QC Scientist

Recruiter
Orion Electrotech
Location
Farnham
Salary
£12 - £14/hour Negotiable DOE
Posted
17 Jun 2017
Closes
16 Jul 2017
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time
We are a growing international specialist healthcare company. Our mission is to bring to market medical products that meet the needs of specialist healthcare physicians and their patients. Due to increased work flow we have an urgent requirement for a QC Scientist to join our highly motivated team initially on a 6-month contract basis.

The QC Scientist will provide analytical testing support for all pharmaceutical and drug device products manufactured at the Farnham site. Following company Quality Standards or Pharmacopoeia methods testing will cover raw materials, excipients, components, in-process samples and finished products. Testing will include a high proportion of visual and physical measurements associated with the testing of components and embolic beads. Responsibilities will also include documenting all work in a compliant manner, participating in OOS investigations, reviewing of analytical results to ensure accuracy and compliance to test methods, preparation of all laboratory documentation, participate in the training of other laboratory personnel and participate in or lead continuous improvement programs.

Education and Experience

* Be educated to BSC (minimum) in Science or related discipline.
* Possess relevant experience in the Pharmaceutical Industry.
* Have minimum 2-3 years' experience in an analytical Laboratory.
* A knowledge of quality systems and the experience of working in a regulated environment preferred.
* Have a good knowledge of GLP/GMP.
* Have a working and technical knowledge of analytical techniques such as HPLC/GC/Dissolution/Classical Wet Analytical Techniques.
* An understanding and application of COSHH regulations in a chemical industry.

Orion Electrotech Ltd acts as both an Employment Business and Employment Agency and complies with the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations Act 2003