Gembloux, Belgium

Project Engineer - RadioPharma (M/F)

  • Experience 6 to 10 years 10 years or more
  • Type of role Operations & Supply Chain
  • Region Wallonia
  • Activity Pharmaceuticals

Contact Pauline Légat
+32 (0)471 81 91 24

More info on Full-Life Technologies

Full-Life Technologies is a fully integrated global radiopharmaceutical company aiming to deliver clinical impact for patients. Full-life is headquartered in Shanghai with operations in China and Belgium.

Full-Life Technologies focuses on radio-ligand research, development, production & commercialization. Their platform tackles the two core issues in radiopharmaceuticals : the ability to 1) produce high-quality and quantity radioisotope to meet tomorrow’s needs and 2) develop an efficient translational & biology research platformtargeting innovative radio-pharma treatments.

The company can count on a fast-moving team of entrepreneurs and scientists, with demonstrated track record in life-sciences business development and in radio-isotope research & development.

To reinforce its team, Full-life Technologies is looking for a (m/f): Project Engineer – RadioPharma.


As a Project Engineer, you contribute to the design and development of a new plant. You lead different projects related to the equipment and process of the new facility. Reporting to the Production Manager, you coordinate the projects in a deadlines, quality, risks, and costs management approach.

Key responsibilities:

  • You contribute to the design of a new facility equipment and process.
  • You translate the needs into “User Requirement Specifications”
  • You follow the equipment construction according to the project management standards.
  • You manage the project of production processes development and plant design with the R&D team or external subcontractors.
  • You assess the impact of change on the project (equipment, process, cost, timing…)
  • You define the acceptance criteria, and you perform the acceptance testing.
  • You define the quality expected from a process.
  • You define the safety criteria and contribute to the safety report redaction.
  • You define the preventive maintenance plan for the equipment.
  • You ensure continuous improvements of the equipment’s and processes.
  • Report your work evolution to the top management on a regular basis.


  • Master’s degree in engineering, preferably in nuclear sciences, chemistry or electro-mechanics or equivalent.
  • 5+ years’ experience in a project engineering, preferably in a radioisotope production unit.
  • Analytical, rigorous, details-oriented, autonomous, committed, and flexible.
  • Open-minded with strong team spirit and good interpersonal skills.
  • A certification in project management is a plus.
  • Ability to work within a multicultural environment.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in English.


  • A new stimulating position within a small high-potential innovative company.
  • The opportunity to work in a science-driven, dynamic and professional environment.
  • A permanent contract with an attractive salary package in line with the position responsibilities and your experience.

Your application and related information will remain strictly confidential.

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