Employment Opportunities

Careers at Boston Analytical

Boston Analytical offers a stimulating work environment for highly educated, technically skilled people seeking fulfilling, long-term employment. In addition to competitive salaries and benefits, Boston Analytical offers robust training and development programs, and we encourage employees to broaden their skills through continuing education. If you’re looking for ample opportunities for professional growth and advancement, working alongside the industry’s best and brightest, Boston Analytical is the place to be.

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Current job postings are posted below:

Lab Technician - Chemistry

The Lab Technician will perform routine laboratory tasks and assist laboratory personnel according to FDA, cGMP and Boston Analytical's Standard Operating Procedures.

Requirements 

A high school diploma or GED is required, or an AS degree in a scientific discipline preferred. A Laboratory Technician should be willing to attend technical training classes to enhance skills or correct identified deficiencies. 8-hour HAZWOPER training is a plus. There is no minimal related work experience required.

Shift: This is a full-time opportunity working Tuesday through Saturday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. 

Primary Duties & Responsibilities

  • Cleans and maintains laboratory glassware, equipment, supplies and laboratory.
  • Monitors and maintains water system.
  • Properly handles, stores and disposes of hazardous materials.
  • Prepares samples for testing.
  • Will be trained on basic chemistry tests.
  • Follows all safety rules and regulations.
  • Follows all cGMP rules and regulations.
  • Documents results of tests and analyses.
  • Ensures all work performed strictly adheres to cGMP, Company, client and Pharmacopeial methodologies.
  • Assists Chemists and other company personnel on an as needed basis.
  • Assist in proper management of hazardous waste and compliance with DES hazardous waste rules.

Minimum Skills Required

  • Must have the ability and skill to perform the detailed job requirements noted above competently, safely and proficiently. 
  • Self-starting motivated person who possesses good interpersonal skills and who is able to effectively interact with all departments with the Company.
  • Must have good organizational and verbal communication skills.
  • Basic computer skills required. Experience with cGMP is preferred.
  • Must be a team player with integrity and concern for the quality of Company products, services and staff members.

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QC Chemist - 2nd Shift

The Chemist conducts quantitative and qualitative analysis of pharmaceutical products according to FDA, cGMP and Boston Analytical, Inc. Standard Operating Procedures.  Duties will include analysis of pharmaceutical products using HPLC, GC, Dissolution, AA, UV-Vis, Wet Chemical Analysis and Method Development.

Requirements:
Qualification include a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry or a related science discipline is required with 0-3 years of related experience. Knowledge of cGMPs and related compliance regulations and guidances is preferred.

Shifts: This is a full time opportunity. Candidates must be available to work either shift. They are: 1) 4 - 10 hr/days, Sunday through Wednesday or 2) Monday through Friday, 1:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Prepares and analyzes products to determine chemical and physical properties.
  • Documents work in a clear and organized manner.
  • Follows all safety rules and regulations and conducts periodic safety audits.
  • Follows all cGMP rules and regulations.
  • Under close supervision confers with chemists and other client personnel regarding research, procedures performed, related results and prepares reports.
  • Under close supervision will be trained to become proficient at assigned tasks in order to become subject matter experts.
  • Performs routine data generation and problem solving with a minimal rework.
  • Works under close supervision to ensure all work performed is performed in compliance with standard operating procedures, good manufacturing practices, and the regulations of the Food and Drug Administration.
  • Ensures all work performed strictly adheres to Company, client and Pharmacopeial methodologies.
  • Performs system maintenance and calibrations to ensure equipment is operating with specified requirements.
  • Proper handling of hazardous waste in compliance with the Company and DES hazardous waste rules.

Minimum Skills Requirements:

  • Must have the ability and skill to perform the detailed job requirements noted above competently, safely and proficiently. 
  • A self-starter, motivated person who possesses good interpersonal skills capable of effectively interacting with all departments and client personnel.
  • Must have excellent organizational, verbal communication and technical documentation skills.
  • Solid computer skills.
  • Knowledge of safe laboratory practices, including the proper procedures in handling chemicals and samples.
  • Must be a team player with integrity and concern for the quality of Company products, services and staff members.

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QA Specialist I

The Quality Assurance Specialist supports the QA Lead and the company’s quality program by auditing chemists analytical data, routine work, protocols and reports.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONISIBITIES

 

  •   Auditing chemists’ routine project folders for conformance to company and customer requirements.
  • Write, review and edit Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s, Forms and Methods) and familiarity with internal SOPs.
  • Alternate contact person for QA questions relating to laboratory operations and client correspondences.
  • Work with area management on the writing, issuance and tracking of deviations and investigations for closure.
  • Perform and assist with GMP audits.
  • Review and approval of Standard Operating Procedures, Specifications, Deviation Reports, Change Controls, and supporting documentation.
  • Review laboratory protocols and reports for accuracy and compliance to cGMP’s, as applicable.
  • Review and approval of data for determining the disposition of GMP material (raw material, in-process, finished product, packaging, labeling and manufacturing components) and the review and approval of documents and data associated with the Stability Program.
  • Other assigned responsibilities as established by the Quality Assurance Lead.

 

REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS
Qualification include a Bachelor’s degree in a related science discipline with 0-3 years of QA experience, preferably in a pharmaceutical industry.  Experience in a regulated industry. Experience writing and reviewing SOPs, QC data and documentation. Knowledge of LIMS a plus. Strong familiarity with regulatory/compliance environment (cGMP, GLP) associated with biotechnological, parenteral drug manufacture and/or medical device production.

MINIMUM SKILLS REQUIREMENTS

  • Knowledge of GMPs related compliance regulations and guidances are required.
  • Must have the ability and skill to perform the detailed job requirements noted above competently, safely and proficiently. 
  •  A self-starter, motivated person who possesses good interpersonal skills capable of effectively interacting with all departments and client personnel.
  • Must have excellent organizational, analytical, verbal communication and technical documentation skills.
  • Good computer skills, such as MS office software.
  • Must be a team player with integrity and concern for the quality of Company products, services and staff members.


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Boston Analytical is an Equal Opportunity Employer.