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Healthcare Labeling requirements are highly driven by Regulation and Standards as provided by national and international regulatory bodies. The JJSV Labeling Co-op program will seek to challenge an aspiring graphic artist or packaging engineer who is passionate about the Healthcare and Medical Device industries. Selected candidate will gain a working knowledge of healthcare/medical device labeling design, validation, verification, procurement, specification development, amongst other topics. The Labeling co-op will be assigned a short-term Labeling Project contributing to streamlining a process within the Product Labeling Development Team.
Candidates with critical thinking, problem solving, and enthusiastic mindsets are preferred.
The Labeling Co-op program provides each student with real-life hands-on experience, coaching and mentoring and networking opportunities.
Essential Functions / Responsibilities
Support Labeling development projects to optimize existing product labels, Labeling
processes and/or work on a cross-functional project team under the supervision of a
Labeling Process Lead.
Interact with Regulatory, Quality, Marketing, Research and Development, Suppliers and
Operations, necessary to complete project objectives.
Support development of Labels, Instructions for User (IFU) and/or other labeling materials
and provide support to project teams.
Support in the strategy, planning, creation, and implementation of programs and projects.
Collect data and conduct subsequent analyses.
Requires some initiative and judgement.
Child care benefits
Short term disability