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Principal Scientist Parenteral Dosage Forms

Company: CTC Resourcing Solutions
Location: Basel, Switzerland
Reference: 895552-P
Closing Date: 21 Sep 17
Type: Contract
Salary (£): Competitive

Job Summary:

Principal Scientist Parenteral Dosage Forms


 Reference Number:         895552-P

 Type of placement:         Contract, 5 months

 Location:                        Basel area, Switzerland





Main Responsibilities

  • Late phase process development and process transfer to commercial site(s) of parenteral dosage forms
  • GxP documentation preparation (e.g. FMEAs, QTPPs, QRAs, ) for late phase / transfer projects
  • Project management incl. e.g. detailed project schedule planning & progress tracking, resource & budget planning and tracking, project risk analysis and management
  • Coordination of activities and interfaces (e.g. development, analytical, device laboratory activities, interaction between development and commercial site)

Qualifications and Experience


  • Pharmacist, Pharmaceutical Engineer or other equivalent natural science education
  • Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Technology or related scientific fields
  • 3 to 5 years of experience in pharmaceutical industry
  • proven track record of working with parenteral primary packaging (e.g. syringes, vials) materials
  • Swiss work permit or EU-citizenship necessary

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Contact Information:

Address:  CTC Resourcing Solutions
Greifengasse 1
CH-4058 Basel
Reasons to work for CTC
Tel:  +41 61 695 88 66
Fax:  +41 61 695 88 67
Website:  Visit Our Web Site

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