What do manufacturing engineer jobs in pharma involve?
Jobs in pharma manufacturing engineering are concerned with planning, designing, installing and maintaining manufacturing equipment and processes for pharmaceutical products. Day-to-day responsibilities of a manufacturing engineer typically include designing systems and processes for drugs, installing and maintaining equipment used to manufacture and test them, and generally ensuring that everything runs in a safe, effective and cost-effective manner. More senior manufacturing engineer jobs in pharma may involve keeping statistical/financial records and working with budgets.
Manufacturing engineers in the pharmaceutical industry will hold a relevant engineering degree such as chemical, manufacturing/production or mechanical engineering. Maintaining and improving on technical expertise is vital to success as a manufacturing engineer in pharma.
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