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Technical Project Lead.

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For Lonza SGIE AG we are looking for Technical Project Leads (m/f/d). This role is for 12 months.

The main objective of the Job is to assure the right first time application of Lonza Technical Standards, as well as engineering principles, concepts, industry practices & standards. To achieve this, the TPL is in close collaboration with the technical team during the design phase, FATs / SATs and commissioning until IQ / OQ. Sharing technical standards and auditing their compliance is key. Solid technical knowledge is mandatory to understand the content, enabling e.g. the review of P&IDs.


Responsibilities:



  • Share and enforce the applicable standards & practices with the project team and Work Package Owners (= SMEs of the EPCMQ or suppliers)
  • Proactively align and keep aligned with the Lonza Project Team (Process, Plant Engineer, OPS Team, SGU, QA, QC, Visp Engineering, EPCMQ team) about the applicable technical standards
  • Participate in the technical meetings between the Work Package Owners and the suppliers
  • Review and approve technical documentation (e.g. P&IDs)
  • Coordinate the declaration of conformity according to PED
  • Organize internal as well as external workshops and support team members to establish agendas, meeting minutes, actions lists,…)
  • Participate to the preparation of the project reporting (charts for KPIs, collection of information)
  • Participate in the corresponding approval workflows in Unifier and CQV
  • Participate in FATs / SATs as observing auditor
  • Technical Change Management: Lead discussions if a proposed change is mandatory or a 'nice to have'. Coordinate TCRs in SAP.
  • Prepare the handover of technical information from the EPCMQ to Plant Engineering and execute it when the initial handover occurs.

For Lonza SGIE AG we are looking for Technical Project Leads (m/f/d). This role is for 12 months.

The main objective of the Job is to assure the right first time application of Lonza Technical Standards, as well as engineering principles, concepts, industry practices & standards. To achieve this, the TPL is in close collaboration with the technical team during the design phase, FATs / SATs and commissioning until IQ / OQ. Sharing technical standards and auditing their compliance is key. Solid technical knowledge is mandatory to understand the content, enabling e.g. the review of P&IDs.


Responsibilities:



  • Share and enforce the applicable standards & practices with the project team and Work Package Owners (= SMEs of the EPCMQ or suppliers)
  • Proactively align and keep aligned with the Lonza Project Team (Process, Plant Engineer, OPS Team, SGU, QA, QC, Visp Engineering, EPCMQ team) about the applicable technical standards
  • Participate in the technical meetings between the Work Package Owners and the suppliers
  • Review and approve technical documentation (e.g. P&IDs)
  • Coordinate the declaration of conformity according to PED
  • Organize internal as well as external workshops and support team members to establish agendas, meeting minutes, actions lists,…)
  • Participate to the preparation of the project reporting (charts for KPIs, collection of information)
  • Participate in the corresponding approval workflows in Unifier and CQV
  • Participate in FATs / SATs as observing auditor
  • Technical Change Management: Lead discussions if a proposed change is mandatory or a 'nice to have'. Coordinate TCRs in SAP.
  • Prepare the handover of technical information from the EPCMQ to Plant Engineering and execute it when the initial handover occurs.

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Nikolina Babic

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