Pfizer Validation Engineer in Rocky Mount, North Carolina
As a Validation Engineer you will be responsible for validating/qualifying the systems used to develop and/or manufacture products within a large manufacturing facility located in North Carolina, USA. You will ensure systems are running according to necessary specifications and operate within regulations to ensure data integrity and the production of quality products.
Execute multiple large and small scale projects
Coordinate/oversee the development of new processes or troubleshoot existing ones.
Schedules and executes validations/qualifications per Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and regulatory guidelines.
Coordinates and communicates all testing with affected functional groups and evaluates test results.
Executes equipment, facility, utility, computer system, and Automated Process Control validation studies to include protocol preparation, scheduling, protocol execution, analyze data and compose a final report.
Oversee and assist Associate Engineers and/or Technicians with their assigned projects.
Participates and presents data in Regulatory Agency, Customer, Corporate and Internal audits.
Provide technical expertise to define approaches and execution of system validation activities in accordance with cGMP, cGXP, CFR 21 Parts, 11, 210 and 211, EU Annex 11, ICH Q7, Q8 and Q9, and other applicable regulations, procedures and industry guidance.
Thorough understanding of risk based validation for computerized systems, industry standards and best practices for computer system validation, such as, but not limited to GAMP 5 and ASTM E2500.
Perform Electronic Record/Electronic Signature (ERES) Assessments.
Participates in developments/ improvements to validation programs as needed to remain current with cGMPs and industry standards.
Participates in teams assembled to specify, install, validate, troubleshoot and maintain systems and equipment.
Conducts Validation deviations and/or participates in deviation investigations to identify root causes and define corrective and/or preventative actions (CAPA).
BS/BA degree in science, engineering, manufacturing technology or closely related field is required.
Minimum of 1 year of relevant experience in validation is required.
Excellent attention to detail and working knowledge of FDA Regulations/Guidance or Good Manufacturing Practices is required.
Technical knowledge and experience with validation / qualification processes, equipment, utilities, facilities and/or computer systems is required.
Must be proactive, have experience with high performance teams, strong interpersonal and project management skills.
Must be able to interact with varying levels within the company.
Ability to work both independently and in partnership with others; proven ability to use initiative and drive to achieve results.
Strong conflict resolution skills.
Must be able to work multiple shifts as needed to meet deadlines.
2 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry is strongly preferred.
Validation experience as related to sterile products and medical devices is preferred.
Must be able to lift and carry light loads as necessary in conducting testing. Weekend or long hours based on testing schedule.
May involve standing for long periods of time.
Must be able to wear proper gowning and PPE in manufacturing areas as required to meet GMP and/or OSHA requirements.
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
Primary work schedule is Day shift, Monday - Friday but evenings and weekends will be required, as needed.
EEO & Employment Eligibility
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Other Job Details:
Last Date to Apply for Job: 8/26/19
Additional Location Information: Rocky Mount, NC
Eligible for Relocation Package
Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus
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