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Laboratory Analyst – Temporary

We have a great opportunity available for an experienced Laboratory Analyst to join our well established and well respected Client based in Loughborough for an in initial 12 month period.

This laboratory analyst role will involve testing of drug products from early feasibility studies through to supporting activities associated with registration stability and full development. To be considered for this laboratory analyst position, you must be able to provide evidence of medical device testing.
Key Job Responsibilities
• Generate, record and report analytical data in line with departmental procedures
• Complete work and documentation to standards of compliance designated by external Regulatory bodies and internal Company procedures
• Investigate atypical results using basic problem-solving techniques
• Ability to suggest improvements and generate ideas
• Have a good attendance and time keeping record in accordance with general working practices of the department
Key Skills & Experience
• Experience of pharmaceutical product testing in a GMP environment
• Experience of testing inhalation products is preferred but not essential
• Working knowledge of analytical instrumentation, preferably HPLC/UPLC, GC, IR and UV
• Experience of HPLC analysis is strongly advantageous
• Experience of the development and optimisation of HPLC/UPLC methodology
• Experience of the theory and practice of validating HPLC/UPLC methodology
• Knowledge of Analytical Chemistry and its practical application in a non-academic setting
• Understanding of basic statistics
• Computer literate, familiar with Microsoft Word and Excel
• Good communication skills
• Good organisational, interpersonal, and time management skills
• Enthusiastic, Flexible, Conscientious and Proactive approach
• To work efficiently with supervision or unsupervised as required
• Take a positive approach to own training
• Good decision making and problem-solving skills
• Demonstrate concern for safety and GMP when carrying out work
This role is full time, 37.5hrs per week Monday – Friday.