The Automation and Controls Engineer is an integral part of
the AMRI team, contributing to our success by overseeing and managing the
process control network operations in a cGMP environment, effectively
controlling the chemical processes at the site, and assuring compliance with
all federal, state and local regulations.
In addition, develop and implement new control systems (software and
hardware) for new projects and improvements.
Join our talented workforce, where a commitment to excellence
and a customer focused attitude is everything. We pursue excellence because our
work has the power to improve patients’ lives with the pharmaceuticals we
develop and manufacture.
Function as system administrator for the process control network ensuring
compliance with cGMP regulations through integrity, security, training,
maintenance, archiving, and upgrades.
Evaluate, model, and perform needed process design calculations
for new processes to the site including; mass and energy balances, cycle times,
heat transfer calculations and scale up considerations.
Seek approval for suggested
change(s), modify PLC software after approved, modify existing Graphical User
Interface (GUI), validate change, and train all necessary operators.
Supervise and oversee the
installation of automation projects.
Integrate automation into
chemical processes to optimize financial performance.
Develop PLC and Graphical User
Interface (GUI) software for projects.
Maintain and enforce PLC, PC, and
GUI standards for the process control network.
Troubleshoot the process control
network software, hardware, and field instrumentation.
Perform and document preventative
maintenance for the control system software and hardware. Educate
maintenance on preventive maintenance practices as they relate to testing production
Monitor, test, and install (where
justifiable) new developments in the automation field for new or existing
Author or review instructions
(batch sheets, SOP’s) as necessary to ensure safe operations while following
“Management of Change” protocols.
Support Continuous Improvement
activities at the site.
Use; Rockwell RSLogix5,
RSLogix500, RSLogix5000 Software, Rockwell FactoryTalk View and Red Lion
Software, Rockwell Panelview Builder Software, Rockwell RSSQL and Rockwell
- BS in Engineering
- Minimum of 5 years’
experience or training in FDA, EPA, and OSHA regulated chemicals manufacturing,
or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
to use CAD; however, aptitude and willingness to be trained in CAD based design
development is essential.
with GMPs, process validation, environmental, health and safety standards.
to install, program, and troubleshoot PLC’s.
to program and design graphical user interfaces.
to interface typical process instrumentation (such as temperature transmitters,
pressure transmitters, level indicators, etc.) with the process control
applicants must apply online. AMRI is an
Equal Opportunity Employer, we value diversity and inclusiveness. Minorities/females/veterans/individuals with
disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity are encouraged to apply.