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Johnson & Johnson

Associate Scientist Small Molecules

Posted May 25, 2022
Job ID: JJJP00011167
40 hrs/week
7 months
Starts: Jun 6, 2022
Ends: Dec 31, 2022
Payrate range
Application Deadline: Jun 6, 2022 12:00 AM

Johnson & Johnson Worksense (via Randstad Sourceright) is responsible for finding, engaging and contracting talent for the Johnson & Johnson contingent workforce.


We are currently recruiting an Associate Scientist Small Molecules to join our contingent workforce. You will be working in the Small Molecule Method Development department of J&J in Beerse, Belgium. This will be an initial contract opportunity until December 31st 2022, with possibility of an extension.


Department description:


  • Small Molecule Method Development is a department within Small Molecule Pharmaceutical Development (SMPD-AD). The department is responsible for: Small Molecule Method Development, Method Validation, Method Transfer and support for chromatographic, spectroscopic and physicochemical methods.
  • Focused analytical base business support for the Small Molecule (SM) R&D and Manufacturing product portfolio
  • Development and implementation of Process Analytical Technology (PAT) / New Innovative Analytical Technology Platforms for Small Molecules



Your Responsibilities:


  • Execute Near-Infrared (NIR)/Raman method development, validation and transfer activities on small molecule projects related to lab applications (content uniformity, moisture, polymorphs and identification).
  • Execute experiments assisting the scientific experts, supporting the implementation of New Analytical Technologies and Process Analytical Technologies for small molecule applications.
  • Execute data review
  • Author and review protocols and reports regarding method development, method validation and method transfer
  • Report results to teams and management.
  • Ensure high scientific quality standards for experiments and take on responsibility for these experiments.
  • Comply with regulatory, GMP and safety rules
  • Work in a multidisciplinary team




Minimum requirements: 


  • You hold a Master/Bachelor’s degree in Analytical Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Technology or a related science with a minimum of 3 years of experience in a Pharmaceutical Company
  • Expertise in various spectroscopic techniques (NIR, Raman, UV and IR) for application in analytical chemistry is preferred.
  • You have good knowledge of GMP.
  • Familiarity and experience with conventional analytical techniques (HPLC, GC, Karl-fisher, Laser Diffraction) is beneficial.
  • Knowledge and/or experience with pharmaceutical processes (granulation, blending, spray drying, coating, …) is an asset.
  • Ensure high scientific quality standards for experiments and take on responsibility for these experiments.
  • You have a good knowledge of English, both spoken and written. Notions of Dutch are a plus.





If you meet our requirements and are interested in hearing more about our Associate Scientist Small Molecules role, please do not hesitate to apply through the provided link today and a member of our recruitment team will be in touch!


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