We are seeking a dynamic, proactive Process Validation Scientist to join our consumables center-of-excellence located in Carlsbad, CA. As a core member of the manufacturing team you will collaborate with cross-functional teams to incorporate design changes for existing products and will support transfer projects. In addition, you will work closely with R&D, Quality, Regulatory, Procurement and Manufacturing counterparts in order to establish and maintain technical documentation in accordance to company procedures and guidelines.
Responsibilities of Process Validation Scientist:
• Plan and conduct independent work requiring root cause analysis, troubleshooting, and modification of manufacturing processes triggered by engineering change orders, non-conformances, or process validation feasibility runs in support of production.
• Assist writing process validation protocols (IOPQ/TMV) and work with R&D, Manufacturing and Quality teams to complete and assure high confidence and successful results.
• Confirm the accuracy of bills of material, item masters and other relevant product documentation.
• Complete assigned tasks related to design change processes and design transfers per Company procedures and guidelines.
• Plan and conduct proof of concept or process feasibility experiments.
Requirements of Process Validation Scientist:
• MS Degree in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering OR BS Chemistry or Chemical Engineering with 3 to 4 years Life Science chemistry and/or consumables, sustaining, manufacturing or manufacturing process engineering.
• Background in Mass Spectrometry is a nice to have.
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