Data Historian Engineer

SimoTech requires a Data Historian Engineer for a Bio-Pharmaceutical project in Dublin. Candidates must have at least 3 years’ experience providing process control and information systems solutions in the biotechnology or pharmaceutical industries.

Key Responsibilities
  • Responsible for the integration to other systems such as MES, LIMS, Process Automation and BAS.
  • Actively participates in the creation of project deliverables such as design documents, configuration build, installation and validation activities as required by the Data Historian, Reporting and Analytics Project Manager.
  • Creation of OSI PI Asset Framework, PI Notifications and PI Event Frames.
  • Assures all design & project work is completed in compliance with all Regulatory requirements including, Quality (cGLP/GMP’s), EHS, Global Engineering, design & construction directives, requirements & procedures, as well as all Local/Federal Regulatory requirements.
  • Supports the project manager on schedule and budget development and control.
  • Contributes to a high performance culture by recognising and resolving issues as they arise.
Qualifications/Experience
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Information Systems, Computer Science or the Life Sciences.
  • At least 3 years’ experience providing process control and information systems solutions.
  • Experience implementing system design, configuration and application of business processes in a biopharmaceutical manufacturing environment.
  • Experience during project delivery and operations support of Data Historian, Reporting and Analytics systems.
  • Experience with the following systems is preferred; OSI-PI, PI Notifications.
  • Experience with designing information interfaces, data conversion, and network and infrastructure fundamentals.
  • Working knowledge of GAMP software development lifecycle, ANSI/ISA-S88 and S95 industry standards.
  • Thorough knowledge of Pharmaceutical Industry Regulations (cGMP/cGLP, OSHA, EPA/EQB) required.
Only Candidates eligible for work permits for Ireland/EU can be considered for this role.