The Analytical Scientist is responsible for the development and validation of analytical methodologies used in analytical laboratory. In addition the Analytical Scientist performs analytical tasks using modern analytical pharmaceutical instrumentation (chromatographic, spectroscopic), or traditional physical
• and wet-chemical technique.
•Issue the New Product Assessment report to provide safety and cleaning information.
•Develop, establish, validate and transfer analytical methods as assigned.
•Work with various analytical methods including cleaning verification, assay and impurities, dissolution, and residual solvents for API's, in-process control, finished products, and excipients analysis.
•Familiar with chromatographic (HPLC/GC) and spectroscopic technique
•Perform physical and wet chemical methods verification if applicable.
•Routinely discuss the status of assignments and potential problem with supervisor.
•Providing regular communication to internal and external customers via written reports and teleconferences.
•Review, analyze data and information for technical correctness and accuracy, interpret and evaluate results properly.
•Maintaining compliant documentation for all laboratory experimentation.
•Submit complete experimental records for review. Ensure data is filed and accessible for retrieve in accordance with applicable standard operating procedures.
•Perform initial and stability testing for R&D lab batches and demonstration batches to support formulation development.
•Perform laboratory instrumentation qualification, preventative maintenance, calibration and minor repair with proper documentation as needed.
•Write and review Standard Operating Procedures, analytical deviations and laboratory investigations as needed.
•Organize the workload and coordinate activities to carry out multiple projects concurrently and in accordance established objectives, timelines and deadlines.
•Exhibit safety awareness and conduct laboratory operations and chemical disposal in a safe manner, maintain a clean and organized work environment.
•Maintain familiar with current, relevant scientific literature and technologies.
•Demonstrate a high level of professionalism, enthusiasm, dedication and productivity.
•Bachelor's degree, Master's or PhD in chemistry, pharmaceutical sciences, or other related field.
•At least 0-3 years of experience in pharmaceutical analytical development I quality control.
Why Piramal? Our People and Technology
Working at Piramal will provide you with the opportunity to work in a brand new, state of the art laboratory surrounded by talented, hardworking, team-oriented professionals.
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