Bristol-Myers Squibb Company


New Brunswick, NJ, US
Jul 11, 2018
Required Education
Position Type
Full time

Pharmaceutical Development Technician Pharmaceutics. Responsibilities include maintaining documentation, facilities and equipment under strict compliance to GLP, GMP, federal, state and local regulations. Laboratory assignments include, but are not limited to the following: Assisting in the preparation of formulation samples and evaluation per supervisors instructions. Test stability samples, enter data, and maintain stability laboratory and storage areas. Preparation of buffers and other media, potency/degradant analysis, dissolution analysis, physical and mechanical testing of finished dosage forms and intermediates. Must be familiar with and able to demonstrate competency after training on test equipment including, but not limited to the following: HPLC systems, automated UV_-diode array dissolution systems, powder characterization equipment, mechanical characterization equipment, liquid particle counters. Laboratory responsibilities include maintaining laboratories and equipment under GLP conditions and recording data in notebooks and computer databases, per established procedures. Process scale-up assignments include, but are not limited to the following: assist formulation scientist in the development of new dosage forms using process equipment such as high shear mixers, tablet presses, encapsulating machines, tablet coaters, lyophilizers, autoclaves, etc. Use of equipment to include set-up, operation, computer assisted data acquisition of process information, and clean up as per established standard practices. Assist in weighing, processing and packaging of finished product and intermediates for stability studies. Processing to include, but is not limited to the following unit operations, granulation, mixing, drying, filtering, comminution, sterile filling, lyophilization and coating. Some projects will require working in clean rooms/aseptic area and the anti-cancer/containment area using established handling procedures