Graduate QC Radiochemist x4

Location
Surrey, United Kingdom
Salary
32K (neg.)
Posted
Mar 16, 2019
Closes
Apr 15, 2019
Ref
291209
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Type
Other job types

Our client is a well-established organisation who provide a high quality reliable supply of radiopharmaceuticals to PET imaging centres across the UK. Due to continuous expansion they are seeking to recruit a number of scientists to work in their analytical department.

Requirement

Degree in Chemistry, Pharmaceutical, Medicinal or relevant science related discipline.

1 - 2 yrs working directly within in a Quality Control laboratory within a licensed GMP facility or with a significant level of transferable experience.

Responsibilities
  • Quality Control testing of all medicinal products produced in accordance with SOPs defined by European Pharmacopoeial standards and Marketing Authorisations in a timely manner due to half-life of the radiopharmaceutical product.
  • Ensure data records and trending comply to GMP requirements.
  • Maintain all environmental monitoring data produced by the production process and have ability to perform independent monitoring where required.
  • Maintain calibration, maintenance and qualification of all QC analytical and supporting testing and measuring equipment
  • Equipment such as (but not limited to) HPLC, GC, Radio-TLC, PTS readers, balances, pH meters, filter integrity tester.
  • First line trouble shooting on Quality Control equipment.
  • Maintain equipment parts and reagent inventory specific to Quality control.
  • Contribute to the EFFICIENCY and continuous improvement in Quality Control tasks and systems.
  • Direct involvement in internal audit of area and completion of identified actions
  • Direct involvement in validation life cycle of the Quality control department.
  • Support LEARNING by Training of others in Quality Control duties and extended responsibilities
  • Provide QA function for manufacturing steps such as, but not limited to, dilution calculations, filter integrity, labels including the proposed plan.
  • Create, monitor, maintain COSHH files, Risk assessments and MSDS documents where required.
    The role will require both lone working in a laboratory for batch testing and collaborative team working approach for such thing as manufacturing/packaging, projects, general duties directed by the business needs of the day. Flexibility required for a weekly (Mon-Fri) shift pattern as directed. This includes a routine day and night shifts based on business needs on agreed rotation between trained team members.
    This position is based on

8 hour shift, 40 hours per week plus one Saturday per month (as overtime)

Shifts are: 04:00 - 12:00, 07:00 - 15:00, 09:00 - 17:00 on a rotation basis

To apply for this position, candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK