The Department Device Development at F. Hoffmann-La Roche is responsible for the development of medical devices and combination products for research & development (R&D) portfolio drug products. The department`s 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.
Within the department, the Section Verification Engineering is mainly responsible for the generation and management of experimental and current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) verification activities providing objective evidence that the medical device/combination products perform according to patient`s and technical expectations. Thereby, the Section Verification Engineering supports the evaluation, selection, design, development, characterization, and industrialization of medical devices and combination products (e.g., pre-filled syringe, needle safety device, autoinjector, injector pen, infusion pump, new & break-through & platform technology, special packaging).
As an intern you will be part of the Verification Engineering group.
The internship project will focus on implementing new test equipment for residual stress analysis of glass and plastics, define best practice protocols for method implementation, investigate method applicability to day-to-day projects
and support practical testing and characterization for related projects. During the internship you will be assigned to a mentor who supports you.
The following responsibilities will be assigned to you:
· Research and coordinate a significant project including
· Technical assessment
· Statistical analysis
· Summary and presentation of results
Further take away opportunities that we offer for our interns:
· Many learning and training opportunities that will help improve your personal development and can significantly influence your own career
· Learn to move in a global company, to network and to collaborate with stakeholder groups
· Be a member of our Interns Network and get to experience the culture of Basel in the heart of Europe
· Who we are
Basel is the headquarters of the Roche Group and one of its most important centres of pharmaceutical research. Over 8,500 people from approximately 90 countries work in Basel, which is one of Roche`s largest sites. Read more .
Roche is an equal opportunity employer.