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USA Research Associate Scientific II

at Adecco US, Inc. in Round Lake, Illinois, United States

Job Description

Adecco Healthcare & Life Sciences is seeking a contract Research Associate II for our partner in Round Lake, IL.

The anticipated wage for this position is between $35 and $37. Hourly wage may depend upon experience, education, geographic location, and other factors.

Benefit offerings include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term disability, additional voluntary benefits, EAP program, commuter benefits and 401K plan. Our program provides employees the flexibility to choose the type of coverage that meets their individual needs. Available paid leave may include Paid Sick Leave, where required by law; any other paid leave required by Federal, State, or local law; and Holiday pay upon meeting eligibility criteria

USA – Research Associate Scientific II

Fieldglass description:

Department/Function: Pharmaceuticals R&D/Stability Lab

Summary:

This position is responsible for analytical testing, validation/verification, and/or transfer of test method supporting Pharmaceuticals parenteral products. Work will primarily support stability testing, but may also support new product development and/or sustaining product initiatives.

The individual in this position must:

- Effectively contribute solid technical knowledge to a variety of projects within the relevant discipline with minimal assistance.

- Display basic technical understanding of related disciplines.

- Conduct routine/non-routine research and design experiments with minimal assistance

The individual must not be allergic to Penicillin, Cephalosporin, or their related products and/or materials.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

- Conduct critical chemical and physical analyses on finished product stability samples. May also support testing of raw materials, initial, in-process, and final product samples from manufacturing facilities or department projects. Work under minimum supervision.

- Perform review of test data, which includes overall documentation practices. Perform review functions in LIMS or other computerized systems.

- Use sophisticated laboratory instrumentation and computer systems to collect and record data. May be required to be a system owner or conduct validations.

- Perform advanced chemical assays requiring precise analytical skills and understanding of chemistry principles. Complete all testing, including special project / protocol testing in a timely and appropriate manner to meet project schedules

- Maintain data integrity and ensure compliance with company SOPs and specifications, FDA, cGxP, and QSR regulations.

- Investigate deviations and write exception documents.

- Collaborate with other functions/departments to solve problems, increase efficiency, improve quality and provide product support.

- Maintain laboratory safety requirements, perform equipment maintenance/calibration, and troubleshoot basic instrument problems

Qualifications:

- Must have good oral and written communication skills, strong analytical skills and be detail oriented.

- Proficient in advanced wet chemistry, volumetric preparation techniques and instrumental methods of analysis

- Must demonstrate effectiveness in ability to train others, leadership, organization, teamwork/interpersonal skills, results orientation, and task completion

- Must be able to handle multiple tasks concurrently and in a timely fashion

- Possess writing and computer skills

- Must communicate effectively with managers, peers, and subordinates.

- Interpret available information and make recommendation to resolve technical challenges

Physical Activities and Requirements:

- Must be able to hand write and use computers for the majority of the work day

- Must be able to transfer materials, mix solutions/product(s), open products, and perform laboratory testing

- May require standing for extended periods

- Must be able to lift up to 10 pounds routinely

- This work is subject to hazards including exposure to chemicals, drug products, and bacteria. This includes Penicillin, Cephalosporin, their related products and/or materials

Education and/or Experience:

- Bachelors degree in relevant scientific discipline (e.g. chemistry, pharmaceutical sciences) with analytical chemistry laboratory coursework and at least 2 years of experience

- Analytical chemistry instrumentation experience (e.g. HPLC, UPLC, UHPLC, pH, KF, titration, etc.)

- Must have HPLC experience; Empower experience is preferred.

- Electronic Lab Notebook experience is desired.

- Pharmaceutical GMP laboratory experience is desired.

- Stability study execution and validation experience is desired.

Pay Details: $35.00 to $37.00 per hour

Benefit offerings available for our associates include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, short-term disability, additional voluntary benefits, EAP program, commuter benefits and a 401K plan. Our benefit offerings provide employees the flexibility to choose the type of coverage that meets their individual needs. In addition, our associates may be eligible for paid leave including Paid Sick Leave or any other paid leave required by Federal, State, or local law, as well as Holiday pay where applicable.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disabled

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The Company will consider qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records subject to federal contractor requirements and/or security clearance requirements.

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Job Posting: JC261293391

Posted On: Jun 14, 2024

Updated On: Jul 15, 2024

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