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Working As An Analytical Scientist

  • Documenting/Recording Information
  • Interacting With Computers
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Analyzing Data or Information
  • Processing Information
  • Unpleasant/Hazardous Environment

  • $70,000

    Average Salary

What Does An Analytical Scientist Do At Kelly Services

* Independently develops, evaluates and validates analytical methods for assay of bulk drugs, raw materials, intermediates, and finished dosage forms using analytical instrumentation such as HPLC, UPLC, GC, GC/Headspace, dissolution, disintegration, spectroscopic and titrimetric techniques.
* Troubleshoots method challenges that arise under minimal supervision.
* Strong demonstrated experience with Empower, TotalChrom and other chromatographic software packages.
* Writes protocols and reports for method validation/ transfer GMP studies.
* Strong knowledge of ICH Guidelines.
* Records, evaluates, interprets and summarizes technical data independently.
* Presents the result of his/her work internally and externally, and writes reports that will be submitted to the FDA and other regulatory agencies world-wide.
* Conducts all activities in compliance with established regulatory requirements.
* Has a strong knowledge and understanding of Good Documentation Practices.
* Contemporaneously documents activities in technical notebooks or validated approved electronic media.
* Prepares reports, memos or regulatory documents.
* Provides technical expertise in support of project timelines to ensure expectations are clear and customer requirements (internal and external) are achieved, in full an on time.
* Assesses appropriateness of technology and their introduction to the laboratories

What Does An Analytical Scientist Do At General Electric

* Develop analytical procedures for characterizing technologies in the bioprocess portfolio (single-use systems, hollow fiber filters etc.).
* Prepare qualification and validation protocols and reports for analytical procedures and instrumentation.
* Perform method qualification, validation, and sample analysis.
* Prepare standard operating procedures for analytical procedures and instrumentation.
* Transfer analytical procedures to support manufacturing.
* Troubleshoot analytical instrumentation.
* Act as a technical consultant on analytical analysis for other parts of the organization (e.g. quality control, manufacturing engineering etc.).
* Participate in cross-functional teams on new product development and product care problem-solving efforts.
* Prepare application notes, reports, publications, and presentations.
* Design and oversee shelf-life studies.
* Contribute to the technical growth of the department and serve as a subject matter expert to support the organization.
* Actively participate in site EHS program

What Does An Analytical Scientist Do At Nice Pak

* a.
* Involve in development, validation and transfer of analytical test methods with minimum guidance.
* b.
* Draft test method SOP, validation and project reports with minimum guidance.
* STABILITY & VALIDATION STUDY:
* a.
* Responsible for stability studies and activities.
* b.
* Responsible for method validation projects 5%
* c.
* Manage stability samples.
* FORMULATION AND REGULATORY SUPPORT:
* a.
* Help formulators to determine the correct test method for product tests.
* b.
* Provide analytical support to regulatory.
* PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS
* Management of stability studies, maintaining inventory and tracking pull times.
* Execute proficiency with all applicable analytical test methods and instruments in the lab.
* Demonstrate research skills to adopt new test methods or test conditions efficiently.
* Design method development/validation studies in a timely manner with minimum guidance.
* Able to communicate and cooperate with other team members and cross functional teams effectively.
* Maintain a safe and compliant workspace in line with company SOPs.
* Requirements

What Does An Analytical Scientist Do At Endo International

* Perform routine as well as complex analyses of raw materials, in-process, finished product and stability samples including dissolution, assays, chromatographic purity, content uniformity using UV and HPLC, particle size distribution using different techniques including Light Scattering (e.g.
* Malvern), density, water determination by KF, and other tests according to the in-house and USP monographs/methods.
* Maintain accurate lab notebooks and complete all related analytical reports, write summaries, and keep proper documentation in compliance with SOPs
* Maintain the laboratories with good housekeeping practices and in compliance with cGMPs.
* Analyze and interpret results in written and oral format in consultation with Principle Scientist and/or Sr. manager
* Perform peer notebook review, train and guide less experienced scientists, and troubleshoot problems, all with minimal supervision
* Follow all SOPs and Safety Guidelines to ensure compliance with a cGMP environment and Par Safety Practices.
* Supervisory Responsibilities:
* Number of exempt employees supervised: 0
* Number of non- exempt employees supervised: 0

What Does An Analytical Scientist Do At Ford Motor Company

* Work with Pricing Analytics, Risk, Finance, and Sales teams to support optimal pricing strategies, reflecting the risk/return tradeoff
* Employ statistical procedures (e.g., binary/multinomial logistic, nested logit) to develop demand models to quantify customer and dealer responsiveness to price and other vehicle incentives
* Employ econometric procedures (e.g., ARIMA, ARCH/GARCH) to develop forecasts for loan offers, approvals, purchases as well as portfolio mix (e.g., term, risk tier)
* Develop optimization models and frameworks to determine optimal pricing; incorporating corporate objectives and constraints
* Maintain models and algorithms on an ongoing basis
* Continuously explore ways to enhance models
* Develop model tracking methodologies and reports to monitor model performance
* Investigate data & implementation issues
* Use data-mining techniques to find opportunities in the pricing area
* Work with various data sources and platforms (PC, Mainframe, Unix/Linux, Teradata, flat files) to compile data
* Utilize statistical software (e.g., SAS, JMP, Matlab, R) to develop models, forecasts, and optimization algorithms

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How To Become An Analytical Scientist

Chemists and materials scientists need at least a bachelor’s degree in chemistry or a related field. However, a master’s degree or Ph.D. is required for many research jobs.

Education

A bachelor’s degree in chemistry or in a related field is needed for entry-level chemist or materials scientist jobs. Although some materials scientists hold a degree in materials science, most have a degree in chemistry, physics, or engineering. Many jobs require a master’s degree or a Ph.D. and also may require significant levels of work experience. Chemists and materials scientists with a Ph.D. and postdoctoral experience typically lead basic- or applied-research teams.

Many colleges and universities offer degree programs in chemistry that are approved by the American Chemical Society. There are few programs specifically in materials science, but the number of programs is gradually increasing. Some colleges offer materials science as a specialization within their chemistry programs, and some engineering schools offer degrees in the joint field of materials science and engineering. High school students can prepare for college coursework by taking chemistry, math, and computer science classes.

Undergraduate chemistry majors typically are required to take courses in analytical, organic, inorganic, and physical chemistry. In addition to chemistry coursework, they take classes in mathematics, biological sciences, and physics. Computer science courses are essential, because chemists and materials scientists need computer skills to perform modeling and simulation tasks, manage and manipulate databases, and operate computerized laboratory equipment.

Laboratory experience, either at a college or university, or through internships, fellowships, or work–study programs in industry, is also useful.

Graduate students studying chemistry commonly specialize in a subfield, such as analytical chemistry or inorganic chemistry. For example, those interested in doing research in the pharmaceutical industry usually develop a strong background in medicinal or organic chemistry.

Important Qualities

Analytical skills. Chemists and materials scientists carry out scientific experiments and studies. They must be precise and accurate in their analyses, because errors could invalidate their research.

Communication skills. Chemists and materials scientists need to communicate with team members and other scientists. They must be able to read and write technical reports and give presentations.

Critical-thinking skills. Chemists and materials scientists carefully evaluate their own work and the work of others. They must determine if results and conclusions are based on sound science.

Interpersonal skills. Chemists and materials scientists typically work on interdisciplinary research teams and need to work well with others toward a common goal. Many serve as team leaders and must be able to motivate and direct other team members.

Math skills. Chemists and materials scientists regularly use complex mathematical equations and formulas, and they need a broad understanding of mathematics, including calculus, algebra, and statistics.

Organizational skills. Chemists and materials scientists need to document processes carefully in order to conform to regulations and industry procedures. Disorganization in the workplace can lead to legal problems, damage to equipment, and chemical spills.

Perseverance. Scientific research involves substantial trial and error, and chemists and materials scientists must not become discouraged in their work.

Problem-solving skills. Chemists and materials scientists research and develop new and improved chemical products, processes, and materials. This work requires a great deal of trial and error on the part of chemists and materials scientists before a unique solution is found.

Time-management skills. Chemists and materials scientists usually need to meet deadlines when conducting research. They must be able to manage time and prioritize tasks efficiently while maintaining their quality of work.

Advancement

Chemists typically receive greater responsibility and independence in their work as they gain experience. Greater responsibility also is gained through further education. Ph.D. chemists usually lead research teams and have control over the direction and content of projects, but even Ph.D. holders have room to advance as they gain experience. As chemists become more proficient in managing research projects, they may take on larger, more complicated, and more expensive projects.

Some chemists and materials scientists become natural sciences managers.

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Real Analytical Scientist Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Senior Analytical Scientist JHP Pharmaceuticals, LLC Rochester, MI Apr 25, 2014 $125,664
Analytic Scientist Bioanalytix, Inc. Cambridge, MA Mar 08, 2016 $110,000
Process Analytical Scientist Senior Genzyme Corporation Westborough, MA May 18, 2016 $108,800 -
$163,200
Analytical Scientist International Aids Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) New York, NY Sep 08, 2014 $105,000
SR. Analytical Scientist Invagen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Hauppauge, NY Sep 25, 2015 $103,000
Analytical Scientist Sabic Innovative Plastics Us LLC Vernon, IN Aug 24, 2014 $102,100
Staff Analytical Scientist Johnson Matthey Pharmaceutical Services Devens, MA Aug 31, 2016 $101,010
Analytical Scientist Collegium Pharmaceutical, Inc. Canton, MA Oct 17, 2016 $100,000
Analytical Scientist II Hospira, Inc. Boulder, CO Jul 13, 2013 $97,291
Senior Analytical Scientist Ambiopharm, Inc. North Augusta, SC May 10, 2013 $95,400
SR. Analytical Scientist Invagen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Hauppauge, NY Sep 25, 2015 $95,000
Senior Electrocatalyst Analytical Scientist General Motors Company Warren, MI May 27, 2013 $94,008
Scientist, BIO-Analytical Pronutria Biosciences, Inc. Cambridge, MA Jun 22, 2015 $93,000
Analytical Chemistry Scientist Northstar Technology Corporation Silver Spring, MD Jun 30, 2014 $79,997
Analytical Scientist Johnson Matthey Pharmaceutical Materials, Inc. Devens, MA Dec 30, 2013 $79,326
Senior Analytical Scientist ACRO Service Corp Rocky Mount, NC Sep 25, 2015 $79,040
Analytical Scientist Sciegen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Hauppauge, NY May 28, 2015 $78,200
Analytical Scientist II Vintage Pharmaceuticals LLC Huntsville, AL Nov 10, 2013 $78,000
SR. Analytical Scientist I Akorn, Inc. Copiague, NY Oct 17, 2016 $78,000
Process Analytical Scientist Associate Genzyme Corporation Cambridge, MA Jan 30, 2013 $67,579 -
$85,072
Analytical Scientist Research and Development Pharmaforce, Inc. New Albany, OH Jul 14, 2014 $66,450
Analytical Scientist III Charles River Laboratories Contract Manufacturing Pa, LLC Boothwyn, PA Jul 11, 2016 $66,000
Analytical Scientist III Charles River Laboratories, Inc. Boothwyn, PA Dec 15, 2016 $65,583
Analytical Scientist III Charles River Laboratories Contract Manufacturing Pa, LLC Boothwyn, PA Sep 15, 2016 $65,583
Analytical Scientist, III Akorn, Inc. Warminster, PA Jan 09, 2016 $65,520
Analytical Scientist, III Akorn, Inc. Cranbury, NJ Sep 15, 2016 $65,520
Analytical Scientist (R&D) Davisco Foods International Inc. Le Sueur, MN Sep 04, 2013 $65,000

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Top Skills for An Analytical Scientist

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Top Analytical Scientist Skills

  1. Hplc
  2. Laboratory Equipment
  3. Analytical Method Development
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Executed independently a chiral method development on drug substance development and drug product formulation utilizing reverse and normal phase HPLC techniques.
  • Spearheaded the organization and upkeep of a filing system containing the calibration records and other pertinent information on all laboratory equipment.
  • Perform analytical method development, validations and technology transfer across Merck Global Supply Network (internal/external/emerging markets).
  • Maintained and monitored Stability Chambers for various stability studies.
  • Write and perform validation protocols for laboratory equipment and methods, as well as the cleaning and sanitation of manufacturing equipment.

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