A Day in the Life
- Identifies and validates molecular targets that play a key role in a particular disease process.
- Studies origin, relationship, development, anatomy, functions, and chemical processes of living organisms; this may include studies in the growth, structure, and development of bacteria and other microorganisms.
- Conducts research to determine the effects of materials such as nutrients, drugs, serums, hormones, and other substances on tissues and vital processes of living organisms.
- Analyzes materials to determine their toxic or nontoxic properties, binding and efficacy.
- Isolates or purifies analyses, and identifies hormones, minerals, proteins, and/or cultures of microorganisms to determine their biological properties.
- Examines chemical aspects of formation of antibodies and conducts research into chemistry of cells and cell division.
- May identify and produce small quantities of new drugs, pharmaceutical compounds and/or nutrients.
- Performed Product Bioburden Testing.
- Perform Product, Water and Component Endotoxin testing using Kinect QCLMethod.
- Perform microbial identification.
- Monitoring or collect utilities samples to water system, compress air gas and nitrogen.
- Perform Micobial Court Testing by Membrane Filtration to Water samples.
- Viable Environmental Monitoring and Testing for Clean Rooms.
- Perform Sterilization lot releases: EtO, E-beam, Gamma and Steam.
- Bachelors degree required
- 0 years of experience required
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Physical Job Requirements
The physical demands described within the Responsibilities section of this job description are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. For Office Roles: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to be independently mobile. The employee is also required to interact with a computer, and communicate with peers and co-workers. Contact your manager or local HR to understand the Work Conditions and Physical requirements that may be specific to each role. (ADA-United States of America)
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Provides routine analyses in a chemistry or microbiology environment by following standard practices. Performs analytical methods as assigned for testing on raw materials, samples, stability, environmental, production intermediates, and/or human cells. Supports internal development and/or manufacturing operations. Makes detailed observations and reviews, documents, and communicates test results.
Conducts routine chemical and physical testing of pharmaceutical raw materials, packaging components, finished products, microbiological, and stability samples by internally developed and compendial test methods.
Executes validated test methods for pharmaceutical raw materials and finished products for strength, impurities, identity, and dissolution by HPLC, GC, dissolution, spectroscopy, and traditional quantitative analysis, utilizing HPLC, GC, LC/MS, dissolution, spectroscopy, and/or traditional wet chemical testing.
Recognizes and reports out-of-specification or unexpected results and non-routine analytical and product problems. Performs daily instrument calibrations / verifications as required.
Bachelor’s degree in physical science, preferably in Chemistry or Biology.
Typically requires no previous related experience. Experience performing chemical tests with chromatographic, spectroscopic, or other analytical technique preferred.
Good knowledge and understanding of basic instrumental technologies.
Knowledge of qualitative and quantitative chemical or microbiological 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.
Ability to apply mathematical operations to such tasks as determination of test reliability, analysis of variance, and correlation techniques.
Position requires ordinary ambulatory skills and physical coordination sufficient to move about office locations; ability to stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch periodically for prolonged periods of time; manipulation (lift, carry, move) of light to medium weights of 10-35 pound pound.
Safety glasses, safety shoes, lab coat, latex or similar gloves, safety apron, organic respirator occasionally.
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