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JUBILANT HOLLISTERSTIER LLC Scientist I-II-III-IV, Quality Control in SPOKANE, Washington

Jubilant HollisterStier LLC, a well-established member of the business community in Spokane, Washington, provides a complete range of services to support the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industries. The Allergy business is a worldwide leader in the manufacture of allergenic extracts, targeted primarily at treating allergies and asthma. Jubilant HollisterStier is also a nationally recognized contract manufacturer of sterile injectable vials, and lyophilized products. Jubilant HollisterStier is a proud member of the Jubilant Pharma family. Our Promise: Caring, Sharing, Growing We will, with the utmost care for the environment and society, continue to enhance value for our customers and stakeholders by providing innovative products and economically efficient solutions’ through growth, cost effectiveness and wise investment of resources. What can we offer? A culture that values opportunity for professional growth and development while engaged in the manufacture of life-saving products Generous paid time off programs in addition to a generous paid holiday schedule Comprehensive medical, dental, vision, prescription and disability benefit programs starting day 1 Company match for 401k and Roth, 100% vested from day 1 Health and wellness programs, including Employee Assistance Program Education Assistance Program Job Description: The QC Scientist I/II/III/IV performs the analysis on allergenic and client components, raw materials, intermediates, and finished products following written procedures, providing the data required to determine raw material/product disposition. Essential responsibilities include: *Analyze raw materials, in-process product, or finished product according to established procedures and as directed by the Supervisor. *Record results and other salient data in the prescribed manner to meet regulatory requirements and provide information basic to product disposition and shelf-life projections. *Perform experiments to assess product or procedural problems under the direction of the Supervisor. Assist in other forms of troubleshooting as directed. *Prepare reports on new or ongoing product quality control testing for management as directed by the Supervisor. *Complete core QC training per procedures. *Adhere to the pertinent aspects of plant safety programs and in keeping with GMP’s or other regulations. *Maintain and operate laboratory equipment to assure accuracy and confidence in performance. *Perform special assignments as directed by Supervisor. The Scientist III also demonstrates leadership, teamwork, and technical experience. Additional essential responsibilities include: *Create new procedures as needed. *Participate in direct internal and/or external client interactions. *Demonstrate QC leadership within the department and outside the department as needed. *Demonstrate technical expertise. *Suggest pathways for improvement of processes and procedures, and suggest resolution on issues such as unexpected results. The Scientist IV also demonstrates leadership, teamwork, and technical experience. Additional essential responsibilities include: *Perform experiments to assess product or procedural problems with input from the Supervisor. Lead or assist in other forms of troubleshooting as directed. *Create procedures, protocols, and reports on new or ongoing product quality control testing for management as directed by the Supervisor or as required by a project team. *Participate heavily in direct internal and/or external client interactions, including communication of results, and incidents; propose and implement possible resolution pathways.

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