Validation Engineer

  • Tilburg
  • 3500.00 - 5000.00
  • 32-40 hours
  • Bachelor degree


Our client is a consultancy in the food and pharmaceutical industry.


Our client is a consultancy in the food and pharmaceutical industry. They participate in very attractive projects for experienced engineers in the pharmaceutical industry. They offer challenging, varied projects with ample opportunities for personal contributions and development.


  • A Bachelor’s degree in related field
  • At least two years of experience required in the medical device, biotechnology or pharmaceutical industry.
  • Sound knowledge of GMP, laboratory and pharmaceutical validation principles including FDA and EMA expectations.
  • Excellent communication skills in both English (oral and technical written). Dutch preferred.
  • Flexible, innovative, customer-oriented, pro-active, hands on and immune to stress.
  • Good knowledge of standard MS-Office

What do you get?

  • Pension entitlement as from day one
  • Collective WGA / WIA insurance
  • NBBU / ABU collective labor agreement
  • 25 holidays days
  • 8,33% holiday allowance
  • 100% payment in case of illness after one waiting day
  • Travel allowance


A production site went live recently and there are many validations to be completed as well as the documents. There is a team of other Validation Engineers working together to close to project according to clients standards.
Responsibilities will conclude and will not be limited to:

  • Prepare validation documents
  • Execute IQ/OQ and PQ
  • Write reports of completed validation activities
  • Execution, technical documentation, GAP Analysis and Risk Assessment.
  • Interacting with other departments in order to keep projects alligned
  • Reporting to the Validation Lead


Bas Lokhorst


Send your resume to referring to job id (995)

More information?

Please contact Bas Lokhorst working at our office in Zoetermeer, phone number +31 6 82 43 66 08


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