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  1. Sampling for microanalysis and collecting samples from a variety of locations  – Raw Material, Packaging Material, Finished Goods, equipment & personnel (swabbing), and environment (exposed plates)
  2. Preparation and standardization of stock media and laboratory solutions
  3. Isolate and grow microbe cultures or other organisms in a media, controlling moisture and cross-contamination.
  4. Perform tests on water to determine the suitability of use in production and to detect the presence of harmful microorganism. 
  5. Escalate failed microanalysis results to the QC Manager and Factory Manager in a timely manner
  6. Performs routine decontamination and sanitization processes in the micro lab and manufacturing plants. 
  7. Investigate and obtain information about sources of contamination and gives recommendation on how to correct them.
  8. Recommends and helps implement high health, GMP, and safety standards in the lab and manufacturing plants.
  9. Manage and develop SOPs for the micro lab processes. 
  10. Proper documentation, recording, analyzing, and interpreting data. Ensuring that data is recorded accurately in accordance with SOPs.
  11. Consistent validation of microbiological methods to align with international standards.
  12. Performs tasks of QC Analysis from time to time such as sampling and analysis of raw materials, packaging materials, and finished goods: Physiochemical analysis, Instrumental analysis, Visual analysis, Sensory analysis.
  13. Routine calibration, troubleshooting, and maintenance of laboratory equipment
  1. Male or Female; not more than 40 years of age
  2. A post-secondary science degree preferably in microbiology or equivalent.
  3. With minimum of 5 years relevant working experience in the laboratory of a manufacturing company and have hands-on experience in microanalysis.
  4. Experienced with aseptic processing, soap/personal care/pharmaceutical production, environmental monitoring, and/or GMP processes is preferred.
  5. Work experience in an ISO 9001:2015 certified company is an advantage.
  6. Ability to work in an environment that requires urgency, teamwork, and full attention during busy peak periods
  7. Possess good communication, analytical and problem-solving skills.

Opportunities will be published here as they become available.