We value authenticity in each other and the companies we work with. Skellig recruitment is based on selecting engineers for their superior work competency and their personalities, which are conducive to excellent communication, teamwork, and personal drive. As a company, we strive to empower these individuals to achieve their career goals by placing them at clients that will both challenge and intrigue them. As a collective, we do everything we can to keep things simple. We value elegance in design. We support and encourage engineers and innovators.
We help Life Science clients design and implement the right control system solution to meet their manufacturing needs.
We help Life Science Clients design and implement the right control system solution to meet their manufacturing needs.
We want you to be successful. We engage with our clients as a solutions provider in an honest and transparent manner that simplifies complexity and disarms project politics to get to the heart of the user requirements.
Our specialty is with Distributed Control System (DeltaV) implementation at every stage of the project process. We guide our clients through the crucial stages of Front End Studies (FEED) and User Requirement Specifications (URS); as well as Functional Requirements Specifications (FRS) development. We are always excited to collaborate, share and educate where we can.
We help Life Science Clients with on site support during commissioning and qualification.
We also provide site based operations support.
Skellig Process engineers have extensive experience in biotech process design and a track record of success providing robust design solutions for clients in the biotech space.We help Life Science Clients with design and project support.
We help life science clients with project management services throughout the full life cycle of a project.
We help clients determine their true requirements as well as manage project resources and stakeholders.
We can work with our clients existing methodologies for reporting and risk management.
AUTOMATION CONTROL SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT TOOL
Skellig is developing software which will simplify the control system design process. The system will ensure that control system design can be leveraged with maximum benefit to the client, minimizing the cost of control system projects while simultaneously maximizing the quality of the design.The software features a user-friendly interface with familiar drag & drop mechanics along with scalable graphics and plain English descriptors. With this focus on interaction the software will make the design process highly intuitive for the user and give greater transparency on the design process than what is currently on the market. The application will make change simple, avoiding costly change orders on fixed fee projects. Design metrics will be provided so that a client can see the true cost of control system design and identify opportunities for cost reduction.In short, the more projects executed using the system, the greater the potential to reduce the cost of each subsequent project while improving quality.
VIRTUAL REALITY AND E-LEARNING
Skellig Virtual Reality Training solutions allow complex information to be delivered in a visually attractive and engaging way. Many students find it easier to learn when presented with a visual explanation which they also find easier to retain and recall. Virtual Reality allows us to simulate dangerous or risky situations in a Pharma Plant setting from within a controlled environment. Through VR we can place the user in scenarios with simulated surroundings & equipment which would not be available in a classroom setting. Using computer models of real equipment is risk free and allows endless experimentation without the need to take real equipment off-line and risk production. In industries that are particularly physical, expensive to recreate or pose any dangers to an employee’s well-being by nature of industry, VR training is a fantastic lifelike way for trainees to emotionally prepare for a new role or activity. Our E-learning is built from the ground up with a focus on innovation, engagement and metrics. Our products are easily accessible and designed to be delivered via our clients Learning Management System. We focus on providing updatable content customized to your process.
Who We Are
Full Stack Developer
Jack is an Automation Engineer, based in Co. Cork, Ireland. He has been with Skellig since 2015.
Hiren is a Project Manager in the New England Area. He joined Skellig in 2017.
Prajakta is an Automation Engineer in the New England Area. She joined Skellig in 2017.
Brennan is an Automation Engineer in the New England Area. He has been with Skellig since 2016.
Dan is a Process Engineer, based in the Poconos, PA. He has been with Skellig since 2016.
Quyen is an Automation Engineer in Oceanside, CA. She joined Skellig in 2017.
Craig is an Automation Engineer in the New England Area. He has been subcontracting for Skellig since 2017.
Greg is an Automation Engineer in the New England Area. He has been with Skellig since 2015.
Shrijeet is an Automation Engineer in the New England Area. He has been with Skellig since 2016.
Director of Human Resources
Mary is Skellig’s HR Director, based in the New England Area. She has been with Skellig since 2015.
Kshiti is an Automation Engineer in the New England area. She joined Skellig in 2017.
Stephen is a Project Controller in Thousand Oaks, CA. He has been with Skellig since 2015.
Anthony is an Automation Engineer, based in Co. Cork, Ireland. He has been with Skellig since 2015.
Owner | CEO
Paul is owner and CEO of Skellig, based in the Poconos, PA. He has been with Skellig since its origin in 2010.
Ryan is an Automation Engineer in Oceanside, CA. He joined Skellig in 2017.
Denise is a Project Coordinator in the New England Area. She joined Skellig in 2017.
Purnendu is an Automation Engineer in the New England Area. He has been with Skellig since 2015.
Ben is an Automation Engineer in Denver, CO. He has been with Skellig since 2016.
James is a Process Engineer based in the Poconos, PA. He joined Skellig in 2017.
Tracy is a Project Manager in the New England Area. She has been with Skellig since 2016.
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