Teva Canada

Engineering Site Project Lead

2 months ago
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Engineering - Project Management


Engineering Site Project Lead

Markham, ON  


At Teva Canada, we believe that all Canadians deserve access to innovative and affordable medications. We develop, produce and market generic pharmaceuticals, from diabetic agents to antibiotics, from heart medications to cancer treatments. We’ve been part of Canadian healthcare since 1965, when we began operations as one of the country’s first generic pharmaceutical companies. Today, we employ over 1,500 Canadians. We invest in facilities in this country—creating generic and brand-name medications. And we’re proud to be part of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. Worldwide, Teva is the leader in generics, one of the top 10 pharmaceutical companies, active in 60 countries and a workplace of choice for 46,000 dedicated employees.


  • Project management of Capex in accordance with Global Engineering lifecycles. From design and procurement to turnover.
  • To investigate new equipment for capital projects
  • Coordinate equipment installations for capital projects
  • Investigate and implement solutions to EHS issues
  • Evaluate potential areas for continuous improvement
  • Develop and maintain Facility and Critical System Engineering File(s) and applicable procedures
  • Prepare written materials that are accurate, clear, logical and well organized
  • Coordinate with internal groups for equipment calibration, preventive maintenance set up, and access  
  • Coordinate with external groups – equipment supplier for qualification activities, third parties for qualification service.
  • Required to work independently and follow through on assignments/instructions/tasks with minimal supervision/direction
  • Demonstrate the ability to prioritize, analyze, plan, implement, and adjust goals and objectives to meet needs
  • Must demonstrate ability to solve moderately complex problems and analyze and apply appropriate solutions.
  • Exceptional ability in the practical application of complex ratios, rates, statistics, averages, fractions, and percentages.
  • Performs other duties as assigned or required by business needs


Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Science in Engineering

  • Three(3) to seven (7) years of experience in a manufacturing industry (pharmaceutical preferred) with direct knowledge of equipment design and fabrication
  • Professional Designation in Engineering (P. ENG) is preferred or working towards P.ENG
  • Strong PC skills in MS Office
  • GMP knowledge
  • Familiarity with facility, critical systems, manufacturing and packaging equipment qualification, project management experience
  • Detail oriented, analytical and problem solving skills
  • Strong collaboration skills are required to coordinate activities
  • Demonstrated effective communication and organizational (change management) skills
  • Evidence of ability to teach, guide and mentor others and demonstrates leadership

Please note that applicants must be legally entitled to work in Canada 


Teva is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace for all. If you are contacted for a job opportunity, please advise us of any accommodations needed to ensure a fair and equitable access throughout the recruitment and selection process. All accommodation information provided will be treated as confidential and used only for the purpose of providing an accessible candidate experience.


Please note that a Criminal Record Search may be required of the successful candidate. Should it be determined that any background information provided be inaccurate or incorrect, Teva reserves the right to discontinue consideration of your application.


We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.


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