Bench Testing Process Improvement Specialist

Posting Date 1 month ago(12/22/2021 6:42 PM)
Requisition ID
Job Location(s)
West Lafayette IN United States
Position Type
Full Time
Cook Research Inc.


The Bench Testing Process Improvement Specialist at Cook Research Incorporated (CRI) will support the team with review, technical writing, and problem solving to help ensure the team maintains compliance with the CRI management system and pertinent regulations and standards.


• Ensure protocols, reports, project data and documentation, validation documentation, and technical reports are accurate, complete, and compliant with CRI management system (CRMS), regulations, and standards by providing quality review, identification, and help with correction of discrepancies

• Provide technical writing expertise in the development of new CRMS documents, in the revision of current documents, and in many other technical document improvement initiatives

• Maintain a working knowledge of CRMS processes, procedures, regulations, and standards
• Collaborate with management, study directors, and operators to help in achievement of team goals
• Assist with investigations, including CAPA, laboratory events, and calibration failures
• Train new staff, co-ops, and interns on the project review process, the preparation of project reports, and the recording of data


• Bachelor’s degree in a technical discipline or 3 years of relevant experience 
• Interest in a career in Quality, Life Sciences, Engineering, Technical/Professional Writing, or related fields
• Working knowledge of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), ISO 13485, and ISO 17025
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office (e.g., Word, PowerPoint, Excel, SharePoint)



• Good grammar and spelling

• Detail oriented

• Effective written and oral communication skills

• Willingness to take initiative, and have an ability to work well with others

• Ability to manage multiple projects along with changing priorities


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