11-145 Konrad Cres., Markham, Ontario Canada L3R 9T9
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145 Konrad Crescent, Suite 11
Markham, Ontario
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QCL your Partner in the Growth & Stability of Your Operations

QCL-Quality Compliance Laboratories Inc. is the Canada’s innovative fast moving and continuously expanding analytical contract testing and consultancy organization providing superior and unparalleled comprehensive GLP/GMP Quality Control (QC) and Research and Development (R&D) analysis to support the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, nutraceutical, cosmetics, and allied industries.

Due to our continuous growth, we are constantly on the lookout for qualified professionals to join a team committed to the absolute best.

QCL’s adherence to quality and excellence has produced explosive company growth resulting in immediate openings for the following professionals:

Supervisor - Laboratory Operations

Reports To: Lab. Manager / Chief Scientific Officer
Location: Markham, Ontario

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Ensure all testing, validation, and development studies are carried out in accordance with cGMP and internal SOPs
  • Train and develop junior chemists on various laboratory equipment and laboratory testing
  • Participate in internal and client meetings to convey project progress and results from analytical studies
  • Manage and oversee product testing and activities of laboratory personnel.
  • Ensure testing is performed accurately and in compliance with GLP, GMP, USP, SOP and approved test methods
  • Provides ongoing training to all QC laboratory employees in all relevant SOP's, test methods, analytical equipment and proper laboratory techniques
  • Develop, improve and validate laboratory test methods
  • Responsible for Operation as well as troubleshooting of HPLC, GC, and various other pharmaceutical laboratory instruments
  • Responsible for scheduling and coordinating preventative maintenance and annual calibration of all Laboratory instrumentation
  • Manage the stability program. Monitor and assure the appropriate operation and documentation supporting the stability program
  • Responsible for monitoring and timely requisition of laboratory supplies

Skills & Qualification Required:

  • a minimum of a B.Sc. with 5 years experience in the pharmaceutical laboratory.
  • Strong working knowledge of cGMP and CFR requirements
  • Thorough understanding of laboratory safety requirements and the MSDS system.
  • Thorough understanding of analytical chemistry and chemical instrumentation, particularly HPLC, GC, and various other pharmaceutical laboratory instruments.
  • Experienced with raw material testing
  • Ability to manage many diverse tasks and issues simultaneously through prioritization, delegation, and “hands-on” personal effort
  • Self starter with effective interpersonal, leadership and organizational skills.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English

To Apply, Click on the Apply Now icon to submit your resume (in Microsoft Word format). We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

or Forward your resume to the attention of Human Resources to calss.markham@sgs.com

QA Supervisor

Reports To: Global QA Director and QA Manager
Location: Markham, Ontario

Overall Responsibilities:

The QA Supervisor is responsible for providing leadership to the QA Associates at the branches who are responsible for the monitoring and maintaining the quality systems. He/she shall pro-actively identify, facilitate and communicate Quality System and Processes to ensure compliance by all the governing regulatory requirements.

The QA supervisor will interact effectively with management and cross functional departments to reach quality compliance goals.

Duties of QA Supervisor shall include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Maintain in-depth knowledge and understanding of current regulatory requirements and guidelines
  • Effectively lead the QA Associates
  • Investigation of Out-of-Specifications, anomalous results and deviations
  • Communicate with clients to reach a satisfactory outcome on all TARs and OOS investigations
  • Participates in review and approval of CAPA’s in response to procedural, client’s, or regulatory commitments
  • Periodic review of training records, SOPs, Change Control implementation, Deviation and OOS investigations
  • Manage the Change Control and Deviation Systems
  • Participate and/or conduct regulatory and client audits
  • Support training initiatives by implementing training program, including monitoring effectiveness of program and ensuring training records are compliant
  • Data and documentation reviews and analysis
  • Monitor company-wide Quality Systems and be instrumental in recommend strategic activities to address compliance initiatives and improvements.
  • Implement Quality Policies and Procedures for on-site test activities
  • Develop, implement, and update QA Manual, QA Supplement Manual and Standard Operating Procedures
  • Coordinate documentation activities to ensure compliance with GLP and GMP
  • Manage and maintain all quality documentations
  • Conduct trainings to facilitate compliance and procedural requirements to all staff.
  • Perform Annual Internal Audit, and coordinate with Analytical Lab personal to ensure follows up and corrective actions are completed
  • Ensure maintenance of inventory listing of equipment, including calibration and qualification status and due dates
  • Maintain and issue controlled numbers in support of site-wide document control
  • Track document requests and ensure completion of outstanding items
  • Monitor effectiveness of corrective and preventative actions
  • Review and provide final approval of GMP documents such as Standard Operating Procedures, analytical procedures, and investigation reports
  • Assist in the preparation and update of analytical procedure
  • Review and provide final approval of C of A of the completed projects
  • Any ad-hoc tasks assigned by the QCL Senior Management

Skills & Qualification Required:

  • a minimum of a B.Sc. with 5 years experience in the pharmaceutical laboratory.
  • Strong working knowledge of cGMP and CFR requirements
  • Thorough understanding of laboratory safety requirements and the MSDS system.
  • Thorough understanding of analytical chemistry and chemical instrumentation, particularly HPLC, GC, and various other pharmaceutical laboratory instruments.
  • Experienced with raw material testing
  • Ability to manage many diverse tasks and issues simultaneously through prioritization, delegation, and “hands-on” personal effort
  • Self starter with effective interpersonal, leadership and organizational skills.
  • Fluency in written and spoken English

The above positions are only applicable to Canadian citizens with a minimum degree in science and three years of direct experience.

To Apply, Click on the Apply Now icon to submit your resume (in Microsoft Word format). We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

or Forward your resume to the attention of Human Resources to calss.markham@sgs.com

Senior Laboratory Analyst with HPLC experience

Analytical Experience in Pharmaceutical, Nutraceutical, and Cosmetic Disciplines are a must for this position
Reports To: Laboratory Supervisor
Location: Markham, Ontario

The successful candidate will be working in a very fast paced environment by performing full analytical testing of assigned materials or products within standard times and under minimal guidance/supervision. This position relies heavily on comprehensive wet chemistry techniques, Dissolution, HPLC, GC, AA testing on raw materials, in-process and final products per established SOP's and pharmacopoeial product specifications.

Duties shall include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Document and report results in accordance with GMP and GLP
  • Conduct laboratory investigation as required
  • Provide technical support to other analysts
  • Perform trouble-shooting on complex issues with respect to laboratory analysis and laboratory instrumentation
  • Perform all work in accordance with all established regulatory, compliance and safety requirements
  • Train junior analysts as required
  • Maintain professional relationship with Internal/External Customers
  • Any ad-hoc tasks assigned by the QCL management

Qualification:

  • Permanent residency and/or Canadian citizenship
  • Sc. degree in Chemistry or related discipline is a must
  • Minimum of 5 years Quality Control experience in the Pharmaceutical/Nutraceutical discipline, ideally in contract testing
  • Knowledge of GMP, GLP, Compendia, analytical techniques and method validation
  • Superior organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects concurrently and effectively
  • With GC experience
  • Sound theoretical and technical knowledge of chromatographic sciences and spectroscopic technologies such as UV, IR, GC, HPLC, AA, TOC
  • Sound understanding of cGMP, ICH and FDA requirements
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills is a must
  • Computer proficiency with MS Office programs
  • Ability to meet deadlines and prioritize tasks with strong attention to detail

The above positions are only applicable to permanent residence and/or Canadian citizens with a minimum degree in science and five years of direct experience.

To Apply, Click on the Apply Now icon to submit your resume (in Microsoft Word format).
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

or Forward your resume to the attention of Human Resources to calss.markham@sgs.com

Senior Quality Control Microbiologist

Microbiology Experience in Pharmaceutical, Nutraceutical, and Cosmetic Disciplines are a must for this position

Reports To: Manager of Quality Control
Location: Markham, Ontario

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Perform a variety of tests for microbiological assays including microbial limit test, diagnostic test for designated organisms according to client’s requirements and methods, SOPs, current compendial USP, EP, BP, and ICH guidelines for microbiological testing.
  • Perform a variety of tests including microbial limit test, water testing, preservative challenge test for pharmaceutical products
  • Perform environmental monitoring and identify recovered organisms and media preparation, growth promotion test for every culture media.
  • Perform temperature monitoring of incubators, refrigerators, and micro lab.
  • Perform autoclave operation and maintenance
  • Maintain microbial stock culture collection
  • Maintain good documentation systems and report formats for all laboratory procedures, processes and equipment.
  • Ensure all analysis performed meet GMP and regulatory and compendial requirements
  • Provide training and technical leadership to less experienced staff
  • Ensure optimum performance of laboratory via supporting activities such as ordering lab supplies and maintenance of equipment, as well as execute qualification / validation activities
  • Participate in investigations and document non-compliance or out-of-spec situations regarding any microbiological test

General Skills:

The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

  • Be willing to work in a team-based environment
  • Have solid math skills
  • Be able to work with limited direct supervision
  • Have good problem solving/organizational skills to meet frequent changes in immediate priorities, problem solving skills, and understanding of various computer software programs required
  • Have excellent computer skills
  • Have the ability to analyze data
  • Be attentive to detail

Education and Experience:

  • University degree in Microbiology, or related science
  • A minimum of 3 years microbiology laboratory experience in pharmaceutical industry
  • Sound knowledge of practical microbiological assays
  • Sound understanding of USP, EP, BP, GMP, cGMP and ICH guidelines for microbiological analysis
  • Computer proficiency with MS Office programs

To Apply, Click on the Apply Now icon to submit your resume (in Microsoft Word format).
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

or Forward your resume to the attention of Human Resources to calss.markham@sgs.com

Senior Quality Assurance Specialist

Experience with Pharmaceutical Industry is required

Reports To: Manager of Quality
Location: Markham, Ontario

Primary Responsibilities:

Outstanding opportunity for Quality Assurance professionals to join our company based in Montreal as Senior Quality Assurance Specialists. As the Quality Assurance Specialist you will be responsible for the maintenance of the QA function and ensuring compliance according to GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice), and will perform activities to assure compliance with applicable regulatory requirements by conducting audits, supporting training programs, data and documentation reviews and analysis.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage the GMP Documentation, Change Control, CAPS, OOT, OOS, Training Record systems.
  • Review and approve CoA and other quality documentation
  • Review validation activities
  • Assess regulations
  • Develop quality policy
  • Perform timely data review with a high focus on data quality to ensure accuracy and completeness of analytical testing documentation.
  • Oversee Quality Control documentation to enforce good documentation practice to improve accuracy, GMP compliance and neatness of analytical documentation
  • Verify calculations and documented information such as reagent expiry, instrument calibration, logbook entries, control charts etc are present and complete and accurate.
  • Review internal logbooks for incoming samples, standards, reagents, equipment etc.
  • Issue and reconcile Quality Control laboratory workbooks and other GMP documentation.
  • Audit and inspect laboratory equipment daily use logbooks
  • Ensure analysis performed are as per client’s specification
  • Track tests in progress and issue periodic status reports
  • Support training initiatives by implementing training program, including monitoring effectiveness of program and ensure training records are compliant
  • Implement Quality Policies and Procedures for on-site test activities
  • Develop, implement and update QA Manual, QA Supplement Manual and standard operating procedures
  • Prepare, review and approve Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Coordinate documentation activities to ensure compliance with GLP and GMP
  • Archive and retrieve quality control data
  • Audit and inspect laboratory operation and activities
  • Audit and review data for accuracy, completeness and regulatory compliance
  • Detailed audits of draft reports for compliance with SOP’s and GLP regulations
  • Participate in client audits and inspections
  • Participate in regulatory audits and inspections
  • Oversee the laboratory investigation
  • Perform Annual Internal Audit, and work with Analytical Lab personal to ensure follows up and corrective actions are completed.
  • Periodic review of training records, SOPs, Change Control implementation, Deviation and OOS investigation
  • Data-review and data-verification activities
  • Maintaining and issuing controlled numbers in support of site-wide document control
  • Tracking document requests and ensure completion of outstanding items
  • Conduct QA investigation with regard to Out-of-Specifications, Exceptions and Corrective Action. Monitor effectiveness of corrective and preventative actions.
  • Assist in the review and approval of GMP documents such as SOPs, and associated forms, and initiate revisions.
  • Evaluate laboratory results and keep trending of QCL Stability studies and write assessment reports of these programs annually.
  • Any other tasks assigned by the QLC senior management

Education and Experience:

  • University Degree in Science – preferably in Chemistry coupled with experience in the review of raw material, finished product, stability and analytical method validation documentation.
  • Have experience in a Quality Assurance leadership role with minimum of 3 yrs quality experience in a regulated pharmaceutical environment, within QA, QC, and/or Regulatory Affairs disciplines.
  • Have expert experience of GMP Thorough understanding of pharmaceutical QA Systems, US, EU, and Canadian GMP regulations
  • Knowledge of GMP, GLP, Compendia, analytical techniques
  • You should have excellent verbal and written communication skills, interpersonal skills and you should be extremely results driven and organized

General Skills:

  • The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
  • Must be willing to work in a team-based environment
  • Must have solid math skills
  • Must be able to work with limited direct supervision
  • Must have good problem solving/organizational skills
  • Must have excellent computer skills
  • Must have strong writing and communication skills in English
  • Must have the ability to analyze data
  • Must be attentive to detail
  • Must have excellent organizational skills to meet frequent changes in immediate priorities, problem solving skills, and understanding of various computer software programs required

The above positions are only applicable to permanent residence and/or Canadian citizens with a minimum degree in science.

To Apply, Click on the Apply Now icon to submit your resume (in Microsoft Word format).
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

or Forward your resume to the attention of Human Resources to calss.markham@sgs.com

Senior Document Reviewer

Experience with Pharmaceutical Industry is required
Location: Markham, Ontario

Responsibilities:

  • Perform timely data review (including drug substances, excipients, in-process materials, drug products, stability, analytical method validation documentation, microbiological testing etc.) to ensure accuracy, completeness and compliance with GLP, GMP, all applicable SOPs and regulatory requirements.
  • Perform internal audits ensuring the lab operations are carried out according to approved procedures and in accordance with GMP/cGMP requirements.
  • Review laboratory notebooks for incoming samples, standards, reagents, equipment etc.
  • Issue and reconcile controlled laboratory notebooks and other GMP documentation.
  • Archive and retrieve laboratory data and reports.
  • Periodic review of training records, SOPs, change control implementation, deviation and OOS investigations.
  • Prepare for and participate in client audits and regulatory inspections as required.
  • Oversee data review, documentation, C of A preparation activities as required.
  • Perform other tasks as required.

Education and Experience:

  • University degree in Science – preferably in Chemistry with experience in the review of data from chemistry and microbiology laboratories.
  • A minimum of 3 years Quality Assurance Document Reviewing experience in a regulated environment 
  • Strong understanding of quality systems, Canadian, US, EU GMP requirements.
  • Knowledge of Compendia, analytical techniques and method validation.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills; and interpersonal skills.
  • Extremely results driven and organized.

The above positions are only applicable to permanent residence and/or Canadian citizens with a minimum degree in science.

To Apply, Click on the Apply Now icon to submit your resume (in Microsoft Word format).
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

or Forward your resume to the attention of Human Resources to calss.markham@sgs.com

Quality Assurance Associate

Experience in Pharmaceutical, Nutraceutical, and Cosmetic Disciplines are a must for this position
Reports To: Quality Assurance Manager
Location: Markham, Ontario

Primary Responsibilities:

Outstanding opportunity for Quality Assurance professionals to join our company based in Toronto as Senior Quality Assurance Associate. As the Quality Assurance Associate you will be responsible for the maintenance of the QA function and ensuring compliance according to GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice), and will perform activities to assure compliance with applicable regulatory requirements by conducting audits, supporting training programs, data and documentation reviews and analysis.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage the GMP Documentation, Change Control, CAPS, OOT, OOS, Training Record systems. 
  • Review and approve CoA and other quality documentation 
  • Review validation activities 
  • Assess regulations 
  • Develop quality policy 
  • Perform timely data review with a high focus on data quality to ensure accuracy and completeness of analytical testing documentation. 
  • Oversee Quality Control documentation to enforce good documentation practice to improve accuracy, GMP compliance and neatness of analytical documentation 
  • Verify calculations and documented information such as reagent expiry, instrument calibration, logbook entries, control charts etc are present and complete and accurate. 
  • Review internal logbooks for incoming samples, standards, reagents, equipment etc. 
  • Issue and reconcile Quality Control laboratory workbooks and other GMP documentation. 
  • Audit and inspect laboratory equipment daily use logbooks 
  • Ensure analysis performed are as per client’s specification 
  • Track tests in progress and issue periodic status reports 
  • Support training initiatives by implementing training program, including monitoring effectiveness of program and ensure training records are compliant 
  • Implement Quality Policies and Procedures for on-site test activities 
  • Develop, implement and update QA Manual, QA Supplement Manual and standard operating procedures 
  • Prepare, review and approve Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) 
  • Coordinate documentation activities to ensure compliance with GLP and GMP 
  • Archive and retrieve quality control data 
  • Audit and inspect laboratory operation and activities 
  • Audit and review data for accuracy, completeness and regulatory compliance 
  • Detailed audits of draft reports for compliance with SOP’s and GLP regulations 
  • Participate in client audits and inspections 
  • Participate in regulatory audits and inspections 
  • Oversee the laboratory investigation 
  • Perform Annual Internal Audit, and work with Analytical Lab personal to ensure follows up and corrective actions are completed. 
  • Periodic review of training records, SOPs, Change Control implementation, Deviation and OOS investigation 
  • Data-review and data-verification activities 
  • Maintaining and issuing controlled numbers in support of site-wide document control 
  • Tracking document requests and ensure completion of outstanding items 
  • Conduct QA investigation with regard to Out-of-Specifications, Exceptions and Corrective Action. Monitor effectiveness of corrective and preventative actions. 
  • Assist in the review and approval of GMP documents such as SOPs, and associated forms, and initiate revisions. 
  • Evaluate laboratory results and keep trending of QCL Stability studies and write assessment reports of these programs annually. 
  • Any other tasks assigned by the QCL senior management 

Education and Experience:

  • University Degree in Science – preferably in Chemistry coupled with experience in the review of raw material, finished product, stability and analytical method validation documentation. 
  • Have experience in a Quality Assurance leadership role with minimum of 5 years quality experience in a regulated pharmaceutical environment, within QA and/or QC. 
  • Have expert experience of GMP Thorough understanding of pharmaceutical QA Systems, US, EU, and Canadian GMP regulations 
  • Knowledge of GMP, GLP, Compendia, analytical techniques and 
  • You should have excellent verbal and written communication skills, interpersonal skills and you should be extremely results driven and organized 
  • You must demonstrate good written and oral communication skills in English (and French if applying for Montreal location)

General Skills:

  • The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. 
  • Must be willing to work in a team-based environment 
  • Must have solid math skills 
  • Must be able to work with limited direct supervision 
  • Must have good problem solving/organizational skills 
  • Must have excellent computer skills 
  • Must have strong writing and communication skills in English 
  • Must have the ability to analyze data 
  • Must be attentive to detail 
  • Must have excellent organizational skills to meet frequent changes in immediate priorities, problem solving skills, and understanding of various computer software programs required 

The above positions are only applicable to permanent residence and/or Canadian citizens with a minimum degree in science and 5 years of direct experience.

To Apply, Click on the Apply Now icon to submit your resume (in Microsoft Word format).
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

or Forward your resume to the attention of Human Resources to calss.markham@sgs.com

Quality Assurance Data Reviewer

Location: Markham, Ontario

Primary Responsibilities:

The successful candidate will perform activities to assure compliance with applicable regulatory requirements by conducting audits, supporting training programs, and data/documentation review.

Responsibilities:

  • Perform timely data review with a high focus on data quality to ensure accuracy, completeness, cGMP compliance, and neatness of analytical documentation
  • Verify calculations and documented information such as reagent expiry, instrument calibration, logbook entries, control charts, etc. are present, complete and accurate
  • Issue and maintain client CoAs
  • Issue and reconcile Quality Control laboratory workbooks and logbooks
  • Verify that all analysis performed were as per client's methodology and/or compendial methods, and were in compliance with GLP and GMP requirements
  • Support training initiatives and ensure training records are complete and compliant
  • Review Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Archive and retrieve quality control data files
  • Audit and review data for accuracy, completeness and regulatory compliance
  • Assist in client audits and regulatory inspections as required
  • Review laboratory investigations conducted by Quality Control
  • Periodic review of training records, SOP’s, Change Control implementation, Deviation and OOS investigation
  • Assist in maintaining the Change Control system
  • Assist laboratory with regard to Out-of-Specification investigations, Exceptions and Corrective Actions
  • Other applicable tasks assigned by the QA manager

General Skills:

The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

  • Must be proficient at working in a team-based environment
  • Must demonstrate good written and oral communication skills in English (competence in French is an advantage)
  • Must have solid math skills
  • Must be able to work with limited direct supervision
  • Must have the ability to analyze data to extract pertinent information
  • Must be attentive to detail
  • Must have the flexibility to adapt to changing priorities
  • Must be able to manage multiple projects and tasks concurrently and effectively
  • Must have good organizational and interpersonal skills

Education and Experience:

  • University Degree in Science - Majoring in Chemistry
  • Experienced in the review of raw material, finished product, stability and analytical method validation documentation
  • Minimum of 2-5 yrs quality experience in a regulated pharmaceutical environment, within QA, QC, and/or Regulatory Affairs disciplines
  • Thorough understanding of cGMP, ICH, Canadian, and FDA regulatory requirements
  • Sound knowledge of chromatographic sciences and spectroscopic technologies such as UV, IR, GC, HPLC, Dissolution, AA, TOC
  • Computer proficiency with MS Office programs.

The above positions are only applicable to permanent residence and/or Canadian citizens with a minimum degree in science and five years of direct experience.

To Apply, Click on the Apply Now icon to submit your resume (in Microsoft Word format).
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

or Forward your resume to the attention of Human Resources to calss.markham@sgs.com

Laboratory Analyst

Analytical Experience in Pharmaceutical, Nutraceutical, and Cosmetic Disciplines are a must for this position
Reports To: Laboratory Supervisor
Location: Markham, Ontario

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Working in a very fast paced environment by performing full analytical testing of assigned materials or products within standard times and under minimum guidance. 
    The position relies heavily on comprehensive wet chemistry techniques, Dissolution, HPLC, GC, and AA testing on raw materials, in-process and final products per established SOP's and pharmacopoeial product specifications
  • Documenting and reporting results in accordance with GMP and GLP
  • Conducting laboratory investigation as required
  • Providing technical support to other analysts
  • Performing trouble-shooting on complex issues with respect to laboratory analysis and laboratory instrumentation
  • Performing all work in accordance with all established regulatory, compliance and safety requirements
  • Training junior analysts as required
  • Maintaining professional relationship with Internal/External Customers

Skills & Qualification Required:

  • University Degree in Science – preferably in Chemistry
  • Minimum of 3 years Quality Control experience in the Pharmaceutical industry in particular contract testing
  • Knowledge of GMP, GLP, Compendia, analytical techniques and method validation
  • Superior organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and tasks concurrently and effectively
  • Sound theoretical and technical knowledge of chromatographic sciences and spectroscopic technologies such as UV, IR, GC, HPLC, AA, TOC
  • Sound understanding of cGMP, ICH and FDA requirements
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills is a must
  • Computer proficiency with MS Office programs
  • Ability to meet deadlines and prioritize tasks with strong attention to detail

The above positions are only applicable to permanent residence and/or Canadian citizens with a minimum degree in science.

To Apply, Click on the Apply Now icon to submit your resume (in Microsoft Word format). We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

or Forward your resume to the attention of Human Resources to calss.markham@sgs.com

Metrology / Calibration Technician

Minimum 2 years of pharmaceutical lab experience with emphasis on instrumental methods are a must for this position. Calibration experience an asset.

Overall Responsibilities:

The candidate will perform qualification and maintenance activities of lab instruments and equipment.

Specific Tasks:

  • Participate in new instrument requirement determination activities.
  • Develop instrument qualification documents including but not limited to:
    • IQ, OQ and PQ Protocols
    • IQ, OQ and PQ Summary Reports
  • Execute qualification protocols.
  • Write and review related technical documents.
  • Maintain calibration and preventative maintenance schedule.
  • Develop and formalize calibration procedures ensuring all laboratory instruments have calibration SOPs.
  • Perform calibration testing in accordance with these procedures.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on analytical instruments.
  • Monitor maintenance status of individual instruments and coordinate with external service technicians as required.
  • Maintain calibration data in an organized format.
  • Perform all work in compliance with GXP, company SOPs and regulatory and safety standards.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

Expectations:

We are looking for an independent and self-sufficient person willing to learn. Critical thinking a must. Specialized and specific training will be provided. Ours is a fast-paced environment with multiple responsibilities offering unparalleled exposure to analytical instrumentation in use in pharmaceutical environments.

The above position is only applicable to permanent residence and/or Canadian citizens with a minimum degree in science and minimum of 2 years of pharmaceutical lab experience with emphasis on instrumental methods.

To Apply, Click on the Apply Now icon to submit your resume (in Microsoft Word format). We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

or Forward your resume to the attention of Human Resources to calss.markham@sgs.com