Department: R&D and Validation
The Validation Technician is responsible for supporting validation activities of GMP equipment and systems. Assists in specifying and selecting equipment. Maintains all records related to qualification and validation. Prepares validation reports, suggests, and assists in determining specifications, and makes recommendations for modifications as necessary. The Validation Technician reports to the Validation Engineer.
- B.S. in science or engineering or a related discipline
- 2-year degree and 1 to 2+ years of relevant experience
- No degree and 2 to 4 years of relevant experience
- Demonstrates knowledge of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
- Demonstrates knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)
- Develop technical expertise in reference to the Kaye validator
- Participate in required safety, cGMP, and technical training sessions
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Collects and analyzes validation data for temperature controlled units
- Perform commissioning, qualification and validation activities
- Recommends equipment operation specification changes
- Collects data and prepares preliminary reports
- Assist in equipment maintenance activities
- Explore problems that occur and suggest appropriate solutions
- Draft/revise GMP documentation including SOPs, Testing Standards, Specifications, Training Guidelines
Position is full time.
This position requires local travel between CEL-SCI Facilities
Baltimore & Elkridge, MD
We offer competitive salaries, outstanding comprehensive benefits, and Employee Stock Options.
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