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Analytical Chemist B

Company: LGM PHARMA SOLUTIONS LLC
Location: Irvine
Posted on: January 25, 2023

Job Description:

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: -

  • Perform analytical tests (wet chemistry, assay, impurity/degradant, dissolution and residual solvents in raw materials and finished products according to USP or in-house methods.
  • Perform method validation/verification for API and drug products.
  • Comply with cGMP regulations and follow all standard operating procedures or with manager's instructions.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot laboratory equipment and analytical instrumentation within level of experience.
  • Review peer's notebooks.
  • Coordinate with Quality Control department to smoothly transfer the methods.
  • Work with Sr. chemist to write method validation protocols and reports. ASSOCIATED DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - -
    • Perform and/or assist with equipment calibrations and qualification
    • Other related duties as required. -REQUIRED SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND QUALIFICATIONS:
      (Include level of education, years / type of experience, certifications, etc.) - -
      • 4 year degree in chemistry or related discipline.
      • 2 - 4 years experience with analytical instrumentation, such as HPLC/ GC and dissolution apparatus.
      • Ability to follow standard operating procedures.
      • Solid working knowledge of MS Office programs.
      • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal.
      • Ability to organize, prioritize and effectively perform concurrent tasks with minimal supervision.
      • Strong attention to detail.
      • Desire and ability to work in a positive team environment.

Keywords: LGM PHARMA SOLUTIONS LLC, Irvine , Analytical Chemist B, Other , Irvine, California

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