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LCMS QToF Specialist

Vacancy Title: LCMS QToF Specialist
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Greater Manchester, England
Industry:
Salary: £35000.00 - £55000.00 per annum
REF: J915603_1659627431
Contact Name: Johnathan Miller
Contact Email: Johnathan.miller@russell-taylor.co.uk
Vacancy Published: 8 days ago

Vacancy Description

LC-MS QToF Specialist

Role open to a range of experience levels from £35,000 up to £55,000

Global Contract testing company

Based in Greater Manchester - commutable from Warrington, Altrincham, Knutsford, Stockport, Manchester

A truly Global company that provides services to the Pharmaceutical industry is looking to appoint an experienced Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry - Quad Time of Flight (LC-MS QToF) Specialist to their state of the art facility in Greater Manchester.

The successful candidate will have in-depth experience of LC-MS QTOF analyses including protocol and report writing. In this role, you will have responsibility for the oversight of all LCMS QTOF work and will be the "go to" person for any technical queries from Clients and internal stakeholders in LC-MS QToF.

You will be expected to be the subject matter expert to develop and execute experimental studies that characterize materials. The data generated plays a pivotal role in demonstrating the safety of materials in the application in which they are used. The scientist in this role will maintain a focus on innovation, process improvement, and operational initiatives.

Duties:

  • Perform controlled, forced or simulated use extractions of container-closure systems, devices or manufacturing equipment, analyze extracts for non-volatiles by LC-MS QTOF in support of pharmaceutical product development or pharmaceutical manufacturing
  • Develop methods for compounds on stability, write and review study protocols, and generate study reports
  • Apply practical and theoretical expertise in LCMS techniques to develop and execute non-routine experimental protocols
  • Lead internal initiatives that enhance the operational excellence of the team
  • Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of subject matter experts to develop strategies that align to regulatory requirements for medical devices and pharmaceuticals
  • Interface with internal partners to interpret complex analytical data; including quantitative, structural elucidation and toxicological assessment

Qualifications and experience:

  • Educated to Degree level in a Chemistry related subject as a minimum
  • Experience managing a team would be an advantage
  • Conversant in regulatory requirements
  • Ability to design experiments and draw meaningful conclusions from lab data
  • Experience with polymer resins or material selection for the design and manufacturing of packaging systems preferred

For further details and to apply please contact Johnathan at Russell Taylor.

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