​Scientific Associate

Location Allschwil
Job type: Contract
Contact name: Jolie Trahar

Contact email: jolie.trahar@rbwconsulting.com
Contact phone: 01293364082
Job ref: JMTSA
Published: about 1 month ago
Expiry date: 14 May 2024 23:59

Scientific Associate

Are you ready to be at the forefront of ensuring pharmaceutical products meet the highest quality standards? We invite skilled individuals to apply for the position of Scientific Associate in Analytical Development / Quality Control at our client’s cutting-edge facility in Allschwil, Switzerland. This is a 12-month contract position where you'll play a crucial role in the analytical development of Drug Substance (DS) and Drug Product (DP).

Responsibilities and Tasks:

  • Method Development: Lead the development, optimization, and application of analytical methods, including purity, stability, content, and potential genotoxic impurity determinations.

  • Documentation: Write up analytical methods for implementation and ensure proper documentation of all analytical activities according to Good Documentation Practices.

  • Study Conduct: Conduct release, retest, stability studies, transfer, and validation analyses in compliance with GMP and regulatory guidelines.

  • Data Interpretation: Interpret and document analytical data from various stages including method development, release, retest, validation, stability, and transfer.

  • Reporting: Write up analytical protocols and reports for validation and stability studies.

  • Equipment Maintenance: Ensure adequate maintenance and operation of analytical equipment according to GMP standards.

  • Compliance: Draft and review Certificates of Analysis (CoAs), Analytical Results Sheets, SOPs, GUIs, TPLs, and FRMs.

  • Training: Provide training to laboratory personnel and ensure cleanliness of the laboratory and workspace.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Degree or apprenticeship in relevant life sciences subject.

  • Circa 2 years+ work experience in an analytical laboratory.

  • Basic knowledge of GMP

  • Proficiency in sample preparation, HPLC instrumentation, and techniques.

  • Familiarity with spectroscopic methods such as UV/VIS, IR, and basic troubleshooting skills for analytical analyses.

  • Strong communication, time management, and team-working skills.

  • Proficient in English.

Apply Now!

If you're ready to contribute your expertise to the development and quality control of life-changing pharmaceutical products, we want to hear from you! Submit your application today and contribute in shaping the future of medicine.

Note: This is a 12-month contract position based in Allschwil, Switzerland.


Our Client is able to support EU Citizen’s visas to work in Switzerland.