A Quality Control Chemistis responsible for conducting qualitative and quantitative analysis to ensure specified quality of the manufactured products .
Brief Job Description: A Quality Control Chemist prepares and tests samples from all phases of the manufacturing process to ensure that the product quality meets the standards, prepares documents that report test results and is responsible for preserving workplace safety while handling hazardous materials. Also responsible for testing of in-process/input raw materials & packing materials, in-process samples apart from finished products. Also responsible for testing of process validation samples, product stability samples and cleaning validation samples (Rinse samples/Swab samples etc.).
Personal Attributes: The individual should have strong analytical technique in chemical testing and instrumental methods of analysis. Good understanding of chemistry and investigational abilities. He/she should have familiarity with guidelines such as GLP, cGMP and principles of Quality Management. The role holder should have attention to detail and excellent organizational skills.
|Qualifications Pack Code||LFS/Q1301|
|Job Role||Production/ Manufacturing Biologist|
|Industry||Life Sciences||Drafted on||23/06/14|
|Sub-sector||Pharmaceutical||Last reviewed on||15/05/15|
|Occupation||Quality||Next review date||01/06/16|
|NSQC Clearance on||18/06/2015|
|Job Role||Quality Control Chemist|
|Role Description||Responsible for conducting qualitative and quantitative analysis to ensure specified quality of the manufactured products|
|Minimum Educational Qualifications||B. Pharma / B. Sc. with Chemistry major subject or Analytical Chemistry (Preferable)|
|Maximum Educational Qualifications||M. Pharma in Pharmaceutical Analysis or Quality Control & Assurance / M. Sc. with Chemistry major subject or Analytical Chemistry (Preferable) Quality-related certification|
|Training(Suggested but not mandatory)||On the job training|
|Minimum Job Entry Age||19 Years|
|Performance Criteria||As described in the relevant NOS units|