· Identification of analytical conditions given target analytes or problem statement,
· Sample preparation selection and execution by solvent extraction, SPE, L/L extractions, etc.
· Method optimization, characterization for LOD/LOQ, sensitivity, resolution, repeatability, etc.
· Familiarity with semi-quantitation and unknown compound identification workflows.
· Critical analysis of data generated by other personal
· Key member of the chromatography and analytical chemistry testing team.
· Provide a resource for secondary analysis/review of data with emphasis on critical thinking
· Routine chromatography on LC-QTOF instruments
· Hardware configuration, detector verification, system diagnostics
· Sample loading, sequence queuing, data analysis/interpretation including a familiarity with semi-quantitation and unknown compound identification workflows.
· Writing qualification documents (ICH or USP criteria), SOPs, training staff to new methods
· Documentation, data/method/library organization, report generation communication of results

The Ideal Candidate:

· Bachelors or Masters (or PhD) in Analytical Chemistry, Chemistry or Chemical Engineering with LC-QTOF expertise

· Work in a small, adaptable company focused on non-routine, high-quality and rapid projects

· ISO 9001:2015 certified, ISO 17025:2005 accredited, registered with FDA need similar expertise

· 5 years laboratory experience in one of the following areas is preferred: Contract R&D or CRO/CDMO lab, Extractable & leachable (E&L) or chemical characterization lab, Polymer analysis lab, Failure analysis or forensic lab, Environmental lab, Manufacturing QC lab Pharma or startup analytical lab