Marketplace Technical

Stability Analyst

Location
Hertfordshire, England, Borehamwood
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
19 Jun 2021
Closes
29 Jun 2021
Ref
MATECBB417AA
Contact
Andrew Williams
Discipline
Quality, QA / QC
Hours
Part Time
Contract Type
Permanent
Experience Level
Experienced (non-manager)

International Pharmaceutical Manufacturer seeks an experienced Stability Analyst on a part time basis, 3 days per week 9 am till 5 pm.

About the role:

To contribute to the Quality Laboratory function, through competently taking and testing samples in accordance with departmental Standard Operating Procedures, Policies, and to the principles of GMP.

Duties may include:

  • Set up stability trials, collect and distribute Stability samples.
  • Update Stability spreadsheets and records.
  • Ship samples to outside testing laboratories (OTLs) and coordinate receipt of results back.
  • Perform a variety of testing in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures, policies and GMP.
  • Provide practical and administrative assistance to the laboratories testing stability samples.
  • Be responsible for preparing reagents, standards and control samples and contribute to general laboratory housekeeping duties.
  • Promptly report deviations, out-of-specification / limits results. Assist where required with investigations.
  • Read, collate, report and archive results using defined documentation and computer systems.
  • Ensure equipment used is clean, calibrated and maintained. Perform system suitability checks where required.
  • Assist with the calibration or validation of laboratory equipment and automated systems.
  • Operate a variety of instrumentation and computer software packages intended for data analysis, collation and other related applications (e.g. LIMS).
  • Participate in the receipt of audits from internal and external sources, ensuring own work area is audit ready at all times.
  • Adhere to record and data integrity requirements.
  • Perform any other aspects of laboratory testing and support the objectives of the department as required.

Skills and experience:

  • Degree in a relevant scientific discipline
  • Experience of working in a laboratory environment.
  • Understanding of GMP/GLP.
  • Good knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry, both within a laboratory and across pharmaceutical processes.
  • Knowledge of laboratory SOPs and ability to revise and write new procedures.
  • Understanding and knowledge of laboratory operations and practical work.
  • Knowledge of stock control and budgeting in own area
  • Experience in using analytical equipment and pipettes.
  • Experience in writing reports

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