Job Position

Project Engineer-North Cork

Cork, Cork City

Project Engineer required to work with the Project Managers in the Pharmaceutical Department of a busy manufacturer. This business has been successfully delivering high-tech process systems worldwide to the Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, Food & Beverage and Chemical industries. Experts in Product Formulation, Clean in Place, Clean Utilities and Thermal Treatment, they are continually challenged to develop innovative process, mechanical & automation solutions for their clients who they work in close collaboration with. If you'd like to develop a career at the cutting edge of manufacturing solutions, this could be a great fit.

Reporting to the Project Managers in the Pharma Department, you will work with the Project Managers in the planning, organisation and running of a project in order to achieve the defined objectives safely and within the agreed time, cost and performance criteria.

  • Perform Calculations required for equipment verification;
  • Review and analyse client specifications in terms of Company’s quotation, scope of supply and commercial items;
  • Generate P&ID’s and control changes;
  • Generate and check project engineering deliverables such as technical specifications, procurement submittals and handover documentation;
  • Generate Purchase Requisition Forms for Project Equipment and Components;
  • Performing Design Reviews with client/production/mechanical Eng department;
  • Generating & Maintaining Project Database and control of Project Documentation;
  • Inspecting the mechanical build as it progresses;
  • Facilitate project communications and reports;
  • Assisting with Incoming Inspection of Project Equipment and Components;
  • Work with other internal departments to ensure project objectives are met;
  • FAT and Commissioning Support for Projects; 


  • 2-5 years’ experience in a similar role in related industry
  • B.Eng. in Mechanical, Manufacturing, Process, Chemical Engineering or similar
  • Mechanical and process engineering experience, ideally in the food & beverage, pharmaceutical, biotechnology or other regulated industry an advantage
  • Must be able to work under one’s own initiative and to actively contribute to a multi-disciplined project team
  • The ability to work to strict deadlines

Full time, permanent


For a confidential discussion on this or any other current opportunity please contact Nicola Murphy on 021 233 9200 / [email protected]

Please note that your application for this vacancy will be forwarded to all the consultants in The Logiskills Group as you may be suitable for other roles that we are unable to advertise.

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