Analytical Scientist

Job description

We now require an Analytical Scientist to join a diverse team. Working as part of a Technical Operations team, you will lead method developments, validation activities and provide technical guidance on analytical investigations and optimizations.

Job Responsibilities:

  • The Analytical Scientist will lead all aspects of analytical support for new products to the site.
  • Evaluate and verify analytical methods across a range of techniques.
  • Establish relationships with R&D and S&T group for effective knowledge transfer and to develop a concise understanding of analytical requirements
  • You will support the Quality and EHS teams on cGMP procedures contributing to developing appropriate specification documents for raw materials, In-process, and finished products.
  • Interpret all relevant regulatory directives/guidelines.
  • Provide technical support for the purchase of new analytical equipment, developing protocols for pre and post-installation and operational qualifications
  • Support the testing of all routine raw material, in-process, and finished product as per schedule and records are maintained to appropriate requirements.
  • You will be responsible for transfer of assigned projects to QC Lab, ensuring comprehensive coaching and training is provided.

Job Requirements

The next Analytical Scientist should have a degree and a minimum of 3 years of experience working in cGMP and GLP environment.

You should have expert knowledge in HPLC & GC with a strong working knowledge of LCMS, GCMS, and XRD. Method development and validation experience is also required.


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