Lab Analyst

Lab Analyst
  • Competitive
    ANNUM
  • Temporary
  • Irvine, North Ayrshire, Scotland, UK Irvine North Ayrshire UK KA11 5AR
Job Ref: J2162640
Sector: Science
Sub-sector: Pharmaceuticals
Date Added: 10 November 2021
Lab Analyst - Irvine

Shift Lab Analyst - Global pharmaceutical company

Contract: 6 months

Location Irvine, Scotland

SRG are currently recruiting a Shift Lab Analyst for our strategic partner, a global pharmaceutical company based in Irvine. This is an exciting opportunity to join the company on a 9 month contract.

In this role you will:

  • Deliver a range of analytical services to the quality department including routine analysis using classical and chromatographic techniques
  • Conduct testing on finished Products, API and intermediates
  • Practise Good Manufacturing Practice and compliance with EHS regulations within the laboratory
  • Accurately record and check analytical data in compliance with local and company regulations
  • This is a shift post requiring 24/7 cover on a rotating shift pattern, as such its recommended that you have your own transport or means of getting to site for a 6.00am start

The successful candidate will have:

  • Industrially gained experience in a similar role in a regulated environment, although applications will be considered from recent graduates with exceptionally strong analytical chemistry backgrounds predominantly in HPLC and GC techniques.
  • A degree or equivalent in Chemistry or closely related subject or relevant experience
  • Experience of classical and chromatographic techniques
  • Must be open to shift work

If you are looking for an exciting new role and want to work for a leading pharmaceutical manufacturer then this is the position for you.

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

Key Words: GMP / Chemistry / HPLC / GC

SRGTalent
10/12/2021 14:46:20
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Contact Consultant:
Thomas Ramsey

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