Digital Plant Data Modeling Co-Op: January 2020 – December 2020

  • Opportunity Profile:
    • Digital Plant Data Modeling Co-Op:  January 2020 – December 2020
       
      Overview:
      Digital Plant Data Modeling is a function of the Enterprise Architecture & Platforms group that serves Bristol-Myers Squibb’s (BMS) Global Product Development & Supply (GPS) units by providing tools for Continuous Process Verification of the drug products and drug systems manufactured by BMS. Continuous Process Verification also known as Process Robustness is the ability of a process to demonstrate acceptable quality and performance while tolerating input variability.
       
       
      Current 12-Month Co-op Opportunities:  Data Modeler (1) Tampa, FL
       
      Candidate will work with a design team, implementing the data transformation requirements needed to aggregate data into a virtual database, with manufacturing related context and meta-data, into a suitable format for statisticians, engineers, and scientists to analyze the manufacturing results. Candidate will also support manufacturing and process intelligence tools used within GPS organization.
       
      Other activities will involve identifying opportunities for database performance tuning, supporting validation and qualification activities in a regulated environment, developing data entry templates, and generating analysis groups in Discoverant.
       
      Key Learning’s:
      • Data integration by sourcing a variety of manufacturing systems such as SAP, LIMS, OSI-PI, and MES.
      • Database connection strategies in Oracle and SQL Server
      • Data modeling and database development by defining new views and SQL functions
      • Discoverant Process Intelligence Tools
       
      Requirements/Education:
      Enrolled in Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program with minimum GPA 3.0 desired.
       
      Backgrounds/degrees include:
      • Computer Science/Engineering/Statistics/Mathematics
      • Applied Science
       
      Must be enrolled in school the semester of and/or during the assignment, possess a 3.0+ GPA and be eligible to work part-time (20 hours) during school calendar and full time (40 hours) during summer break. Must currently be enrolled in, at a minimum, the 3rd year (Junior Year) of an undergraduate program.   Plans to obtain an advanced degree will be considered an advantage.
       
      Must have strong analytical, interpersonal, communication, organization, and project management skills.  Must demonstrate the ability to present ideas, issues, and observations into a clear and useful format, and balance several projects in a fast-paced team environment and work independently. 
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