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Quality Control Analyst

  • Salary: £96 - £128 per day
  • Job type: Contract
  • Location: Haverhill, Suffolk
  • Sector: Quality & Compliance
  • Date posted: 07/08/2017
  • Job reference: J371724A

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Quality Control Analyst - Haverhill (Suffolk) - 12 months

Quality Control Analyst required to join a leading healthcare provider based in Haverhill (Suffolk) on a 12 month contract.

As part of your role, you will be responsible for the analysis (sample/ equipment), review and collation of experimental data against specifications laid down by the Quality Department.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience Required:

Must have:

  • Demonstrated ability to work consistently to quality policies and cGMP. (essential)
  • Proven, sustained competence in analytical techniques and skills relevant to group. (essential)
  • Meter Transfer activities
  • GMP Rules in line with FOB's
  • Troubleshooting of HPL's and Identify when they should be carried out.
  • A working knowledge of laboratory health and safety.
  • Demonstrated ability to successfully manage own workload to meet departmental targets.

Qualifications Required:

  • cGMP
  • Chemical Graduate (beneficial)

Key Responsibilities:

  • Sampling and analysis of raw materials, drug substances and drug products.
  • Documenting analytical data and results according to cGMP.
  • Collation of analytical data into release packs and generation of CofAs as required.
  • Review of raw data, where appropriate, ensuring all documented results are in accordance with the appropriate product/ material specification and good documentation practice.
  • Responsible for first line troubleshooting.
  • Contributes to continuous improvement.
  • May work across value streams working in accordance with the planned QC rota.
  • Training and support of others where appropriate.
  • Support projects on an as required basis.
  • Perform equipment requalifications, calibrations, services etc.
  • Ensure that equipment assigned is maintained and fit for purpose against site procedures before use.
  • Support the capital purchasing process for QC.
  • Carry out Risk/ COSHH assessments and ensure that the laboratory is maintained in a safe and tidy manner at all times.
  • Complete all corrective and preventative actions within the agreed timelines.
  • Maintain core training and prior to conducting any activity ensure you are trained in the current version.
  • Responsible for personal safety and that of others, reporting all accidents and unsafe acts and conditions.
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