The Stability Coordinator is responsible for the general operation and support of the stability program, including the oversight of ongoing studies, operation & maintenance of stability chambers and related equipment, as well as development and approval of all study related protocols and reports.
Educational requirements: Minimum of a 4 year degree is required (ie BS/BA) in a science based field of study, with a preference to Chemistry
Prior work experience within stability programs in the pharmaceutical or related contract service industry is required, with a preference for 2+ years.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills are a prerequisite.
Experienced in the evaluation of analytical data, including statistical interpretation of stability data, and is able to assist others in this area.
Detailed knowledge cGMP requirements.
Significant experience in laboratory Corrective and Preventive Investigations is a plus.
The company provides for a full complement of benefits, including paid vacation, holidays, and employer-subsidized medical, dental and vision insurance.
This position is in a fast-paced commercial laboratory, and is ideally suited to the individual that thrives on multiple projects and priorities, enjoys learning and seeks new challenges every day. The optimum candidate will have the opportunity to grow both within the position and organization, with opportunity for advancement into a management and supervisory position.