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Scientist 1, Analytical Chemistry Development

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JOB TITLE:
Scientist 1, Analytical Chemistry Development
JOB TYPE:

JOB SKILLS:
JOB LOCATION:
Vernon Hills Illinois / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION :
Purpose of Position:

This position provides analytical chemistry support and/or remediation to all chemistry-related projects for BD products currently on the market as well as participating in the conduct of the stability testing program to support the approval of process and/or product design changes. As needed, this position also supports the development and validation of analytical methodologies for incoming raw materials, in-process, and finished product release testing.

General Functions, Specific Responsibilities, and Authority:

Chemistry testing, data review and entry, protocol/report generation, laboratory maintenance and support.

Knowledge, Education, and Skills Required:

• Education

BS/MS in Chemistry / Pharmaceutics with related science experience

• Skills

o Demonstrates developed knowledge of respective scientific discipline and standard scientific method and techniques.
o Excellent scientific writing skills.
o Ability to multi-task various activities.
o Troubleshoot issues that arise and solve problems.
o Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

• Experience

o 2-4 years’ experience in pharmaceutical analytical chemistry is essential.
o Hands-on experience with wet-chemistry and instrumental techniques (i.e. pH, tritration, UV-Vis, GC, HPLC).
o Experience in working within an FDA regulated environment and GMP documentation requirements.

• Specialized Knowledge

o Ability to discuss scientific strategies/results and interact with other functional areas, including Regulatory, Manufacturing, and Quality.
o Previous experience with writing scientific protocols and reports.

Position Details

Jun 08, 2021
Health Care
S16204860891815598
Illinois / United States
Vernon Hills
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In Dallas Fort Worth
Aug 19, 2017 9am-6pm
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Purpose of Position:

This position provides analytical chemistry support and/or remediation to all chemistry-related projects for BD products currently on the market as well as participating in the conduct of the stability testing program to support the approval of process and/or product design changes. As needed, this position also supports the development and validation of analytical methodologies for incoming raw materials, in-process, and finished product release testing.

General Functions, Specific Responsibilities, and Authority:

Chemistry testing, data review and entry, protocol/report generation, laboratory maintenance and support.

Knowledge, Education, and Skills Required:

• Education

BS/MS in Chemistry / Pharmaceutics with related science experience

• Skills

o Demonstrates developed knowledge of respective scientific discipline and standard scientific method and techniques.
o Excellent scientific writing skills.
o Ability to multi-task various activities.
o Troubleshoot issues that arise and solve problems.
o Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

• Experience

o 2-4 years’ experience in pharmaceutical analytical chemistry is essential.
o Hands-on experience with wet-chemistry and instrumental techniques (i.e. pH, tritration, UV-Vis, GC, HPLC).
o Experience in working within an FDA regulated environment and GMP documentation requirements.

• Specialized Knowledge

o Ability to discuss scientific strategies/results and interact with other functional areas, including Regulatory, Manufacturing, and Quality.
o Previous experience with writing scientific protocols and reports.