Careers

Consider a career at Norwich Pharma Services

Norwich, An Alvogen Company, believes that in order to produce the highest quality pharmaceutical products, our diverse staff should possess exceptional skills, including leadership, flexibility, commitment and technical expertise. Talent is key—and so is teamwork.

Our employees work in team environments where customer focus, passion and innovation are a way of life. Teams are responsible for achieving production timelines, meeting performance goals and maintaining the consistently high standards of quality for which we are known.

Norwich is an equal opportunity employer and we consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national orgin, age, disability, martital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status.

We welcome job candidates who possess strong skills, a commitment to excellence and a desire to contribute to our vital, growing organization to apply for one of our open positions below using the Read More button found under each open position to submit your information and resume.

EOE/M/F/Vet/Disability

 

Current career opportunities include


Global System Administrator - Compliance Wire

SUMMARY OF POSITION

 

The Global System Administrator – ComplianceWire (CW) focuses on the management, input and administration of the electronic training and GMP recordkeeping system. This role holds the highest control point in the CW system and authorizes access and functional authority to all CW system users within the assigned region.

 

In conjunction with global standardization, this role also supports use of QUMAS DocCompliance for files to be linked to training items.  All regional training documentation supporting CW records and not managed by other QA systems is coordinated through this role.

 

The position has influence on the integrity of data, efficiency, performance and operation of the organization’s primary electronic training system.

 


Chemist I

The Quality Control Chemist I / Microbiologist I:

  • Performs routine testing to assess the conformance of raw materials, finished products, and/or stability samples to predetermined product specifications.
  • Performs routine testing in conformance with approved procedures, accurately and concisely documents data, and reports results.
  • Demonstrates a basic knowledge of SOP’s and GMP regulations as related to the pharmaceutical quality control laboratory.

Metrologist

SUMMARY OF POSITION

The Method Development and Analytical Services Metrologist assumes ownership for the management of laboratory instrumentation, equipment, apparatus, and facility in a manner consistent with NPI SOPs, industry standards and manufacturer recommendations.  The Metrologist performs or coordinates maintenance, repair, calibration, upgrade, sourcing, qualification and related activities on laboratory instrumentation, equipment, and apparatus.  The Metrologist is responsible for the overall state of the laboratory equipment program.


Research Associate

 

The Method Development and Analytical Services (MDAS) Research Associate is an experienced resource in performing sample testing and validating the methods necessary to support development and commercialization of pharmaceutical products.  The MDAS Research Associate is responsible for performing the bench chemistry testing of pharmaceutical products supporting development of new products, incoming transfer of existing products, and analytical support of product life cycle management.  The MDAS Research Associate will assist in performing method development, transfer, validation, and/or verification for methods related to analyzing raw materials, semi-finished/finished products, and stability.  Customer communication and active participation as the analytical chemistry expert on work teams may be required.


Sr Manager, Quality Assurance PDTS

The Sr. Manager Quality Assurance – (PDTS) provides manages the PDTS Quality group, and provides Quality leadership in support of ms for development, clinical, and tech transfer activities at the Norwich (NPI) site to ensure organizational compliance with global regulatory requirements and guidelines (FDA, ICH, EU, WHO, etc.), and internal requirements.


Cost Accountant

Functions as a cost accounting analyst supporting US operations, plant and financial management teams.  Responsible for plant level costs and control including cost accounting, routing audit, cost analysis, Inventory reserve analysis and SAP Item set-up.   Work closely with various areas of manufacturing and supply chain to understand cost variances and how they impact the financial results.  Support month end close and reporting process.


Sr Research Associate

The Method Development and Analytical Services (MDAS) Sr. Research Associate is an expert in completing the analytical requirements, testing and other activities to support commercialization of pharmaceutical products.  The MDAS Sr. Research Associate is responsible for all aspects of sample testing, analytical development and validation required to support product development, (A)NDA filing, and commercialization.  The MDAS Sr. Research Associate is an expert in method validation/verification/transfer requirements, meeting USP and ICH guidlines.  The MDAS Sr. Research Associate provides technical oversight, training, and supervision to personnel performing development, transfer, verification and/or validation of methods related to analyzing raw materials, semi-finished/finished products, and stability. 


Research Assistant

The Method Development and Analytical Services (MDAS) Research Assistant is a technical resource in performing the analytical testing necessary to support development and commercialization of new pharmaceutical products.  The MDAS Research Assistant is responsible for performing the bench chemistry testing for release, stability and product characterization.  The MDAS Research Assistant will work under the supervision of more experienced technical staff.


Manufacturing - Packaging Technician

The Technician is responsible for producing semi finished or finished pharmaceutical products utilizing acquired skills, following standard operating procedures (SOP), safety standards (SP), and cGMP practices. The role includes setup, operation, adjustment, and cleaning of the production equipment to maintain quality, safety and regulatory standards for the production and distribution of pharmaceutical products.

 

 


Chemist II

The Quality Control Chemist II: Performs routine and complex sample analysis requiring refined laboratory skills, technical expertise, and astute observation to assess the conformance of raw materials, finished products, and/or stability samples to predetermined product specifications.