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Subject:Help Wanted -- San Francisco Bay Area (USA) From:Doug Montalbano <Doug_Montalbano -at- CC -dot- CHIRON -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 16 Sep 1996 17:08:19 -0700
My boss has asked me to post this.
Please reply to him via email (chris_johnson -at- cc -dot- chiron -dot- com)
or voicemail (510-601-2869) for more details.
To summarize, it's for someone with tech writing experience in
biotechnology or biomedical devices and quality systems; it's
temporary (3-4 months); it's in northern California.
I've started a preliminary search for a Biotech Quality Systems
consultant who can help me research and write some of our Corporate
Standards and Guides.
I'm looking for someone with experience in:
- implementing ISO 9000 or similar systems
- thorough knowledge of computer, process, and assay validation
principles, along with other technical knowledge on such issues
as water systems and HEPA filters.
- cGMPs for Diagnostics and Therapeutics
- documentation management systems
- coordinating and working with various levels of
management in different countries
- technical writing skills, MS Word and WordPerfect experience.
I expect this to be approximately a two- to three-month position. Any
help would be appreciated.
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