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Validation Technician - TEMPORARY

TriLink Biotechnologies
Job Location
9955 Mesa Rim Rd.
San Diego, CA 92121
United States
Job Description

TriLink Biotechnologies is seeking TEMPORARY HELP for a Validation Technician who is responsible for writing and executing validations under supervision. This position will also coordinate validation activities with other functions.

Responsibilities include:


  • Responsible for writing validation protocols.
  • Responsible for execution of validations and re-validations.
  • Responsible for tracking and reporting on validation project status.
  • Apply expertise in current validation requirements by FDA and industry standards.
  • Interface with and coordinate activities of validation with internal and external customers.
  • Interact with all other facets of the organization to facilitate protocol execution as necessary.
  • Comply with Health, Safety and Environmental responsibilities for the position.



  • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or a Life Science discipline preferred but not required. Equivalent experience acceptable.
  • 2 to 5 years' experience in related field of work within the pharmaceutical industry and familiarity with FDA regulated biotechnology or drug validation requirements.
  • Experience executing facility, equipment, and computer validation projects for GMP environment.
  • Familiar with data logger equipment.
  • Able to understand diagrams and drawings.
  • Technical knowledge of validation terminology like Installation Qualification, Operation Qualification, and Process Qualification.
  • Demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills.
How to Apply

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