Provides routine analyses in a chemistry environment by following standard practices. Performs analytical methods as assigned for testing on stability samples. Supports Central Stability Laboratory operations. Makes detailed observations and reviews, documents, and communicates test results. Good knowledge and understanding of basic instrumental technologies. Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative chemical analysis. Awareness of quality and regulatory requirements in the pharmaceutical industry. Good problem solving skills and logical approach to solving scientific problems. Demonstrable interpersonal and communication skills (both oral and written). Ability to read and interpret technical procedures and governmental regulations.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in physical science, preferably in Chemistry or Biology is required.
Experience: Typically requires no previous related experience. Experience performing chemical tests with chromatographic (Empower 3), spectroscopic, or other analytical technique preferred.
Equivalency: Equivalent combinations of education, training, and relevant work experience may be considered.