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Job Title: Chemist I
Location: Elizabeth, NJ
Shift: M-F 8am - 5pm
Job Status: 6 Month Contract
This position performs analyses, inspection, and testing of products, raw materials, in-process materials, release test samples, stability samples, or packaging materials. Performs qualitative and quantitative assays on samples, to ensure quality standards and compliance with company standards, customer and governmental regulatory requirements, and product specifications for the chemical or physical properties. Uses approved Test Methods, Protocols, Procedures (SOP s) and Corporate Policies while maintaining adherence to current industry standards. Employs variety of analytical techniques that vary from standard analytical equipment to highly modern and automated instrumentation, aides in maintenance and certification of test instruments and apparatus to ensure compliance. May be involved or responsible for performing Laboratory Investigations, Change Controls, audit/review of laboratory data, implementing CAPA, Planning and scheduling laboratory activities, and coordinating process improvements.
Essential Duties / Functions
Follow established laboratory safety procedures.
Analyze samples using appropriate instrumentation (depending on training, some or all of the following would apply HPLC, GC, UV, IR, KF, pH, etc.) while following current Methods & Procedures (SOP s).
Process and report HPLC instrumental analysis using Empower data processing software.
Process and report other instrumental analysis using the instrument specific data processing software.
Document all activities in a legible manner following established formats and procedures.
Identify and troubleshoot problems with instrumentation and analytical preparations.
Initiate and conduct laboratory investigations
Review and approve analytical data
Participate in process improvement projects
Train new and current employees.
BS/BA in Chemistry, or BS in a Related Science
Minimum 0 - 1 year in a pharmaceutical laboratory environment.
Specialized or Technical Knowledge, Licenses, Certifications required Must possess knowledge regarding various tests and wet chemistry techniques that pertain to Raw Material and/or Finished Product analyses (depending on assigned product line, some or all of the following would apply Viscosity, Thin Layer Chromatography, various forms of Limit Tests , etc.)
Knowledge of cGMP s.
Knowledge of compendia procedures where applicable (i.e., USP, NF, BP, etc.).
Possess good written and oral communication skills.
Proficiency with Empower software and Microsoft Office Word and Excel.
Possess strong mathematical skills fractions, percentages, ratios and algebraic expressions.
Possess good problem solving skills