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Chemistry Analyst

July 16 2020
Industries Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology
Categories Pharma, Biotech, Sciences, R&D, Chemistry, Laboratory, Research and development
Saint-Laurent, QC

PARIMA group is a company involved in the development and manufacturing of pharmaceutical products since 1994. During these 24 years, we have gained expertise in the development of non-sterile pharmaceuticals in liquid, semi-solid or suspended form, natural health products and medical devices. We work with our clients to provide a tailored service. Whether it is an entirely turnkey service or development projects that are done in close collaboration, we adapt to their operational requirements. Our facilities have been inspected by the Food and Drug Administration and by Health Canada. Most of the products we develop and manufacture are exported around the world.

We are currently looking for a candidate for the following position in the Analytical services team of Groupe Parima:

Chemistry Analyst

The Chemistry Analyst carries out chemical and physical activities at the laboratory according to the schedule established by following the specifications, methods, procedures and good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).

Main roles and responsibilities

  • Carry out the analyses of finished products, bulks, raw materials and stability according to the methods in force
  • Participate in the development of R&D methods
  • Analyze the results with a critical mind and the concern to comply with the norms established by the procedures in force
  • Verification of the laboratory notebooks of other analysts as well as of all registers
  • Track interviews or calibrations of all laboratory instruments
  • Preparation of the necessary solutions for analysis
  • Maintain the records of equipment, standards

Skills Required

  • Diploma of College Studies (DEC) in Science (chemistry, biochemistry), or a discipline related experience of at least 2 years with the following techniques: HLPC, GC, UPLC
  • Good ability to analyze scientific data and critical judgement
  • Experience in quality control in the pharmaceutical industry is an asset
  • Knowledge of Canadian Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) (Health Canada)
  • Knowledge of Pharmacopoeias (USP, Ph. Eur. and BP) and their applications within a laboratory is an asset
  • Skills for Teamwork
  • Responsible person who is good at caring for and sharing ideas and information
  • Good communication skills
  • Good computer knowledge (Microsoft Office, Outlook)
  • Bilingual (French and English)

What we offer:

  • Flexible work schedule
  • Accessible by public transit or free parking
  • Group insurance and RRSP program
  • Personal days
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Online medical service

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