Quality Control - Chemistry and Visual Inspection Intern

85 Dan Road, Canton, Massachusetts, 02021, United States

Job Req code 192

Category: Internship

We are a leading regenerative medicine company in the advanced and acute wound care space and are always looking for exceptional talent. Join a company where you will have an opportunity to grow professionally and personally and give strength to others by Empowering Healing. Our advanced wound care products are specially developed for the successful treatment of chronic and acute wounds. Our comprehensive portfolio of skin substitutes and other regenerative medicine products empower our patients with life-changing solutions.  Our strength is giving others strength.

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What you will achieve:

Works side by side with Supervisor, QC Visual Inspection and QC Chemistry Manager to learn all aspects of Quality Control at Organogenesis.  Will learn basic lab skills and techniques associated with QC Chemistry.  Will assist in creation of visual inspection training aids and construction of a digital library.  The position has interaction with other internal departments, including Quality Assurance and Process Development.  The QC Intern will perform a wide variety of activities to assist the Supervisor and Manager including electronical trending of data, assessment of foreign matter derived from visual inspection rejects, and other projects.  


How you will achieve it:

  • Learn all facets of Quality Control work at Organogenesis
  • Perform activities to support the Supervisor, QC Visual Inspection and QC Chemistry Manager
  • Assess foreign matter from visual inspection rejects using different analytical tools
  • Create a digital library of visual inspection rejects
  • Create visual inspections aids for qualification purposes
  • Perform physical tests including the use of an Instron testing system, DSC, and bubble emission chamber
  • Sample preparation, reagent preparation and/or testing in support of verifying UV Vis software test method files with assistance from the QC Chemistry Manager
  • Other activities such as data trending as needed


What you will need to achieve it:
•    Currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree program with a major in Biomedical, Engineering, Biology, or similar biology-based discipline.
•    Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel
•    Basic laboratory skills
•    Organization skills
•    Experience with electronical trending of data
•    Familiarity with Instron/DSC testing a plus


Physical Demands
•    Repetitive motions that may include the wrists, hands and/or fingers
•    Approximately 2 hours of standing per day


Environmental Conditions
•    Occasional work in a cold room (2-8°C)


We are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information or any other characteristic protected by law.