Quality Control Scientist (Chemistry)
A Quality Control Scientist in the Technical Resources group performs assay development, characterization, optimization, transfer, validation and investigation for the Quality Control (QC) chemistry group. We are seeking a motivated scientist with a strong background in Chemistry to provide mentorship and supervision for release, stability, and in-process testing and assay development.
In this role a typical day might include the following:
• Performing assay development/validation for Quality Control (QC) Chemistry group
• Reviewing new test procedures and assays
• Facilitating assay transfer from R&D and to business partners
• Organizing analytical assay transfer internally and externally
• Participating in technical troubleshooting and problem investigation
• Reviewing reports and other technical documents for technical correctness and regulatory compliance.
This job might be for you if:
• You can interpret and apply cGMPs, USP, EP, JP, BP, ICH regulatory requirements and industry best practices.
• You have strong written and verbal communication
• You enjoy mentoring and training others on systems and processes
• You enjoy working in a fast-paced environment and are flexible to changing requirements
To be considered for this position applicants must have a PhD in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Biology, Pharmaceutical Sciences, or related field, and a minimum 1-year experience in the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industries. GMP experience is strongly desired.
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