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Supporting the existing PI Historian infrastructure utilized in manufacturing, as well as supporting the design, engineering, and commissioning of control systems for new manufacturing equipment.
Working with manufacturing, utilities, and laboratory users to assess their needs for the PI historian system, and executing independent projects to meet those needs.
Creating a line of communication with vendors to troubleshoot and problems solve issues within the PI Historian infrastructure.
Investigate and diagnose technical issues and provide recommendations/solutions for corrective actions.
Contribute to control systems projects/assignments in the support of site operations through investigations, control system assessments, and design support. Proactively look for and recommend improvements in site processes and procedures.
Create, edit, and review appropriate design documentation (User Requirements, Functional Specifications, Software Design Specifications, Software Test Plans, IQ/OQ).
Support and/or execute acceptance testing and IOQ protocols.
Follow established Quality Control systems and interface with QA Validation group for GMP systems
2-5 yrs experience in OSIsoft PI Historian use, configuration, and maintenance is preferred.
Experience in PLC and data acquisition systems, mechanical operation of equipment, and process control are essential.
Allen-Bradley PLC hardware and software experience preferred (SLC, CompactLogix, ControlLogix, RSLogix500, RSLogix5000, and DeviceNet).
Experience with developing GAMP controls documentation for internal projects as well as reviewing/approving vendor supplied documentation (User Requirements, Functional Specifications, Software Design Specifications, and Software Test Plans).
Experience with networks and communication protocols preferred.
Virtual Machines experience required.
Strong organization, interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
Programming in VBA, Python, VB, or Ruby strongly preferred.
Minimum of 3 years’ experience with the installation, startup, and servicing of process control systems.
Minimum of 3 years of experience in pharmaceutical environment including regulatory requirements associated with 21 CFR Part 11 and supporting validation of control system equipment.
Prior experience with controls systems supplied with skidded equipment utilized in fermentation, cell separation and recovery, filtration, CIP, and clean utilities strongly preferred.
Proficiency with standard office software applications, including MS Word, MS Excel, MS Project, MS PowerPoint, MS Access, and MS Visio.
BS or MS Chemical, Electrical, Mechanical Engineering or Computer Science from an accredited university.