Sr. Laboratory Technician
TalentBurst, Inc. - Kansas City, MO

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Job Title : Sr. Laboratory Technician

Job Duration : Six months Plus

Location : Kansas City, MO

Overall Purpose of the Job:
A QC Laboratory Technicians conduct testing of analytical samples for the specific Laboratory area (Chromatography, Dissolution, Raw Materials).

The QC Sr. Laboratory Technician performs his/her work in a safe and effective manner in compliance with cGMP and regulatory requirements.

The function of this position is to perform chemical testing following approved methodology, to assure that the potency, purity, safety, and stability of products, components, and in process stages are in compliance with approved chemical specifications.

Additionally this position reviews test results, helps solves problems related to technical and equipment issues, and is a training resource for other lab associates.

Conducts chemical and physical testing of raw materials, in-process, finished products, and stability product using established test methods to prove accurate and reliable data to assure strength, identity, and purity

Follows SOPs, GMPs, and approved specifications for data generation and documentation

Assure that data generated and reported is accurate, reliable, and reproducible.

Reviews and release data entered into a computer based Laboratory Information Management System.

Calibrates basic instrumentation

May participate in team audits such as housekeeping and safety

Attention to details

Good verbal and written communication skills

Effective time management

Ability to work independently and as part of a group

Problem solving

Computer skills (i.e. Microsoft Word and Excel, PeakPro, SQL*LIMS)

Awareness of laboratory instrumentation and troubleshooting techniques (i.e. HPLC, GC, dissolution, autotitrators, AA)

Data review and release of product

Investigations (i.e. Laboratory investigation reports, OOS/OOT investigations)

Good documentation practices

Laboratory Safety