Quality Control Senior Analyst

  • Basis:  Full-Time
  • Closing Date:  14 Mar, 2020
  • Job Ref:  KMP-52561

Job Description

Job Purpose:

  • Sustaining the global quality control program, sample, test and release raw materials, intermediates and finished products, in order to support the business requirements.
  • To support the finished products stability programme.

Role responsibilities:

  • Experience of working in a GMP environment.
  • Quantitative and qualitative analysis of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs).
  • Analysis of raw materials and starting materials received by the warehouse; analysis of intermediates from internal production.
  • Analysis and management of chemical-physical standards.
  • Compilation of the certificate of analysis.
  • Preparation of sample for consignment.
  • Contacts with external laboratories for product analysis and release.
  • Management of department documentation.
  • Analysis and management of stability studies.
  • Study and execution of analytical methods.
  • Preparation and analysis of various reagents.
  • Management of non-conforming analytical results. Carrying out the resulting investigation.
  • Relationships with analytical equipment suppliers in order to solve any emerging issues.
  • Execution of analytical method transfer.
  • Recording of analytical results.
  • Management of solid / liquid laboratory waste.
  • Execution of internal periodic calibration of the instruments according to procedures currently in force.

Experience and knowledge requirements:

  • Degree in a scientific discipline (with strong chemistry content).
  • 3 years of relevant and proven professional experience gained within a similar position(s), at a similar level.
  • Knowledge of the English language. Italian will be considered an asset.
  • Highly skilled in the use of principal analytical techniques (HPLC, GC, IR, UV).
  • Analytical and problem-solving ability.
  • Good IT skills e.g. Microsoft Office (Word, Excel).
  • Ability to remain focused in stressful situations, by remaining composed and by taking practical and effective action when this proves necessary, despite shifting priorities, work load, and external pressures.