Delta Project Management, Inc. is a rapidly-growing and dynamic company where everyone is a valued member of our team. We are always seeking to expand our organization with self-motivated and talented professionals who have a passion for quality and client satisfaction.
Our ideal candidates are well-rounded, personable, and professional individuals who thrive in a technical and project-based environment. But more than that, working at Delta means that you share our Core Values of being a People-Focused organization that supports patient safety, you execute your work with Integrity on a daily basis, and maintain an ongoing dedication to Excellence on behalf of our clients and partner organizations.
We offer competitive pay, 401k with Safe Harbor Match, and health care, dental, vision plans, and training opportunities.
what we're about
We're always looking for:
As a Validation Engineer, you will validate pharmaceutical equipment, GMP utilities, control systems and processes, and write protocols and reports in collaboration with Validation QA, and Manufacturing. You will work within various functional areas including: fermentation, recovery and purification, aseptic and bulk filling operations, process utilities, multi-product equipment, cleaning, sterilization, thermal mapping, and control systems validation.
Skills: Hands-on experience authoring and executing validation protocols (IQ/OQ/PQ), Trace Matrices, Validation Plans, Validation Final Reports, FAT/SAT test plans. Ability to work independently and within project teams, while managing multiple deliverables under tight deadlines.
Minimum Requirements: B.S. in biological sciences, chemistry, or engineering with 3 plus years of manufacturing, engineering or QA/QC experience. Must have a minimum of 3 years direct/hands on experience with the validation of processes, equipment or facilities. Experience with Validator 2000 and/or ValProbes a plus.
As a Project Manager, you will be intimately involved in leading complex cross-functional projects that include facility modifications, equipment upgrades, tech transfers, annual facility shutdowns, and construction/renovation projects. You will oversee projects from inception to close-out, including managing bid reviews, contract negotiation, PO processing and tracking, contractor on-boarding, change order management and tracking, TOP review, and project close-out and turnover.
Skills: Proficiency in use of office software applications and MS Projects. Effective verbal and writing communication with all levels of corporate and local management. Ability to plan, schedule, organize, prioritize and coordinate project activities. Understand and practice basic financial and accounting methods and procedures. Have very good customer service skills. The ability to ensure project compliance with DPM client/site specific policies, standards, and best practices is also a must.
Minimum Requirements: 3+ years of experience in bio/pharmaceutical or related industry. Bachelor degree in Engineering or Architecture required.