Syngene is Hiring
Recruitment drive for analytical in chennai on 16-oct-2016 (Sunday) @ Gateway hotel, 309 old mahabalipuram road.
Experience Range: 2 to 5 years
Qualification: M.Sc./ M.Pharm.
- Expertise in Analytical Method development , validation, method transfers and stability studies (API, Solid Orals and Parentral Formulation) by using HPLC, UPLC, GC with EMPOWER-3.
- Excellent knowledge in cGMP, ICH, USP and regularity requirements and good oral and written communication skills.
- Working experience in 21 CFR part 11 compliance & GLPs will be an added advantages.
- Experience in handling instruments like HPLC,UPLC,dissolution and GC.
Please note that QC candidates with hands on experience in Method Validation can also apply.
Applicant Also Applied for: EMCURE Pharma Recruitment
Walk in Details for Syngene :
DATE: 16 October Sunday
Time: 08:30 AM onwards
Venue: The Gateway Hotel,
309, Old mahabalipuram Road,Sholinganallur, Chennai-600119
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Incorporated in the year 1994, Syngene International is one of India's premier contract research and manufacturing organizations in providing customized service. Our services encompasses all across discovery chain: early stage discovery, process development, cGMP manufacturing and formulation development both in the small molecule and novel biologics area. Based in Bangalore, Karnataka, the Company is situated in a 90 acre Special Economic Zone with over 100000 sq. mt of built up facilities. The state-of-the-art research facilities have been qualified by various pharmaceutical majors & regulatory agencies and has received various certifications including ISO 9001: 2008, ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007, GLP and AAALAC.
Over the past 16 years, Syngene has successfully partnered with leading pharmaceutical companies, large biotech companies, crop protection companies and cosmetics companies. Syngene together with Bristol-Myers Squibb has set up a dedicated research facility in Bangalore to help advance Bristol-Myers Squibb's work in discovery and early drug development.