QC Analyst - Dundee

Scientific and Drug Discovery - Other
Ref: 1072 Date Posted: Wednesday 19 Sep 2018
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Quality Control Analyst

Permanent 

Location – Dundee, Scotland  

This is an opportunity to work with an exciting contract manufacturing organisation.  They are dedicated to career development and have a great culture which reflects in their values.

The role of QC Analyst is full time and site based and will be responsible for performing analytical testing involved within the Quality Control Department.

Role Responsibilities:

  • Perform analytical testing of raw materials, product packaging and final product to support the release, stability and in process testing of materials for production or products for commercial use
  • Accurately follow relevant SOPs, performing all activities in accordance with cGMP requirements, reporting anomalies. Initiate and complete laboratory discrepancy events on time
  • Document test results to ensure completeness and accuracy per cGMP, keeping accurate documentation. Complies, enters and reviews data into databases, evaluating and interpreting data
  • Demonstrates hands-on knowledge of operating, maintenance and troubleshooting skills for HPLC instruments as well as quality / regulatory requirements pertinent to quality control environments / laboratories. Performing moderate to complex equipment / instrumentation troubleshooting
  • Contribute towards the development and revision of SOPs, investigations, the preparation laboratory investigation reports and implement corrective & preventative actions (CAPAs)
  • Support departmental improvement projects related to release goals, the identification of root cause for investigations and the improvement of laboratory methods
  • Performs laboratory cleaning activities
  • Assist with addressing questions during audits (internal / external) and supports inspection related needs as required
  • Ensure compliance all tasks undertaken comply with site Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and the principles of cGMP
  • Comply with all company local and global policies
  • Perform any other duties or serve in such other capacity as may be determined by Company management

About You

You will have a science degree and ideally experience within a chemical or pharmaceutical environment along with experience of working to GMP.

Also you will be required to have working experience of using HPLC and GC techniques.

Further Details

Our client is offering competitive day rates in a great working environment therefore if you are looking to further develop your career