Associate II, Quality Control, Chemistry
6 month renewable contract
Moderna is seeking a Quality Control Chemistry Associate II based at their Norwood, MA site. The individual in this role will perform cGMP QC testing for QC Chemistry, release and stability. Also, this individual may support special projects as assigned. The role will be based at the Norwood, MA site working Sunday to Wednesday, 2nd shift. Here's What You'll Do:Performs routine analytical chemistry testing including HPLC, UPLC, UV, Particle Analysis and Dynamic Light Scattering. Supports special projects as assigned. May assist with Troubleshoots assay methods and equipment. ?/p??/li??li??p?Performs data entry and supports trending. Performs general laboratory support activities including reagent preparation, sample management, equipment maintenance, lab housekeeping etc.. Supports authoring of SOPs, protocols and reports LIMS (LabVantage) sample result entry, execution of Electronic Assay Forms in LIMS. Perform HPLC and NaOH plate reader based assays in support of manufacturing process stat testing as needed. Stability program support?/p??/li??li??p?Managing/stocking of QC lab supplies. Write/revise SOPs, protocols and reports. Complete and maintain cGMP documentation for work performed.?/p??/li??li??p?Participate in authoring quality systems records such as deviations, change controls, CAPA. Establish and maintain a safe laboratory working environment
Here's What You'll Bring to the Table: Minimum education required: Bachelor's degree in a relevant scientific discipline. Minimum experience required: 0-2 years in a laboratory setting with focus in analytical chemistry. Minimum knowledge required: general laboratory operations (Pipette use, pH, reagent prep, etc.). Hands on experience with HPLC instrumentation and Software. Minimum skills required. Technical writing. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Programs. Familiarity with electronic databases (e.g. LIMS, SAP, LMS). Practical working knowledge of HPLC/ UPLC and related software. Strong written and oral communication skills as well as organizational skills. Knowledge of industry standards and guidelines. Demonstrated ability to work effectively under established guidelines and instructions. Ability to collaborate effectively in a dynamic, cross-functional matrix environment.. Working knowledge of relevant and current FDA, EU, ICH guidelines and regulations.. Ability to efficiently prioritize and complete multiple projects and tasks in a fast-paced environment.
SRG is an Equal Opportunity Employer - All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other factor determined to be unlawful under applicable law.
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