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Quality Control Analyst Positions-US

sciresec eric at scientificresources.com
Mon Jan 29 16:48:52 EST 2001

Absolute Best pay and benefits!

Quality Control Analyst Positions -Must have lab experience cGMP and biotech
experience helpful. BS/BA or specialized training within a scientific
discipline desired.  Attention Code:  HRBJ

·        QC Analyst I-Raw Materials Dept.; Sun.-Thurs. 8:00am-5:00pm.  Lab
work, documentation, vendor contact.

·         QC Analyst I or II - Product Analysis Dept.;  Tues.-Sat.
10:30pm-7:00a.m.  Lab work to include endotoxin/bioburden testing.  TOC, pH,
conductivity, ELISA testing, SDS-Page gels
·        QC Analyst II or III - Environmental Monitoring Dept. - Mon.-Fri.,
8:00am-4:30pm.  Lab work to include RCS sampling, total particulate
monitoring using the MET One counter, surface sampling, WFI and Clean Steam
sampling, documentation, deviations, EAR reports, change controls to SOP's.
Aseptic experience is critical.

Senior Validation Specialist -   Provide leadership and technical guidance,
as well as schedule tasks for Level 1 and 2 Specialists.  Review, approve
and audit protocols and SOPs for accuracy and correctness.  Generate,
execute and close out validation protocols for CIP, SIP, Process Ops,
Utilities, and DCS/Computers.  Present training seminars on technical and
cGMP topics.  Identify operational and philosophical improvements for
validation protocols and plans.  Requires four or more years experience in a
biotechnical environment.

QA Specialist/Lot Review - Responsible for reviewing documentation
associated with manufacturing and release of cGMP product within a biotech
facility.  Maintain compliance systems and ensure all operations comply to
in-house specifications/standards.  Knowledge of cGMP industry standards
required.  Must possess good communication skills and attention to detail.

Please contact Eric at ScientificResources.com for more information or to
submit resume

Scientific Resources Inc.

214 Garden Street

Needham, MA 02492 USA

781-449-3004 Fax

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