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Analytical Chemist - UPLC

  • Location:
    Windsor , Connecticut
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  • Contract Type:
    Direct Hire
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Modis has a current job opportunity for an Analytical Chemist

Perm position not contract work
2nd shift 1pm to 9:30pm M-F

Analytical Chemist - UPLC

Under the direction of a Chemistry Manager, the Analytical Chemist performs method development of UPLC potency assays for injectable drug products. The methods will be developed as stability-indicating, and, following validation, will be utilized for stability and QC testing. The analyst must be familiar with the workings of a GMP chemistry lab, equipment and documentation requirements, including following standard operating procedures, using proper documentation, performing forced degradation, method validation, preparing samples and analyzing results.

Key Responsibilities:
• Develop stability-indicating UPLC potency assays for small-molecule injectable drug products.
• Execute forced-degradation experiments in support of the method development.
• Become familiar with, and adhere to, requirements as documented in SOPs for Good Manufacturing Practices.
• Clearly document all laboratory activities using proper documentation.
• Perform thorough peer reviews to ensure accuracy of raw data and calculations.
• Perform a variety of chemistry laboratory support activities, as assigned, such as routine cleaning and waste removal.
• Properly maintain work areas and supplies necessary to perform testing.
• Operate and maintain equipment per SOPs.
• Write or assist Manager with documenting quality related documents.
• Execute method validations for routine testing procedures.
• Occasionally perform weekend and Holiday duties if requested by Management.

Understanding of analytical chemistry techniques such as chromatography, reference standard handling, weighing, solution preparation and good laboratory documentation. Experience in a GMP laboratory with UPLC method development or ion chromatography is strongly preferred.
• 4 year degree in Chemistry, life sciences, or related discipline.
• 2-5 years of bench experience in an analytical chemistry laboratory. Experience with LC method development is required.
• Able to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing to all levels of people inside and outside the company, including possessing good English speaking/writing skills, fluency and understandability.
• Must be able to successfully prioritize and manage multiple tasks and numerous projects in a fast-paced environment.
• Mathematical skills, including the ability to analyze scientific and test data, and a basic understanding of statistical analysis.
• Able to review, compile, and analyze information to prepare reports.
• Goal oriented, with strong time management and organizational skills.

To be considered for this position, please use the "apply now" button to submit your resume. If you have questions about the position please contact Christos Maglaras at

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