Thermo Fisher Scientific Freshers Intern Vacancy – Apply Online

Thermo Fisher Scientific Freshers Intern Vacancy – Apply Online

Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Viral Vector Services (VVS) is a rapidly growing, dynamic gene therapy contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) that is seeking sharp individuals to bring the highest quality processes, products and testing to our clients.

Job Title: Intern QC Microbiology

Location Plainville, Massachusetts, US

Job ID: 214371BR

Education

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Currently enrolled in a Bachelors program in a Life Science

Experience

No experience is required

Requirements

Must speak English

Special Requirements

  • Ability to gown and gain access to cleanroom and utility areas
  • Position requires frequent bending, stooping, standing, and ability to lift 40 lbs
  • Ability to work around strong chemical odors such as Spor-Klenz or bleach

How will you make an impact?

This internship will allow you the opportunity to work in the QC Microbiology alongside the team performing environmental monitoring and critical utility testing throughout the facility.

Observes microbiology assays such as bioburden, endotoxin, aseptic aliquoting and growth promotion. The incumbent will support equipment preventative maintenance, documentation, and business improvement initiatives within QC Microbiology. Works cohesively with peers and QC Microbiology management.

What will you do?

  • Observe routine environmental monitoring and critical utility sampling
  • Observe routine microbiology assays (bioburden, endotoxin, growth promotion)
  • Perform inventory and stocking of QC lab
  • Coordinate sample shipment to external labs
  • Perform routine laboratory preventative maintenance and cleaning
  • Archive assays and technical documents
  • Participate in business improvement initiatives to streamline laboratory processes

Thermo Fisher Scientific Freshers

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