CRB is a privately-held company with a 30+ year history of providing design and construction solutions to the global life science marketplace. Founded in 1984, CRB has grown to over 1,000 employees and 15 offices. Building off the principles of still-active founder and CEO Jeff Biskup, CRB invests heavily in employee professional development and in maintaining an entrepreneurial culture. CRB is looking to build a professional design team in their newly-established office (and subsidiary) in Basel.
Why choose CRB: privately-owned, stable company with a smaller team environment, strong team culture, client-focused "do the right thing"
attitude, excellent variety of tasks/ responsibilities, permanent positions.
Mid-Level Process Utilities Engineer (f/m)
Degree in Process, Chemical or Bio Engineering (Universität oder Hochschule)
3 to 6 years of experience in the Biotech and/or Pharmaceutical industry, preferably at a design firm
General knowledge of cGMPs and specifically GMP regulated clean process and plant systems is required
General experience with Process Utility Systems (WFI, high-purity water, clean gases, etc.) is required
Language: Fluent in German (C2+technical language), ability to communicate in English (B1+) is a plus
Valid Work Permit for Basel, Switzerland, or able to obtain a permit
Experience with AutoCAD and AutoDesk Revit software preferred
Experience with PFD, P&ID software tools such as ASPEN, COMOS, SmartPlant or AutoCAD
Experience with MS Office products especially Word, Visio, and Excel required
CRB is looking for an energetic, self-motivated, and innovative individual for a position as a Mid-Level Process Utilities Engineer. In addition to the basic qualifications listed above, the successful candidate shall possess the skills required to successfully develop and execute project tasks and deliverables, be a collaborative team player, and have a strong drive to deliver to customers. This person will work under the direction of a Lead Process Utility Engineer to develop and implement process utility concepts and designs on technically complex projects, coordinating with process engineers, architects and mechanical, I&C, and electrical engineers and also client personnel. Project sizes will vary, and will consist primarily of pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or industrial process projects including both existing renovations / retrofits and new construction. The successful candidate will be expected to represent CRB in a professional manner.
Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
Gathering on-project process utility data and developing process utility requirements
Working under the Process Utility Lead in the development of conceptual process utility scopes
Developing process utility description narratives, PFD's and P&ID's
Performing process utility calculations and balances for high-purity water systems and gases
Working with industry vendors and manufacturers to stay current with industry trends and technologies
Coordinating directly with multi-discipline team for equipment spatial and utility needs
Developing construction drawings and specifications that incorporate client, regulatory, and industry standards
Traveling as required for client development and project execution
Performing field work as required for project execution (e.g. taking field dimensions, field visits during construction, etc.)
Fulfilling an on-site support role (directly for client) either in Basel or remote.
Brian D. Peasley, +41 (0)79 717 63 72, firstname.lastname@example.org
CRB Group GmbH
Herr Brian Peasley
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+41 (0)79 717 63