We are looking for for an experienced Validation Engineer to join our laboratories in Glasgow and Newhouse.
This is a great opportunity for an experienced Validation Engineer to join our laboratories in Glasgow and Newhouse. You will be a key member of the team, leading the execution and documentation of validation activities performed during the qualification of facilities, utilities and equipment.
You will be collaborating with colleagues, external partners and suppliers. Your role will include working to EU GMP Annex 11, 21 CFR Part 11, GAMP 5 and associated computerised system validation within the pharmaceutical environment.
What you will accomplish together with us:
Primary contact and validation subject matter expert
Working within the guidelines of GMP
Ensuring all work is performed within production time constraints
Owning and developing validation master plan and relevant documentation
Responsible for authoring, executing, reporting and testing IQ, OQ and PQ validation activities within project timescales
Managing multiple validation projects |equipment, facilities, utilities, including associated control systems
Acting as a subject matter expert in customer and regulatory audits
Working collaboratively with the project team and various departments
Responsible for the generation of accurate protocols and reports
What will convince us:
Educated to HND in a scientific or engineering discipline or equivalent
IQ, OQ and PQ equipment validation and testing experience within the pharmaceutical or medical device industry
A sound understanding of pharmaceutical technology and its respective validation requirements
Previous experience and an understanding of pharmaceutical equipment and validation requirements is necessary
Sound documentation and numeracy skills are also essential, in addition to an excellent eye for detail and a continuous improvement mind set
Capable of working within a global, multi-site organisation
Strong organisational and communication skills
In order to commence working with us, the successful candidate will need the right to work in the UK.
What we offer
Our ambition is to simplify progress in life science research and the biopharmaceutical industry to help translate scientific findings into new therapeutics faster and more efficiently. So that more people can obtain access to better medicine. Nearly 11,000 employees at more than 60 production and sales locations worldwide are committed to this vision. And together, we have grown strongly over the past years. Do you also want to contribute to our vision? Grow with us and benefit from working with a Global Player that has kept its familiar atmosphere:
Opportunity for international career development: A global network offering seminars and training sessions, expert and manager career paths
Open and highly collaborative culture: Mutual support within teams and working as equals, team spirit and international collaboration
Work-life balance: Working from home at many sites
Intelligent working environment: Working in smart buildings with the latest technology and equipment
Ambitious goals: Sartorius plans to double its sales revenue approximately every five years and expects to grow its global team to approximately 15,000 people in 2025.
We look forward to receiving your application.
We look for employees who would like to grow with us and move the innovative life sciences sector forward. In the process, we focus on agile project work, mutual support within teams and working as equals. Sartorius thrives as a company with people who give their very best every day and who are eager to develop personally and professionally.
Further insights into our world of work can be found here.