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Utility Engineer

Employer: AGC Biologics
Location: Copenhagen


Would you like to be a part of AGC Biologics growing success?

We are looking for a utility engineer for our Utility team. We will during 2023 have two manufacturing facilities to operate when our new EUR 160 million Mammalian Manufacturing Facility is getting into operation – and you will play an important role.

The position
You will ensure reliable performance of the utility system via proactive maintenance including life cycle management based on maintenance & repair history for the utility systems, input from the manufacturing users and input from the equipment vendors/service partners. Due to our growth we have decided to modify our set-up to include a dedicated team with this focus.

The team is during the coming year expected to grow to 12-13 people (technician, engineers and a Team lead).

Your main responsibility within your area covers:

  • Ensure compliance and audit readiness of the maintenance activities for Utility
  • Keep maintenance plan and procedures for utility system
  • Ensure services agreements are in place and maintain spare part list for manufacturing equipment
  • General maintenance life cycle management for utility system
  • Fast follow-up on break down situations
  • Provide document investigation for manufacturing equipment in case of break down
  • Contribute to quality documentation as required (changes, CAPA, deviations)
  • You work closely together with the maintenance technicians to ensure that maintenance of manufacturing equipment is carried out and documented as required

A significant part of our maintenance and repair activities are done by external companies meaning that you will also will be involved in this external interface

You work closely with stakeholders in the manufacturing organization.

Your profile
  • Relevant engineering degree or similar technical background from the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry with GMP experience.
  • Prior experience from maintenance of utility systems including changes to such systems is preferred. However we will also welcome newly graduated engineers. Dependent of the profile we will adjust the tasks within the responsibility area.
  • Knowledge about automation and control systems.
  • Good at planning, coordination and execution of activities.
  • You have good cooperation skills and can take decisions.
  • You work systematically and are at the same time and capable of handling a dynamic environment without losing overview.
  • Good communication skills – including the ability to communicate clearly and professionally in written and spoken English and Danish is preferred.


If you need further information about the position, please feel free to contact Thomas Østergaard. Manager Engineering Operation and maintenance + 45 27602130.

The department
The Utility team is part of the Engineering and Operations Support (EOS) department responsible for execution of technical projects including facility projects, facility management as well as operation of all utility, maintenance and calibration across our current facility. The department consist today of around 45 employees with project managers, engineers, compliance specialist and technicians.


Degrees of interest: Engineering degree or similar technical background from the Pharmaceutical/Biotechnology industry