Scientific Protein Laboratories is a biopharmaceutical leader in the development and manufacturing of heparin, pancreatin, heparin derivatives, naturally derived pharmaceuticals, and recombinant proteins from microbial fermentation. We have an immediate opening in Waunakee, WI (Madison area) for an Electrical Engineer to join our growing team.
The Electrical Engineer is responsible for electrical utilities, fire and security systems, and other electrical/electronic and automated systems in a cGMP environment. The work includes directing, reviewing, coordinating, and approving electrical activities for facility needs and automation activities for production needs. The EE will design electrical systems for construction, maintenance, or repair projects and systems associated with facility operations. This position reports to the Manager of Electrical Engineering.
•Prepare designs and layouts of electrical and mechanical systems with regard to size, space, capacities, and economy and provide technical specifications for electrical portions of construction, maintenance or repair projects which are to be accomplished by contract or internally.
•Oversee electricians, electronic techs, system integrators and contract programmers to provide leadership in the maintenance department for electrical and instrumentation matters.
•Manage capital projects to deliver high quality installations with on-time and on-budget execution
•Conduct field surveys to investigate existing equipment layouts and conditions.
•Develop policies and procedures related to maintenance of electrical and/or automated facilities, grounds, and equipment
•Ensure that department training meets cGMP, OSHA, EPA, and other regulatory requirements as they relate to electrical and instrument issues
•Analyze system needs, make calculations, and determine requirements for improvements as well as investigate codes and ensure that SPL installations meet the requirements
•Utilize vibration analysis, thermal analysis, and other predictive maintenance tools to improve plant reliability.