QC Chemist I (3rd Shift)

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Website Adare Pharma Solutions

Adare Pharma Solutions

Company : Adare Pharma Solutions

Country: United States

Location : Vandalia, Ohio

Post: Wed, 31 May 2023 05:26:02 GMT

Expires: Wed, 28 Jun 2023 23:59:59 GMT

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Are you ready to join a growing, global drug development and manufacturing organization that puts people first? Come to Adare! We work closely with our pharmaceutical industry partners during all phases of drug development with a mission of improving the lives of patients and medicines essential to people all over the world. Each role and every department within Adare offer you a unique, customized experience with a chance to make a real impact, and is critical to our success. With the help of people like you dedicated to our mission, Adare is transforming lives by transforming drug delivery!

Join our mission at Adare!

What can Adare offer you?

Medical/dental/vision/life – low employee premiums

401k with a highly competitive match

Generous PTO, including floating holidays

Career growth and internal opportunities

Tuition reimbursement

Relocation assistance

Performance-based bonus

Employee Recognition Programs

We are seeking to hire a QC Chemist I (3rd Shift) to join our Quality Control team…

If any of the below describes you, we would love to meet you!


The QC Chemist I is an essential part of the lab Quality team and will be expected to perform physical and chemical testing of intermediate and finished products according to written procedures.


Demonstrate knowledge of various test methods and instrument analysis techniques including sample preparation, titration, analytical balances, extractions, dilutions, chromatography, pH, and dissolution.

Prepare various standards, mobile phases and buffers as needed for various test methods.

Perform physical and chemical testing of raw materials, intermediate, and finished products as described in the documented procedures to support product release and process validation protocols. Suggest method modifications as required. Understanding of USP methods.

Perform testing requiring rotating bottle, titrations, dissolution baths, and other basic laboratory equipment.

Perform test methods that utilize instruments such as UV, FTIR, GC, and HPLC. Demonstrate the ability to operate the instrument software application, set up basic sequences and report data.

As required, perform swabbing and analysis of equipment cleaned by manufacturing with minimal supervision.

Perform assigned calibrations for equipment in the laboratory as required and maintain the required documentation for compliance.

Recognize and report Out of Specification results, Out of Trend results and deviations to Supervisor. Assist with investigation steps as required for LIR/OOS Investigations.

Accurately maintain notebooks and files compliant with current GMPs and internal Standard Operating Procedures. Peer review and/or audit others work as required for verification of GMP compliance.

Demonstrate consistent ability to perform testing with minimal need for investigation and repeat

analyses. Ability to accurately report test data in various formats.

Maintain laboratory equipment and working areas in good working condition.

Observes all safety procedures and regulations.

Assist with training of temporary personnel.


Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry or closely related field and 0-2 years’ of experience working in a Chemistry Laboratory, Quality Control or Research and Development Laboratory, in the pharmaceutical industry.

Basic to Intermediate understanding of chromatography, titrations, dissolution, and other types of laboratory methods and instrumentation.

Has a thorough understanding of cGMP and Data Integrity documentation requirements


Physical Demands:

Visual Ability:

Smelling Ability:

Manual Dexterity:

Working Conditions:

The employee is required to:

stand, walk, push, pull, twist, reach overhead, and bend to the floor

occasionally move items or equipment weighing up to 50 pounds

occasionally required to climb ladders and/or steps to reach equipment

Requires reading precision measuring equipment, machine dials, gages, and thermometers; must be able to observe fine details utilizing a microscope.

Must have sense of smell to detect odors of unacceptable compounds and/or mixtures.

Must have steady hands and good physical coordination in order to handle delicate laboratory instrumentation and equipment.

The employee may be required to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) during certain phases of the operation; such as high noise areas from machinery, exposure to a variety of chemicals, or exposure to dust, mists, and fumes.

Any employee whose position requires exposure to these conditions receives training in Hazardous Communication Standards and use of mandatory personnel protective equipment. Employee is required to wear such approved personal protective equipment whenever thus exposed.

Engineering controls are in place to minimize or eliminate exposure to these conditions wherever practical. Adare Pharmaceuticals, Inc. complies with all applicable OSHA, and EPA, standards for environmental safety and health.


Medical/dental/vision/life – low employee premiums

401k with a highly competitive match

Generous PTO, including floating holidays

Career growth and internal opportunities

Tuition reimbursement

Relocation assistance

Performance-based bonus

Employee Recognition Programs

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