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PM Group is seeking a CQV Engineer for Utilities for a role based in Dublin North.

Our Client, a global leading biopharmaceutical company, is seeking a CQV Engineer for Utilities for a large-scale biologics manufacturing facility based in Dublin West.

Role & Responsibilities

  • CQV Engineer for Utilities supporting the HVAC systems, initially responsible for review of all Design deliverables, datasheets, specifications and engineering Lists
  • Assist CQV SME for utilities and HVAC systems
  • Liaise in relation to construction readiness for utilities and HVAC systems
  • Assist CQV review, aligning with Turnover team in relation to review and approval of all Turnover Packages, both Vendor and Contractor Packages within the utilities systems
  • Liaise with CQV Lead Scheduler in relation to schedule creation and progress reporting
  • Ensure Commissioning readiness of all Black, Clean Utilities and HVAC Systems to support Equipment Start-up and CQV Testing
  • Assist PSSR/STW field execution and guide CQV Team through Start-up exercise in a safe and controlled manner
  • Master Project Database equivalent system, ensure full traceability at all times for all systems
  • Liaise with CQV Document Generation Lead in relation to generation and approval of; Design Reviews/SLIA/Test Matrices/FAT/SAT/CTP Protocols
  • Support execution of all Black, Clean Utilities and HVAC CQV deliverables; FAT/SAT/CTP
  • Assist with Weekly CQV Black, Clean Utilities and HVAC Meeting and ensure updates are provided to Weekly CQV Meeting
  • Generate and ensure timely approval of all CQV documentation.


Minimum 8 years CQV Black, Clean Utilities and HVAC experience on Large Scale Projects
Working knowledge of ASTM E2500/Leveraging Verification process
Experience with liaising with other departments and building PMs/leads

Knowledge and Skill

  • Minimum of 8 years of Black, Clean Utilities and HVAC experience including experience with design and construction projects for biopharmaceutical manufacturing facilities
  • Minimum 8 years’ experience in Black, Clean Utilities and HVAC CQV Team
  • Experience with complex projects and working in or around operating facilities
  • Ability to keep work pace and meet deadlines.  Good organising and planning skills
  • Demonstrated proficiency communicating and collaborating at a variety of levels with customers, vendors, equipment suppliers and operations staff
  • Proven success working well in a team environment with flexibility to react to changing business needs
  • Strong leadership and communication skills.  Problem solver with a focus on achievement of overall project goals
  • Computer skills (Spreadsheets, Word Processing, Visio, Microsoft Project)

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CQV Engineer - Utilities DU1919 - DU1919

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