Stability Coordinator – Sussex

Julie Marshall at CK Science is currently recruiting for a Stability Programme Coordinator to join a QA department  for a pharmaceutical company  based in Sussex on a full time, temporary basis for 12 months


As Stability Programme Coordinator you will be responsible for:

  • Requesting, receipt and delivery of stability samples
  • The design of Stability Protocols, influencing content and processes and exerting advocacy for regulatory and QMS requirements
  • Set up and management of stability studies in electronic (LIMS) systems, including troubleshooting
  • Owning the process for preparation, labelling and storage of stability samples within temperature and humidity controlled environmental chambers in accordance with approved protocols and procedures
  • Approving and reporting data generated by the laboratories and contributing to the review of laboratory OOS/ OOT investigations and deviations to identify trends and preventative actions

Qualifications and skills:

The successful Stability Programme Coordinator will have the following qualifications, skills & experiences:

  • Degree in a relevant subject (or equivalent) or experience in a role that demonstrates technical understanding of equipment and processes
  • Comprehensive knowledge of worldwide stability regulations
  • Stability data interpretation and use of appropriate tests  
  • Good understanding of the QMS and change control system in particular
  • Knowledge and experience in stability regulations

If successful, you will be joining a global company and in return there is an attractive salary and career progression opportunities.

How to apply:

Apply online:

Julie Marshall - Senior Account Manager at CK ScienceFor more information or to apply for this Stability Programme Coordinator position, please contact Julie Marshall via email  or  telephone 01438 723 500. Please quote reference ST24533 in all correspondence.

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