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Location : Burlington, NJ
Job Type : Contract
Reference Code : 2338
Hours : Full Time
Travel : No
Relocation : No

Job Description :


Chemist is responsible for performing physical and chemical testing in support of the site QA/QC program and assist with strategic plans.

This includes: initiating continuous improvement projects, supporting Global Quality Standards and compliance with cGMP regulations.

Performs physical and chemical testing of raw material, in process and finished product in accordance with standard procedures

Approves materials and product based on test results

Performs sensory evaluations on raw materials, intermediates and finished products

Performs necessary adjustments to in process batches when an out of specification result is identified by calculating accurate additions to the batch using the test results as a baseline

Communicates the required addition to the operations department who performs the adjustments and the resulting sample tested again to determine compliance to specification Blocks any out of specification product Collects and analyzes test data to identify root cause, draw conclusions and recommend actions

Provide support to facility to resolve non-conformance issues and identify corrective and preventative actions

Technology Transfer support analytical method transfers from R&D to lab and train other chemists on the new methodology and the technology

Support and manage the ordering of lab and office supplies to ensure adequate inventory for business continuity

Participates in failure investigations to identify root cause and recommend corrective and preventive actions

Acquires basic knowledge of plant floor operations and equipment

Applies appropriate methodologies and data interpretation techniques to assist in overcoming technical difficulties and promote continuous improvement

Maintains the laboratory quality assurance systems to assure validity of data

Performs or assists vendor in the installation qualification IQ , operational qualification OQ and performance qualification PQ of laboratory instruments and equipment Conducts lab verification of instruments

Maintains accurate, up to date and concise laboratory notebooks and records

Uses laboratory safety equipment and understands precautions in handling reagents and disposal of chemical waste according with local environmental regulations

Troubleshoots basic instrument problems

Has in depth knowledge of how to operate analytical instruments and other standard laboratory equipment relevant to job responsibilities

Understands and precisely follows written lab procedures, global methods, local methods and published standard or compendia sources

Has in depth knowledge of how to calibrate and maintain analytical instruments and the use of analytical reference standards relevant to job description

Maintain awareness of regulatory and GMP requirements relevant to job responsibilities



Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry

At least one year experience in an industrial laboratory environment

Demonstrated knowledge of validations, cGMP/GLP, maintenance & instrumentation calibration, and able to work in a fast pace environment


Proficient knowledge of computer and computer software: Excel, Word, Power Point Preferred Qualifications: Master’s Degree or Bachelor’s degree with 2 years of experience in Chemistry or related Science Experience in driving cGMP improvements to comply with 21CFR Part 210 & 211 regulations

Experience in a manufacturing environment




Required Qualifications :
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