Undergrad Scientific Life Science Intern Vacancy – GMP Laboratory
PPD, part of Thermo Fisher Scientific is currently recruiting for our 2023 Summer Internship Program at our GMP Laboratory. This is an in-person opportunity that requires full-time hours (40 hours per week) for 12 weeks starting in mid May 2023, through mid August 2023.
As a Scientific Intern, you will be shadowing and/or assisting in the preparation of scientific documents such as methods, protocols, reports, method development summaries, analytical methods, SOPs and other similar documentation. While working within our laboratories you will be provided with the opportunity to gain real world laboratory industry experience.
Location US WI Middleton
Must be enrolled in an undergraduate program as a rising senior pursuing a life science degree.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES
- Good communication and interpersonal skills
- Good organizational skills and strong attention to detail, with proven ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and effectively
- Good English and grammar skills
- Good computer skills, proficient in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.
Desired Degrees: Biology, Chemistry, and other Life Sciences
A DAY IN THE LIFE:
- Complete NEOP (New employee orientation program) and department specific training.
Reviews scientific documents for accuracy, formatting, consistency and compliance to protocols or SOPs.
- Attend in-person/virtual professional development workshops and networking events.
- Review standard operation procedures and complete LMS (Learning management system) training modules.
- Complete PLP (prepared learning plan) created by supervisor.
- Complete department specific final project and present findings to peers and leaders.
- Assist with preparation and analysis of assays and samples.
- Reviews data to ensure accuracy.
- Other tasks under the direction of the PPD supervisor or mentor.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS / WORK ENVIRONMENT
Thermo Fisher Scientific values the health and wellbeing of our employees. We support and encourage individuals to create a healthy and balanced environment where they can thrive. Below is listed the working environment/requirements for this role:
- Able to communicate, receive, and understand information and ideas with diverse groups of people in a comprehensible and reasonable manner.
- Able to work upright and stationary and/or standing for typical working hours.
- Able to lift and move objects up to 25 pounds.
- Able to work in non-traditional work environments.
- Able to use and learn standard office equipment and technology with proficiency.
- May have exposure to potentially hazardous elements, including infectious agents, typically found in healthcare or laboratory environments.
- Able to perform successfully under pressure while prioritizing and handling multiple projects or activities.
Undergrad Scientific Life Science