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Reagent Manufacturing Analytical

Stirling
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64324/001_1631003371

Overview

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Reagent Manufacturing Scientist - Analytical

A rare opportunity to join a busy reagent manufacturing team on a day shift basis! Working with ground breaking technology and making a real difference to people!

Key Responsibilities:

  • Evaluate performance of raw and in-process materials at critical stages of manufacture and carry out final formulation testing to support manufacturing activities, work to established test specifications.

  • Prepare process buffers and stock solutions to allow reagent manufacturing, testing and validation schedule to be met.

  • Support preparation and manufacture of assay reagents safely, efficiently and in line with schedule and SOPs/WIs to meet strip production requirements.

  • Carry out routine calibration, maintenance and running of laboratory and analytical equipment and support external supplier maintenance activities as required.

  • Support the purchasing of appropriate equipment and the validation activities for the manufacture and testing of all reagents.

  • Ensure raw material and consumable availability for new test methods, creating documentation where required and communicating with Supply Chain

  • Execute validation and ongoing monitoring of analytical test methods and equipment.

  • Support development and transfer of new analytical test methods for raw materials, intermediates and final manufactured assay reagents.

  • Schedule routine calibration, maintenance and running of laboratory and analytical equipment and support external supplier maintenance activities as required.

About You:

We are looking for a highly motivated individual with exceptional attention to detail and high level of skills in problem solving and a can do attitude, along with the following experience:

Essential Skills:

  • Degree qualified in a relevant scientific discipline including Analytical Chemistry.

  • Experience and strong knowledge of HPLC/UPLC, FCM, DLS, Rheology, MS, UV/Visible spectrophotometry, and related wet chemistry techniques.

  • Experience working within a manufacturing laboratory following good lab practices and confidence to work without supervision.

  • Ability to create and follow complex protocols and accurately complete batch records.

  • Knowledge of GMP standards, including Validation protocols and Non-Conformances.

  • Can work well within a group environment.

  • Computer literacy and data analysis skills.

Desirable Skills

  • Commercial diagnostic assay experience.

  • Knowledge of Nanoparticles and Antibody Conjugates.

  • Six Sigma Green Belt or Black Belt Qualification.

  • Experience in statistical analysis techniques.

  • Knowledge and experience of working within a biohazard environment.

Apply online in the first instance or contact Nichola Lumley Tel: 0141 270 5135 or email your CV: nlumley@fpsg.com

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