A career is an ongoing journey of discovery: our 51,000 people are shaping how the world lives, works and plays through next generation advancements in healthcare, life science and performance materials. For more than 350 years and across the world we have passionately pursued our curiosity to find novel and vibrant ways of enhancing the lives of others.
Validation engineers are recognized as a strong quality presence and technical resource. This position is responsible for developing, reviewing, and managing the execution of validation activities, and ensuring that the qualifications are consistent with user’s/manufacturer’s requirements and quality standards.
In the role of Validation Engineer, you will also be interacting cross-functionally with Manufacturing, Project Management, Process & Analytical Development, Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Packaging, Materials Management, Engineering, and Maintenance.
- Create and execute protocols for equipment, analytical instrumentation, cleaning, process controls, and facility (including but not limited to FAT/SAT/IOQ and PQ documents).
- Utilize GDP in a GMP atmosphere while generating protocols and reviewing documents.
- Review and generate closing reports for executed protocols.
- Create validation schedules, coordinate execution efforts with contractors, production operators, production engineers, customers and quality assurance staff members.
- Ability to work through a Management of Change system to determine the impact of proposed changes to the qualification status of equipment, software, or facilities.
- Sound understanding of Quality Risk Management concepts.
- Specific Responsibilities to include:
- Equipment and Facility Validation:
- Develop/Establish an overall plan for qualifying new equipment or new/upgraded facility and establishing the proper controls for the introduction of equipment/facility and/or changes under proper quality standards (e.g. FDA, EU, ISO, ISPE, etc.)
- Identify and establish revalidation requirements.
- Write and execute qualification packages, technical reports, and validation master plans
- Physical Requirements (PPE, lifting): This position may require rare lifting of no more than 35lbs.
- Bachelor’s degree in an Engineering or Life Sciences discipline
- 2+ years quality or quality support experience in a cGMP pharmaceutical setting
- Working with current regulatory guidelines and standards
- Working with pharmaceutical standards, rules and guidance (e.g. FDA, EU, ISO, ISPE, etc.)
- 2+ years facility, equipment, and/or cleaning validation experience in a cGMP manufacturing setting
- Ability to utilize GDP during document creation and review
- Comfortable in a fast-paced environment with the ability to adjust to changing priorities
- Flexible and accountable
What we offer: We empower you to fulfil your ambitions, and our diverse businesses offer various career moves to seek new horizons. We trust you with responsibility early on and support you to draw your own career map that is responsive to your aspirations and priorities in life. Join us and bring your curiosity to life!
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