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CQ Technical Data Reviewer
Ref No.: 19-00030
Location: Rocky Mount, North Carolina
Position Type:Contract
Start Date / End Date: 03/01/2019 to 03/01/2020
The CQ Technical Data Reviewer reviews data from physical and dimensional testing of commodities, wet chemical techniques and instrumental analyses. Included in this review are visual evaluations, titrations, pH measurements, AA, HPLC, GC and UV/Vis among other analyses. In addition to data review, this individual could be responsible for preparing solutions, performing analyses, as well as recording and processing data in accordance with DEA, FDA, and ICH guidelines, as needed.

Functions as a dedicated data reviewer for the Chemical Quality Lab.
Prioritizes data review and testing with guidance from Data Coordinator.
Assists in monitoring laboratory metrics associated with turnaround goals.
As needed, prepares solutions required for testing, performs analysis, records data according to cGMPs, performs calculations and enters results into LIMS system.
Provides support to assure lab safety and compliance -either through safe use of chemicals and/or the recognition of DEA, FDA, OSHA, and ICH compliance issues.

Bachelor of Science in Life Science (e.g. Chemistry, Biology, Microbiology, etc.)
Minimum of 4 years of experience in a Quality Control or R&D laboratory and experience with a wide variety of analytical techniques (e.g., HPLC, GC, AA, UV-VIS, etc.) and biological techniques (e.g., BET, antibiotic potency, sterility, etc.).
Knowledge of cGMPs and regulations outside of the US.
Good communication, organization and computer skills are required.
Knowledge of LIMS, Empower, and Microsoft Office programs is desired.

Minimum of 1 year data review experience in pharmaceutical manufacturing environment.
Minimum of 2 years of experience reading and interpreting chromatographic data.
ICP-MS experience

Able to: stand for up to 8 hours, sit for up to 8 hours, walk, climb stairs, respond to visual warning indicators, respond to audible warning indicators, respond to color or special visual indicators, wear specialized protective clothing (lab coat, safety glasses, gloves, face shield/goggles, apron), perform repetitive use of upper extremities.