Pace Analytical

  • Associate Chemist

    Job Locations US-MN-Maple Grove
    ID
    2018-2630
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Science
  • Overview

    The Associate Chemist will provide analytical and technical support to new product development. They will complete analytical testing and various lab support functions in a timely manner and according to cGMPs. 

    Responsibilities

    • Read, understand, and follow the current laboratory SOPs, analytical methods and study protocols
    • Document equipment usages and analytical results in a timely manner that can be readily followed by reviewers and is consistent with cGMP and in-house SOPs
    • Perform analytical testing according to established or preliminary methods such as cleaning validation samples, dissolutions, assay, impurities/degradation products, content/blend uniformity, pH, viscosity, titrations, general USP testing, residual solvents and other analytical methods
    • Pro-actively assist others with laboratory activities, such as, but not limited to, dissolution testing setup and cleanup, bulk solution and reagent preparation and stability sample labeling
    • Review raw data and ensure it meets cGMPs and in-house SOPs, is scientifically sound and can be readily followed by auditors
    • Gather source documentation or summary data required for regulatory submissions or technical reviews
    • Clean laboratory glassware and actively participate in lab-wide routine clean up and inspection activities

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor's degree in Chemistry, Biology, or related field
    • 1 year of industry experience - GMP preferred
    • Knowledge of dissolutions or HPLC required
    • Organizational skills
    • Ability to write reports that can easily be followed by reviewers

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