A brand-new opportunity has arisen with a global Pharmaceutical organisation, based in Loughborough, Leicestershire. We are looking for an Analytical Leader with a scientific experience in a GMP environment who can support the analytical development team to ensure projects are completed on time and can communicate progress to internal clients.
You will join an exciting and innovative business whose mission is to provide services across the drug development lifecycle to the pharmaceutical and biotech sectors. The Loughborough site is a contract development and manufacturing facility, producing new Pharmaceutical products for early phase clinical projects. They work to strict GMP guidelines and have a start-of-the-art facility, offering excellent opportunities for career progression.
You will provide technical leadership and coaching for senior analysts, analysts, and technicians to enable the delivery of projects. Using your technical skills of testing raw materials according to various pharmacopoeias, method development validation you will develop solutions to technical problems and defining analytical strategies for ongoing projects. You will use your excellent communication skills to update internal customers on the development of various projects.
Skills and Experience Required
BSc (or equivalent) in Chemistry or a Life Science subject with a significant chemistry component
Leading analytical activities for Pharmaceutical drug products in a GMP environment through all phases of pharmaceutical product lifecycle
Supervising GMP laboratory activities and staff
Analytical method development, this must include a high level of HPLC and raw material testing to all pharmacopoeia (British, European etc.) excipients and API ie USP and EP tests, FT-IR, UV-Vis, GC, KF, Autotitration
Experience in Cleaning Validation and Verification
Techniques used in the analysis of solid oral dosage forms ie HPLC, KF, Dissolution, Disintegration
Chromatography Data System such as Empower
Experience of client interaction (internal) preferably in a contract manufacturing organisation
Strong empathic communication skills
Experience of scheduling and planning workloads, resource and equipment.This is a permanent role with a competitive salary. If you feel like you are suitable for the role, please apply. If not and you know someone who could be great for this role, please let us know. We offer a referral fee of £250 (subject to T&C) when referring a contact to us
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