Lilly Chemist – QC – IAPI- FDE in Indianapolis, Indiana
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Position Brand Description:
The Chemist – QC – IAPI performs accurate and timely testing of routine lab samples in accordance with appropriate GMP and safety guidelines. The Chemist – QC - IAPI also participates in second person verification (SPV) of analytical data, laboratory investigations, equipment calibrations and maintenance by executing well-defined protocols and procedures. The Chemist – QC - IAPI identifies and communicates opportunities for improvement within the lab.
The Chemist – QC – IAPI reviews and interprets results for their laboratory. The Chemist – QC – IAPI initiates analytical method re-evaluations based on data generated within the laboratory including knowledge acquired from monitoring the Proven Important Factors (PIFs) monitored within the laboratory data. They may perform non-routine laboratory work in support of those projects.
The Chemist – QC – IAPI utilizes technical skills to perform in-depth problem solving, proactively identify opportunities for continuous improvement, and complete thorough investigations of atypical data and results. Outcomes of these activities including results, conclusions, and action plans and/or technical documents.
The position is responsible for technical mentoring of laboratory staff and sharing technical information and best practices within the work group and across plant sites. The Chemist – QC – IAPI participates and influences the technical agenda of the plant or corporation.
Sample Analysis and Reporting
Accurately and safely perform analytical test methods or related support activities as per procedures or protocols and reviews that results conform to standards
Perform data entry and reviews own work for accuracy in accordance with laboratory procedures, standards, and GMP requirements
Recognizes when a deviation from procedures, etc. has occurred and initiates an investigation
Verify (SPV) analytical data of other analysts within the lab as required
Continuous Improvement Initiatives
Identifies and communicates opportunities for improvement initiatives in daily work activities
Troubleshoot equipment and methods as required
Training and mentoring others within lab, where applicable
Executes notification to management when required by procedures or standards
Understand the scientific principles required for manufacturing and testing of intermediates and bulk drug substances, including the interaction of the chemistry and equipment.
Develop, monitor, and appropriately react to established statistically based metrics in real-time to assess analytical vs. process variability and capability.
Provide technical support to non-routine (e.g., deviation) investigations
Support production floor operations through change proposals, investigations, and deviation root cause analysis.
Maintain and improve quality systems including method remediation.
Participate in self-assessments and regulatory agency inspections.
Ensure internal and external quality and supply commitments are met.
Bachelor degree in a science related field
Experience and knowledge of cGMP requirements in API manufacturing
- Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree
Demonstrated strong problem solving and analytical thinking skills
Understanding of statistical tools and analysis
Excellent interpersonal skills and networking skills
Experience in QA, QC, Manufacturing, Tech Services, or Regulatory Affairs
Demonstrated strong written and verbal communications skills
Strong attention to detail
Ability to organize and prioritize multiple tasks
Must complete applicable Learning Plan
Tasks require entering manufacturing and laboratory areas which require wearing appropriate PPE
May be required to provide on call support
- This position is not permanent. It is for a fixed term position up to a maximum of 4 years.
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