QC, Stability Analyst - Medical Devices

Job Title: QC, Stability Analyst - Medical Devices
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Keighley, West Yorkshire
Salary: Negotiable
Reference: J909630_1629129012
Contact Name: Tom Hammond
Contact Email:
Job Published: August 16, 2021 16:50

Job Description

QC, Stability Analyst - Medical Devices

Type: Permanent

Location: Skipton

Hours: Shift 1 (Earlies)

Monday - Thursday: 06.00 - 14.00 (8 hours per day)

Friday: 06.00 - 11.00 (5 hours)

37 hours in total

Shift 2 (Lates)

Monday - Thursday: 12.00 (noon)- 22.00 (10 hours per day)

Friday: N/a (not working)

40 hours in total

Salary: Competitive DOE - includes shift allowance too to make this a very competitive rate of pay.


Free Life Assurance of 4 x annual salary, Generous pension scheme with Scottish Widows, EE 4% and ER 8% max. Canteen on site, Gym on site, Sports physiotherapist on site, Occupational Health on site

Free car parking, Cycle to work scheme, Health care scheme, Dental scheme.

Our Client, a global Medical Devices company - are looking to recruit for an experienced - QC/ Stability - HPLC Analyst who will work at their state of the art lab and be a part of a company very much on the up.

The Role:

Responsible for delivering the testing requirements across a number of projects.

  • To competently conduct laboratory based analytical testing and sampling of Raw Materials, WIP, Finished Goods and Stability samples in line with agreed business targets and priorities.
  • Ensure high standards of housekeeping are maintained whilst working in the laboratory.
  • Input into and carry out test method development and validation when required.
  • Assist in Technical laboratory based investigations as required for specific projects.
  • Complete and maintain laboratory notebooks and files to ensure compliance with internal and external Quality Systems - E.g. Lab book audit schedule, archiving practice.
  • Conduct good laboratory practices including calibration activities, stability files & ordering of material as appropriate.
  • Assist where required in validation activities including equipment qualification and method development/improvements.
  • Take individual responsibility and work independently for assigned work. Making effective use of own resource and time by effective planning in co-ordination with time scales defined by project team / direct line manager.
  • Gain a sound knowledge and understanding of the products and processes associated with assigned projects.
  • Plan, identify and organise in advance workload and priorities providing accurate lead times.
  • Comply with site Health and Safety procedures.

The Person:

  • Will hold a Degree in a relevant - Chemistry based discipline
  • Significant HPLC experience working in an GMP setting within a Pharmaceutical and/or Medical Devices company (other UKAS 17025 labs MAY be considered).
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Strong presentation skills and IT - Office Suite understanding
  • Use of LIMS systems

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