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Protocol Link, Inc.

Contract: QC Technician



Job Description
QC Technician Contractor

Primary role of this position is to provide operational support for the Quality Control (QC) cGMP functions, both for laboratory and manufacturing operations. Role will focus on support activities, such as sampling, material inspection, and support of manufacturing and laboratory operations.

Bachelor’s Degree in Physical or Chemical Science
3+ years of experience in pharmaceutical industry QC environment.

Key Skills:
• Proficient with HPLC, Bacterial Endotoxin, AES technology including operation, and interpreting and analyzing test results
• Proficient with analytical techniques including HPLC Analysis and in process material testing
• Able to critically analyze, draw conclusions about, and summarize test results in a timely manner that also complies to appropriate cGMP regulations, guidelines and internal procedures
• Health and Safety Program by following procedures and mentoring others
• Ability to calculate figures such as proportions and work with mathematical concepts such as probability. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent









About Protocol Link, Inc.
Headquartered in Chicago metropolitan area, Protocol Link is a leading project management and strategy consulting firm providing comprehensive regulatory affairs, cGMP compliance, quality assurance, and validation services to the FDA-regulated companies worldwide. Protocol Link’s mission is to provide customer-focused services with ethical conduct, mutual trust, and personnel empowerment while striving to offer the best of both quality and efficiency. It's how we've been doing business since 1996. The right way.


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