NORTH-WEST UNIVERSITY (POTCHEFSTROOM CAMPUS

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NORTH-WEST UNIVERSITY (POTCHEFSTROOM CAMPUS)
FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES
PEROMNES: 8
RIIP/CENQAM
POSITION NUMBER: PC09265
VACANCY: SUBJECT SPECIALIST
Responsibilities:
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Management of the HPLC laboratory and HPLC staff
Interpretation and final approval of all HPLC results
Performing analytical investigations on out-of-specification results
Liaison with clients regarding HPLC matters
Training of HPLC staff
Management of safety and risk elements in the HPLC laboratory
Establishment and review of SOPs
Establishment and review of results forms, logbooks and laboratory books
Promoting the image of RIIP/CENQAM
Ad hoc tasks
Minimum requirements:
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A diploma in Analytical Chemistry, or a BPharm degree, or a BSc degree in a relevant discipline
At least three years’ experience in HPLC analyses in a pharmaceutical QC laboratory
At least three years’ experience in pharmaceutical analytical processes (five years in case of a diploma)
Other competency requirements:
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Proven knowledge of and experience in the implementation and maintenance of a quality-assurance system with
reference to ISO 17025 and GMP
Advanced knowledge of pharmaceutical analyses, especially with respect to HPLC analyses
Good research skills
The ability to do data interpretation and analytical investigations
Good project-management skills
Good communication skills (verbal and written)
Computer literacy in Microsoft Word and Excel
Demonstration of language proficiency in order to function optimally in the various multilingual environments of the
NWU
TOTAL REMUNERATION PACKAGE: Market related
ENQUIRIES:
Dr Erna Swanepoel, 018 299 2325
CLOSING DATE:
10 April 2015
COMMENCEMENT OF DUTIES:
1 May 2015
ADVANTAGES: Attractive study benefits as well as the normal fringe benefits apply.
FOR APPLICATION FORMS:
Contact the Human Capital Department at tel. 018 299 4961, or send an email to
[email protected] Application forms are also available at Room G25 or G27,
C1 Building, Institutional Office. Completed application forms must either be
handed in at the Human Capital Department on the campuses as specified on the
application form, or sent via email to [email protected], or faxed to 018 293
5308.
The University subscribes to and applies the principles of the Employment Equity Act and is committed to transformation.
All applications will be processed in terms of the Protection of Personal Information Act.
Original details: SHARE/3.1 Recruitment and Selection/3.1.2 Advertisement for vacant position
Date: 24.3.2015
File reference number: 3.1.2.1/Position number: PC09265
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