Pfizer QC Laboratory Analyst II in Kalamazoo, Michigan
Positions are in the API HPLC Laboratory. Works effectively in a fast-paced, customer-oriented, team laboratory environment to analyze final API samples. This is in support of the company's quality program in the chemistry laboratory. The successful candidate is a subject matter expert in at least one basic technology, and preferably has HPLC experience. Performs, documents, and troubleshoots qualitative or quantitative HPLC assays on samples using techniques that vary from use of standard laboratory equipment to highly modern and automated instrumentation. Interprets and evaluates data in terms of accuracy , precision, trends, and potential GMP impact and recommends appropriate corrective action where necessary. Participates in laboratory investigations as required. Participates in laboratory visual management and standard work initiatives.
Occasional overtime as required to meet supply and customer needs.
Works effectively in a fast-paced, customer focused and team oriented laboratory environment to analyze final API and for sale intermediate samples via HPLC in support of the company's quality program in the chemistry laboratory. Working independently at a high productivity level, performs, documents, record checks, and troubleshoots qualitative or quantitative HPLC assays on samples using techniques that vary from use of standard laboratory equipment to highly modern and automated instrumentation. Interprets and evaluates data in terms of accuracy, precision, trends, and potential GMP impact and recommends appropriate corrective action where necessary. The candidate will also participate in the unit visual workload management and standard work programs. Occasional overtime as required to meet supply and customer needs.
AAS, BA/BS, or MS in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or related science. The preferred candidate has a minimum of 2 years related experience in Quality Operations. Preferred candidate has HPLC experience.
The successful candidate must have familiarity with at least one high complexity technology (e.g. HPLC, uHPLC, GC, advanced spectroscopy, etc.) or with at least 2 or more low to medium complexity technologies (e.g. TLC, titrations, wet chemistry/physical testing, water testing, etc.) as required by the business unit. The successful candidate must also have demonstrated the ability to quickly learn new skills/techniques. High productivity and the ability to multi-task coupled with a low error rate and attention to detail are critical characteristics of this position. Must demonstrate flexibility/agility and engagement in a changing environment. The candidate needs good laboratory technique to avoid cross-contamination or misidentification of samples. Able to comprehend and perform both routine and non-routine analyses from compendial and internal sources. Must be team oriented and due date focused.
Laboratory and office work requiring walking, standing, and sitting throughout a shift.
This position may require colleagues to work weekends and/or holidays to meet business or customer needs. All laboratory colleagues adhere to safe work practices such as wearing appropriate personal protective equipment including lab coat, safety glasses, and gloves. There is no routine travel associated with this position.
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Last Date to Apply for Job: 5/9/18
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