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Student Internship in Packaging Engineering within Device and Packaging Development

  • Internship
  • Basel, SWITZERLAND
  • Teaching

Job description

·  Job facts

Student Internship in Packaging Engineering within Device and Packaging Development

Roche is leading the industry with respect to the investment in R&D. We drive one of the largest and most promising pipelines.

Pharma Technical Development (PTD) engages with all R&D engines within the Roche group and supports more than 100 development projects with CMC (Chemistry, Manufacturing and Controls) activities.

Pharma Technical Development Europe Biologics (PTDE) brings game-changing therapies from clinical phase I into the market to serve every patient, every day. Our core business is to develop safe, innovative and effective drugs using cutting edge technologies for manufacturing processes (Drug Substance and Drug Product), clinical supply, formulation, device, packaging, and analytical development. Our daily work also includes compiling of regulatory documents and the transfer of development projects to commercial manufacturing.

We are striving for a caring and sensing network organization which lives a culture of trust and collaboration. Our smart people drive innovation through their expertise, passion and "getting it done" mentality. The benefit for the patient is in the center of our thoughts and efforts. To achieve this goal we have embraced new ways of working and thinking

In the Device and Packaging Development Department, we are responsible for the development of medical devices, combination products and packaging systems for R&D portfolio drug products. Our activities comprise a wide range of engineering disciplines ranging from the initial definition of product requirements to first commercialization and subsequent product care considering required regulatory, legislative, ecological, economical and technical aspects.

As a packaging engineer intern, you will support the establishment of a world-class packaging organization and gain technical expertise in the development, qualification and deployment of new packaging systems. You will work on a variety of packaging initiatives, contributing to the development and qualification of global packaging solutions for clinical and commercial use. This internship will offer you the opportunity to play an active role in designing the best packaging for new molecules coming through the pipeline and launches.

The internship will be focused on the following responsibilities:

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Develop and qualify global primary, secondary and tertiary packaging solutions through the packaging lifecycle, understanding customer needs and leveraging the organization

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Innovation through the evaluation and screening of new packaging technologies, and new packaging materials and/or packaging solutions based on patient, product, regulatory, business or technical requirements

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Ensuring compliance with international procedures and external regulationsAuthor technical documentation

Who you are:

You are preparing for a bachelor's degree in package engineering, materials science, mechanical, chemical, or similar.

You have initial experience with and, above all, a strong desire to further develop your capabilities in:

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Innovative spirit and application of design thinking with focus on the end-user

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Packaging materials, processes and equipment

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Packaging regulations, industry standards and test methods (e.g. DIN/ISO, USP, FDA, and ISTA/ASTM)

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Author technical documentation

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Excellent organizational skills and interpersonal communication skills

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English language proficiency required; knowledge of German an asset

Information about application documents and start date:

This internship should preferably start as soon as possible, and will last a minimum of 6 months to 12 months. Please attach a CV and a cover letter to your application.

Please note that non-EU/EFTA nationals have to provide us a certificate of mandatory internship form their university. If you still have questions then please check our FAQs and videos on careers.roche.ch/faq.

Do you know what Roche stands for?

Roche embraces diversity and equal opportunity in a serious way. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.

·  Who we are

At Roche, 98,000 people across 100 countries are pushing back the frontiers of healthcare. Working together, we've become one of the world's leading research-focused healthcare groups. Our success is built on innovation, curiosity and diversity.

Roche is an equal opportunity employer.

Profil recherché

Who you are:

You are preparing for a bachelor's degree in package engineering, materials science, mechanical, chemical, or similar.

You have initial experience with and, above all, a strong desire to further develop your capabilities in:

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Innovative spirit and application of design thinking with focus on the end-user

· 
Packaging materials, processes and equipment

· 
Packaging regulations, industry standards and test methods (e.g. DIN/ISO, USP, FDA, and ISTA/ASTM)

· 
Author technical documentation

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Excellent organizational skills and interpersonal communication skills

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English language proficiency required; knowledge of German an asset

Information about application documents and start date:

This internship should preferably start as soon as possible, and will last a minimum of 6 months to 12 months. Please attach a CV and a cover letter to your application.

Please note that non-EU/EFTA nationals have to provide us a certificate of mandatory internship form their university. If you still have questions then please check our FAQs and videos on careers.roche.ch/faq.

Do you know what Roche stands for?

Roche embraces diversity and equal opportunity in a serious way. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be.

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