Pfizer Chemist I in McPherson, Kansas
Performs chemical analysis on purchased raw materials, in-process preparations, pure drug substances and finished pharmaceutical products to determine that they meet official compendial and/or Hospira/Pfizer requirements.
Perform standard qualitative and quantitative analysis on:purchased raw materials, in-process products, pure drug substances, finished pharmaceutical preparations, stability samples, and contract manufacturing samples utilizingaccepted gravimetric and spectrophotometric procedures, in accordance withapproved testing procedures Hospira, the National Formulary (NF), andthe United States Pharmacopeia (USP).
Utilizes standard analytical chemistry techniques.
Prepare and standardize volumetric solutions, test solutions and reagents used in USP, NF and Hospira monograph analysis.
Maintain records of all analysis information of assigned products for permanent file and proper entry of information on laboratory forms. Evaluate all data obtained from analysis; if discrepancy or deviation occurs, consult with supervisor. Review completed data for accuracy before forwarding data to QA filing in the batch record.
Participate in employee involvement team(s).
Any other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry or related science with 0-1 years experience.
Last Date to Apply for Job: April 7, 2020
Eligible for Relocation Package
Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus
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