Hovione has 60 years of experience as a Specialist Integrated CDMO offering from drug substance to drug product intermediate to drug product. With four FDA inspected sites in the US, Macau, Ireland, and Portugal, and development laboratories in Lisbon and New Jersey, the company provides branded pharmaceutical customers services for the development and compliant manufacture of innovative drugs and is able to support highly potent compounds. For generic pharmaceutical customers the company offers niche off-patent API products. In the inhalation area Hovione is the only independent company offering a complete range of services.
Hovione New Jersey is setting-up an innovative technology for Continuous Manufacturing of Drug Product, capable of enhanced control strategy via Process Analytical Technologies and of Real Time Release testing. We are looking for strong professionals to join us and are currently recruiting for the following position.
We are recruiting for the following position at our U.S. site located in East Windsor, NJ:
We are looking for a qualified Environmental Specialist to join our dynamic team. Our ideal candidate will be a qualified expert with an excellent understanding of environmental and natural sciences. All candidates will demonstrate outstanding communication skills, with an aptitude to understand and interpret data. Your ultimate goal will be to ensure our compliance with Federal, State and Local regulations related to hazardous environments, while maintaining coordinaton of essential environmental activities throughout the site.
Oversee all Environmental Programs - Air, Water and Waste.
Manage Site's air permit requirements and recordkeeping.
Coordinate data gathering for new equipment air permits as well as aire permit modifications including but not limited to equipment inventory and equipment specifications.
Provide quarterly and annual reports / data collection regarding air emissions.
Track and prepare quarterly and annual Batch Emission reporting.
Perform Environmental Review to ensure new chemicals are allowed under the current air permit conditions.
Administer Site's Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plan (SPCC), DPCC plan, SIU Permit and other applicable environmental regulatory requirements.