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“I am leading a team responsible for managing the Phase 2 clinical studies for our Lyme disease vaccine. It is truly exciting to watch the program develop and I am glad to be working with such a great team.”

Vera, Head of Clinical Operations, Lyme Disease Vaccine Development in Austria

“I feel fortunate that I can contribute to the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic with my work in Quality Control, where we make sure that each batch of vaccine is tested at every step of its journey.”

Michael, Technical Assistant in QC Analytics in Austria

"In Solna, I am leading the project of switching from producing the cholera vaccine to producing the vaccine candidate against COVID-19. I am really proud of the work the team has achieved here."

Susanna, Head of Manufacturing Support in Sweden

"Valneva is a fast-paced and versatile workplace, where you can feel the enthusiasm and really move things. Although everyone is very focused, you can easily approach colleagues, even across departmental and hierarchical boundaries."

Klaudia, Sales Manager Austria

"On the Scouting and Innovation team, we are looking for new vaccine candidates that Valneva could bring into its pipeline. As a scientist at Valneva, I am glad that my work allows me to contribute to the prevention of infectious diseases and make a difference in people’s lives."

Melissa, Head of Vaccine Scouting & Technology Evaluation in France

"It is a pleasure to work with these talented people at Valneva in Sweden, where we are currently expanding our capacity in order to provide full fill and finish operations for our COVID-19 vaccine candidate."

Robert, Director of Manufacturing Operations in Sweden

"No matter if you work in research, manufacturing, administration or IT, the key to collaboration is a constructive and appreciative dialogue between colleagues. At Valneva, you will find challenging assignments, a multicultural environment, and a clear commitment to ethics, compliance and integrity."

Douglas, Senior Systems Administrator in Scotland

Valneva’s success stems from the dedication and expertise of over 650 employees. Valneva is an international company that prides itself in providing its workforce the opportunity for personal growth and development, while encouraging work-life balance. As a global company that respects all cultures, we are convinced that the rich diversity of our colleagues makes us more innovative, effective and competitive.

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QC Assistant (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialise two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

As we continue to expand our business in Livingston, we are looking for a QC Assistant to support the Quality Control team in Livingston based on a 12 month fixed term contract.

Job Responsibilities

  • Maintain adequate stocks of materials and equipment and laboratory consumables.
  • Assist in monitoring and maintaining calibration status of all equipment within the Quality Control department
  • Calibration of pipettes and informing relevant personnel in a timely manner of any failure of calibration
  • Assist in ensuring adequate stocks of material and equipment for effective operation of laboratories
  • Carry out general maintenance and housekeeping and cleaning of equipment and laboratories
  • Storage of in process, and final products samples including, for stability and retention purposes
  • Preparation of SOPs (where applicable) in accordance with Valneva Quality systems
  • Perform filing duties and other QC administrative (e.g. scanning and archiving) duties as required by the QC Manager
  • Provide cover for other departments within the organisation
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the QC Manager in accordance with Company requirements

Expérience

  • Proven track record of being able to maintain the highest standards of hygiene and cleanliness in a laboratory environment
  • All round experience of working within a laboratory environment

Formation et Compétences

  • Well organised, self-motivated individual
  • Ability to follow instructions and manage workload to meet expected work schedules
  • Flexible and adaptable team player

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Supply Chain Supervisor (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialise two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

These are exciting times at Valneva! As we continue to expand our business in Livingston, we are looking for a number of experienced Supply Chain Supervisors to join our growing team in Livingston.

Job Summary

To ensure the receipt, storage and issue of materials are executed in line with GMP and to the most efficient manner. To ensure a high level of compliance for the facility operations and maintain a high level of housekeeping. Ensure that all aspects of GDP are applied in the transportation process for all shipments of samples sent for testing and Final Bulk Vaccine sent for shipping.

Responsibilities

Logistics

  • Deliver against annual SCM budget and monitor monthly stats
  • Manage all Livingston transportation of Bulk ensuring compliance
  • Delivery of all logistical and materials team QMS
  • Maintain the highest level of compliance to GDP for all sample and final bulk vaccine shipments
  • Liaise with stakeholders to ensure transportation requirements are fully met for the filling operations as planned according to the MPS

Materials

  • To maintain GMP compliance level of stock controls within the stores areas including all activities from goods receipt, booking in, quarantine and final release for use while maintaining all systems and documentation
  • Maintain all controlled documents and SOPS
  • Effective management of GMP documentation (deviations, CAPA and change controls) and maintain the highest level of GMP & GDP for all SCM documentation
  • Coordinating, supervision of daily tasks and deputising for line manger
  • Provide day-to-day management of the department and contribute to an environment of energy, enthusiasm, empowerment and motivation. Implement teamwork practices to ensure the department is operating within GMP at all times
  • Ensure the safe and timely transportation of materials between sites
  • Identify and take responsibility for achieving personal training standards required
  • Take personal responsibility for the safe operation within the Warehousing reporting any HSE matters to line manger
  • To maintain a high level of housekeeping and organisation within the stores areas using lean 5s principles and techniques
  • Operate first in first out (FIFO) policy and first expired (FEFO) for raw materials and consumables
  • Ensure all waste is stored and disposed of according to regulations
  • Monitor waste streams, introducing improvements resulting in cost savings and efficiencies
  • Liaise with internal stakeholders to manage goods, materials movements and storages according to stock levels and demand fluctuations
  • Perform regular cycle counts and stock audits
  • Inform QC of materials that require sampling and move all deliveries to the appropriate areas
  • Assist in developing and implementing systems, policies and procedures for effective running of the supplies, taking into account any relevant regulatory requirements
  • Quarterly reviews of min/max stock items with manufacturing and procurement
  • Clear stores of any un-used and expired material as per standard operating procedures
  • Improve current working practices and staff to ensure compliance with standards and continuous improvement
  • Attend contribute and lead discussion meetings, deputising for department manager when required
  • Communicate performance upwards and downwards and escalate potential issues relating to any materials or logistics which may result in a breach of compliance (to SCM management) including HSE matters
  • Understand inventory costs and how this affects finance forecasting write off

Expérience

  • Relevant stores & logistics experience (GMP/GDP is mandatory)
  • Expertise and experience managing and developing people
  • Experience with quality driven GMP/GDP work environment manufacturing
  • Experience in handling chemicals or controlled materials
  • General stores and inventory management experience (FIFO, KANBAN)
  • EH&S awareness
  • Developing and implementing SOPs and work instructions and other quality related documentation
  • AX Microsoft Dynamics ERP or relevant system
  • Lean knowledge (5s) is beneficial
  • Experience in data management including a working understanding of KPIs and metrics

Formation et Compétences

  • Excellent leadership skills and experience
  • Ability to lead, motivate, influence and inspire people
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Delegate work and explain ideas clearly and concisely
  • Management skills and experience with proven track records on project and continuous improvement management, preferably in a multi-site organisation with matrix reporting
  • Excellent facilitation and communication skills
  • Ability to use initiative and be decisive
  • Problem solving skills and the ability to work on a tactical and strategic level
  • Display enthusiasm and have a drive for change

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Technical Assistant – Quality Control (m/f/d), (Vienna, Austria)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Vienna, Austria
  • Diplôme(s): Bachelor/Master Degree or equivalent level in a relevant scientific field

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

Your responsibilities as Technical Assistant – Quality Control

  • Execution of diverse analytical procedures (e.g. ELISA, HPLC, UV VIS spectrophotometry, cell based assays, etc.) for testing of release and stability samples for marketed products according to defined standard operating procedures and protocols in compliance with the same
  • Perform routine cell culture
  • Execute lab activities for set up, transfer and validation of assays required for the release of raw materials, intermediate products and final products, including preparation/completion of protocols and reports
  • Conduct on-time reporting according to the defined and trained document management standards including review and verification of analytical data
  • Preparation and review of GMP relevant documentation (e.g. Deviations, Changes, SOPs)
  • Active participation in laboratory investigations and documentation thereof (e.g. in case of Deviations)
  • Assume responsibility for laboratory equipment including qualification thereof and oversight of regular cleaning, calibration and maintenance

Your qualifications

  • Bachelor/Master Degree or equivalent level in a relevant scientific field
  • Excellent technical lab skills (immunological assays, cell culture, chemical / biochemical / bioanalytical methods)
  • Experience in cell culture and GxP environment
  • Experience with equipment qualification and method validation is a plus
  • Excellent organizational, documentation management and teamwork skills
  • Proactive, accurate, reliable working style and problem solving skills
  • Ability to work on competing projects with limited resources
  • Team work and excellent organizational skills

Our offer

  • Une culture d’entreprise ouverte et bienveillante avec un esprit d’innovation et des postes attractifs.
  • Environnement international avec des lignes hiérarchiques courtes
  • Bon esprit d’équipe dans une équipe très motivée.
  • Package de rémuneration compétitif.

Due to legal reasons we are obliged to disclose the minimum salary for this position, which is € 40.000,- gross per year based on full-time employment. However our salaries are market oriented and in line with your qualifications and experience.

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Technical Assistant – Clinical Trial Material Analytics (f/m/d) (Vienna, Austria)

  • Référence 11236-20-01-v
  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Vienna, Austria

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19. Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

Your Responsibilities as Technical Assistant – Clinical Trial Material Analytics

  • Setting up, transfer and validation of analytical GMP release and stability tests for multiple projects in the clinical development including preparation/completion of protocols and reports
  • Execution of diverse analytical procedures (e.g. ELISA, HPLC, cell based assays, etc.) as part of quality control testing of products / clinical trial materials according to defined standard operating procedures and protocols and in compliance with the same
  • Conduct on-time reporting according to the defined and trained document management standards including review and verification of analytical data
  • Preparation and review of GMP relevant documentation in English language (e.g. Deviations, Changes, SOPs)
  • La participation active dans les enquêtes de laboratoire et la documentation de celle-ci
  • Assume responsibility for laboratory equipment

Your Qualifications

  • MTA, BTA, DI (FH) or Master of Science in relevant field (Biology, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Bioengineering)
  • Experience working in a laboratory (preferably immunology, virology or biotechnology)
  • Travailler selon GxP dans un système de qualité reconnue est un plus
  • Experience working with cell based methods, ELISA, SDS-Page and/or HPLC is a plus
  • Experience working with the qualification and validation of product
    testing methods is a plus
  • Excellent organizational, documentation management and teamwork
    skills
  • Proactive, accurate, reliable working style and problem solving skills
  • Capacité à travailler sur plusieurs projets avec des échéances difficiles

Notre offre

  • Une culture d’entreprise ouverte et bienveillante avec un esprit d’innovation et des postes attractifs.
  • Environnement international avec des lignes hiérarchiques courtes
  • Bon esprit d’équipe dans une équipe très motivée.
  • Package de rémuneration compétitif.

Due to legal reasons we are obliged to disclose the minimum salary for this position, which is € 34.000,- gross per year based on full-time employment. However our salaries are market oriented and in line with your qualifications and experience.

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Manufacturing Planner (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva est une société spécialisée dans le développement et la commercialisation de vaccins prophylactiques contre des maladies infectieuses générant d’importants besoins médicaux. Le Groupe a mis à profit son expertise et ses infrastructures pour commercialiser avec succès deux vaccins et pour faire rapidement progresser un large éventail de candidats vaccins en développement clinique, et notamment ses candidats vaccins contre la maladie de Lyme, le virus du chikungunya et la COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

As part of the ongoing project in Livingston, we are now seeking interest for a key support role within the Manufacturing team as a Production Planner.

Job Summary

Key liaison between operations and support departments ensuring visibility of day-to-day activities. To ensure that all services are produced in line with quality and regulatory expectations, at the most favourable cost and in compliance with Company procedure. To create systems which provide visibility for end to end planning (production process to delivery to customer).

Responsibilities

  • Support and drive effective communications and execution of tasks through the planning meeting
  • Create ‘what if’ scenarios based upon operational and customer requirements to maintain capacity analysis tools and use these tools to help manage our resource and capital more effectively
  • Maintain planning tools to provide visibility of tasks and progression
  • Support in developing and implementing key quality performance indicators with Manufacturing teams
  • Effective management of deviations, CAPA and change controls,
  • Provide support to the department and contribute to an environment of energy, enthusiasm, empowerment, continuous improvement and motivation
  • Maintain Master Production Schedule / Supply plan & MPS
  • Monitor capacity and utilisation through weekly planning meeting
  • Monitor and analyse data on material consumption
  • Organise transportation activities, including storage of goods and sample management
  • Support the execution of logistics plan to move products and packages to reach destinations on schedule
  • Support the transport Validation for Finished Goods and support Validation team where required.
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements

Formation et Compétences

  • Self-motivated, energetic and value-driven
  • Ability to work well on own initiative and under pressure and be able to think ‘outside the box’ as well as being able to work well with others
  • Planning and scheduling demands, to meet changing business conditions
  • Excellent time management, planning and organising skills and experience with the ability to motivate and drive an organisation through major change management processes
  • Effective communication skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Organisational and Quality Management skills
  • Driven to meet targets, goals and experience of implementing systems and processes to drive business needs
  • Microsoft Excel Experience
  • ERP System Experience
  • Experience with Planning Tools

Expérience

  • Relevant cross functional work experience in a regulated industry (FDA, EMEA etc)
  • Strong knowledge of quality management systems and cGMP
  • Good knowledge of creating and writing SOP and related documents
  • Strong business knowledge and commercial acumen with the ability to focus and prioritise critical tasks and deliver cost of improvement projects
  • Experience managing a complex supply chain to highlight and mitigate areas of risk
  • Warehousing and inventory management (FIFO, FEFO, KANBAN)
  • Experience of the production of high level programs with complex inter-dependencies

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Principal Scientist (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva est une société spécialisée dans le développement et la commercialisation de vaccins prophylactiques contre des maladies infectieuses générant d’importants besoins médicaux. Le Groupe a mis à profit son expertise et ses infrastructures pour commercialiser avec succès deux vaccins et pour faire rapidement progresser un large éventail de candidats vaccins en développement clinique, et notamment ses candidats vaccins contre la maladie de Lyme, le virus du chikungunya et la COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

As part of the ongoing project in Livingston, we are now seeking interest for key roles within the Manufacturing team, including in our Principal Scientist positions.

Job Summary

To provide technical and scientific expertise to the manufacturing site operations. To define, develop and deliver implementation of improvement projects for robustness, consistency, success and enhanced outputs. To provide site wide technical and investigational support through data evaluation and laboratory work.

Responsibilities

  • Identify and lead delivery of manufacturing support / improvement projects, from conception to validation, with a view to increased process robustness, yield & success rate or reduced COGs to agreed timeframe. Use of Change Management techniques and procedures for implementation where required. Consideration of risk and implementation strategy.
  • Prepare Manufacturing Support Proposals, Plans and Reports, with identified costing, resources, and agreed milestones for delivery
  • Communicate plans effectively, with cross functional consideration of site deliverables and availability of shared equipment, facilities, material provision and analysis
  • Organise, lead and perform workload required for delivery of manufacturing support study work by utilising department and site facilities, tracking through to completion
  • Compile and analyse key critical data for the identification and mitigation of process risks or failure mechanisms through trending and escalation
  • Routine reporting of data through site meetings
  • Provide site wide technical expertise, key role in troubleshooting and lead key technical investigations / assessments, utilising critical trended data to support on time delivery of Quality Investigations
  • Support regulatory submissions by provision or review of technical reports and/or data
  • Deliver assigned aspects of the Quality Management System and documentation to agreed timeframe
  • Escalate deviations to compliance to the Head of Department
  • Use the QMS system for the reporting and management of deviations
  • Represent the company to external contacts such as customers, suppliers & regulatory authorities for technical discussions
  • Drive continuous process improvement and provide technical support to key site projects and business deliverables
  • Ensure training standards are maintained, as required in the role
  • Actively contribute to the development and maintenance of and enthusiastic, supportive and collaborative environment within the team, across the site and between sites
  • To deputise for the line manager and team colleagues as required, and ensure owned tasks are assigned deputies in their absence
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements
  • Shift work and out of hours work as required
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements

Expérience

  • Degree qualification or equivalent experience in biological sciences or related discipline
  • Strong GxP understanding and experience
  • Good understanding of working with Biological systems, equipment and environments
  • Good experience of protein chemistry and characterisation
  • Process / assay development experience of Biological systems, particularly viral products
  • Good experience of statistical data analysis and process trending
  • Experience of change management, lean systems and risk analysis

Formation et Compétences

  • Excellent communication and report writing skills
  • Self-motivated and able to deliver under tight timelines and pressure, dealing with changing priorities
  • Ability to lead complex technical investigations
  • Analytical thinking
  • Team player with awareness of impact on people, process and systems

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Warehouse Operative – 12 month fixed term contract (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

Due to the increase in business, we are currently recruiting a Warehouse Operative to support our Supply Chain team, working on a 12 month Fixed Term Contract.

Job Summary

To support all Supply Chain activities including receipt of all raw materials and consumables, stock control and transferring materials between Valneva sites. Adhering to Valneva policies, ensure raw material stocks are available in the right locations at all times.

Responsibilities

  • Receipt and quarantine of supplies
  • Identify and take responsibility for achieving personal training standards required
  • Take personal responsibility for the safe operation within the Warehousing
  • Awareness of the relevant modules of Valneva’s electronic supply management system
  • Support in the implementing of systems, policies and procedures for effective running of the stores, taking into account any relevant regulatory requirements.
  • Receiving deliveries and ensuring that the material conforms to that specified on the purchase order and internal specifications
  • Inform QC of materials that require release approval and move all deliveries to the appropriate areas
  • Operate first in first out (FIFO) policy and first expired (FEFO) for raw materials and consumables
  • Replenish the stock via the inventory management process, ensuring stock is available on time
  • Clear stores of any un-used and expired material as per standard operating procedures
  • Maintain high standards of housekeeping in the warehousing areas
  • You will be required to travel between Valneva Scotland sites
  • You will be required to drive company vehicles including transferring materials between sites
  • You will be required to work different shift patterns between Day shift/Night shift and continental shifts as determined by business needs
  • Removal of the waste generated by Goods In
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements
  • You will also be responsible for your own QMS

Job Requirements

  • Stores experience preferably within a structured (GMP/GLP) environment
  • Current driving licence pre January 1997 to allow driving of company vehicle
  • Forklift, Counter Balance and Reach Truck Experienced preferred

Formation et Compétences

  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good communication skills

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Manufacturing Shift Leader (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

As part of the ongoing project in Livingston we are now seeking interest for key roles within the Manufacturing team, including Manufacturing Shift Leaders.

Job Summary

To co-ordinate the execution of manufacturing steps according to defined procedures and protocols in line with cGMP work practices and quality standards. This role is dedicated to the management of production and resources within a shift and will review, organise, and – where necessary – develop systems / processes in order to achieve:

  • Effective control of all production activities
  • Effective management of a small team of supervisors
  • Effective planning and co-ordination of activities within manufacturing
  • Effective planning and co-ordination with support functions

Responsibilities

  • On a day to day basis, co-ordinate all supervisors and senior technicians to enable production plans within a shift in order to deliver product to appropriate time, quality and costs
  • Ensure that all production steps defined by SOPs, production records and protocols are being executed in compliance with cGMP standards
  • Ensure manufacturing rooms are prepared for activities and pick lists are submitted in time, to ensure the availability of raw materials. PPRs and labels should also be available in room prior to activities commencing
  • Ensure that there are clear systems for shift handovers
  • Work in cleanrooms / supervision of activities as required
  • Ensure that all paperwork has been completed for room activities prior to staff leaving room
  • Oversee that best cGMP work practices and techniques to produce product within specification are being applied, ensuring that when in operation equipment, facilities and materials used in the area of responsibility comply with defined standards
  • Ensure that all production supervisors and staff are appropriately trained and competent in the procedures they are conducting and are in compliance with best cGMP working practices at all times
  • Ensure PPRs are kept up to date to reflect expected manufacturing techniques to remove any ambiguity in instructions
  • Responsibility for coordination and planning of cellbank activities
  • Responsibility for coordination and planning of FBS qualification activities
  • Responsibility for coordination and planning of virus seedbank manufacture
  • Responsibility to motivate supervisors and their staff to help when there are additional pressures
  • Promptly reporting any issues requiring engineering intervention
  • Develop and ensure delivery of a training plan to build on the skills of current production personnel and allow rapid contribution from new personnel
  • Be responsible for the development, collating and reporting of key quality and business metrics and use such metrics to drive a culture of continuous improvement
  • Identify opportunities for improvements
  • Ensure that any deviations, change controls or CAPAs related to materials, facilities, processes or procedures within your shift are escalated and addressed within agreed timelines. Review and approve QMS items, ensuring that they are completed to a high standard
  • Liaise with all manufacturing staff, ensuring that all direct and indirect production areas are clean, tidy, well organised and in a state of continuous inspection readiness
  • Conduct all activities in the most careful and safe manner and in full compliance with HSE requirements
  • Actively contribute to the development and maintenance of an enthusiastic, supportive and collaborative environment within the team setting
  • Complete of Goals and Objectives, 121s, mid year reviews and end of year reviews for staff, within expected timelines
  • Undertake any other duties as requested by line manager in accordance with company requirements

Job Requirements

Experience:

  • Educated to degree level in relevant qualification, or equivalent experience
  • Minimum of 5 years relevant production experience at senior level
  • Proven track record of supervising a team of 4 or more
  • Experience in vaccine production / commercial
  • Animal cell culture experience
  • Cell bank experience

Required Skills:

  • Flexibility, as there may be a variance in daily schedules from time to time (shift / weekend)
  • Good understanding and working knowledge of the Pharma industry
  • Maintenance of a professional attitude
  • Confidence in dealing with difficult staff
  • Encouraging and developing staff
  • Ability to recognise staff behaviours, rewarding good behaviours and swiftly dealing with any issues
  • Ability to develop a team culture

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Manufacturing Supervisor (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

As part of the ongoing project in Livingston, we are now seeking interest for key roles within the Manufacturing team including Manufacturing Supervisor positions.

Job Summary

To co-ordinate the execution of manufacturing steps according to defined procedures and protocols, in line with cGMP work practices and quality standards. This role is dedicated to the supervision of production, production resources and will review, organise and where necessary develop systems / processes in order to achieve:

  • Effective supervisory control of all production activities
  • Effective management of a small team of manufacturing staff
  • Effective planning and co-ordination of activities within manufacturing
  • Effective planning and co-ordination with support functions

Responsibilities

  • On a day to day basis, co-ordinate production plans in order to deliver product to appropriate time, quality and costs
  • Ensure that all production steps defined by SOPs, production records and protocols are being executed in compliance with cGMP standards
  • Ensure manufacturing rooms are prepared for activities and that pick lists are submitted in time to ensure the availability of raw materials. PPRs and labels should also be available in room prior to activities commencing
  • Work in cleanrooms / supervise activities
  • Ensure that all paperwork has been completed for room activities prior to staff leaving room
  • Oversee that best cGMP work practices and techniques to produce product within specification are being applied, ensuring that equipment, facilities and materials used in the area of responsibility comply with defined standards
  • Ensure that all production staff are appropriately trained and competent in the procedures they are conducting and are in compliance with best cGMP working practices at all times
  • Ensure PPRs are kept up to date and reflect expected manufacturing techniques to remove any ambiguity in instructions
  • Responsibility for cellbank activities
  • Responsibility for FBS qualification activities
  • Responsibility for virus seedbank manufacture
  • Responsibility to motivate staff to help when there are additional pressures
  • Promptly report any issues requiring engineering intervention
  • Develop and ensure delivery of a training plan to build on the skills of current production personnel and allow rapid contribution from new personnel
  • Be responsible for the development, collating and reporting of key quality and business metrics and use such metrics to drive a culture of continuous improvement
  • Identify opportunities for improvements in upstream
  • Ensure that any deviations, change controls or CAPAs related to materials, facilities, processes or procedures are escalated and addressed within agreed timelines
  • Liaise with all manufacturing staff, ensuring that all direct and indirect production areas are clean, tidy and well organised and in a state of continuous inspection readiness
  • Conduct all activities in the most careful and safe manner and in full compliance with HSE requirements
  • Actively contribute to the development and maintenance of an enthusiastic, supportive and collaborative environment within the team setting
  • Complete Goals and Objectives, 121s, mid year reviews and end of year reviews for staff, within expected timelines
  • Undertake any other duties as requested by line manager in accordance with company requirements

Job Requirements

Experience:

  • Educated to degree level in relevant qualification, or equivalent experience
  • Minimum of 3 years relevant production experience at senior level
  • Proven track record of supervising a team of 4 or more
  • Experience in vaccine production / commercial
  • Animal cell culture experience
  • Cell bank experience

Required Skills:

  • Flexibility, as there may be a variance in daily schedules from time to time (shift / weekend)
  • Good understanding and working knowledge of the Pharma industry
  • Maintenance of a professional attitude
  • Confidence in dealing with difficult staff
  • Encouraging and developing staff
  • Ability to recognise staff behaviours, rewarding good behaviours and swiftly dealing with any issues
  • Ability to develop a team culture

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Manufacturing Process Technician (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 600 employees.

An opportunity has arisen in Livingston, Scotland, for Manufacturing Process Technicians.

We are currently operating a variety of shift patterns (both 8 hour and 12 hour patterns) , all will include some form of weekend working.

Job Summary

The purpose of this role is to execute defined and trained manufacturing steps for the large-scale production of a Covid-19 vaccine candidate, according to set procedures and protocols whilst adhering to best cGMP work practices and Quality standards.

Key Responsibilities

  • Execute production steps defined by SOPs, production records and protocols for manufacture of our Covid-19 vaccine candidate
  • Setting up, operating and monitoring complex manufacturing equipment
  • Apply best cGMP work practices and techniques
  • Conduct on-time reporting according to defined document management standards
  • Immediately escalate and report any deviations to materials, facilities, processes or procedures to the supervising team
  • Conduct all activities in the most careful and safe manner and in full compliance with HSE requirements
  • Ensure that at any time, equipment, facilities and materials used in the area of responsibility comply with defined standards
  • Support change controls & investigations in the most diligent manner
  • Identify areas for continuous improvement and escalate those to the respective manufacturing supervisor or appropriate line manager
  • Actively contribute to the development and maintenance of an enthusiastic, supportive and collaborative environment within the team setting
  • Choose & commit to work one of the various shift patterns on offer
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements
  • Be accountable that the individual workspace is clean, tidy and well organised

Expérience

  • Relevant degree, HNC/HND or equivalent experience
  • Experience as a key operator on setting up and operating complex manufacturing equipment
  • Cleanroom experience
  • Experience of working within a cGMP environment
  • Experience of following SOPs within defined cGMP work practices

Competencies

  • Self-motivated individual
  • Good attention to detail and complete adherence to procedures
  • Ability to execute activities following direction
  • Excellent behaviour and demeanour in a cleanroom environment
  • Experience of working in a busy team and demanding environment

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Manufacturing Scientist (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

An opportunity has arisen in Livingston for Manufacturing Scientists.

We are currently operating a variety of shift patterns (both 8 hour and 12 hour patterns) , all will include some form of weekend working.

Job Summary Manufacturing Scientist

The purpose of this role is to execute defined and trained manufacturing steps for the production of a COVID-19 vaccine according to set procedures and protocols and according to best cGMP work practices and Quality standards.

Key Responsibilities

  • Execute production steps defined by SOPs, production records and protocol for manufacture of a COVID-19 vaccine
  • Apply best cGMP work practices and techniques
  • Conduct on-time reporting according to defined document management standards
  • Immediately escalate and report any deviations to materials, facilities, processes or procedures to the supervising team
  • Conduct all activities in the most careful and safe manner and in full compliance with HSE requirements
  • Ensure that at any time equipment, facilities and materials used in the area of responsibility comply with defined standards
  • Support change controls, investigations and CAPAs in the most diligent manner
  • Identify areas for continuous improvement and escalate those to the respective manufacturing supervisor or appropriate person
  • Actively contribute to the development and maintenance of an enthusiastic, supportive and collaborative environment within the team setting
  • Shift work and out of hours work as may be required
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements
  • Be accountable that the individual workspace is clean, tidy and well organised

Expérience

  • Relevant degree or HNC/HND or equivalent experience
  • Experience of cell culture and aseptic technique is essential
  • Cleanroom experience
  • Experience of working within a cGMP environment
  • Experience of following SOPs within defined cGMP work practices

Competencies

  • Self-motivated individual
  • Excellent comportment in cleanroom environment
  • Good attention to detail and adherence to procedures
  • Ability to execute activities following direction
  • Experience of working in a busy team and at times, demanding environment

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Manufacturing Assistant – Cleanroom (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

Valneva have a number of opportunities for Individuals with previous clean-room cleaning experience for our newly built manufacturing premises in Livingston, Scotland.

Job Summary Manufacturing Assistant – Cleanroom

We are looking for people to appropriately carry out all cleaning activities related to production support for ourCOVID-19 Vaccine Manufacturing Programme, according to set procedures and protocols and to best cGMP work practices and quality standards.

You will be responsible for:

  • Carrying out routine cleaning of the commercial manufacturing facility (and CTM facility as required) to a defined schedule of activities
  • Ensuring housekeeping within the cleanroom suites and common areas is maintained to a high standard at all times
  • Ensuring that response cleans are completed in a timely manner and to appropriate standards
  • Processing of orders picked from stores into the cleanroom to ensure manufacturing schedule adherence and contamination control
  • Supporting our Manufacturing activities by processing return of cleanroom garments, mops and other items as required
  • Applying best cGMP work practices and techniques
  • Immediately escalating and reporting any deviations involving materials, facilities, processes or procedures to line management
  • Conducting all activities in a careful and safe manner and in full compliance with HSE requirements
  • Supporting QMS investigations and any corrective actions and improvement opportunities
  • Identifying areas for continuous improvement and escalating those to the line manager
  • Actively contributing to the development and maintenance of an enthusiastic, supportive and collaborative environment within the team-setting
  • Participating in training of staff in areas of expertise
  • Be flexible to work shifts and out of hours work as required
  • Undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements

You will have:

  • A meticulous approach to all cleaning and production support activities
  • Flexibility, as there may be a variance in daily schedules from time to time
  • Previous experience of cleaning in a clean room environment (although on-going training will be provided)

Additional Required Skills

  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Ability to follow SOPs

Please Note

As this role involves working in our cleanroom environment, you will be required to undergo a Health Screening procedure with a suitably qualified Doctor as part of our recruitment process. We also conduct a Disclosure Scotland Check on all prospective new hires.

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Buyer (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

An opportunity has arisen at Valneva Scotland for Buyer to join our SCM Procurement Department.

Job Summary

The Buyer will work in association with their team in ensuring that all materials, equipment and services is procured in line with quality and regulatory expectations, with the most favourable commercial terms and in line with the Company procedures.

Responsibilities

  • End to end procurement, including contract & supplier management
  • Purchase goods, materials and services from approved suppliers and in line with defined Company SOPs and protocols
  • Secure the most favourable terms in regards to cost, quality, guarantee of delivery and continuity of supply
  • Negotiate and improve prices and terms of business with suppliers continuously reviewing opportunities to make tangible savings and improve on commercial terms
  • Manage purchase orders on the company ERP system
  • Contact suppliers to resolve price, delivery timelines, quality or invoice issues
  • Communicate and monitor any supply and/or service issues which may impact the business operations in a timely manner
  • Work cross-functionally and collaboratively to improve the performance of existing suppliers and escalate as appropriate poor performance and alternative routes of supply
  • Ensure that a professional and consistent approach is taken with all internal and external relationships
  • Communicate in a consistent and professional manner
  • Compile data and reports relating to supplier performance and to enable evaluation
  • Ensure training and QMS are up to date in a timely manner
  • Actively contribute to the development and maintenance of an enthusiastic, supportive and collaborative environment within the team setting
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements

Expérience

  • Relevant work experience in a procurement role within a manufacturing environment; experience of working in a GMP environment would be advantageous but not essential
  • Knowledge and experience of working with a quality management system
  • Experience working within a procurement team managing a supply chain with a portfolio of complex products identifying and mitigating areas of risk
  • CIPS knowledge and understanding would be beneficial but not essential
  • Experience of working closely and collaboratively with suppliers
  • Computer literate (Microsoft Office)

Formation et Compétences

  • Team player
  • Able to build and maintain effective a collaborative relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • Good communication and written skills
  • Commercial awareness with an understanding of how failure impacts the business operation
  • Able to manage time effectively, focus and prioritise critical tasks and to achieve set targets
  • Able to work well under pressure
  • Familiarity with an integrated Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system would be beneficial
  • Self-motivated, energetic and value driven
  • Desire to develop and grow as the company expands

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HR Coordinator (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

An opportunity has arisen for an HR Coordinator to join our team in Livingston.

Job Summary

The HR Coordinator role covers a wide remit of responsibilities supporting the HR Manager and wider HR team with day to day HR administration activities relating to the entire HR lifecycle, including but not limited to employee relations, remuneration and benefits, performance management, employee engagement, systems management, and ad-hoc HR initiatives/projects.

The HR Coordinator must have excellent communication skills, along with a proactive approach, high attention to detail, and have the ability to exercise integrity and discretion at all times. This position will support across a busy HR team and therefore the individual needs to be able to manage their time effectively in order to deal with a diverse workload and conflicting deadlines. The individual will possess the interpersonal skills necessary to build positive and constructive relationships, along with the ability to work independently in a changing environment.

Main responsibilities of this role

  • Act as the first point of call for all general HR administration queries, including the day-to-day management of the HR Inbox
  • Provide both transactional and advisory support in relation to all new starter paperwork, including letters of offer, contracts of employment, overseeing all pre-employment required documentation and checks.
  • Coordinate and track the efficient return of pre-employment documentation noted above, with the addition of right to work checks, disclosure certification and health surveillance screening.
  • Ensure the timely provision, return, monitoring, and recording of documentation in relation to general HR lifecycle activities such as probation reviews, annual performance development reviews, changes forms, maternity forms, exit interview forms etc.
  • Be responsible for the delivery of a smooth induction of new employees ensuring the necessary arrangements have been made
  • Manage and maintain the Time & Attendance system (Capita)
  • Assist with absence management ensuring absence levels are recorded and monitored in line with company policy
  • Assist with HRIS database maintenance (Bamboo) and regularly audit to ensure compliance is met
  • Assist with HR reporting when required
  • Assist with tasks relating to annual salary and bonus review, consultations, employee change letters etc.
  • When required, act as a junior business partner to smaller designated business units, supporting the execution of day-to-day HR operations, including but not limited to absence management, ER casework, disciplinary and grievances, and providing coaching and guidance to line managers on policy and Company procedure.
  • Minute taking for HR and disciplinary meetings when required
  • Assist with payroll data entry and checking when required
  • Assist with the implementation of new HR initiatives and ad-hoc projects
  • Maintain knowledge in relation to employment law and assist with policy updates when required

Expérience

  • Proven HR administration experience with the ability to support in a very busy, fast-paced environment
  • Working understanding of human resource principles, practices, procedures, legislation and best practice.
  • HR related qualification, or working towards
  • HRIS and systems experience
  • Basic understanding of payroll principal and legislation
  • Advanced capability in Microsoft Office; in particular Excel and Word

Formation et Compétences

  • Excellent communication skills, with ability to communicate at all levels, thereby establishing strong and long-lasting customer service relationships
  • Impeccable attention to detail
  • Professional attitude with ability to process / handle confidential and sensitive information in line with data protection legislation
  • Ability to manage own workload, using initiative
  • Ability to work under pressure and within tight deadlines
  • Keen self-starter with open attitude to new tasks / challenges
  • Proactive approach
  • Team player attitude
  • High level of resilience

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Expert(e) Qualité (Nantes, France)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Nantes, France

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Valneva est une société spécialisée dans le développement et la commercialisation de vaccins prophylactiques contre des maladies infectieuses générant d’importants besoins médicaux. Le Groupe a mis à profit son expertise et ses infrastructures pour commercialiser avec succès deux vaccins et pour faire rapidement progresser un large éventail de candidats vaccins en développement clinique, et notamment ses candidats vaccins contre la maladie de Lyme, le virus du chikungunya et la COVID-19.

Valneva compte plus de 650 employés et exerce ses activités depuis l’Autriche, la Suède, la Grande-Bretagne, la France, le Canada et les États-Unis.

Nous recherchons un(e) Expert(e) Qualité en CDI pour renforcer notre équipe basée à Saint-Herblain (Nantes).

Sous la direction de la Directrice Qualité France, vous assurerez les missions principales suivantes :

  • Coordonner le cycle de vie de la documentation incluant :
    • Le maintien du système de management de la qualité (SMQ) de VALNEVA France SE (site de Nantes) en accord avec les politiques qualité du groupe et le code de la santé publique.
    • L’amélioration du Système de Management de la Qualité (SMQ) : Passer en revue les politiques existantes et faire des suggestions de changements et d’améliorations et la façon de les mettre en œuvre/ mesurer la performance et identifier toute zone de faiblesse, recommander et mettre en œuvre des améliorations.
    • Gestion des archives
  • Organiser et suivre la formation et les habilitations des collaborateurs selon leurs missions et fournir aux équipes des outils et techniques permettant l’atteinte des normes de qualité.
  • Participer à la mise en place et aux mises à jour de l’analyse des risques en étroite collaboration avec l’expert HSE.
  • Piloter la gestion des déviations, des incidents et des Plan d’Actions Correctives et Préventives (CAPA).
  • Gérer les audits internes en collaboration avec le Département Qualité Groupe Valneva.
  • Gérer et suivre la qualification des fournisseurs.
  • Créer et suivre les Indicateurs Clés de Performance (ICP) qualité.
  • Promouvoir une démarche qualité auprès des acteurs internes et externes et contrôler sa mise en œuvre.
  • Alerter la hiérarchie en cas d’événement critique.
  • Gérer la signature et l’archivage des cahiers de laboratoire.
  • Fournir un support qualité à Valneva France SAS (filiale commerciale) :
    • sur la révision de documents qualité
    • la gestion des déviations, CAPAs
    • la réalisation d’analyses de risques

profil

  • Master en Assurance Qualité
  • Trois années minimum d’expérience en assurance qualité ou au sein d’un département lié à la qualité d’une entreprise de biotechnologie ou pharmaceutique
  • Connaissance des normes GxP et des réglementations et directives en matière de pharmacovigilance
  • Excellent sens de l’organisation et des responsabilités (gestion des priorités et des délais)
  • Parfaite compréhension des sujets de santé publique ou d’environnement liés à notre activité
  • Maîtrise de l’anglais indispensable : compréhension et expression écrite et orale
  • Capacité à faire preuve d’indépendance, d’objectivité, d’éthique et de confidentialité

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Technicien(ne) Recherche et développement (Nantes, France)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Nantes, France

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Valneva est une société spécialisée dans le développement et la commercialisation de vaccins prophylactiques contre des maladies infectieuses générant d’importants besoins médicaux. Le Groupe a mis à profit son expertise et ses infrastructures pour commercialiser avec succès deux vaccins et pour faire rapidement progresser un large éventail de candidats vaccins en développement clinique, et notamment ses candidats vaccins contre la maladie de Lyme, le virus du chikungunya et la COVID-19.

Valneva compte plus de 650 employés et exerce ses activités depuis l’Autriche, la Suède, la Grande-Bretagne, la France, le Canada et les États-Unis.

Nous recherchons deux Techniciens(nes) R&D Recherche Préclinique en CDD de 12 mois pour renforcer notre équipe basée à Saint-Herblain (Nantes).

Au sein de l’équipe Développement de procédés, vous assurerez les missions principales suivantes :

  • Mise en place et application de procédés de production des candidats vaccinaux en cours de développement en bioréacteur.
  • Mise en pratique des techniques telles que la culture cellulaire de mammifères, la transfection/l’infection de cellules eucaryotes et des méthodes analytiques couramment utilisés en virologie (SDS-PAGE, quantification par méthode biochimique, ELISA, test pour déterminer le titre viral).
  • Organisation et réalisation des expériences définies par le manager et les ingénieurs de l’équipe.
  • Proposition et réalisation de protocoles lors de la mise en place de nouvelles techniques ou en vue d’optimiser les techniques de routine.
  • Rédaction du cahier de laboratoire suivant les procédures appropriées : renseigner les séquences des expériences, les analyses des résultats et les observations scientifiques.
  • Rédaction des instructions, de protocoles et de rapports techniques pour assurer la transmission du savoir-faire.
  • Respect des normes d’assurance qualité et des règles d’hygiène, de sécurité, de confinement biologique et la confidentialité applicable à Valneva.
  • Contribution à l’entretien et au bon fonctionnement de l’équipement et du matériel de laboratoire.
  • Assurer la gestion des stocks de matériels et réactifs propres aux expériences en collaboration avec l’équipe Logistique.
  • Participation active à la vie de l’équipe.

profil

  • Licence bio-industries, biotechnologies, ESTBA, ou autre formation avec dominante de culture cellulaire et développement de procédés de production en bioréacteur.
  • Trois années minimum d’expérience dans une entreprise de biotechnologie ou pharmaceutique.
  • Qualifié(e) dans le domaine de la biologie cellulaire et techniques biochimiques (compétences en virologie et biologie moléculaire sont un plus).
  • Autonomie dans l’organisation, la réalisation des expériences et l’analyse des résultats.
  • Maîtrise des logiciels (Word, Excel, Power Point).
  • Maîtrise de l’anglais indispensable : compréhension et expression écrite et orale.
  • Esprit d’équipe, flexible, curieux(se), attiré(e) par la découverte et les nouveaux défis.

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Medical Science Liaison UK (Livingston, Scotland; Fleet, England)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

An opportunity has arisen for a Medical Science Liaison UK profesional to join our Corporate Medical Affairs team.

Job Summary

Medical Science Liaison (MSL) directly reports into the Head of Medical Affairs UK. The MSL represents Valneva UK for Valneva’s own as well as third-party distribution products. The function shall establish Valneva as a vaccine and travel disease partner across all relevant stakeholders with the mission to improve practice of Travel Medicine in UK. Further, the MSL will serve as partner for Valneva UK’s internal functions and will participate in local brand team meetings. A key focus of this position will be the identification and relationship building with new KOLs in the areas of travel medicine and COVID-19.

Purpose of the Role

  • To provide medical, scientific and public health expertise related to vaccinology, vaccines and immunization programs to the Valneva country team to support vaccines-related Valneva activities and the achievement of objectives in the areas of registration and reimbursement, marketing, market access, supply, communications and others.
  • To provide expert input into the development of the scientific content of all events and communication targeting the audience of healthcare professionals, public health authorities, to ensure scientific quality as well as compliance to the MA code and the highest standards of medical ethics.
  • To serve as liaison to global Valneva Development and Medical Affairs colleagues to obtain required scientific and medical affairs support.
  • To serve as the internal and external expert on Valneva investigational and marketed vaccines within the UK.
  • To represent Valneva within the scientific communities of the UK.

Main Responsibilities of this Role

  • To support the organization and conduct of vaccine educational events, advisory board meetings, closed research updates and other events, communication with governments, healthcare professionals, media and consumers, preparation and dissemination of promotional messages in any medium (printed, audiovisual, etc.) by ensuring that all scientific data is accurate, complete, balanced and adequately referenced, that material is of high quality, and that all requirements of the respective industry association codes are observed (i.e., ABPI code of conduct).
  • Ensure timely responses to medical and consumer queries in close interaction with the global MA functions with consistent medical information.
  • To serve as the internal and external expert on Valneva investigational and marketed vaccines within the UK as participant in discussions with authorities and health professionals, public health, presenter of Valneva scientific data at scientific meetings, Trainer of Valneva colleagues.
  • To actively engage the UK medical/scientific/public health community who are stakeholders, or involved or interested in vaccines and immunization, and to represent the views of Valneva to them as a colleague and peer, including advocacy for immunization in general, expert communication of data relating to Valneva vaccines in particular.
  • To collaborate with global and local colleagues and to provide any necessary medical input to support the preparation and submission to the authorities of applications for vaccine registration, and the submission of applications for vaccine funding.
  • To evaluate opportunities for participation of UK researchers in global vaccine clinical trials and epidemiology studies conducted by Valneva Development, to assist in selection of researchers and research sites for studies allocated to the UK.
  • To provide input on local epidemiology, local immunization schedules and recommendations, medical and market access needs in order to ensure UK perspectives are considered in global clinical development plans, as well as plans for regulatory & health outcome dossier preparation and submission.
  • To be responsible and accountable for the execution of the UK Medical Affairs plan and achievement of objectives.

Expérience

  • Medical (MD), Pharmacy or other Life Sciences degree (PhD) with background in immunology or infectious diseases (virology, microbiology)
  • Minimum of 1 year relevant professional experience in the pharmaceutical industry, public health or infectious diseases area (no experience for junior position required)
  • Vaccines related training or experience is an advantage
  • Knowledge of ABPI code of conduct
  • Willingness to travel within the UK or internationally, approx. 50% of the time
  • Proven ability to create and sustain peer-to-peer relationships with key opinion leaders

Formation et Compétences

  • Ability to comprehend and interpret clinical and pre-clinical data, understand the process of that research and of pharmaceutical product development and approval
  • Excellent project management skills, with the ability to handle multiple simultaneous tasks
  • Excellent English communication and presentation skills
  • Dynamic team worker with excellent interpersonal skills to build up a network of internal and external stakeholders
  • Decision-making, proactive problem-solving and accountability
  • Understanding of academic and private company culture

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AX Manager (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

An opportunity has arisen within Valneva Scotland for an AX Manager to work within our site in Livingston.

Job Summary

The role will interface between Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Finance ensuring the AX Dynamics system is live with full responsibility for ensuring the system is up to date at all times and accurately reflects current process / stages of manufacture.

The Team manager AX oversees a team of highly skilled experts that operate Valneva’s global ERP system MS Dynamics AX.

The candidate holds a pivotal role and aligns with local (IT, finance, manufacturing, supply chain, quality) as well as global stakeholders to ensure proper set-up, operation and availability of the ERP system.

The candidate is a skilled project manager and contributor and leader to ensure high-quality and compliant operations, while being flexible enough to respond to business opportunities and challenges

Responsibilities

  • Is responsible for the support and operation of the AX2012 environment, liaises with local stakeholders (Finance, Manufacturing, Supply Chain) and the central AX team, ensures the proper set up and availability of the local AX system
  • Takes care of / supports changes to the system, definition (user requirements), implementation (with external partners), testing and go-live
  • takes care about the user support (1st and 2nd level) of the AX system, liaises with external vendors to resolve any issues and document the issue resolution
  • Supports users with training, process related questions and possibilities to further improve the usage of the system (within area of expertise)
  • Creates, reviews and executes validation relevant documents according to GAMP5 (e.g. user requirements, design specifications, verification documents)
  • Liaises with and support the local and corporate IT team for and within ERP relevant topics and projects
  • Liaises with and supports the Quality Assurance (QA) for and within ERP relevant topics and projects
  • Leads the local AX support team
  • Sets up and chairs the local AX steering group, is a member of the global AX steering group
  • Ensures that all AX relevant questions are aligned with local and global stakeholders, AX relevant decisions are prepared and presented to the appropriate groups (local site exec, global committees)
  • Supports local and global stakeholders in the definition, setup and operation of computerized systems related or connected to AX and lead or support implementations within area of expertise

Job Requirements

  • Experience of using an ERP system (preferably Microsoft AX)
  • Experience working in a GMP/GXP environment
  • Experience of Quality Management Systems
  • Experience working to deadlines and managing conflicting priorities
  • Experience developing, maintaining and implementing SOPs and other quality related documents

Formation et Compétences

  • Analytical and problem solving skills
  • Proactive individual
  • Can plan and prioritise well
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good communication skills

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AX Specialist (Livingston Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

An opportunity has arisen within Valneva Scotland for an AX Specialist to work within our site in Livingston.

Job Summary

The role will interface between Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Finance ensuring the AX Dynamics system is live with full responsibility for ensuring the system is up to date at all times and accurately reflects current process / stages of manufacture.

This position will be accountable for detecting and fixing issues within the AX system and support improvement/projects and or upgrades.

Responsibilities

  • Responsibility for managing corporate driven ERP upgrades/systems within a GMP facility whilst complying with change control procedures
  • Maintain AX documentation / procedures and perform site wide training
  • Responsibility for fault finding and resolving ‘minor’ issues internally or escalating to corporate for resolution on more complex system issues
  • Drive AX system improvements
  • Act as interface between manufacturing, SCM, Finance and other key stakeholders.
  • Aiding with the integration of supporting planning systems linking to AX
  • Creation and maintenance of BOM’s (Bills of materials) for all products manufactured on site
  • Creation and progression of Batch Orders for all products manufactured on site
  • Enter internal and external manufacturing material movement transactions in ERP system
  • Progression of SFP and FP orders (Semi finished and finished product reconciliation)
  • Close out of Batch Orders within AX system
  • Work with manufacturing, SCM and Finance to close out month end transactions
  • Creation and maintenance of new item setups on AX system

Job Requirements

  • Experience of using an ERP system (preferably Microsoft AX)
  • Experience working in a GMP/GXP environment
  • Experience of Quality Management Systems
  • Experience working to deadlines and managing conflicting priorities
  • Experience developing, maintaining and implementing SOPs and other quality related documents

Formation et Compétences

  • Analytical and problem solving skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good communication skills
  • Excellent organisational skills

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Senior Scientist Pre-clinical R&D (f/m/d) (Vienna, Austria)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Vienna, Austria

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19. Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

Your responsibilities as Senior Scientist

  • Planning, analysis, review and troubleshooting of external pre-clinical animal models
  • Writing and reviewing of technical protocols / reports for external studies
  • Co-ordinate and liaise with external parties regarding pre-clinical animal models and other studies
  • Verification and review of set-up for immunological assays used for assessing pre-clinical vaccine candidates
  • Active participation at various vaccine programs or projects focusing on pre-clinical activities
  • Contribution to selection of new vaccine candidates for pre-clinical and clinical development
  • Build and maintain scientific expertise for dedicated vaccine indication
  • Become an integral part of highly interactive team working on multiple projects
  • Preparation and review of scientific manuscripts for publication

Your qualifications

  • PhD in relevant scientific field (preferred: immunology)
  • Several years of work experience in the life science environment
  • Background in vaccinology and animal models
  • Willingness to work in a research as well as GxP-regulated environment
  • Ability to work according to challenging timelines
  • Team work, excellent organizational skills
  • Excellent analytical/problem solving skills
  • Computer software (MS Office,…) and knowledge in statistical analyses
  • Fluent in English (oral and written), fluent in German

Our offer

  • Une culture d’entreprise ouverte et bienveillante avec un esprit d’innovation et des postes attractifs.
  • Environnement international avec des lignes hiérarchiques courtes
  • Bon esprit d’équipe dans une équipe très motivée.
  • Package de rémuneration compétitif.

Due to legal reasons we are obliged to disclose the minimum salary for this position, which is € 48.000,- gross per year based on full-time employment. However our salaries are market oriented and in line with your qualifications and experience.

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Responsable Médical / Medical Advisor (Lyon, France)

  • Référence FR-MAFFAD
  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Lyon, France

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Valneva est une société spécialisée dans les vaccins contre les maladies générant d’importants besoins médicaux. Le Groupe possède un solide portefeuille de vaccins en développement dont des candidats vaccins uniques contre la maladie de Lyme, la COVID-19 et le chikungunya. Le Groupe commercialise par ailleurs deux vaccins de voyageur. Valneva compte environ 600 employés et exerce ses activités depuis l’Autriche, la Suède, la Grande-Bretagne, la France, le Canada et les Etats-Unis.

Job Description

Le portefeuille de Valneva est constitué de vaccins du voyageur. Parmi les produits en développement avancé, le vaccin contre le Chikunguya, attendu pour une mise sur le marché en 2023, est actuellement le seul produit en phase III contre cette maladie. Il a reçu la désignation Fast Track de la FDA et la désignation PRIME de l’Agence européenne des médicaments.

Afin d’assurer le lancement de nos produits , Valneva SE crée le poste de Responsable Médical Europe. Rattaché au VP global Medical Affairs, en collaboration avec l’équipe globale marketing basée à Lyon et avec l’équipe Affaires Médicales répartie en Europe et Amérique du Nord.

Key Responsibilities

Vous aurez pour principales missions de :

  • Développer et exécuter les stratégies médicales de lancement
  • Animer les interactions avec les experts scientifiques en Europe afin de les associer au développement des produits
  • Diffuser un contenu scientifique à forte valeur ajoutée pour les activités d’éducation médicale, assurant ainsi une amélioration de la connaissance, de la pratique médicale et un accès équitable à la vaccination contre ces maladies
  • Assurer la formation médicale des membres de l’équipe.

Profile

De formation scientifique, (MD, Pharm D, formation supérieures Sciences de la Vie ), vous bénéficiez d’au moins 5 ans d’expérience en affaires médicales pharma ou biotech incluant un lancement de produit dans le domaine du vaccin ou des maladies infectieuses. Vos qualités de présentation et de communication scientifiques sont reconnues. Une expérience de recherche clinique et de gestion d’essais sera une réelle valeur ajoutée.

Vous souhaitez mettre votre expertise scientifique et votre capacité d’innovation au profit du développement d’un nouvel acteur du monde du vaccin et contribuer ainsi à une aventure à taille humaine où votre impact sera tangible. Vous aimez avoir l’espace permettant de faire preuve d’autonomie, d’agilité et de pragmatisme et êtes orienté sur le résultat , tout en étant familier de l’environnement matriciel.

Votre excellent relationnel et capacité à convaincre vous permettent non seulement d’être reconnu comme joueur d’équipe mais aussi de contribuer activement au positionnement et au rayonnement de votre entreprise auprès des acteurs scientifiques du vaccin en Europe.

La pratique d’un anglais courant est indispensable. Poste basé à Lyon.

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Permanent contract, full-time position based in Lyon, France.

Travel is national and International.

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Head of Commercial Operations, France & Benelux (Lyon, France)

  • Référence FR-HCOMOP
  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Lyon, France
  • Diplôme(s): Degree in Business or Life Sciences. MBA preferred.

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 600 employees.

Job Description

Valneva’s French subsidiary was created in 2019 and extended to Benelux in 2020. The Head of Commercial Operations manages Valneva’s commercial sales in France and Benelux, including executing defined commercial strategies, managing local team and delivering on sales and profitability objectives. The incumbent will ensure operational and compliance performance according to Corporate objectives as well as applicable internal and external regulations.

Key Responsibilities

  • Deliver on financials: P&L responsibility in the territory in-line with approved budget (sales, OPEX)
  • Develop and oversee execution of country (or regional) product commercialization strategies and plans
  • Develop and execute local Business and Marketing Plans – clearly define strategic and tactical plans corresponding to achievement of sales budget and in alignment with Global Brand Plans and campaigns
  • Manage the local commercial operating business including day-to-day leadership of local teams functionally reporting to global functions (e.g. S&Ops planning, distribution logistics, Quality & Regulation Compliance, Finance)
  • Represent the Company and establish strong relationships with KOLs, customers and other key stakeholders according to Company policies and procedures, as well as local regulations
  • Manage commercial agreements with distribution and logistics partners, ensuring business performance based on agreed contractual terms, business continuity and sustainability
  • Ensure effective quality oversight of internal and external sales, marketing, distribution and logistics activities verifying that systems, procedures and standards are defined, being adhered to, are operating effectively and comply with local regulatory requirements
  • Take part in scientific integrity and compliance of promotional materials and specifically clinical data used in collaboration with the Pharmacien Responsable.
  • Recruit, manage and develop employees, including marketing and sales force, such that the entity is adequately provided with trained, motivated staff who are able to meet requirements
  • Provide input and guidance to Global Marketing & Medical functions to support constructive collaboration and development of global campaigns
  • Scan for and identify product in-licensing opportunities to enhance the local product offering

Profile

  • A minimum of ten years’ experience in general business management and/or sales & marketing and financial oversight in the pharmaceutical industry/life science sector
  • Knowledge of the vaccine market structure and stakeholders (i.e., customers, KOLs, agencies, etc.) in France; such knowledge related to Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg is strongly preferred
  • Proven experience in networking and negotiating at the executive level in the vaccine field
  • Experience and knowledge in the vaccine sector preferred
  • Degree in Business or Life Sciences, MBA preferred
  • Proven experience in people management

Contract

  • Permanent, full-time position based in Lyon, France.
  • Travel is national and International

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Associate Clinical Strategy Manager (f/m/d) (Vienna, Austria)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Vienna, Austria
  • Diplôme(s): PhD in Life Sciences, preferably in Pharmacy or Biology/Molecular Biology; applicants with a Master’s degree and relevant professional experience are also invited to apply

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19. Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

Your responsibilities as Associate Clinical Strategy Manager

  • Provide medical writing for clinical and regulatory documents
  • Participate in development of clinical study documents and take over individual clinical study tasks after respective training
  • Support clinical study data analysis and interpretation of clinical trials
  • Organize advisory boards and study committees (Scientific Advisory Boards, DSMBs, Endpoint Adjudication Committees, etc.)
  • Conduct and summarize literature searches and competitive landscape reviews to support decisions on study designs, endpoints, assays, etc.

Your qualifications

  • PhD in Life Sciences, preferably in Pharmacy or Biology/Molecular Biology; applicants with a Master’s degree and relevant professional experience are also invited to apply
  • Ideally either thesis in an area related to clinical development, vaccines, infectious diseases or immunology, or initial professional experience with clinical development at a CRO or sponsor
  • Strong writing skills
  • Analytical and detail-oriented mind-set
  • Excellent command of English as the main working language
  • Self-organized work style
  • Scientific interest in clinical development of vaccines

Our offer

  • Une culture d’entreprise ouverte et bienveillante avec un esprit d’innovation et des postes attractifs.
  • Environnement international avec des lignes hiérarchiques courtes
  • Bon esprit d’équipe dans une équipe très motivée.
  • Wide range of benefits like flexitime, performance-related bonus, lunch vouchers, child care center (“Kindergarten”), company events

Due to legal reasons we are obliged to disclose the minimum salary for this position, which is € 45.000 gross per year based on full-time employment. However our salaries are market oriented and in line with your qualifications and experience.

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Senior Clinical Strategy Manager (f/m/d) (Vienna, Austria)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Vienna, Austria
  • Diplôme(s): PhD in Life Sciences, preferably in Pharmacy or Biology/Molecular Biology; applicants with a Master’s degree and relevant professional experience are also invited to apply

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19. Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

Your responsibilities as Senior Clinical Strategy Manager

  • Execution of clinical development programs (currently especially Covid-19)
  • Provision of strategic development input and input to clinical development plans
  • Writing of individual study protocols
  • Drive data analysis and interpretation of clinical trials
  • Participation in the development of clinical study documents
  • Support of interactions with regulatory agencies and KOLs in therapeutic area of expertise

Your qualifications

  • PhD in Life Sciences, preferably in Pharmacy or Biology/Molecular Biology; applicants with a Master’s degree and relevant professional experience are also invited to apply
  • Minimum of 5 years of professional work experience within clinical development (preferably in the Pharmaceutical/Biotech Industry)
  • Knowledge of GCP an relevant regulations
  • In-depth understanding of the drug development process
  • Strong writing skills
  • Strong presentation and communication kills
  • Ability to work in interdisciplinary teams
  • Project management skills
  • Analytical and detail-oriented mind-set
  • Excellent command of English as the main working language
  • Self-organized work style
  • Scientific interest in clinical development of vaccines

Our offer

  • Une culture d’entreprise ouverte et bienveillante avec un esprit d’innovation et des postes attractifs.
  • Environnement international avec des lignes hiérarchiques courtes
  • Bon esprit d’équipe dans une équipe très motivée.
  • Wide range of benefits like flexitime, performance-related bonus, lunch vouchers, child care center (“Kindergarten”), company events

Due to legal reasons we are obliged to disclose the minimum salary for this position, which is € 60.000 gross per year based on full-time employment. However our salaries are market oriented and in line with your qualifications and experience.

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(Associate) Clinical Strategy Manager (f/m/d) – Project: uA Lyme disease (Vienna, Austria)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Vienna, Austria

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Valneva est une société spécialisée dans le développement et la commercialisation de vaccins prophylactiques contre des maladies infectieuses générant d’importants besoins médicaux. Le Groupe a mis à profit son expertise et ses infrastructures pour commercialiser avec succès deux vaccins et pour faire rapidement progresser un large éventail de candidats vaccins en développement clinique, et notamment ses candidats vaccins contre la maladie de Lyme, le virus du chikungunya et la COVID-19.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

Pro-active support of clinical development activities:

  • Support the development of clinical strategies, conduct and summarize literature searches and competitive landscape reviews to support decisions on study designs, endpoints, assays, etc.;
  • Provide medical writing/ review of clinical study documents (e.g., Study Protocol, Investigator’s Brochure, Clinical Study Report);
  • Take over responsibility for individual clinical study tasks
  • Prepare and conduct Scientific Expert Meetings, Safety Committee meetings etc.;
  • Support/ drive clinical study data analysis, present data internally and externally;
  • Act as clinical scientific expert in cross-functional project teams;
  • Support the director clinical strategy in assessment of possible future clinical programs;

YOUR QUALIFICATIONS

  • PhD in Life Sciences, MD, applicants with a Master’s degree in Life Sciences and relevant professional experience are also invited to apply
  • Ideally either thesis in an area related to clinical development, vaccines, infectious diseases or immunology, or initial professional experience with clinical development at a CRO or sponsor
  • Scientific interest in clinical development of vaccines
  • Strong writing skills
  • Analytical and detail-oriented mind-set
  • Team-player with a talent to prioritize/ organize tasks
  • Excellent command of English as the main working language

OUR OFFER

  • Une culture d’entreprise ouverte et bienveillante avec un esprit d’innovation et des postes attractifs.
  • Environnement international avec des lignes hiérarchiques courtes
  • Bon esprit d’équipe dans une équipe très motivée.
  • Wide range of benefits like flexitime, performance-related bonus, lunch vouchers, child care center (“Kindergarten”), company events

Due to legal reasons we are obliged to disclose the minimum salary for this position, which is € 45.000 gross per year based on full-time employment. However our salaries are market oriented and in line with your qualifications and experience.

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QA Specialist (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. We have leveraged our expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 600 employees.

As we continue to expand our business in Livingston, Scotland, we are looking for a number of experienced QA Specialists.

Your responsibilities as a Quality Assurance Specialist

  • Developing, monitoring, improving and maintaining procedures to ensure compliance with EU/FDA Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) for the manufacture and testing of pharmaceuticals.
  • Performing activities and reviews in accordance with relevant Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), including but not limited to:
    • Risk assessments
    • COUVERTURE
    • Change requests
    • Les écarts
    • Complaints (customer / supplier)
    • Development Studies / Reports
    • Batch record review
    • Product defect reporting and Quality Investigations
    • Technical and Quality Agreements
    • Validation
  • Participating in cross-functional projects
  • Developing, implementing and monitoring Continuous Improvement activities
  • Providing QA coaching / guidance for cross-functional groups to ensure compliance with KPI targets including functional QA if required
  • Co-ordinating and providing training across functional groups in Quality Procedures, GMP requirements and QA concepts
  • Providing support to management during third-party audits
  • Performing internal housekeeping, in-process visits and quality audits
  • Performing external quality audits, supporting Livingston and other Valneva sites
  • Implementing and maintaining Quality Standard Operating Procedures, as required
  • Training staff in QA related procedures and concepts as directed by line manager
  • Undertaking any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements

What experience will you need?

  • Educated to degree level in relevant qualification or relevant experience
  • Proven and logical approach to problem solving
  • Experience of working effectively in a team, influencing as appropriate
  • Experience of working within a GMP manufacturing environment
  • Knowledge / experience of the requirements for distribution of pharmaceutical products

Your key skills

  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Effective communication skills
  • Flexible and adaptable team player

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QC Scientist (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 600 employees.

Due to the increase in business, we are now looking to recruit QC Scientists to join our team in Livingston, Scotland.

Expérience

  • Educated to degree level
  • Experience working within a QC laboratory to cGMP
  • Aseptic technique
  • Writing and working to SOP documentation
  • Analytical methods experience in a production-focused environment including Haemagglutination assay, ELISA, dye binding colorimetric assays (Bradford Method, Coomassie Plus), Electrophoresis, Cell Culture, Plaque assay, Western Blot.
  • Assay development, validation and transfer experience
  • Experience of working within Quality Management Systems which include deviations, change controls and CAPA’s

Responsibilities as a Quality Control Scientist

  • Execute analytical procedures, for testing of raw materials, intermediate products and final products, according to defined SOPs and protocols
  • Ensure that all necessary training is complete in the procedures conducted, and operate in compliance with cGMP working practices at all times
  • Conduct on-time reporting according to the defined and trained document management standards including review and verification of analytical data
  • Ensure the laboratories are in a constant state of inspection readiness
  • Ensure that at any time equipment, facilities and materials used in the QC laboratories comply with defined standards
  • Support change controls, investigations and CAPA’s
  • Identify areas for continuous improvement and escalate those to Line Manager
  • Actively contribute to the development and maintenance of an enthusiastic, supportive and collaborative environment within the team setting
  • Storage of in process, and final products samples including, for stability and retention purposes
  • Preparation of SOPs (where applicable) in accordance with Valneva Quality systems
  • Perform filing duties and other QC administrative duties as required by the line manager
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements
  • Shift work and out of hours work as required

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Stores Person (12 month FTC) (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 600 employees.

Due to the increase in business we are currently recruiting for a Stores Person to work on a 12 month fixed term contract to work at our Livingston site.

Job Summary

To support all Supply Chain activities including receipt of all raw materials and consumables, stock control and transferring materials between Valneva sites. Adhering to Valneva policies, ensure raw material stocks are available in the right locations at all times.

Responsibilities

  • Receipt and quarantine of supplies
  • Identify and take responsibility for achieving personal training standards required
  • Take personal responsibility for the safe operation within the Warehousing
  • Awareness of the relevant modules of Valneva’s electronic supply management system
  • Support in the implementing of systems, policies and procedures for effective running of the stores, taking into account any relevant regulatory requirements.
  • Receiving deliveries and ensuring that the material conforms to that specified on the purchase order and internal specifications
  • Inform QC of materials that require release approval and move all deliveries to the appropriate areas
  • Operate first in first out (FIFO) policy and first expired (FEFO) for raw materials and consumables
  • Replenish the stock via the inventory management process, ensuring stock is available on time
  • Clear stores of any un-used and expired material as per standard operating procedures
  • Maintain high standards of housekeeping in the warehousing areas
  • You will be required to travel between Valneva Scotland sites
  • You will be required to drive company vehicles including transferring materials between sites
  • You will be required to work different shift patterns between Day shift/Back shift and continental shifts as determined by the business needs.
  • Removal of the waste generated by Goods In
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements
  • You will also be responsible for your own QMS

Job Requirements

  • Stores experience preferably within a structured (GMP/GLP) environment
  • Current driving licence pre January 1997 to allow driving of company vehicle
  • Forklift, Counter Balance and Reach Truck Experienced preferred

Formation et Compétences

  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good communication skills

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Stores Person (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 600 employees.

Due to the increase in business we are currently recruiting for a Stores Person to work at our Livingston site.

Job Summary

To support all Supply Chain activities including receipt of all raw materials and consumables, stock control and transferring materials between Valneva sites. Adhering to Valneva policies, ensure raw material stocks are available in the right locations at all times.

Responsibilities

  • Receipt and quarantine of supplies
  • Identify and take responsibility for achieving personal training standards required
  • Take personal responsibility for the safe operation within the Warehousing
  • Awareness of the relevant modules of Valneva’s electronic supply management system
  • Support in the implementing of systems, policies and procedures for effective running of the stores, taking into account any relevant regulatory requirements.
  • Receiving deliveries and ensuring that the material conforms to that specified on the purchase order and internal specifications
  • Inform QC of materials that require release approval and move all deliveries to the appropriate areas
  • Operate first in first out (FIFO) policy and first expired (FEFO) for raw materials and consumables
  • Replenish the stock via the inventory management process, ensuring stock is available on time
  • Clear stores of any un-used and expired material as per standard operating procedures
  • Maintain high standards of housekeeping in the warehousing areas
  • You will be required to travel between Valneva Scotland sites
  • You will be required to drive company vehicles including transferring materials between sites
  • You will be required to work different shift patterns between Day shift/Back shift and continental shifts as determined by the business needs.
  • Removal of the waste generated by Goods In
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements
  • You will also be responsible for your own QMS

Job Requirements

  • Stores experience preferably within a structured (GMP/GLP) environment
  • Current driving licence pre January 1997 to allow driving of company vehicle
  • Forklift, Counter Balance and Reach Truck Experienced preferred

Formation et Compétences

  • Strong attention to detail
  • Good communication skills

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QC Technician – Microbiology (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 600 employees.

An opportunity has arisen at Valneva Scotland for a QC Technician – Micro.

Job Summary Quality Control Technician

To undertake microbiological tasks and analysis for the release and monitoring of facilities, raw materials, intermediate and final product samples according to defined procedures and protocols, in accordance with regulatory requirements

Responsibilities

  • Execute microbiological procedures for testing of raw materials, intermediate products and final product samples, according to defined SOPs and protocols
  • Perform environmental monitoring of cleanroom areas as required, to support manufacturing processes and Facility Contamination Control (FCC)
  • Conduct all activities in a careful and safe manner and in full compliance with HSE requirements
  • Ensure that equipment, facilities and materials used in the QC laboratories comply with defined standards
  • Adhere to 5S working practices. Identify and implement areas for continuous improvement and escalate to Lab Manager
  • Immediately escalate and report any deviations to materials, facilities, processes or procedures to line manager
  • Maintain all QC systems, databases, logs and support the generation of QC trend data
  • Be accountable for QC areas being clean, tidy and well-organised and in a state of continuous inspection readiness
  • Ensure that all required training is complete in procedures performed and operate in compliance with regulatory requirements
  • Actively contribute to the development and maintenance of an enthusiastic, supportive and collaborative environment within the team setting
  • Undertake any other duties in accordance with company requirements

Expérience

  • Degree in biological sciences or relevant experience
  • Knowledge of GMP guidelines and regulatory body requirements
  • Experience of microbiological methods in a production-focused environment including but not limited to; Total Viable Count, Bacterial Endotoxin, Environmental monitoring, microbial identification and Growth Promotion
  • Experience in cell culture and virology assays desirable
  • Biologics / vaccine background ideal
  • Experience managing external relationships for effective delivery, e.g. vendors, test houses
  • Experience of Quality Management Systems
  • Experience of working to deadlines and managing conflicting priorities

Formation et Compétences

  • Ability to organise, deliver planned schedules and work across QC, Process Development and QA
  • Experience of writing QMS documentation, e.g. SOPs, Deviations, Change Controls, CAPA desired
  • Excellent time management and prioritisation skills
  • Ability to communicate at all levels within and outside QC

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Validation Specialist (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 600 employees.

Valneva have a number of opportunities for Individuals with previous validation experience for our newly built manufacturing premises in Livingston, Scotland.

Job Summary Validation Specialist

We are actively recruiting for Validation Specialists to assist with the definition and performance of operational validation activities that ensure that validation activities are in compliance with EU/FDA regulatory requirements and applicable guidelines.

Perform, witness and provide support and advice for required validations and qualifications on site. Acting as subject matter expert in regulatory inspections as appropriate based on involvement within the validation or project activities.

You will be responsible for:

  • Reporting to the Head of Validation, assist in the operational validation activities, including physically performing Equipment and Facility Qualifications.
  • Identify areas of improvement for validation systems/procedures and to provide support with the implementation of such improvements.
  • Generate and complete validation documentation in accordance with relevant Standard Operating Procedures, including but not limited to:
  • Validation Plans
  • Validation Protocols
  • Validation Reports
  • Participate in project groups and set acceptance criteria and define the data requirements necessary to ensure that validation work is compliant. To ensure that the Head of Validation and other key stakeholders are informed of validation matters which may have an adverse impact on the validation status of facilities, equipment systems, the manufacturing process on product disposition (e.g. batch/lot release decisions).
  • Investigate and report Quality Issues, escalating to management as required.
  • To compile key quality data for the validation program and to make such data available to management to drive a culture of continuous improvement that is fully compliant with current EU/FDA regulations and quality requirements and Valneva Scotland Ltd business needs.
  • To keep up to date with current guidelines and regulatory requirements in respect of internal and external quality requirements.
  • To provide and/or coordinate training in validation related procedures/concepts as appropriate to meet business needs.
  • Provide support during internal/external and third-party audits.
  • Any other reasonable duties as requested by the Head of Validation Scotland.

Expérience

  • HND level or equivalent qualification in relevant subject (required).
  • Working knowledge of Equipment Qualification and/ or Facility Qualification in a biopharmaceutical or pharmaceutical GMP environment (required).
  • Working knowledge of validation principles in at least one of the following (preferred):
  • Validation of aseptic processes (including filling),
  • Validation of Computerised systems,
  • Process Validation,
  • Assay Validation,
  • Cleaning Validation.
  • Experience in regulatory inspections (preferred).

You will have

  • Effective communication skills across all personnel levels within the organisation and with contractors / external engineers.
  • Good Writing skills for completion of documentation and report writing.
  • Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • A logical approach to problem solving
  • Good organisational and effective prioritisation skills
  • Ability to operate with minimal direct supervision

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QC Technician, Analytical (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 600 employees.

Due to the increase in business, we are now looking to recruit Quality Control Technicians (Analytical) to join our team in Livingston, Scotland.

Expérience

  • Working within a QC laboratory to cGMP
  • Aseptic technique
  • Writing and working to SOP documentation
  • Analytical methods experience in a production-focused environment including Haemagglutination assay, ELISA, dye binding colorimetric assays (Bradford Method, Coomassie Plus), Electrophoresis, Cell Culture, Plaque assay, Western Blot.
  • Assay development, validation and transfer experience
  • Experience of working within Quality Management Systems which include deviations, change controls and CAPA’s

Responsibilities

  • Execute analytical procedures, for testing of raw materials, intermediate products and final products, according to defined SOPs and protocols
  • Ensure that all necessary training is complete in the procedures conducted, and operate in compliance with cGMP working practices at all times
  • Conduct on-time reporting according to the defined and trained document management standards including review and verification of analytical data
  • Ensure the laboratories are in a constant state of inspection readiness
  • Ensure that at any time equipment, facilities and materials used in the QC laboratories comply with defined standards
  • Support change controls, investigations and CAPA’s
  • Identify areas for continuous improvement and escalate those to Line Manager
  • Actively contribute to the development and maintenance of an enthusiastic, supportive and collaborative environment within the team setting
  • Storage of in process, and final products samples including, for stability and retention purposes
  • Preparation of SOPs (where applicable) in accordance with Valneva Quality systems
  • Perform filing duties and other QC administrative duties as required by the line manager
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements
  • Shift work and out of hours work as required

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Facility Engineers (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19. Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 600 employees.

Due to the increase in business we are currently recruiting Facility Engineers in Livingston, Scotland.

Job Summary

To supervise and execute defined, trained engineering procedures for maintenance, qualification, validation and calibration of equipment / facility, in compliance with applicable cGMP standards, regulations, techniques, best practice and business metrics.

Responsibilities

  • Maintain safe and available systems through supervision and execution of equipment, plan and facilities maintenance, qualifications, validation and calibration ensuring compliance defined by SOPs, protocols and procedures
  • Apply cGMP / GEP work practices and techniques in compliance with regulatory requirements
  • Immediately escalate and report any deviations to materials, facilities, processes or procedures
  • Collaborate with internal customers ensuring clear communication on planned and unplanned actions ensuring due consideration of access, supervision, documentation, safety product quality or regulatory compliance
  • Be accountable for engineering areas being clean, tidy and well organised and in a state of continuous inspection readiness
  • Maintain engineering records, logs and documentation in a compliant manner
  • Deliver actions required to ensure progression of investigations, deviations, change controls and CAPAs to agreed timescales
  • Conduct all activities in a careful and safe manner and in full compliance with HSE requirements ensuring that at any time equipment, facilities and materials used in the area of responsibility comply with defined standards
  • Actively contribute to the development and maintenance of enthusiastic, supportive and collaborative environment within the team setting, identifying areas for continuous improvement to the respective manager
  • Shift work and out of hours work as required
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements

You Will Have

  • Engineering degree or equivalent experience in relevant engineering discipline
  • Relevant work experience in a GMP environment
  • Experience in GMP document preparation, process execution, recording data and report writing
  • Experience of co-ordinating equipment / facilities maintenance and calibration programs
  • Experience in the management of environmental, health and safety issues, including permits to work
  • Knowledge of Good Engineering Practice and process improvement tools such as six sigma, lean, FMEA etc

Additional Required Skills

  • Good communication and skills
  • Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team

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Facility Engineers (12 month FTC) (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19. Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 600 employees.

Due to the increase in business we are currently recruiting for Facility Engineers for 12 month fixed term contract in Livingston, Scotland.

Job Summary

To supervise and execute defined, trained engineering procedures for maintenance, qualification, validation and calibration of equipment / facility, in compliance with applicable cGMP standards, regulations, techniques, best practice and business metrics.

Responsibilities

  • Maintain safe and available systems through supervision and execution of equipment, plan and facilities maintenance, qualifications, validation and calibration ensuring compliance defined by SOPs, protocols and procedures
  • Apply cGMP / GEP work practices and techniques in compliance with regulatory requirements
  • Immediately escalate and report any deviations to materials, facilities, processes or procedures
  • Collaborate with internal customers ensuring clear communication on planned and unplanned actions ensuring due consideration of access, supervision, documentation, safety product quality or regulatory compliance
  • Be accountable for engineering areas being clean, tidy and well organised and in a state of continuous inspection readiness
  • Maintain engineering records, logs and documentation in a compliant manner
  • Deliver actions required to ensure progression of investigations, deviations, change controls and CAPAs to agreed timescales
  • Conduct all activities in a careful and safe manner and in full compliance with HSE requirements ensuring that at any time equipment, facilities and materials used in the area of responsibility comply with defined standards
  • Actively contribute to the development and maintenance of enthusiastic, supportive and collaborative environment within the team setting, identifying areas for continuous improvement to the respective manager
  • Shift work and out of hours work as required
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements

You will have

  • Engineering degree or equivalent experience in relevant engineering discipline
  • Relevant work experience in a GMP environment
  • Experience in GMP document preparation, process execution, recording data and report writing
  • Experience of co-ordinating equipment / facilities maintenance and calibration programs
  • Experience in the management of environmental, health and safety issues, including permits to work
  • Knowledge of Good Engineering Practice and process improvement tools such as six sigma, lean, FMEA etc

Additional Required Skills

  • Good communication and skills
  • Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team

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Regulatory Affairs Specialist (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a speciality vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19. Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 600 employees.

An opportunity has arisen within the Regulatory Affairs team for the position of Regulatory Affairs Specialist in Livingston, Scotland.

The main purpose of this role will be to support the Regulatory Affairs team with the preparation, compilation and interpretation of information necessary for regulatory submissions associated with CMC (Chemistry, Manufacturing and Controls) Modules for successful granting, maintenance of and variation to such licenses to meet business objectives and regulatory requirements.

Additional responsibilities associated with the role include

  • Progress and track on time delivery of department owned Quality Management System actions and documentation.
  • Perform the regulatory review of cross-functional owned documents (i.e QMS, Assay/Process Plans/Protocols and Reports).
  • Provide general regulatory advice on quality related issues and determine whether change requests are compliant with the terms of all applicable license documentation within field of responsibility
  • Advise on compliance / regulatory requirements for process and assay development and technology transfer activities to ensure that regulatory requirements are incorporated into the planning of development work (i.e. validated, set-up and compliant with regulatory guidelines)
  • Provide regulatory support in the implementation of site project activities
  • As required, to support with the preparation for meetings with regulatory authorities and site GMP inspections and to participate in site GMP inspection

Expérience

Degree level educated (or equivalent experience), the successful candidate should ideally have knowledge/experience of the manufacture of a biological product in a commercial environment, with an understanding of GMP processes. Regulatory experience in CMC submissions (dossier preparation and maintenance) is desirable but not essential. Candidates, who have relevant experience in the biopharmaceutical industry and want to develop their current skillset, will be considered.

Formation et Compétences

To be successful in the role you should have good scientific writing, IT and oral communication skills with a strong attention to detail and be a self-motivated and conscientious team player with good organisational skills. The ability to multi-task and work under pressure with changing priorities is essential.

This is a unique and exciting opportunity for someone looking to develop their career in the field of Regulatory Affairs.

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Deputy Head of Process Development (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva est une société spécialisée dans le développement et la commercialisation de vaccins prophylactiques contre des maladies infectieuses générant d’importants besoins médicaux. Le Groupe a mis à profit son expertise et ses infrastructures pour commercialiser avec succès deux vaccins et pour faire rapidement progresser un large éventail de candidats vaccins en développement clinique, et notamment ses candidats vaccins contre la maladie de Lyme, le virus du chikungunya et la COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 600 employees.

We have a new opportunity within our Process Development team as Deputy Head of Department to support with our ongoing vaccine manufacturing in Livingston, Scotland.

Responsibilities

  • Ensure timely delivery of new vaccine products from development into clinical / commercial manufacture
  • Manage and lead delivery of new process introduction where identified for business required
  • Identify and manage delivery of process development / improvement projects, from conception to validation, with a view to increased process robustness, yield and success rate or reduced COGs to agreed timeframe
  • Ensure development Proposals, Plans and Reports are generated with adequately identified commercial considerations, impacts and milestones for delivery
  • Management of experienced scientists to ensure ownership and delivery of assigned project tasks, systems and areas of responsibility to agreed target dates
  • To deputise for the Head of Function or other departmental colleagues as required
  • Ensure consideration of risk and implementation of strategy
  • Ensure work plans are aligned with business requirements and site projects, goals & objectives
  • Deliver key critical data for the identification and mitigation of process risks or failure mechanisms through trending and escalation
  • Drive continuous process improvement and provide technical support to key site projects and business deliverables
  • Ensure the use of change management techniques and procedures for implementation where required.
  • Provide site wide technical expertise, key role in troubleshooting and lead key technical investigations / assessments, utilising critical trended data to support on time delivery of Quality Investigations
  • Support regulatory submissions by provision or review of technical reports and/or data
  • Manage and track on time delivery of department owned Quality Management System actions and documentation
  • Escalate deviations to compliance through senior site management
  • Represent the company to external contacts such as customers, suppliers and regulatory authorities for technical discussions
  • Ensure the required departmental training standards are maintained
  • Lead by example in the development and maintenance of an enthusiastic, supportive and collaborative environment within the team, across the site and between sites
  • Shift work and out of hours work as required
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements

Expérience

  • Degree qualification or equivalent experience in biological sciences or related discipline
  • Extensive experience of working within the Vaccine or Biologics Health Science sector, in Process Development, Manufacture or Analytical functions
  • Ideally experience of managing experienced Scientists
  • Strong GxP understanding and experience
  • Strong commercial awareness and demonstrable leadership
  • Good experience and understanding of protein chemistry and characterisation
  • Process / assay development experience of Biological systems, particularly viral products
  • Good experience of statistical data analysis and process trending
  • Experience of change management and risk analysis

Formation et Compétences

  • Excellent communication and team management
  • Strong prioritisation capability in a fast paced environment with changing business priorities
  • Excellent Scientific understanding of vaccines or protein chemistry through development, manufacture or analytics
  • Concern for delivery
  • Analytical thinking
  • Team player with awareness of impact on people, process and systems

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Senior Scientist (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva est une société spécialisée dans le développement et la commercialisation de vaccins prophylactiques contre des maladies infectieuses générant d’importants besoins médicaux. Le Groupe a mis à profit son expertise et ses infrastructures pour commercialiser avec succès deux vaccins et pour faire rapidement progresser un large éventail de candidats vaccins en développement clinique, et notamment ses candidats vaccins contre la maladie de Lyme, le virus du chikungunya et la COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 600 employees.

We have a new opportunity within our Process Development team as a Senior Scientist to support with our ongoing vaccine manufacturing in Livingston, Scotland.

Responsibilities

  • Lead delivery of key tasks within the technical transfer and implementation programme for new IMP products into manufacture, including training and supervision in GMP production activities. Also for scale up from clinical to commercial manufacture. Ensure process robustness, consistency and yield
  • Lead delivery of key tasks within major development studies / projects, from concept to report. Consideration of risk and implementation strategy.
  • Lead delivery of key support tasks, e.g. development and production of new cell or viral bank processes / technologies, or newly defined operator qualification activities.
  • Support design & delivery of major process development / improvement projects, from conception to validation, with a view to increased process robustness, yield & success rate or reduced COGs to agreed timeframe.
  • Line management of department team members as required
  • Support preparation and delivery of production related tasks for commercialisation of IMP products, providing technical guidance to site
  • Key supervisor/operator and trainer for equipment and processes involved in GMP manufacture of viral vaccine product for clinical trial and process validation purposes.
  • Prepare Development Proposals, Plans and Reports, with identified costing, resources, and agreed milestones for delivery. Communicate plans effectively, with cross-functional consideration of site deliverables. Assist in troubleshooting and contribute to key technical investigations / assessments where required, to support on time delivery of Quality Investigations
  • Support regulatory submissions by contributing to provision of technical reports and/or data
  • Deliver assigned aspects of the Quality Management System and documentation to agreed timeframe. Escalate deviations in compliance to the Head of Department.
  • Participate in continuous process improvement and provide support to key site projects and business deliverables
  • Ensure training standards are maintained, as required in the role.
  • Actively contribute to the development and maintenance of and enthusiastic, supportive and collaborative environment within the team, across the site and between sites.
  • To deputise for the Process Development Principal Scientists, Deputy/Head of Department and team colleagues as required, and ensure owned tasks are assigned deputies in their absence
  • Shift work and out of hours work as required
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements

Expérience

  • Degree qualification in biological sciences or related discipline, or equivalent experience
  • Significant experience gained from several years within the Vaccine or Biologics Health Science sector or similar, in Process Development, Manufacture or Analytical functions
  • Several years experience of Biological process / assay development, scale up and optimisation
  • Cell culture experience/downstream processing/analytical techniques. Viral products beneficial
  • Proven ability to lead and deliver significant programmes of work
  • Strong experience/understanding of working in a GXP environment
  • Good experience/understanding in New Product Introduction / technology transfer for GXP Production

Formation et Compétences

  • Excellent Scientific understanding of vaccines or protein chemistry through development, manufacture or analytics
  • Self-motivated, able to deliver to tight deadlines and pressure
  • Excellent communication and team management
  • Flexibility in dealing with challenging and rapidly changing priorities and workloads
  • Demonstrated creative & analytical thinking / problem solving skills
  • Consideration of impact and application of change on people, process and systems
  • Good organisational skills
  • Team player with awareness of impact on people, process and systems

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Technicien(ne) Logistique et Services Généraux (Nantes, France)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Nantes, France

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Company Highlights
Valneva est une société spécialisée dans le développement et la commercialisation de vaccins prophylactiques contre des maladies infectieuses générant d’importants besoins médicaux. Valneva a une approche hautement spécialisée et ciblée du développement de vaccins en identifiant des maladies infectieuses mortelles et débilitantes pour lesquelles il n’existe pas de solution vaccinale prophylactique et pour lesquelles les options thérapeutiques sont limitées. Valneva utilise ensuite sa forte connaissance de la science des vaccins, et notamment son expertise dans les différents modes de vaccination ainsi que ses infrastructures de développement de vaccins déjà bien établies, pour mettre au point des vaccins prophylactiques destinés à lutter contre ces maladies. Le Groupe a mis à profit son expertise et ses infrastructures pour commercialiser avec succès deux vaccins et pour faire rapidement progresser un large éventail de candidats vaccins en développement clinique, et notamment ses candidats vaccins contre la maladie de Lyme, le virus du chikungunya et la COVID-19. Valneva compte environ 600 employés et exerce ses activités depuis l’Autriche, la Suède, la Grande-Bretagne, la France, le Canada et les Etats-Unis.

Key Responsibilities
Nous recherchons un(e) Technicien(ne) Logistique et Services Généraux en CDI pour renforcer notre équipe basée à Saint-Herblain (Nantes). Sous la direction du Responsable Achats Maintenance et Logistique France, vous assurerez les missions principales suivantes :

  • Assurer la réception des marchandises au quotidien :
    • Réception des marchandises livrées par les transporteurs incluant un contrôle visuel de l’état des colis.
    • Contrôle des marchandises réceptionnées : conformité des références livrées par apport aux commandes, respect des conditions de transport, intégrité des emballages.
    • Réception électronique des bons de livraison sous ERP (AX Dynamics).
  • Assurer la gestion des stocks et des références produits (sous ERP):
    • Gérer l’entrée en stock dans le magasin après réception.
    • Assurer la mise à jour quotidienne de l’état des stocks.
    • Créer les demandes d’achat nécessaires au maintien du stock.
    • Effectuer les sorties de stocks selon les procédures internes.
    • Créer les nouveaux articles non référencés.
  • Assurer les livraisons internes quotidiennes dans les laboratoires conformément aux bons de commande des opérateurs.
  • Assurer le suivi de prestataires externes : Gestion de l’arrivée et du départ des intervenants, accompagnement des prestataires dans le bâtiment et laboratoires.
  • Assurer le suivi de la prestation de bio-décontamination des laboratoires afin de suivre la bonne exécution des prestations demandées.
  • Assurer au quotidien les activités aux laboratoires :
    • Gestion des poubelles DASRI
    • Gestion de la laverie centrale
    • Gestion du rangement des sas et des laboratoires
    • Gestion des vêtements de travail de laboratoire (blouses et pyjamas)
  • Seconder le service de maintenance interne.
  • Réaliser des missions ponctuelles relatives au bon fonctionnement du bâtiment.

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Formation Bac à Bac+2 en Logistique avec une expérience d’1 à 2 an(s).

  • Vous maîtrisez la saisie de demandes d’achat, de bons de livraison sous un logiciel de gestion de stocks et commandes (ERP).
  • Vous êtes rigoureux(se) et disposez d’excellentes qualités d’organisation.
  • Vous avez le sens du service client.
  • Vous êtes réactif(ve) et faites preuve d’initiative.
  • Vous êtes familier(e) du respect des procédures et instructions de travail.
  • Maîtrise de l’anglais indispensable.

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Logistics Coordinator (f/m/d) (Vienna, Austria)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Vienna, Austria

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19. Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

Your responsibilities as Logistics Coordinator

  • Facilitate the shipping of materials from one destination to another
  • Take responsibility for customs-coordination (Import-Export)
  • Execute deviations, changes, quality related documents
  • Take steps to avoid quality control issues
  • Make sure warehouse capacity is kept at optimal levels
  • Manage activities throughout the shipment process to make sure established deadlines are met
  • Continually reviews freight costs and transportation rates to keep costs down where possible
  • Streamline shipping and transportation processes
  • Oversee inventory of goods
  • Participate at receiving operations

Your qualifications

  • Graduate from a commercial and/or technical school or bachelor degree (HTL, HAK)
  • At least five years of relevant functional work experience in Pharma (regulated) industry, preferably in Logistics function
  • Effective communication abilities, capacity to work in a fast changing environment
  • High self-organizing abilities, social competence, combined with business orientated behavior
  • Independent work style, strategic and analytical (process)-approach
  • Profound knowledge in customs procedures (P36)
  • Knowledge in GMP-procedures
  • Fundamental MS-Office skills and experience with an ERP-System (preferably MS-Dynamics AX)
  • Very good proficiency in English and German

Our offer

  • Une culture d’entreprise ouverte et bienveillante avec un esprit d’innovation et des postes attractifs.
  • Environnement international avec des lignes hiérarchiques courtes
  • Bon esprit d’équipe dans une équipe très motivée.
  • Wide range of benefits like flexitime, performance-related bonus, lunch vouchers, child care center (“Kindergarten”), company events

Due to legal reasons we are obliged to disclose the minimum salary for this position, which is € 28.000 gross per year based on full-time employment.

However our salaries are market oriented and in line with your qualifications and experience.

 

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QC Coordinator (Raw Materials) (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19.

Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

A full-time opportunity has arisen at Valneva Scotland for a QC Coordinator (Raw Materials)

Job Summary

To execute defined and trained Quality Control department tests for the release of raw materials, intermediate products and final products according to defined procedures and protocols and according to best cGMP work practices, Quality Standards and metrics, as well as assisting in the implementation and maintenance of policies for Quality Control department within Valneva. Carry out laboratory tasks as identified by QC department.

Responsibilities

  • Execute analytical procedures, for testing of raw materials, intermediate products and final products, according to defined SOPs and protocols
  • Apply best cGMP work practices and techniques to test and release raw materials and product within specification
  • Ensure that all necessary training is complete in the procedures conducted, and operate in compliance with best cGMP working practices at all times
  • Conduct on-time reporting according to the defined and trained document management standards including review and verification of analytical data
  • Immediately escalate and report any deviations to materials, facilities, processes or procedures to the Laboratory Manager
  • Be accountable for the analytical laboratories being clean, tidy and well organised and in a state of continuous inspection readiness
  • Conduct all activities in the most careful and safe manner and in full compliance with HSE requirements
  • Ensure that equipment, facilities and materials used in the QC laboratories comply with defined standards
  • Support change controls, investigations and CAPA’s in the post diligent manner
  • Identify areas for continuous improvement and escalate those to the Head of QC
  • Actively contribute to the development and maintenance of an enthusiastic, supportive and collaborative environment within the team setting
  • Maintain adequate stocks of materials and equipment and laboratory consumables
  • Assist in monitoring and maintaining calibration status of all equipment within the Quality Control department
  • Calibration of pipettes and informing relevant personnel in a timely manner of any failure of calibration
  • Assist in ensuring adequate stocks of material and equipment for effective operation of laboratories
  • Storage of in process and final products samples including for stability and retention purposes
  • Preparation of SOPs (where applicable) in accordance with Valneva Quality systems
  • Perform filing duties and other QC administrative duties as required by the laboratory manager or Head of QC
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by the line manager in accordance with company requirements

Experience includes:

  • Degree in chemical/biological sciences or relevant experience
  • Knowledge of usage of Pharmacopoeias
  • Knowledge of GMP guidelines and regulatory bodies
  • Experience in method validation / verification is beneficial but not essential
  • Experience of Quality Management Systems
  • Experience in working with Microsoft Excel, and ERP systems
  • Experience of working to deadlines and managing conflicting priorities
  • Experience working effectively in a team, influencing as appropriate

Skills required:

  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • Effective communication skills
  • Flexible and adaptable team player
  • Ability to think analytically

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Training Specialist (Livingston, Scotland)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Livingston, Scotland

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19. Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

An opportunity has arisen at Valneva Scotland for a Training Specialist within the HR Team.

Job Summary

Experienced Training Specialist to support our organisational training strategy, oversee the implementation of new systems of work and manage the outcomes. Liaising with all our departments, you will gain an understanding of individuals’ development and training needs and produce innovative ideas and initiatives that move us forward in our learning culture, recording compliance and adherence to GDPR. Driving forward a blended training initiative, fostering our strong team culture, ensuring our people are knowledgeable and future-ready.

Key Responsibilities

  • Overseeing all training programmes that will include web based seminars, group sessions, training videos and more
  • Determine training needs and requirements for the organisation by partnering with managers / departmental training coordinators and the wider business
  • Help departments adopt competency based training / scheduled of all training activities
  • Create training calendars to improve training efficiency
  • Support departmental training coordinators to ensure current training materials are relevant and appropriate
  • Support departmental training coordinators to modify and create training materials to meet specific departmental training needs
  • Support departmental training coordinators to develop and ensure delivery of a training plan to build on the skills of current personnel and allow rapid contribution from new personnel
  • Work with managers / departmental training coordinators to ensure there are systems in place to highlight skills gaps and develop training plans to combat this
  • Manage training costs to ensure training represents good value for money and costs are maintained within budget
  • Keeping abreast of new educational and training techniques as well as ground breaking methodologies
  • On a day to day basis plan, co-ordinate training activities across all departments
  • To oversee that best cGMP work practices and techniques to train staff are being applied.
  • Ensure that all staff are appropriately trained and competent in the procedures they are conducting and are in compliance with best cGMP working practices at all times
  • Maintain the training facilities in an operationally ready state ensuring any issues requiring engineering intervention are reported promptly
  • Develop and ensure delivery of a training plan to build on the skills of current personnel and allow rapid contribution from new personnel
  • Help develop and maintain competency levels within all manufacturing
  • Conduct all activities in the most careful and safe manner and in full compliance with HSE requirements
  • Actively contribute to the development and maintenance of an enthusiastic, supportive, and collaborative environment within the team setting.
  • Ensure that all staff are appropriately trained and competent in the procedures they are conducting and are in compliance with best cGMP working practices at all times working with department head / supervisors.
  • Help develop and maintain competency levels within all JEV manufacturing
  • To undertake any other duties as requested by line manager in accordance with company requirements
  • Responsible for all training record to be accurate & compliant via QMS & any local system.

Formation et Compétences

  • Good understanding and working knowledge of the Pharma industry
  • Maintenance of a professional attitude
  • Encouraging and developing staff
  • Ability to develop a team culture

Expertise

  • Experience in coordinating activities across multiple departments
  • Experience with traditional and modern training methods (classroom training, e learning, workshops, mentoring etc.)
  • Proven track record of training staff

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Technicien(ne) Recherche et développement Préclinique (Nantes, France)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Nantes, France

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Valneva est une société spécialisée dans le développement et la commercialisation de vaccins prophylactiques contre des maladies infectieuses générant d’importants besoins médicaux. Valneva a une approche hautement spécialisée et ciblée du développement de vaccins en identifiant des maladies infectieuses mortelles et débilitantes pour lesquelles il n’existe pas de solution vaccinale prophylactique et pour lesquelles les options thérapeutiques sont limitées. Valneva utilise ensuite sa forte connaissance de la science des vaccins, et notamment son expertise dans les différents modes de vaccination ainsi que ses infrastructures de développement de vaccins déjà bien établies, pour mettre au point des vaccins prophylactiques destinés à lutter contre ces maladies. Le Groupe a mis à profit son expertise et ses infrastructures pour commercialiser avec succès deux vaccins et pour faire rapidement progresser un large éventail de candidats vaccins en développement clinique, et notamment ses candidats vaccins contre la maladie de Lyme, le virus du chikungunya et la COVID-19. Valneva compte environ 650 employés et exerce ses activités depuis l’Autriche, la Suède, la Grande-Bretagne, la France, le Canada et les Etats-Unis.

Key Responsibilities

Nous cherchons un(e) Technicien(ne) R&D Recherche Préclinique en CDI pour renforcer notre équipe basée à Saint-Herblain (Nantes). Sous la direction du Responsable Recherche Préclinique France, vous assurerez les missions principales suivantes :

  • Mise en place et application de procédés de production des candidats vaccinaux en cours de développement.
  • Mise en pratique des techniques telles que la culture cellulaire de mammifères, la transfection/l’infection de cellules eucaryotes et des méthodes analytiques couramment utilisés en virologie (SDS-PAGE, quantification par méthode biochimique, ELISA, test pour déterminer le titre viral).
  • Organisation et réalisation des expériences définies par le manager et les ingénieurs de l’équipe.
  • Proposition et réalisation de protocoles lors de la mise en place de nouvelles techniques ou en vue d’optimiser les techniques de routine.
  • Rédaction du cahier de laboratoire suivant les procédures appropriées : renseigner les séquences des expériences, les analyses des résultats et les observations scientifiques.
  • Rédaction des instructions, de protocoles et de rapports techniques pour assurer la transmission du savoir-faire.
  • Respect des normes d’assurance qualité et des règles d’hygiène, de sécurité, de confinement biologique et la confidentialité applicable à Valneva.
  • Contribution à l’entretien et au bon fonctionnement de l’équipement et du matériel de laboratoire.
  • Assurer la gestion des stocks de matériels et réactifs propres aux expériences en collaboration avec l’équipe Logistique.
  • Participation active à la vie de l’équipe.

Profile

  • Licence bio-industries, biotechnologies, ESTBA, ou autre formation avec dominante de culture cellulaire et développement de procédés de production.
  • Cinq années minimum d’expérience dans une entreprise de biotechnologie ou pharmaceutique.
  • Qualifié(e) dans le domaine de la biologie cellulaire et techniques biochimiques (compétences en virologie et biologie moléculaire sont un plus).
  • Autonomie dans l’organisation, la réalisation des expériences et l’analyse des résultats.
  • Maîtrise des logiciels (Word, Excel, Power Point).
  • Maîtrise de l’anglais indispensable : compréhension et expression écrite et orale.
  • Esprit d’équipe, flexible, curieux(se), attiré(e) par la découverte et les nouveaux défis

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Comptable Fournisseurs (Nantes, France)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Nantes, France

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Valneva est une société spécialisée dans le développement et la commercialisation de vaccins prophylactiques contre des maladies infectieuses générant d’importants besoins médicaux. Valneva a une approche hautement spécialisée et ciblée du développement de vaccins en identifiant des maladies infectieuses mortelles et débilitantes pour lesquelles il n’existe pas de solution vaccinale prophylactique et pour lesquelles les options thérapeutiques sont limitées. Valneva utilise ensuite sa forte connaissance de la science des vaccins, et notamment son expertise dans les différents modes de vaccination ainsi que ses infrastructures de développement de vaccins déjà bien établies, pour mettre au point des vaccins prophylactiques destinés à lutter contre ces maladies. Le Groupe a mis à profit son expertise et ses infrastructures pour commercialiser avec succès deux vaccins et pour faire rapidement progresser un large éventail de candidats vaccins en développement clinique, et notamment ses candidats vaccins contre la maladie de Lyme, le virus du chikungunya et la COVID-19. Valneva compte environ 650 employés et exerce ses activités depuis l’Autriche, la Suède, la Grande-Bretagne, la France, le Canada et les Etats-Unis.

Missions
Nous recherchons un Comptable Fournisseurs H/F en CDI pour renforcer notre équipe basée à Saint-Herblain (Nantes). Sous la direction du Responsable comptable France, le Comptable Fournisseurs H/F prendra en charge le traitement des factures fournisseurs et notes de frais de deux sociétés.

  • Numérisation et comptabilisation des factures via un ERP (Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012) et un outil de dématérialisation et de validation des factures: Rapprochement des factures avec les commandes, suivi de la validation des factures par les responsables des centres de coûts.
  • Comptabilisation des notes de frais.
  • Préparation des fichiers de règlement conformément aux échéances.
  • Justifications des comptes fournisseurs dans le cadre des clôtures mensuelles (J+3), trimestrielles et annuelles. Dans le respect des procédures de contrôle interne SOX et les principes comptables FGAAP.

Les missions qui vous seront confiées pourront évoluer, cette liste n’est pas exhaustive.

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De formation Bac+2 en comptabilité, vous justifiez d’une expérience de 1 an ou plus sur un poste similaire, acquise de préférence au sein d’une entreprise internationale.

Vous faites preuve de rigueur, êtes doté(e) d’un très bon relationnel et avez le sens des responsabilités. Vous savez organiser votre travail de manière autonome et en tenant des délais courts.

Vous êtes capable d’échanger en anglais avec des correspondants internes et externes.

Vous maîtrisez un ERP (Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 serait un plus) et Excel

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Sample Manager Quality Control (f/m/d) (Vienna, Austria)

  • Contrat: CDI
  • Location: Vienna, Austria
  • Diplôme(s): Bachelor/HTL degree in natural sciences

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Valneva is a specialty vaccine company focused on the development and commercialization of prophylactic vaccines for infectious diseases with significant unmet medical need. Valneva has leveraged its expertise and capabilities both to successfully commercialize two vaccines and to rapidly advance a broad range of vaccine candidates into and through the clinic, including candidates against Lyme disease, the chikungunya virus and COVID-19. Valneva has operations in Austria, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Canada and the U.S. with over 650 employees.

Your responsibilities as a Sample Manager Quality Control

  • Responsible for sample management for in-house and external release and stability testing for QC departments
  • Organization of Incoming and Outgoing Shipments (Supply Coordinator)
  • Samples storage and distribution for internal testing
  • Maintain oversight and coordination of external testing
  • Maintain communication/contact with external and internal clients
  • Responsible for Purchase Order processing
  • Establishment of in house testing schedule and Certificates of Analyses
  • Archiving/filing of documents according to GMP requirements
  • Support basic lab equipment maintenance and calibration activities

Your qualifications

  • Bachelor/HTL degree in natural sciences
  • Excellent organizational, documentation management and teamwork skills required
  • High communicational skills required
  • Working experience in a laboratory or quality (GxP) environment is a plus
  • English fluently in word and writing, Experience with Word and Excel
  • Management and consolidation of large data sets/lists
  • Highly team-orientated personality
  • Willing to work in a high-quality regulated GxP environment

Our offer

  • Une culture d’entreprise ouverte et bienveillante avec un esprit d’innovation et des postes attractifs.
  • Environnement international avec des lignes hiérarchiques courtes
  • Bon esprit d’équipe dans une équipe très motivée.
  • Package de rémuneration compétitif.

Due to legal reasons we are obliged to disclose the minimum salary for this position, which is € 34.000,- gross per year based on full-time employment. However our salaries are market oriented and in line with your qualifications and experience.

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Sites

Valneva exerce ses activités depuis l'Autriche, la Suède, le Royaume-Uni, la France, le Canada et les Etats-Unis.

Austria

Vienna

Valneva Austria GmbH
Campus Vienna Biocenter 3
1030 Vienna, Austria
T: +43 1 20620 F: +43 1 20 620 800 Nous contacter

Canada

Montréal

Commercial Operations
3535 Saint-Charles Blvd.,
Suite 600
Kirkland, Québec H9H 5B9
Canada
T: +1 514 630 6999 F: +1 514 630 9666 Nous contacter

France

Nantes

6 rue Alain Bombard
44800 Saint-Herblain
France
T: +33 228 07 37 10 F: +33 228 07 37 11 Nous contacter

Lyon

Ilot Saint-Joseph
Bureaux Convergence Bâtiment A
12 ter quai Perrache
69 002 Lyon, France
T: +33 4 78 76 61 01 Nous contacter

Sweden

Solna

Valneva Sweden AB
SE – 105 21 Stockholm, Sweden

Visiting Address:
Gunnar Asplunds allé 16
171 69 Solna, Sweden
T: +46 (0)8 735 10 00 F: +46 (0)8 82 73 04

Royaume-Uni

Livingston

Valneva Scotland Ltd.
Oakbank Park Road
Livingston EH53 0TG
Scotland
T: +44 1506 446 600 F: +44 1506 446 601 Nous contacter

Fleet

Valneva UK Ltd.
Commercial Operations
Centaur House
Ancells Business Park
Ancells Road / Fleet
Hampshire GU51 2UJ, United Kingdom
T: +44 1252 761007

Etats-Unis

Gaithersburg

Valneva USA, Inc.
910 Clopper Road, Suite 160S
Gaithersburg, MD 20878, USA
T: +1 866 223 7118 Nous contacter