Life Science Project Consultant

This project requires a master degree in the pharmaceutical and/or biological manufacturing or scientific field

Contract type
Project Consultant

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Job description

We are looking for several profiles:

- Complaint Specialists

- Project Engineers (QC/QA/RA/Lab/MCT/...)

- Lab operations Project Engineer (Chemical/Microbio)

What's a Project Engineer?


  1. Project Management: Project Engineers are responsible for planning, executing, and closing out engineering projects. This includes defining project scopes, objectives, timelines, and budgets.

  2. Equipment and Facility Upgrades: They may be involved in upgrading or expanding manufacturing facilities, improving production processes, or installing new equipment. This can involve coordinating with various departments and external contractors.

  3. Compliance: Ensuring that all engineering projects adhere to regulatory requirements and quality standards is crucial. The pharmaceutical industry is highly regulated, and compliance is of utmost importance.

  4. Risk Assessment: Identifying and mitigating potential risks associated with engineering projects to ensure safety, product quality, and continuity of production.

  5. Cross-functional Collaboration: Working closely with various teams within the company, including manufacturing, quality assurance, research and development, and maintenance, to achieve project goals.

  6. Documentation: Maintaining accurate documentation of project progress, changes, and outcomes is essential for compliance and future reference.

  7. Problem Solving: Handling technical challenges and troubleshooting issues that may arise during project implementation.

  8. Cost Control: Managing project budgets, controlling costs, and ensuring that projects are completed within financial constraints.

  9. Continuous Improvement: Identifying opportunities for process optimization and efficiency improvements.

  10. Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) Compliance: Ensuring that all engineering activities align with Pfizer's HSE policies and guidelines.


This project requires a master degree in the pharmaceutical and/or biological manufacturing or scientific field.

Following, although not limiting, educations are acceptable: Bio Engineer, Pharmacist, Master in Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Engineering, …

No experience needed but preferred two or more years of relevant experience in pharmaceutical, GMP environment or combination product or medical device industry.


  • Strong written communication skills: for technical reports
  • Analytical skills (data analysis)
  • Persuasiveness: you can bring different parties together to arrive at the best possible solution
  • Good time management and prioritizations skills
  • Team player
  • Proven problem solving abilities
  • Talen (Languages): fluent in Dutch and English


  • Attractive salary in line with the market and your experience;
  • Salary package with very competitive extra-legal benefits;
  • Optimum work-life balance thanks to 12 ADV days, sliding hours and homeworking possibilities;
  • Join a community of over 100 consultants in quality and regulatory affairs, with many social events organized throughout the year;
  • Training and workshops to develop/share your skills.

Do you have what it takes? Apply now!

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