An excellent opportunity for someone early in their career to join a global leading QC Analytical team and work alongside leaders in vaccine development.
Job Title: QC Analyst
Reference No: 238014
Job Type: Permanent
Salary: £22K-£27K plus generous benefits
Analytical Quality Control Laboratory
The laboratory is responsible for provision of analytical chemistry services to support quality control testing of products, raw materials and water systems. A stability study programme is also maintained.
To undertake chemical and biochemical analyses. To write quality documentation relating to raw materials, water and product testing
MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
* To ensure analysis and recording of QC and stability testing is performed in compliance with the statutory requirements of cGMP.
* Responsibility for testing raw materials, in process and finished product samples.
* Responsible for writing Standard Operating Procedures and their associated risk assessments.
* Cleaning of laboratories.
* Maintenance and calibration of equipment.
Degree in Chemistry/Biochemistry or other suitable degree. Suitable experience may be considered as suitable
Working Knowledge / Experience of GMP
Working Knowledge / Experience of ICH requirements
Previously worked in a similar position as a bench analyst following written instructions and comparing analytical results with set specifications
Experience using standard analytical laboratory equipment such as pH meters, balances, pipettes
Knowledge and experience - Desirable
Working Knowledge / Experience of the EP and USP
Knowledge / Experience of Enzyme analysis
Knowledge / Experience of Waters HPLC systems and associated software or equivalent
Knowledge / Experience of Gel Electrophoresis
Knowledge / Experience using UV-Vis and FT-IR
Knowledge / Experience using KF Moisture determination
Knowledge / Experience analysing purified water and water for injections
Knowledge / Experience analysing pharmaceutical raw materials
- quality control
- QC analyst
- entry level
- analytical chemist
- large molecules