Electrical Engineer, Japan New Plasma Facility Project /エレクトリカル エンジニアJūsō-honmachi, Ōsaka
On the Global Manufacturing and Supply (GMS) team at Takeda, you’ll be part of a rapidly transforming industry that’s applying technology and data in new ways. Within our agile, innovative, people-centric organization, your work will matter every day as you use your skills to help us manufacture therapies for patients on our four platforms:
- Small Molecules
- Cell and Gene
As part of the GMS team, you'll have the opportunity to pursue unique experiences and build new skills, and you'll know that the work you do every day makes an impact — on our patients, our people, our planet, and on yourself.
The Electrical Engineer will be responsible for designing, developing, and maintaining electrical systems. The successful candidate will work closely with cross-functional teams to ensure that all electrical systems are in compliance with regulatory requirements and industry standards.
Acting as an Electrical Engineer in the Engineering workstream of the new Plasam Facility Project, and being the project point of contact with the engineering companies for electrical engineering, as well as being responsible for equipment checks to be in compliance with the local requirements. In detail, He/she will:
Report to the engineering manager
Design and develop electrical systems
Ensure that all electrical systems are in compliance with regulatory requirements and industry standards
Troubleshoot and resolve electrical issues in a timely manner
Develop and maintain electrical documentation, including schematics, wiring diagrams
Collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure that all electrical systems are integrated with other manufacturing systems
Participate in the installation, commissioning, and validation of electrical systems
Provide technical support to manufacturing and maintenance teams
Stay up-to-date with industry and local (Japan) trends and advancements in electrical engineering
EDUCATION, BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS:
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or a related field
Minimum of 3 years of experience in electrical engineering in a pharmaceutical or biotech manufacturing environment
Strong knowledge of electrical systems and equipment, including PLCs, HMIs, and motor controls
Experience with electrical design software, such as AutoCAD or SolidWorks Electrical
Knowledge of regulatory requirements, including FDA and cGMP guidelines
Excellent communication and collaboration skills
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Strong problem-solving and analytical skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and Japanese
LocationsOsaka (Juso), Japan
Time TypeFull time
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