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Associate Scientist/Operational Technologist – Drug Product Delivery at AstraZeneca in Gothenburg.
We have an exciting opening for a talented Drug Product Delivery (DPD) Associate Scientist/Operational Technologist to join AstraZeneca in Gothenburg. You will have a great opportunity to learn more about pharmaceutical development working with experienced operators. This role contributes to the packaging of drug products in development phase for clinical studies.
Purpose, Offer and Benefits
This is a consulting assignment with a start date of December 1st and extends through the end of February. You will be employed by TNG during the assignment period.
We are curious, creative, and open to new ideas and ways of working. Above all, we are passionate about science and driven to always put patients first. Join AstraZeneca and apply your expertise in a company that is following the science and turn ideas into life changing medicines.
All below activities will have an impact on the speed, quality and cost of the AZ development portfolio.
The Bigger Picture
The role is intended to be used in a flexible way to resolve short term bottle necks. The role holder will not become fully qualified as a GMP operator but will be able to carry out much of the work expected from operators under supervision
Pharmaceutical Technology and Development (PT&D) is the organization that turns brilliant science into actual medicines that help millions of people. We work across the entire value chain, designing and delivering active ingredients, formulations and devices for new medicines and providing expert technical support to all AstraZeneca´s commercial drug substances and products to ensure we successfully supply medicines to patients.
Drug Product Delivery (DPD) within PT&D is the sole internal AstraZeneca department that packs, labels and distributes investigational medicinal products to clinical trial patients. We support launched, pre-launched and products under development within all our therapeutic areas. We work in a fast paced environment where flexibility, agility and team work enable us to deliver high value to clinical trials.
We are looking for flexible staff with good team working skills. You need to be careful with following written procedures and document executed tasks. In addition, you should have an interest in technique and manufacturing equipment and practical hands-on work.
You must have completed your studies at upper secondary school level e.g. in natural/technical sciences and good knowledge of oral and written English.