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The Quality Control Laboratory Analytical Chemist III works independently under the direction of the QC Manager/Chemist V, performing analytical testing dealing with complex chemical and physical analyses associated with commercial production and stability samples. As an Analytical Chemist III, responsibilities also extend to providing technical and analytical support to the QC Laboratory when necessary.
How you’ll spend your day
Performs complex chemical and physical analyses on commercial production and stability samples efficiently, safely, and compliant (GMP), following all applicable Standard Operating Procedures and Analytical Testing Monographs.
Proficiently employs all analytical techniques and instrumentation within the laboratory.
Performs complex troubleshooting techniques to resolve analytical problems.
Produces complete, accurate, and precise analytical reports.
Responsible for the analytical and data integrity of all work performed.
Your experience and qualifications
College Diploma or University Degree in Chemistry or related science
Minimum of 5 Years of Laboratory Experience
Knowledge of technical requirements as per compendia (USP/NF, BP/EP), in-house methods, and general QC laboratory procedures
Knowledgeable in GMP/cGMP regulations as they apply to laboratories.
Knowledge of analytical instrumentation (ex., HPLC, UPLC, GC, Dissolution, UV), CDS (Chromatography Data System)
LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System), CDS (Chromatography Data System), Trackwise, MSOffice, Oracle, SQC (SmartQC)
Knowledge of and experience in a Quality Control Laboratory and working knowledge of GMP/cGMP as they pertain to the QC laboratory unit
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