We're looking for a Quality Control Analyst, working in the Pharmaceuticals & Medical Products industry in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States.
Performs testing and review of in-process, release and stability for lipids and small molecule products under cGMP.
Mentors junior analysts on assay performance.
Identifies and assists in troubleshooting aberrant data, maintain validated equipment and perform multiple HPLC based and wet chemistry analytical methods.
Assists with guidance on investigations for quality instances, CAPAs, and change controls.
Participates in OOS/OOT investigations and work cross-functionally with quality assurance, process development, manufacturing, and research and development.
The pay range we're offering is 37 to 42 per hour. This position may present an opportunity to go permanent.
Our client is an award-winning clinical development company. Improving lives globally with 20+ years’ experience in clinical research and strategic resourcing. Elevating results with proven strategies, comprehensive solutions, and customized delivery models.
Serving pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device organizations.
Strong relationships provide you connections and access to great opportunities. Industry expertise sets you up for success with helpful insights, career coaching, and professional training. Grow and learn while you put your skills to work.
Experience Required for Your Success
BA/BS degree in Biochemistry (or a related field)
2-5 years of recent professional experience in a QC lab
Established background in performing HPLC based assays for proteins, lipids, and/or small molecules under cGMP
Demonstrated experience in GMP quality systems
Knowledgeable in most or all the following techniques: Particle Size, Peptide Map, Reverse Phase, SEC, CEX, SDS-PAGE, Bioanalyzer, pH, Osmolality and other standard wet chemistry methods.
What Do You Think?
Does your experience reflect what it takes to be successful in this role? Do the work and challenges get you excited about what's possible? Apply here.