CHEMICAL ANALYST & DEVELOPER

Role and Responsabilities:

  • Develop analytical methods on small organic (non-biological) and inorganic molecules for chemical and chemical-physical analyses of active ingredients, raw materials, process intermediates and finished products, including cytotoxic ones, and utilities monitoring.
  • Validate and/or verify analytical methods on small organic (non-biological) and inorganic molecules to be transferred to the QC-Lab. in accordance with ICH, USP, EP, BP, JP, etc.
  • Perform chemical and physical-chemical analyzes of raw materials, APIs and Finished Products, including cytotoxic ones, within GMP QC-Lab.
  • Document the activities through the drafting of protocols, validation reports, verification and Method Transfer.
  • Drawing up Standard Operating Procedures and Technical Reports as appropriate.
  • Monitor External Laboratories for the development, validation, method transfer and routine application of QC analytical methods on small organic (non-biological) and inorganic molecules for chemical and chemical-physical analyses.
  • Provide technical and scientific support to the analytical and pharmaceutical development projects.
  • Support the QC-Lab., the QC Manager and the Quality Assurance Unit on chemical-analytical issues.

Job Requiremets:

  • Bachelor degree in Chemistry or Pharmaceutical Chemistry or similar is required;
  • Previous lab-experience (5 years at least) in the pharmaceutical industry;
  • Knowledge of cGMPs and/or GLPs.

Skills:

  • A highly motivated individual, with excellent time management skill;
  • A very organised and methodical approach to tasks;
  • IT skills: competent in using Microsoft Office, Empower, etc.;
  • Proficiency in Italian and English (written and spoken).

Additional Requirements:

  • A level of flexibility is essential to meet varying workloads;
  • Team player.
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: italy
Working Class: Employee
Seniority: 5 years

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