The Quality Control Chemist I is mainly responsible for the routine laboratory experiments executions, Lab equipment calibrations and preventive maintenance, preparation and/or revision of QC relevant SOPs.
Performs QC Lab activities by following relevant present SOPs.
Prepares and revises QC relevant SOPs, associated training materials.
Prepares reagents that are to be used for analysis. Standardizes volumetric solutions by using standard written methods at specified intervals.
Analyses products, raw materials, packaging materials and stability samples according to laid down procedures in Impax testing methods.
Records analytical data and results in notebooks, logbooks, Specification and Quality Assurance Report and laboratory analysis forms accurately. Records results in a trending monitor perspective.
Performs calibration and preventive maintenance activities of Lab equipments, in accordance with set methods and procedures.
Reports malfunctioning equipment to Laboratory Supervisors or deputies for repair.
Alerts Laboratory Supervisors or deputies verbally in the event of any result not meeting Impax specification or of any questionable results generated.
Ensures adequate stocking of Laboratory reagents and consumables, through monitoring re-order levels and timely notification to Laboratory Supervisors or deputies.
Records expiry dates of analytical reagents developed in-house by noting the expiry date on container or document.
Handles and disposes dangerous materials, such as arsenic, cyanide, and concentrated acids, in accordance with standard safety practices.
Records regulated toxic controlled chemicals usage and disposition in accordance with standard predetermined procedures.
Maintains neatness of laboratory that following the concept of 6S – Sort, Set in order, Shine, Standardize, Sustain, and Safety.
Executes assigned experiments to support investigative testing and investigation activities.
Perform in a continuous improvement attitude to meet the predetermined KPI.
Follows the training program schedule to complete the directed training courses.
Completes delegated tasks by the agreed completion date and treats as commitment.
Attends weekly laboratory meetings or delegated meetings.
Other duties as assigned by the Team Lead or Supervisors or company.
S. or higher degree in science or Pharmaceutical Science (pharmaceutical experience preferred). Major in Chemistry education is preferred.
Laboratory operation experience at school class as minimum is required, chemical laboratory is a plus.
Computer skill such as: Word, Excel, etc.
Database knowledge is a plus.
English reading and understanding is required. Fluent speaking and good writing in English is a plus.