Compliance Team, Inc.

Validation Engineers

US-MO-St. Louis
3 months ago
ID
2017-1180
# of Openings
2
Category
Validation

Overview

Compliance Team, Inc. has exciting opportunities for Validation Engineers and Validation Consultants.  We seek top-notch professionals who have a diverse validation experience with facility, process, equipment, utility systems, and control systems, in the pharmaceutical and/or medical device industry.

Responsibilities

The responsibilities include preparing commissioning and qualification protocols and executing qualification activities for plant and lab equipment, facilities, utilities, process control systems, computer systems, and process validation projects for our clients in support of GMP / FDA requirements.  Also included is completing gap assessments.

Qualifications

  • 5+ years experience in FDA related manufacturing or laboratory operations
  • Knowledge of FDA regulations, pharmaceutical GMPs
  • Familiar with pharmaceutical manufacturing process, facilities and equipment, calibration, IQ, OQ, PQ, and development of SOPs
  • Experience with process control applications and computer system validation is desirable

In addition to the above technical competencies, ideal candidates will have a commitment to deliver quality documents and service excellence along with outstanding interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills.  Candidates must be results-oriented, able to make decisions, and able to prioritize work per business needs.  Strong communication, organization, and time management skills are necessary.  Desired skills include: teamwork, leadership, ability to maintain constructive relationships with personnel from various disciplines at all levels in the organization.  The successful candidate should demonstrate integrity, reliability, dedication, adaptability, innovation, and self-motivation.

 

Please send your cover letter and resume to be considered. 

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