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Laurus Bio Formerly Richcore Lifesciences is hiring msc chemistry candidates for the post of analytical scientist, Chemistry job opening 2023. Cnbaidtaes with master’s degree in chemistry may apply for the job opening at Laurus bio. Analytical scientist job opening. Check out all the details on the same below:
They are looking for some highly innovative team members for our R&D analytical team. The ideal candidate will have a strong passion and curiosity for research. This candidate should be able to conduct experiments to supplement work when necessary and analyze various points of data to establish findings.
Job Title: Analytical Scientist
Location: job will be located at our site in Bangalore.
- Masters/Ph.D (Analytical Chemistry or related disciplines)
- Masters + 3-5 years of work experience; PhD with 0-3 years experience
- Experience with any or various analytical techniques like HPLC, GC, biochemical assays related to biomolecules
- Take initiative, being willing to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated capacity to handle multiple tasks and demands
- Ability to effectively work in cross-disciplinary teams and manage multiple workflows
Strong communication skills to interact with internal and external stakeholders
- Establish critical analytical methods for the new method development and optimization, as well as supporting product development studies including HPLC, Stability, and other Biochemical assays
- Develop and transfer qualified methods to QC or CRO, and support validation and trouble shooting
- Establishing In-house systems and procedures to ensure cGLP practices & regulatory requirements for analytical activities at In-house R&D facility
- Serving as a Subject Matter Expert in bioanalytical technology communicating with clients in managing technical expectations for their projects
- Preparing reports of analysis and Standard Operating Procedures for internal and external use
Some possible questions that can be asked in an interview for the Analytical Scientist position, along with their answers, are:
- What experience do you have with HPLC, GC, and biochemical assays related to biomolecules?
Answer: As mentioned in my resume, I have worked with HPLC and GC for quantitative analysis of small molecules and biomolecules. I have also worked with various biochemical assays such as ELISA, western blot, and enzymatic assays to quantify biomolecules.
2. Can you describe your experience in establishing critical analytical methods for new method development and optimization?
Answer: Yes, I have experience in developing and optimizing critical analytical methods for product development studies. I have worked on method development and optimization for HPLC, stability, and other biochemical assays. I have also transferred qualified methods to QC or CRO, and supported validation and troubleshooting.
3. How do you ensure cGLP practices and regulatory requirements for analytical activities at In-house R&D facility?
Answer: I ensure cGLP practices and regulatory requirements by establishing in-house systems and procedures for analytical activities. I ensure that all the activities are documented and performed according to the standard operating procedures (SOPs). I also ensure that all the instruments and equipment are calibrated and maintained regularly.
4. Can you give an example of how you have effectively worked in cross-disciplinary teams and managed multiple workflows?
Answer: Yes, I have worked in cross-disciplinary teams during my previous employment, where I collaborated with scientists from different fields such as pharmacology, toxicology, and formulation development. I managed multiple workflows by prioritizing tasks and communicating effectively with the team members. For example, during one project, I managed to complete the HPLC method development and optimization while also contributing to the stability study of the product.
5. How do you ensure effective communication with internal and external stakeholders as an analytical scientist?
Answer: As an analytical scientist, I ensure effective communication with internal and external stakeholders by preparing reports of analysis and standard operating procedures (SOPs) for internal and external use. I also communicate technical information effectively to non-technical stakeholders, such as clients and management, by using clear and concise language. I ensure that all the stakeholders are updated regularly about the progress of the project and any issues that may arise.
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