|Discipline:||Operations & Manufacturing , Quality Assurance|
|Contact name:||Mark Bux-Ryan|
|Published:||about 2 months ago|
|Expiry date:||31 Oct 2023 11:59|
Raw Materials Analyst
Looking for that next step in your laboratory career in an environment that offers a bit more flexibility and a genuine pathway for progression?
Working with a global pharmaceutical service provider, who offer support from formulation and process development, through to manufacturing and analytical services, you will have the chance to be a part of a new site that is expanding significantly.
Working in a hands-on QC / analytical chemistry capacity, you will use a range of bench methods as well as instrumentation techniques to work on a variety of client focused projects. This particular role will be focused on raw material analysis.
Uniquely, this is NOT a shift-based role and more so, you will have the chance to work flexi hours everyday between 6am-7pm – as long as you are fulfilling the 37.5hr week! So, if you are looking for a later start in the morning, or an earlier finish in the afternoon, this opportunity allows for it!
Chemistry based or Pharmaceutical Science degree (or equivalent)
Raw material testing experience is essential
Appreciation of pharmacopoeia
Wider experience of finished product testing would be beneficial but not essential
A flexible approach to work and the ability to work accurately and at speed
QC, quality, control, analytical, testing, solid, dose, powders, liquids, raw, materials, stability, laboratory, analyst, technician, graduate, entry, GMP, manufacturing, HPLC, chromatography, GV, chemistry, development, validation, pharmacopoeia
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