Stability Analyst - Synergy Reckitt Benckiser

Stability Analyst - Synergy Reckitt Benckiser
  • Competitive
    ANNUM
  • Permanent
  • Kingston Upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, UK Kingston Upon Hull East Riding of Yorkshire UK HU8 7DS
Job Ref: J2161704
Sector: Science
Sub-sector: Pharmaceuticals
Date Added: 14 October 2021
Stability Analyst - Hull

Stability Analyst - Synergy Reckitt BenckiserContract: PermanentLocation: HullSynergy are currently looking for a Stability Analyst to join our team who are working within a Client organisation based in Hull. The successful candidate will primarily support the testing of stability products, perform HPLC and other analytical testing.Synergy, part of SRG, offer a range of scientific solutions to different Clients in the Life Sciences sector. We can offer a competitive salary, a range of excellent benefits and access to training & development opportunities within the role. Are you a graduate with some previous analytical experience working within a GMP environment? Have you used HPLC, GC and other analytical techniques?We are currently recruiting for a Stability Analyst to join Synergy - Reckitt Benckiser.Key Responsibilities will include:* To run samples assays on HPLCs.* Report OOT/OOS results, and work with supervisor to bring investigations to a close.* Check and report analysis results as required.* Maintain laboratory instrument log books.* Write and review SOP as required.* Perform daily and weekly housekeeping activities.* Perform and document instrument calibration, qualification and validation.Candidate Requirements:* BSc or MSc in Chemistry or related discipline.* Experience in a GMP environment is desirable * Experience with HPLC.

To apply click the link or send your CV to thomas.ramsay@srgtalent.com

Key words: Analytical / HPLC / GMP / Stability / Chemistry / SOP / GC

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13/11/2021 11:05:29
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Contact Consultant:
Thomas Ramsey

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