Senior NPD Analyst
|£30000 - £35000 per annum
Senior NPD Analyst
Location: East London
Salary: £30,000 – £35,000 + Benefits
Hours: Monday to Friday 37.5hpw
Job Type: Permanent
The company is a European-based specialty pharmaceutical company with global reach and is a committed player in the treatment of pain, addiction and critical care.
In the UK we are recognised as a key partner to the NHS and the private hospital sector with our range of quality products.
We develop, manufacture and commercialise value-adding drugs at our two manufacturing sites facilities in Romford, Essex and in Northern France. That specialise in the development and production of sterile injectables and oral liquids.
We are now looking to recruit a Senior New Product Development Analysts to join us in Romford.
Main Responsibilities and Duties
Under the guidance of our New Product Development Manager you will be responsible for providing the appropriate analytical support to carry out the analytical tasks required of our New Product Development department.
This will be through analytical method development, method validation, problem solving, and laboratory duties.
Experience and Qualifications
- Qualified to at least Degree/HND level standard or above,
- Minimum of 3 years appropriate laboratory experience in the pharmaceutical industry.
- Experience in HPLC analysis, preferably with appropriate method development and method validation experience
- Experience with a wide range of other analytical techniques, e.g. GC, Titration, Spectroscopy.
- Experience in Sterile product testings
- Degree level education
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