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|Title:||Senior Analytical Chemist|
|Job Location:||Brampton, Ontario - Canada|
|Salary:||contact recruiter for details|
|Employer Will Recruit From:||Nationwide|
Our client located in Brampton, ON is actively seeking a qualified candidate to fill this full time permanent position.
• Develop, validate and document new analytical methods with minimum supervision.
• Prepare development/validation and other research reports.
• Report and clearly document all research work in performed.
• Report GMP work in accordance with current GMP/GLP regulations.
• Participate in activities leading to product approval (i.e. deficiency letter responses for chemistry issues, investigations, etc., with specific tasks outlined by the Manager).
• Provide technical support to R&D Analytical Chemists.
• Assist the Analytical Chemists with out-of-spec investigations.
• Participate in the training/coaching of new staff.
• Isolate/identify/synthesize impurities as required.
• Evaluate spectroscopic data (NMR, MS, IR).
• Research and prepare product and packaging material specifications.
• Maintain a clean laboratory environment and ensure that safety regulations are followed.
• Complete all GMP Documentation correctly and in a timely manner.
• Complete all training assignments and maintain personal training records.
• Participate in and/or lead Non Conformance Investigations.
• Complete Corrective and Preventative Actions (CAPA’s).
• Initiate and follow through with actions required to close Change Controls.
• Participate in Internal, Customer and Regulatory Audits.
• Other duties as assigned.
• B. Sc. in Chemistry or related pharmaceutical discipline.
• Minimum five (5) years of relevant experience in a pharmaceutical R&D environment.
• Superior theoretical and practical knowledge of organic, inorganic and analytical chemistry including in-depth knowledge of gas and liquid chromatography, spectrography and other analytical techniques employed in pharmaceutical development.
• Familiarity with modern computer assisted analytical instrumentation methods and with older techniques (i.e. titration).
• Sound theoretical and practical knowledge of chromatography and spectrography
• Good knowledge and understanding of GMP-s and GLP-s, as well as with pertinent FDA and Health Canada guidelines
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills, ability to communicate and work effectively in a team-based environment
• Knowledge of applicable software
• Good organizational skills; Multi-tasking ability
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