Sr. Analytical Scientist I

Akorn, Inc.
Job Location
5 Cedarbrook Dr
Cranbury, NJ 08512
Job Description

SR. ANALYTICAL SCIENTIST, I (Cranbury, NJ): perform analytical method development, validation protocols, summary reps; plan/execute analytical method transfer from R&D to QC lab; maintain GLP; calibrate/troubleshoot analytical inst. Send resume to Akorn, Inc., 1925 West Field Court, Ste 300, Lake Forest, IL 60045.


Master's deg. (or Bachelor's deg. + 5 yrs prog. Pharm. Sci. exp.) in Pharmacy, Chem. or rel. + knowledge of HPLC, GC, TLC, QC tech., method validation, UV-VIS spectrophotometer, IR spectroscopy, prep. SOPs. (foreign equiv. deg. OK). 
Akorn, Inc. is a niche pharmaceutical company that develops, manufactures and markets generic and branded prescription pharmaceuticals as well as animal and consumer health products. We specialize in difficult-to-manufacture sterile and non-sterile dosage forms including: ophthalmics, injectables, oral liquids, topicals, inhalants, and nasal sprays. Akorn markets its products to retail pharmacies, ophthalmologists, optometrists, physicians, veterinarians, hospitals, clinics, wholesalers, distributors, group purchasing organizations, and government agencies. 
Akorn, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and takes pride in maintaining a diverse environment. We do not discriminate in recruitment, hiring, training, promotion or any other employment practices for reasons of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, marital or veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status.

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