Apotex is a proudly Canadian, global pharmaceutical company that produces high-quality, affordable medicines (both generic and innovative pharmaceuticals) for patients around the world. We are the 7th largest generic pharmaceutical company globally with more than 12,000 employees and estimated sales of approximately $3 billion. Our fully integrated operation is comprised of four lines of business: Global Generics; Apobiologix; Global Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API); and ApoPharma (Innovative Products). With our worldwide manufacturing sites, Apotex can produce up to 24 billion dosages per year. We produce 300 medicines in 4,000 dosages and formats that are exported to 115 countries. Apotex will spend $2 billion over the next 10 years on research and development.
Post : Formulation Development Scientist (Technical Writing)
• Examine all available information and writing technical reports to meet internal and respective regulatory agency requirements.
• Use statistical designs extensively to conclude experimental outcomes, derive conclusions and propose specifications, where applicable.
• Review the current regulatory guidelines, current processes to ensure compliance and improve efficiency.
• Make interpretations and decisions with regards to the data and issues presented. Recommend and implement amendments to proposed resolutions as required
• Laisse with different levels to ensure optimum communications and coordination of different projects
• 3-5 years’ experience in the Pharmaceutical industry in a similar role is required for this position, combined with a relevant degree
• Experience with Solid Dose would be a strong asset
• Must have excellent knowledge of GMP, GLP, Safety, FDA and TPD guidelines
• Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
• Strong organization and report writing skills
Experience: 3-5 years
Location: North York, ON, CA
Industry Type: Pharma/ Healthcare/ Clinical research
Functional Area: Formulation Development
End date : 10th April, 2018
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