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QC Analytical Chemist

at DuPont in Newark, Delaware, United States

Job Description

DuPont has an exciting and challenging opportunity within our Electronics and Industrial business for a QC Analytical Chemist, located in Newark, Delaware

This highly visible opportunity will lead and assist the development of lab methods, instrumentation, and improvement of processes within multiple plant laboratories.

+ Perform non-routine and routine complex analyses.

+ Ensure the effective operation of analytical systems and the lab’s adherence to ODMS.

+ Assure the quality of analytical data provided to produce and release products

+ Implement and verify the performance of new equipment

+ Develop and verify new testing methods

Accountabilities:

+ Development and verification of new or updated test methods for site labs

+ Effective delivery of timely accurate analytical results by the lab including:

+ Sample submission process for routine and non-routine analyses

+ Calibrated and maintained equipment

+ Sample analysis

+ Data capture and management

+ Information Technology tool management

+ Sample and inventory management

+ Documented EH&S and ODMS procedures

Responsibilities:

+ Review analytical requests for value and alignment with goals

+ Route analytical requests to the appropriate service provider.

+ Implement response plans for requests.

+ Schedule and perform work according to the Sample Plan, maintenance and QC schedules.

+ Work with business teams to develop, implement, and verify new testing methods

+ Schedule and perform advanced calibrations and maintenance of analytical systems.

+ Perform in-depth troubleshooting of analytical systems.

+ Collect samples that involve complex procedures.

+ Perform non-routine and complex routine analyses.

+ Monitor analytical systems, evaluate validity of data, apply statistics, interpret results, and take appropriate action.

+ Document, communicate, and archive analytical results, calibration and maintenance data

+ Partner with the On-line Analyzer Technician to assure consistency of on- and off-line data.

+ Perform first line troubleshooting of laboratory IT and data handling systems.

+ Monitor and maintain calibration standards and consumable items

+ Manage raw material and product retain samples

+ Help troubleshoot plant and customer problems.

+ Implement and verify the performance of new equipment

+ Assist in adapting and implementing laboratory IT and data handling systems to the needs of the unit.

+ Network with others to leverage technology, and problem solving and prevention.

+ Continuously improve EH&S and analytical performance.

+ Participate in reviews to identify opportunities to optimize the number of analyses performed on-line and in the lab.

+ Follow and train others on the AWP, analytical systems, and EH&S and ODMS procedures.

Skills and Knowledge

Interpersonal

+ Effective team member skills

+ Good verbal and written communication skills

+ Prioritization, organization, and project management skills

+ Ability to work in cross-functional team

Learning

+ Basic working knowledge of organic and inorganic chemistry

+ Thorough understanding of statistics and how to apply statistical concepts to laboratory data

+ Ability to learn about new and emerging technology and equipment

Work Process Discipline

+ Knowledge of applicable work processes (as applicable)

+ Detailed knowledge of the Analytical Work Process and associated tools

+ Working knowledge of cGMP

+ Working knowledge of Six Sigma project methodology

+ Understand materials and supplies management process

+ Working knowledge of sample shipping processes

+ Understanding of importance of following and correcting procedures

Technical

+ Understands the theory, capabilities, limitations, and applications of the analytical instruments used on a routine basis

+ In depth instrument troubleshooting skills

+ Proficient in developing and implementing analytical standard operating procedures.

+ Proficient at developing test standards and carrying out complex standardizations and calibrations.

4 year BS (Bachelors of Science) University Degree or equivalent in Chemistry or aligned field.

+5 years of analytical Laboratory experience

DuPont is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability or any other protected class. If you need a reasonable accommodation to search or apply for a position, please visit our Accessibility Page for Contact Information (http://www.dupont.com/global-links/accessibility.html) .

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Job Posting: JC191196852

Posted On: Aug 29, 2021

Updated On: Oct 15, 2021