CAI is seeking motivated CQV Engineers to support biotech and pharmaceutical projects across the country. These are full-time opportunities with competitive compensation and benefits which include: up to 15% retirement contribution, 24 days PTO and 5 sick days per year, health insurance at extremely low cost to employee, financial support for both internal and external professional education as well as 70% long term disability paid for by the company. As consultants to the entire industry, our employee owners are driven by the challenge and constant diversity of assignments, while having the stability of a company that has never had a lay off. On any given day we could be responsible for a myriad of things involved in starting a facility, equipment or process up including protocol writing and execution, FAT’s SAT’s, walk downs and development of summary reports at the client site. To get to those diverse projects our people can experience heavy travel. Although some people rarely travel, it is the exception to the rule. It’s not unusual for our employee owners to travel locally M-F to client sites. If the distance is greater, or spans more time zones, we sometimes travel to the site for 10 days then come back for 4. We don’t want to spend our free time in airports or doing laundry to pack again, and we don’t expect our employees to. The CQV Engineer develops the documentation to support Commissioning, Qualifications, and Validation for both equipment and process. These people are responsible for protocol writing and execution, field verification, and development of summary reports at the client site.
BS in a science or engineering field or equivalent years of experience
Up to 5 years’ experience in commissioning and qualification in a regulated industry
Ideally, you will already have experience in 1 or more of the following: facilities and equipment startup, walk downs & troubleshooting, utilities (WFI, RO, HVAC), aseptic filling, upstream, downstream, purification, recovery, building automation or other pharmaceutical manufacturing processes
Excellent oral and written English is required
Able to travel domestically and internationally if required
Able to work (paid) overtime
Able to work in the US without sponsorship now or any time or in the future
This job description is not all inclusive and you may be asked to do other duties. CAI will also consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the FCO. CAI is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA /REGIONAL OPERATIONS – SOUTH ATLANTIC
CAI is a 100% employee-owned company established in 1996, that has grown year over year to almost 600 people worldwide. We provide commissioning, qualification, validation, start-up, project management and other consulting services to FDA regulated and other mission critical industries.
The largest community on the web to find and list jobs that aren't restricted by commutes or a specific location.