3139 QC Associate
Conducts routine and non-routine analysis, including but not limited to biochemical and chemical analysis, of raw materials, in-process items and finished product according to established operating procedures.
Compiles data for documentation of test procedures that may include stability program testing and formulation studies.
Calibrates and maintains lab and analytical equipment. Participates in the preparation of investigations, summaries and reports.
Reviews data obtained for compliance with specifications and reports abnormalities.
Revises and updates standard operating procedures as needed.
May perform special projects on analytical and instrument problem-solving.
May develop testing and analysis methods and procedures in accordance with established guidelines. May also develop protocols for routine and nonroutine analysis such as qualification and stability monitoring for analytical reagents.
May lead reagent inventory management activities including procurement, preparation, coordination with method experts, and testing labs for testing, and release.
B.S. or M.S in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or equivalent with minimum 2 years of experience in a pharmaceutical or related industry.
Practical knowledge of cGMP, regulatory requirements, and analytical control strategy for pharmaceuticals.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Technical writing skills are required.
Excellent organizational skills.
Flexibility in problem-solving, providing direction and work hours to meet business objectives.
Compensation Range: $28.00hr to $36.00hr