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Biochemical Development Engineer

Job Description:

A biochemical development engineer is responsible for the design and scale-up of processes, instruments, and equipment from the laboratory through the pilot plant and manufacturing process. He or she assists the manufacturing operations in problem solving with regards to equipment and systems and participates in the design and start-up of new manufacturing facilities and equipment. He or she develops and recommends new process formulas and technologies to achieve cost effectiveness and product quality. A biochemical development engineer also establishes operating equipment specifications and improves manufacturing techniques. A biochemical development engineer is involved in new product scale-up, process improvement, technology transfer, and process-validation activities. He or she works with various departments to ensure that processes and designs are compatible for new product technology transfer and to establish future process and equipment automation technology. The position requires a bachelor of science degree in biological, chemical, or pharmaceutical engineering, or a related discipline. A minimum of 0 to 2 years’ experience is also required, preferably in the areas of pharmaceutical processes or research product development.

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