QC Analyst

  • Competitive Salary & Benefits
  • England North East Hartlepool
  • Permanent
  • Petrochemical
Our client are a Global Leader in Speciality Aroma Chemicals, due to growth they are now looking to add a QC Analyst to their team on a permanent basis, to be based in Teesside.
  • Support the labs during busy periods to ensure samples are processed through QC within the desired time period and priorities are managed;
  • Work alongside the Coordinator and Technical Analyst to oversee the day to day running of the laboratory;
  • Provide planned and reactive instrument maintenance;
  • Work instructions and batch cards are maintained and updated;
  • Corrective maintenance is arranged and completed when necessary by third parties;
  • All QC personnel are trained;
  • Plant personnel are advised of product non-conformance and corrective / preventative actions;
  • Undertake relevant analysis in respect to complaints and complete within the complaints system;
  • Calibrate, develop methods and standardise all equipment and chemicals in line with Quality Systems;
  • Method development for new and existing materials;
  • Review Suppliers and customers specifications;
  • Process out of specification and concessional release paperwork;
  • Become a member of the odour evaluation panel across both sites;
  • Complete QC Projects;
  • Ensure a safe working environment is maintained;
  • Maintain and improve housekeeping standards within the labs;
  • Undergo and provide training as required;
  • Work flexibly within the above guidelines and carryout any other duties as may be required
Experience & Qualifications:
  • Minimum Degree Level Chemistry (or equivalent)
  • Laboratory based analytical experience.
  • Experience of GLC, GCMS, titrations and other wet chemistry analysis is essential.
  • Experience of method development and validation is desirable.
  • Good laboratory practice.
  • Proven ability to build good working relationships both internally and externally.
  • Capable of working under own initiative and as part of a team.
  • Good communicator who is self-motivated, dedicated and well organized.
  • Someone who strives for continuous improvement.

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