Validation Engineer w/ Aseptic Filling

Raleigh, North Carolina  /  South Atlantic  /  Full Time


CAI is seeking motivated Validation Engineer with Aseptic Filling experience to support biotech and pharmaceutical projects in Raleigh, Durham, Sanford, WIlson, Rocky Mount, and Greenville, North Carolina. Relocation assistance is available. These are full-time opportunities with competitive compensation and benefits which include: Long Term Disability and Life Insurance provided by the company. Health insurance at very low cost to employee, 15% retirement contribution, 24 days PTO, 5 sick days per year, and support for continued professional education.
CAI is a 100% employee-owned company providing CQV, start-up, project management and consulting services to FDA regulated and mission critical industries.  CAI was established in 1996 and has steadily grown to be an industry leader with 500 employees worldwide.
he Validation Engineer will develop and execute protocols and test scripts.  This person is responsible for writing GxP computer validation and CFR 21 Part 11 related documentation such as assessments, plans, URS, FRS and summary reports. 
 
Requirements include: 
BS in a science or engineering filed or equivalent experience
Experience with Aseptic Filling equipment and processes in a GMP environment
Experience with risk assessments, qualification protocols, commissioning plans/test scripts and summary reports is desired
Excellent oral and written communication skills in English 
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 in the future. 

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CAI BENEFITS

  • 100% Employee Owned
  • 24 Days PTO/5 Sick days per year
  • Medical / Dental / Vision
  • Professional Development
    (Approximately $5,000 paid career-related, continuing education)
  • ESOP/401k – 15% Company Contribution
  • Company Paid Long-Term Disability
  • Company Paid Life Insurance
  • No Layoffs in Company History