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Lonza Pharma & Biotech has an immediate opening for a Senior Scientist, Analytical Development for their Inhalation technology in Bend, OR.
This is a great opportunity to join a growing inhalation group of engineers and scientists focused on inhalation delivery routes and deliverables for advancing private client compounds. As an Analytical Scientist for Inhalation, you will be responsible for method development and validation to support process development, tech transfer, release testing, and stability activities for inhalation programs.
Additionally, you’ll be the subject matter expert for quality control and the analytical development group for inhalation testing and release for inhalation products.
Document all experiments and results thoroughly with detailed observations
Exercise technical discretion in the design, execution, and interpretation of experiments that contribute to project strategies and goals
Critically assess experimental data and provide interpretation of results
Prepare technical reports, summaries, and protocols
Prepare detailed scientific presentations for clients, colleagues, and management
Participate in data reviews and client discussions
Demonstrate a high level of professional expertise in one or more technical areas
Act as mentor/coach for developing Research Chemists and Engineers
Bachelor’s degree in Analytical Chemistry and substantial related work experience; or Graduate degree in Analytical Chemistry and significant related experience.
Experienced in method development, qualification, and validation around common pulmonary analytical techniques
Familiarity with analyzing and interpreting common analytical techniques used for pulmonary applications such as NGI (Next Generation Impactor), DUSA (Dosage Unit Sampling Apparatus), particle sizing, HPLC (High-Performance Liquid Chromatography), KF (Karl Fischer)
Understanding of ICH (International Council for Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Pharmaceuticals for Human Use) regulatory guidelines related to advancing pulmonary formulations
Demonstrated ability to work successfully in a highly collaborative, team oriented, customer focused environment.
Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to work in a dynamic, multi-disciplinary, research and manufacturing environment
Internal Number: R14255
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