Stability Analyst - Borehamwood | Zoek UK
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Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, England
Unspecified (Part time)
International Pharmaceutical Manufacturer seeks an experienced Stability Analyst on a part time basis, 3 days per week 9 am till 5 pm.
About the role:
To contribute to the Quality Laboratory function, through competently taking and testing samples in accordance with departmental Standard Operating Procedures, Policies, and to the principles of GMP.
Duties may include:
Set up stability trials, collect and distribute Stability samples.
Update Stability spreadsheets and records.
Ship samples to outside testing laboratories (OTLs) and coordinate receipt of results back.
Perform a variety of testing in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures, policies and GMP.
Provide practical and administrative assistance to the laboratories testing stability samples.
Be responsible for preparing reagents, standards and control samples and contribute to general laboratory housekeeping duties.
Promptly report deviations, out-of-specification / limits results. Assist where required with investigations.
Read, collate, report and archive results using defined documentation and computer systems.
Ensure equipment used is clean, calibrated and maintained. Perform system suitability checks where required.
Assist with the calibration or validation of laboratory equipment and automated systems.
Operate a variety of instrumentation and computer software packages intended for data analysis, collation and other related applications (. LIMS).
Participate in the receipt of audits from internal and external sources, ensuring own work area is audit ready at all times.
Adhere to record and data integrity requirements.
Perform any other aspects of laboratory testing and support the objectives of the department as and experience:
Degree in a relevant scientific discipline
Experience of working in a laboratory environment.
Understanding of GMP/GLP.
Good knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry, both within a laboratory and across pharmaceutical processes.
Knowledge of laboratory SOPs and ability to revise and write new procedures.
Understanding and knowledge of laboratory operations and practical work.
Knowledge of stock control and budgeting in own area
Experience in using analytical equipment and pipettes.
Experience in writing reports