Performs quality control testing for raw materials, product, and environmental samples according to approved Standard Operating Procedures. Completes testing documentation and data entry as required for procedures and tests performed. Utilizes cGMP practices in documentation and execution of job functions. Performs testing as needed to generate data for method validations and other special projects, following general instructions on routine work and detailed instructions on new assignments. Fulfills requests from management for assistance in other matters as needed. Accountable for following Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and adhering to cGMP guidelines. Performs instrument calibration or qualification according to written procedures.
Familiarity with chemical, biochemical, and/or microbiological testing is desired. Good communication skills, detailed-oriented, and ability to work well with others necessary. Flexible with ability to handle multiple priorities. Computer and data entry skills. Ability to perform math calculations involving dilutions, fractions, decimals, and percentages. Understand and follow instructions, record information, find solutions to practical problems or request assistance.
Bachelor's degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, or related science discipline. One to three years of experience in a laboratory setting required. Work in a regulated environment (FDA, EPA, etc) is preferred, but not required.