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The Quality Control Microbiology group is seeking a highly motivated candidate to be part of the facility utility and raw material testing group. This candidate will be responsible for performing bioburden and endotoxin testing on water samples and raw material samples, and occasionally process samples. This role also involves total organic carbon (TOC) testing, conductivity, and EM/water/clean steam sample collection. This individual will also be responsible for data review, reconciliation, SOP revision, document authoring, and other business value added work as needed.
• Perform bioburden, endotoxin, and TOC assays
• Collect EM/water samples (monitoring) and associated testing, plate reading
• Ensure all aspects of testing are performed per GMP and SOPs
• Review of GMP data, reports, procedures.
• Author reports and/or SOP revisions as needed.
• Attend QCM at meetings and huddles
• Associates or B.S. in a science field (i.e. biology, microbiology)Last Date to Apply: August 22 2022
• 0-2 years GMP experience
• Knowledge and practical application of relevant techniques – classic microbiology techniques as well as rapid microbial techniques, desired.
• Knowledge of GMP compliance requirements for Quality Control Laboratories
• Experience with LWLIMS, QTS and PDOCs is a plus.
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