Posted in Engineering 30+ days ago.
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Location: Helena, Montana
Position Title: Automation Engineer
Working Location: Montana
Employment Status: Full time
Required Experience: 1 year
Required Education: Bachelors
Travel Required: 0%
The Automation Engineer participates in the technical aspects of process automation systems, low voltage systems, and PLC controls. Responsibilities include coordination of suppliers, commissioning, and IQ/OQ for new projects and upgrading/modifying existing systems. Since the automation control system is only a part of the facility, the Automation Discipline Engineer is required to coordinate efforts with other members of local and global teams.
Environment Health & Safety: The Automation Discipline Engineer ensures system compliance with GSK Bio-Hamilton safety and environmental guidelines.
Quality & Compliance: The Automation Discipline Engineer ensures system compliance with GSK Bio-Hamilton and cGMP requirements and specifications.
Continuous Improvement: The Automation Discipline Engineer seeks to improve system efficiency and effectiveness.
Accountability: The Automation Discipline Engineer is accountable to comply with GSK Bio-Hamilton SOP’s, GSK Bio GSOP’s, GSK policies, and regulatory requirements.
• Key Responsibilities include the following:
• Process automation programming, troubleshooting, and qualification.
• Supports production in investigations and troubleshooting.
• Authors qualification protocols as required.
• Provide budgetary estimates for proposed automation systems and upgrades.
• Establish plans for system execution and installation.
• Interface with vendors and sub-contractors.
• Performs triennial SOP reviews as required.
• Performs gap analysis of local SOPs against GQPs and GQMPs.
• Other tasks as assigned by supervisor.
• Bachelors in engineering or a technical field
• At least 1-3 years of instrumentation/automation/control systems experience
• Prior experience leading the design, programming, start-up, and troubleshooting of process control instrument including PLC systems.
• Prior experience in the design, programming, start-up, and troubleshooting of process control instrumentation including PLC and SCADA systems.
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status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal,
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