Posted on Aug 21, 2019 by Stamford Consultants AG
Performs analytical experiments including release analytics or in process controls in the analytical lab according to instructions ans HSE regulations and (health) risk assessments.
Key technologies to be used:
- HPLC including UHPLC with UV detection and solid knowledge and experience
- GC with direct injection (FID/ECD) AND/OR headspace GC (FID/ECD) AND/OR Titration AND/OR Karl-Fischer titration (volumetric & coulometric) AND/OR infrared spectroscopy
Documents the lab work in appropriate form (GMP/non-GMP). Fulfills all required GMP responsibilities in the scope of GMP analysis and documentation. Communicates GMP and HSE incidents/observations/deviations according to internal guidelines.
- Degree as Lab Technician
- min 3 years of work experience as lab Technician in an analytical lab
- work experience in a GMP-regulated environment
- Technical skills - must have: HPLC/UHPLC-UV, GC, IR
- Technical Skills - beneficial: HPLC-MS
- IT skills - beneficial: Chromeleon
- Languages: GERMAN & English fluent
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