QC Laboratory Analyst II (1st Shift)
Why Patients Need You
Everything we do, every day, is in line with an unwavering commitment to the quality and the delivery of safe and effective products to patients. Our science and risk-based compliant quality culture is innovative and customer oriented. Whether you are involved in manufacturing, testing, or compliance, your contribution will directly impact patients.
What You Will Achieve
This position is for a testing analyst in the Kalamazoo QO API nonLC Laboratory working on first shift. Opportunity for schedule flexibility exists as the Laboratory supports business and customer needs on weekends and holidays. Technologies employed in the API nonLC Laboratory include GC, Karl Fisher, UV, Particle Size and other general analytical procedures.
How You Will Achieve It
Works effectively in a fast-paced, customer-oriented, team laboratory environment to analyze in-process materials, raw materials, APIs, Drug Products and/or finished product samples in direct support of the company's production units. Independently performs testing and documents results for qualitative or quantitative assays on samples using techniques that vary from use of standard laboratory equipment to highly modern and automated instrumentation. Troubleshoots test methods and analytical equipment. Conducts peer review (record checking) of laboratory data packets. Executes equipment qualification and test method validation protocols as needed. Participates in laboratory investigations as required. Writes reports as needed.
- High School Diploma or GED and at least 3 years of relevant experience in quality or compliance required. Candidates with advanced science degrees and relevant experience may also be considered as follows: Associate’s degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry or related science degree with at least 2 years experience in related field or Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry or related science with 0-1 years of experience in related field.
- Demonstrated proficiency in at least one high complexity technology (e.g. HPLC, uHPLC, GC, etc.) or, with two or more low to medium complexity technologies (e.g. TLC, titrations, wet chemistry/physical testing, water testing, etc.) as required by the business unit.
- The successful candidate must also have demonstrated the ability to quickly learn new skills/techniques.
- High productivity and the ability to multi-task coupled with a low error rate and attention to detail.
- Must demonstrate flexibility/agility and engagement in a changing environment.
- The candidate is expected to display good laboratory technique to avoid cross-contamination or misidentification of samples.
- Experience troubleshooting test methods and analytical instrumentation.
Associate’s degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry or related science degree with at least 2 years experience in related field or Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry or related science with 0-1 years of experience in related field.
Laboratory and office work requiring walking, standing, and sitting throughout a shift. Lifting of items less than 25 kg.
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
This position is first shift in the Kalamazoo QO API nonLC Laboratory. This position may require colleagues to work weekends and/or holidays to meet business or customer needs. All Laboratory colleagues adhere to safe work practices such as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment including lab coat, safety glasses, and gloves. There is no routine travel associated with this position.
Additional Job Details
Last date to apply: 1/21/2022
Relocation assistance available: NO
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