Validation and quality engineering are a core part of the services that we offer to clients. This means we have a large team of validation and quality engineers at SL Controls. That team is growing, too, as our company grows and expands into new markets.
If you are considering taking on a new role in validation or quality engineering, what opportunities are there at SL Controls, what sorts of projects will you be working on, and what is it like working for us? Maybe you are starting out in your engineering career and want to know if there are opportunities available for you.
In this blog, you will find a general overview of validation and quality engineering roles at SL Controls. If you have a specific query, however, please get in touch.
Validation and Quality Engineering Roles
The validation and quality engineering roles that we regularly recruit for to expand our growing team include:
- Computer Systems Validation Engineer (CSV Engineer)
- Validation Engineer
- Equipment Validation Engineer
- Software Quality Engineer
- Lab Systems (LIMS) Validation Engineer
- CQV Engineer
- Technical Writer
- Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer
You can find a list of current vacancies on our All Jobs page.
Who We Are and What We Do
At SL Controls, we provide specialist technology solutions to clients in the life sciences sector. This includes multinational pharmaceutical, medical device, and biotechnology companies. We specialise in the delivery of equipment systems integration projects with the aim of achieving objectives such as increased productivity, optimised OEE, and more efficient regulatory compliance.
We work with our clients to modernise their manufacturing and quality control processes, helping them do more with less while also ensuring they are ready for the challenges and opportunities of the future.
What’s the Working Environment Like at SL Controls?
The working environment at SL Controls is one of innovation and problem-solving. We have a strong team culture where staff at all levels are ready to offer help, advice, and support wherever it’s needed. We also have a strong knowledge-sharing and learning culture that includes structured continuous professional development and training programmes.
The Skills Required for Our Validation and Quality Roles
You will need a degree in a relevant discipline to apply for one of our validation or quality engineering roles. Experience working in the pharmaceutical, medical devices, or biotechnology sectors is an advantage, although it’s not strictly necessary.
There are then often job-specific skills and experience that we look for. However, we do have roles where experience is not required or can be substituted with academic experience.
One thing we do look out for in the candidate selection process is passion – passion for working with life sciences companies, as well as a passion for innovative technologies, problem-solving, and delivering on client objectives.
What Should You Do Next?
A good starting point is to visit the Recruitment page on our website. It has more information about working at SL Controls, including the extensive benefits package that we offer. You will also find out more about our approach to helping our employees achieve a positive work-life balance.
Details of our current vacancies are also on our recruitment page. And remember, if you have any queries, please get in touch.