A leader in the pharmaceutical industry is seeking a motivated new addition to join their technical services team. This is a great opportunity for someone with a Scientific Degree and a background in Chemistry and/or Chemical Engineering to kick-start a great career.
This role will mainly focus on providing life cycle support for solid dose and liquid pharmaceuticals through all stages of development; prototyping to commercialization. This opportunity is currently slated to last for 12 months, but could extend and/or convert to a permanent opportunity at that time.
- Completes technical assessments, annual review of product validations, and investigations for commercial products.
- Manages tech transfer of newly developed products from R&D to the Operations groups.
- Revise existing Manufacturing Orders, Ingredient Disclosures, Excipient Threshold Limits, and support process optimizations.
- Run commercial scale formulation and scale-up work, perform developmental trial batches to support post launch submissions.
- Manage projects to support MRB, PEM, and PPT.
- Design and ensure execution of infancy/monitoring programs for new products or changes to existing commercial products.
- Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Pharmaceutical Sciences or related field.
- Ability to work independently on multiple concurrent projects with minimal guidance and to meet project deadlines.
- Must possess in depth knowledge of principles, concepts and practices in pharmaceutical sciences and manufacturing processes.
- Interpersonal, organization and communication skills, ability to work effectively with staff members at all levels, strong technical writing skills, familiarity with cGMP and FDA regulations.
- Understanding of development and/or reformulation of tablet and liquid formulas preferred.
- Computer literacy with a working knowledge Microsoft Office (Excel and Word), with SAP experience preferred.
If interested, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Experis is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE/AA)