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QC Analyst - Graduate entry at SRG

QC Analyst - Graduate entry

SRG Halewood, Merseyside, Merseyside Full-Time
£13,000/ year
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QC Analyst - Graduate entry level.

Biological & analytical chemistry

Speke, Liverpool

4 on, 4 off shift 7am - 7pm

until year end 31st December 2021

Rates: £13.28 per hour + 22% shift uplift (£23,780 plus 22%)

SRG is working with a multinational research-based BioPharmaceutical Company who develop new medicines and medical devices. One of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies our client has a portfolio of products for major diseases from cancer treatments to neuroscience and respiratory which you could be a part of.

They are currently seeking a Quality Control Analyst to join their Liverpool team to be responsible for all of the QC activities that directly support execution of assigned QC elements.

You will have the opportunity to conduct routine quality control testing and assists the QC analyst and specialist as appropriate to support laboratory operations. You will have data review responsibility but not approval authority hence this role is graduate entry level, or equivalent industrial experience.

Main duties:

Performs routine laboratory tests in accordance with the appropriate cGXP, and routine tasks accurately, following strict methodologies to carry out analyses.
Performs data review and data retention activities and input data for trending purposes.
The documentation of laboratory results in an accurate, neat and timely manner in accordance with cGMP and company procedures (including completion of LIMS electronic data), as appropriate interprets results to present to senior colleagues.
Constructs, maintains and operates standard laboratory equipment as assigned, for example microscopes, plate readers, centrifuges, titrators, pipetting machines and pH meters.


Degree level/or equivalent in a scientific discipline preferably in a biological science but chemistry also accepted
Experience working in a fast paced regulated environment with good time keeping advantageous
Knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) environment / Good Laboratory Practice (GLP).
Understanding of Quality Control testing techniques. e.g HPLC, PCR, ELISA, Assay work, titrations, pH Meters
Previous Biopharmaceutical Industry experience is highly desirable

To apply to this fantastic opportunity please click the link or submit your CV with a short cover letter to Sarah at (url removed)

Key words: virology / HPLC / GC / LCMS / chemistry / pharma / GMP / GLP / biochemistry / medicine / lab / science

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