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The Laboratory Analyst is a member of the Quality Control Laboratory and is responsible for conducting various analytical tests/assays to determine the identity, quality and purity of incoming raw materials, intermediates and drug substances in accordance with established quality control procedures. This also involves evaluation of novel raw materials and alternate sources of existing raw materials. The laboratory conducts a variety of tests/assays on in-process production samples and on samples submitted by Technical Services Manufacturing Science (TSMS). The laboratory also provides support for stability studies, the site clearance air monitoring programme, utility and environmental monitoring programmes. The Laboratory analyst will support the analytical testing required during new product introduction, including method transfer and validation. The laboratory may also provide analysis support for other groups within Eli Lilly e.g. reference standard characterisation, investigative testing, stability studies etc. The role also supports the installation and maintenance of equipment, associated SOPs, and required quality systems. In addition to the above, Laboratory Analysts will have the capability to run any other assays on a routine or non-routine basis as requested by various areas of the plant.
B.Sc. in Chemistry/Biochemistry or other related discipline
Experience working in GMP laboratory. Broad spectrum of Analytical Techniques.
High performance liquid chromatographs
Atomic absorption, IR and UV spectrophotometers, polarimeters, particle size analysers, Karl Fischer titrators