Job Description

Medical

QC Analyst

Location:
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear
Salary:

Job Requirements/Description
CY Partners are currently looking to recruit a number of experienced Analytical Chemists on behalf of a North East based Pharmaceutical CDMO. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing organisation with state of the art lab facilities and opportunities for personal development. Responsibilities * To perform analysis and report results in accordance with cGMP requirements for laboratory operations. * To investigate analytical deviations and out of specification results with appropriate rigour and to contribute to their root cause resolution. * To organise calibration and maintenance of analytical equipment. * As required, to perform routine auditing of laboratory areas. * As a SAP user the job holder will be required to carry out assigned SAP transactions in an accurate and timely manner. * To perform technical transfers between internal and external customers. * To support method validation programs. * To support cGMP stability programs. * To characterise reference materials for use in cGMP analysis. * Develop, evaluate and prepare analytical methods and SOPs as required. * Ensure cGMP/GLP compliance Requirements * A Minimum BSc Degree in Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Sciences or equivalent experience. * Prior experience in a cGMP environment is desirable * Knowledge and experience of standard Analytical Chemistry techniques such as HPLC & GC * Strong communication skills and an attention to detail. If this role is of interest to you, please feel free to contact Graham Hankinson at CY Partners for further information. The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove that they are legally entitled to work in the UK. CY Partners Recruitment Ltd, trading as CY Partners is an Employment Business/Agency
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