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HOW WILL YOU MAKE AN IMPACT?
The Intern II, Validation, is responsible for assisting with the commissioning, qualification and validation of facilities, utilities and equipment systems associated with cGMP biopharmaceutical contract manufacturing and development organization (CDMO) site.
WHAT WILL YOU DO?
Assist CQV team members with validation activities during the tech transfer of new products in the manufacturing facility.
Generate documentation (e.g., SOPs, commissioning and qualification protocols) to support CQV project initiatives.
Maintain validation test equipment and systems used during protocol execution. Ensure all test equipment is fully functioning, calibrated and ready for use.
Assist with CQV revalidation program for the site.
Enrolled in an UNDERGRADUATE B.S. DEGREE PROGRAM in engineering, life sciences or any related field.
0-2 years experience.
Additional experience and qualification requirements include the following:
Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Strong technical writing skills.
Strong computer software skills (e.g., Excel, Word).
Interest and/or experience with performing facility, utility and equipment qualification activities.
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