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Product Development Manager, Emerging ARTD Category » Sydney, Sydney Region - Position Overview: This Product Development Manager role plays a crucial part in the company's innovation efforts within the alcoholic beverage industry, responsible for overseeing new product initiatives, reformulations, and the application of cutting-edge technologies. The candidate should bring a minimum of 5 years of product development experience and possess a strong educational background in food science, chemistry, or engineering. The successful candidate will ensure products meet the highest standards through chemical analyses, production trials, and adherence to company and industry regulations, all while effectively collaborating with cross-functional teams and external partners. Fluent English and the capacity to manage multiple projects are essential, with up to 10% travel required. Focus, Scope, & Impact: - Execute the product development pipeline initiatives for the Alcohol Ready To Drink (ARTD) portfolio: new products, reformulations and application of new product/ingredient/alcohol base technologies. - Provides expertise and recommendations of best practices for production of alcoholic beverage finished products during production trials with the plants or bottling partners, which includes consulting line managers as appropriate on milestones and general guidelines and proactively provides advice inside & outside Research & Development (R&D) community. - Performs chemical analyses using instrumental methods in order to determine the composition of samples and prepares samples and sampling plan for ingredients, intermediate or finished products, or other materials in order to perform analyses. - Design, develop, conduct and/or review experiments (e.g., laboratory or process experiments) to deliver new products; evaluate ingredient, product efficacy or claims; or evaluate new ingredients, materials, products or processes. Write detailed and accurate reports for projects and plant trials (e.g. equipment validation, evaluation of new processes) - Support pre-commercialization test runs to ensure production capability as needed. - Accountable for the product formulation aspect of the project delivery (Quality, timing & cost) - Able to manage and deliver on multiple projects simultaneously. - Able to make routine decisions independently. Consults line manager as appropriate on key milestones & general guidelines. - Able to resolve technical challenges linked to formulation, process, ingredient variabilities, scale-up. - Able to translate consumer test results and product sensory attributes into winning product propositions. - Able to identify areas of improvement on product development, process, and communication routines Experience 5 years successful experience in product development in the beverage industry Educational requirements / qualifications: Bachelor's degree or Post Graduate in food science, chemistry, engineering or related field. Functional Competencies: - Proficient - Food Science /Technology - Competent - Alcoholic Beverage Technology - Competent: Beverage Processing - Competent - System dynamic - Working knowledge - Marketing - Working knowledge - Alcoholic beverage regulations - Competent - Project management - Competent - Communication - Working knowledge - Sensory science / Consumer. Cultural diversity: - Fluent in English. - Additional language is a plus. Travel Requirements: Up to 10% Work Focus Development of prototypes at lab scale, following all good manufacturing practices to ensure safety. Production of samples in the pilot plant, including leading product stability assessments Filling accurately internal databases for stability tracking, formula database, project management tools Precise description of manufacturing conditions, following strictly The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) guidelines and recommendations from R&D Microbiologist. Provide input of best practices for production of finished products during production trials, identifying ideal process and risks in case capabilities at the plant are not in place, with the support of manager and R&D microbiologist when applicable. Lead discussions on manufacturing instructions to plan trials and first productions with copackers, bottler, equipment supplier with support of line manager Work in cross functional team with Consumer Guidance to assure prototypes are developed leveraging science of taste. Be updated on the "New World of Risk" and take this into consideration in ingredient selection, formula and process design to ensure safety (eg. allergen management, micro risks, product and raw materials sensitivities). Be externally focused, helping to identify new partners, technologies and ingredients that can bring competitive edge and screen/assess them internally, with manager support. Continuous curiosity on competition activities and strategy and trends in the category, identifying growth opportunities with the support of manager. Strictly follows and understands good lab practice (5S) and internal procedures, following as a principle "safety first" in all that we do. Communication Focus Clear communication between R&D and the project team (project status, communicate potential issues, potential hurdles) with the support of the category manager as appropriate. Proactively provides advice within R&D community and project stakeholders Develop and maintain internal and external network in area of responsibility. Cultivate good relationship with Marketing, Technical and Supply Chain functions, locally and globally. Skills: organization; Compliance; Six Sigma; ISO 14000; ISO 18000; Microsoft Office; Troubleshooting; Project Management We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class. • Fri, 23 FebThe Coca-Cola Company
Microbiologist » Australia - Company Description We are SGS - the world's leading testing, inspection and certification company. We are recognized as the global benchmark for sustainability, quality and integrity. Our 99,600 employees operate a network of 2,600 offices and laboratories around the world.W Searching for a Microbiologist to be responsible for all aspects of the Microbiological testing conducted in the Notting Hill Water Laboratory. This includes performing routine and non routine analyses, trouble shooting, method validation/development and staff training to deliver quality and timely laboratory results. Working closely with Microbiology Supervisor and Water Lab Operations Manager, you are required to ensure the requirements of ISO17025 and SGS OH&S systems are met, and to lead the technical and process improvement projects. As a senior member of the team, you are also required to ensure the team is work together effectively and efficiently. Other key responsibilities in this role will include but are not limited to: Monitor and report on the progress of work performed. Ensure the quality of data produced meets the standards of SGS quality policy. Act as a NATA signatory Prepare reports, and provide support to Microbiology Supervisor Carry out project work, technical trouble shooting as directed by the lab management. Conduct method validations for ISO17025 accreditation. Communicate effectively with clients to ensure a high degree of customer satisfaction Qualifications Appropriate tertiary qualification science (Microbiology) Theoretical and Practical Understanding of microbiological principles Senior laboratory experience in microbiology 3-5 years. Flexibility with working hours and tasks Additional Information WHY WORK FOR SGS? Working at SGS means joining an innovative, Global company. Here are some of the benefits to working for SGS. As a company, we have embraced the shift to flexible work Sustainability is embedded in our culture and the way we do business Paid parental leave Paid time for volunteering day and blood donations Corporate health & wellbeing offers Ongoing learning & development Career development opportunities (Nationally and Globally) SGS Rewards: Our employee benefits platform with access to retail and online discounts and cashback COME TO WORK AND BE 100% YOU SGS Australia supports a diverse workforce, we encourage applications from people of all ages, nationalities, abilities, and cultures - including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, the LGBTQI community and people living with disability. Providing employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is an important part of our SGS Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). We truly believe the diversity among us will continue to foster a strong, innovative, and forward-thinking workplace. SGS Australia acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual, and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. • Mon, 04 MarSGS Group
Microbiologist » Notting Hill, VIC - and laboratories around the world.W Job Description Searching for a Microbiologist to be responsible for all aspects of the... • Sat, 02 MarSGS
Microbiologist » Notting Hill, VIC - and laboratories around the world.W Job Description Searching for a Microbiologist to be responsible for all aspects of the... • Sat, 02 MarSGS
Microbiologist » Notting Hill, Monash Area - Job Description Searching for a Microbiologist to be responsible for all aspects of the Microbiological testing conducted in the Notting Hill Water Laboratory. This includes performing routine and non routine analyses, trouble shooting, method validation/development and staff training to deliver quality and timely laboratory results. Working closely with Microbiology Supervisor and Water Lab Operations Manager, you are required to ensure the requirements of ISO17025 and SGS OH&S systems are met, and to lead the technical and process improvement projects. As a senior member of the team, you are also required to ensure the team is work together effectively and efficiently. Other key responsibilities in this role will include but are not limited to: Monitor and report on the progress of work performed. Ensure the quality of data produced meets the standards of SGS quality policy. Act as a NATA signatory Prepare reports, and provide support to Microbiology Supervisor Carry out project work, technical trouble shooting as directed by the lab management. Conduct method validations for ISO17025 accreditation. Communicate effectively with clients to ensure a high degree of customer satisfaction • Fri, 01 MarSGS

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Corporate Affairs Manager » Australia - Sales & Marketing Full-Time Anywhere in the World 276 days ago Description About LoamAt Loam, we have the earth in our hands. As a team of scientists, farmers and entrepreneurs, we are on a mission to improve the world's farmland and address climate change. We are developing microbial technology to remove CO2 from the atmosphere and build carbon in agricultural soils. We help farming businesses prosper by boosting yield and soil health and enabling access to carbon markets.As a start-up with ambitious founders and investors, our work is fast-paced and multidimensional. We foster a supportive and diverse workplace, where every team member is encouraged to learn and grow beyond their area of expertise. Founded in New South Wales, Australia, we have offices across The United States, Canada and Australia.While everyone at Loam is working in different roles, we all have one job: to remove CO2 from the atmosphere and store it stably in farmer's soils.About the Role At Loam, we have huge climate change ambitions, and your role will see you helping us continue to shape what is already a compelling story, driving global awareness of both our technology and the amazing potential microbes have to address the climate crisis. As Loam's Corporate Affairs Manager, you will become the "go-to" for Loam's internal content development and support the team to tell not only Loam's story but their own professional stories. You will also be working closely with the full scope of our team, from our microbiologists and soil scientists to our commercial team and executive board.In summary, this role is integral to communicating the impact that Loam will have on agriculture and climate change, and positioning the agricultural industry and farmers as leaders in climate action.This role is 100% remote and can be based anywhere in the United States of America. You must have full working rights in the United States States of America to be eligible to apply. Responsibilities: Develop and distribute high-quality digital content across our website and social media channels Develop and execute a digital engagement plan to support our brand recognition across a global market Development of Loam's corporate copy for website and publications Supporting the Communications and Sales & Extensions team to develop content to engage Loam's stakeholders, including the science, technology, and agricultural industries Liaising with external content developers and service providers, including photographers, videographers, graphic designers, website developers and writers Collaborating with your fellow Loamies to develop meaningful content (written, visual, and/or video) that informs and engages our key audiences Media monitoring across traditional and digital channels Monitoring and reporting on all Loam's external facing channels to understand engagement and interaction trends across different communities and global audiences Developing writing and interviewing skills to be able to share farmer, researcher, and other stakeholder stories. Supporting internal teams with communications related activities to ensure the Loam brand and messaging is consistent across documents, presentations, collateral and other channels. Manage media inquiries and interview requests Leverage existing media relationships and cultivate new contacts within business and industry media Evaluate opportunities for partnerships, sponsorships and advertising on an on-going basis. Build relationships with thought leaders to grow industry awareness Maintain a keen understanding of industry trends affecting clients and make appropriate recommendations regarding communication strategy surrounding them Requirements This role is suited for an individual who is earlier in their Communications career but has ambitions to be a leader in agricultural and scientific storytelling, brand development, and creating global impact through innovation and agriculture. You will be passionate about developing your storytelling skills, with an eagerness to learn new communications, engagement, brand and marketing skills. You will have: Tertiary qualifications in Communications/ Marketing/ PR or relevant work experience A sound understanding of agricultural science, with experience in agriculture or science industries a preference A startup mindset, with a willingness to do things differently to create impact at scale High level of comfort with digital tools and platforms A strong sense of creativity, demonstrated through your ability to craft and share interesting, valuable content Excellent written and verbal communication skills Benefits Ability to have a significant impact and grow with a ag-tech startup organisation Competitive package on offer, including base salary and participation in the Employee Share Option Package (ESOP) after 6 months of employment Paid time off, 401K with company match, short-term/long-term life insurance Health, dental, and vision insurance Want to stay one step ahead of the latest teleworks? 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Product Development Manager, Emerging ARTD Category » The Rocks, Sydney - Position Overview: This Product Development Manager role plays a crucial part in the company's innovation efforts within the alcoholic beverage industry, responsible for overseeing new product initiatives, reformulations, and the application of cutting-edge technologies. The candidate should bring a minimum of 5 years of product development experience and possess a strong educational background in food science, chemistry, or engineering. The successful candidate will ensure products meet the highest standards through chemical analyses, production trials, and adherence to company and industry regulations, all while effectively collaborating with cross-functional teams and external partners. Fluent English and the capacity to manage multiple projects are essential, with up to 10% travel required. Focus, Scope, & Impact: Execute the product development pipeline initiatives for the Alcohol Ready To Drink (ARTD) portfolio: new products, reformulations and application of new product/ingredient/alcohol base technologies. Provides expertise and recommendations of best practices for production of alcoholic beverage finished products during production trials with the plants or bottling partners, which includes consulting line managers as appropriate on milestones and general guidelines and proactively provides advice inside & outside Research & Development (R&D) community. Performs chemical analyses using instrumental methods in order to determine the composition of samples and prepares samples and sampling plan for ingredients, intermediate or finished products, or other materials in order to perform analyses. Design, develop, conduct and/or review experiments (e.g., laboratory or process experiments) to deliver new products; evaluate ingredient, product efficacy or claims; or evaluate new ingredients, materials, products or processes. Write detailed and accurate reports for projects and plant trials (e.g. equipment validation, evaluation of new processes) Support pre-commercialization test runs to ensure production capability as needed. Accountable for the product formulation aspect of the project delivery (Quality, timing & cost) Able to manage and deliver on multiple projects simultaneously. Able to make routine decisions independently. Consults line manager as appropriate on key milestones & general guidelines. Able to resolve technical challenges linked to formulation, process, ingredient variabilities, scale-up. Able to translate consumer test results and product sensory attributes into winning product propositions. Able to identify areas of improvement on product development, process, and communication routines Experience 5 years successful experience in product development in the beverage industry Educational requirements / qualifications: Bachelor's degree or Post Graduate in food science, chemistry, engineering or related field. Functional Competencies: Proficient - Food Science /Technology Competent - Alcoholic Beverage Technology Competent: Beverage Processing Competent - System dynamic Working knowledge - Marketing Working knowledge - Alcoholic beverage regulations Competent - Project management Competent - Communication Working knowledge - Sensory science / Consumer. Cultural diversity: Fluent in English. Additional language is a plus. Travel Requirements: Up to 10% Work Focus Development of prototypes at lab scale, following all good manufacturing practices to ensure safety. Production of samples in the pilot plant, including leading product stability assessments Filling accurately internal databases for stability tracking, formula database, project management tools Precise description of manufacturing conditions, following strictly The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) guidelines and recommendations from R&D Microbiologist. Provide input of best practices for production of finished products during production trials, identifying ideal process and risks in case capabilities at the plant are not in place, with the support of manager and R&D microbiologist when applicable. Lead discussions on manufacturing instructions to plan trials and first productions with copackers, bottler, equipment supplier with support of line manager Work in cross functional team with Consumer Guidance to assure prototypes are developed leveraging science of taste. Be updated on the "New World of Risk" and take this into consideration in ingredient selection, formula and process design to ensure safety (eg. allergen management, micro risks, product and raw materials sensitivities). Be externally focused, helping to identify new partners, technologies and ingredients that can bring competitive edge and screen/assess them internally, with manager support. Continuous curiosity on competition activities and strategy and trends in the category, identifying growth opportunities with the support of manager. Strictly follows and understands good lab practice (5S) and internal procedures, following as a principle "safety first" in all that we do. Communication Focus Clear communication between R&D and the project team (project status, communicate potential issues, potential hurdles) with the support of the category manager as appropriate. Proactively provides advice within R&D community and project stakeholders Develop and maintain internal and external network in area of responsibility. Cultivate good relationship with Marketing, Technical and Supply Chain functions, locally and globally. Skills: organization; Compliance; Six Sigma; ISO 14000; ISO 18000; Microsoft Office; Troubleshooting; Project Management • Sun, 25 FebCoca-Cola
Product Development Manager, Emerging ARTD Category » The Rocks, Sydney - Location(s): Australia City/Cities: North Sydney Travel Required: 00% - 25% Relocation Provided: No Job Posting End Date: March 15, 2024 Shift: Summary: Position Overview: This Product Development Manager role plays a crucial part in the company's innovation efforts within the alcoholic beverage industry, responsible for overseeing new product initiatives, reformulations, and the application of cutting-edge technologies. The candidate should bring a minimum of 5 years of product development experience and possess a strong educational background in food science, chemistry, or engineering. The successful candidate will ensure products meet the highest standards through chemical analyses, production trials, and adherence to company and industry regulations, all while effectively collaborating with cross-functional teams and external partners. Fluent English and the capacity to manage multiple projects are essential, with up to 10% travel required. Focus, Scope, & Impact: Execute the product development pipeline initiatives for the Alcohol Ready To Drink (ARTD) portfolio: new products, reformulations and application of new product/ingredient/alcohol base technologies. Provides expertise and recommendations of best practices for production of alcoholic beverage finished products during production trials with the plants or bottling partners, which includes consulting line managers as appropriate on milestones and general guidelines and proactively provides advice inside & outside Research & Development (R&D) community. Performs chemical analyses using instrumental methods in order to determine the composition of samples and prepares samples and sampling plan for ingredients, intermediate or finished products, or other materials in order to perform analyses. Design, develop, conduct and/or review experiments (e.g., laboratory or process experiments) to deliver new products; evaluate ingredient, product efficacy or claims; or evaluate new ingredients, materials, products or processes. Write detailed and accurate reports for projects and plant trials (e.g. equipment validation, evaluation of new processes) Support pre-commercialization test runs to ensure production capability as needed. Accountable for the product formulation aspect of the project delivery (Quality, timing & cost) Able to manage and deliver on multiple projects simultaneously. Able to make routine decisions independently. Consults line manager as appropriate on key milestones & general guidelines. Able to resolve technical challenges linked to formulation, process, ingredient variabilities, scale-up. Able to translate consumer test results and product sensory attributes into winning product propositions. Able to identify areas of improvement on product development, process, and communication routines Experience 5 years successful experience in product development in the beverage industry Educational requirements / qualifications: Bachelor's degree or Post Graduate in food science, chemistry, engineering or related field. Functional Competencies: Proficient - Food Science /Technology Competent - Alcoholic Beverage Technology Competent: Beverage Processing Competent - System dynamic Working knowledge - Marketing Working knowledge - Alcoholic beverage regulations Competent - Project management Competent - Communication Working knowledge - Sensory science / Consumer. Cultural diversity: Fluent in English. Additional language is a plus. Travel Requirements: Up to 10% Work Focus Development of prototypes at lab scale, following all good manufacturing practices to ensure safety. Production of samples in the pilot plant, including leading product stability assessments Filling accurately internal databases for stability tracking, formula database, project management tools Precise description of manufacturing conditions, following strictly The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) guidelines and recommendations from R&D Microbiologist. Provide input of best practices for production of finished products during production trials, identifying ideal process and risks in case capabilities at the plant are not in place, with the support of manager and R&D microbiologist when applicable. Lead discussions on manufacturing instructions to plan trials and first productions with copackers, bottler, equipment supplier with support of line manager Work in cross functional team with Consumer Guidance to assure prototypes are developed leveraging science of taste. Be updated on the "New World of Risk" and take this into consideration in ingredient selection, formula and process design to ensure safety (eg. allergen management, micro risks, product and raw materials sensitivities). Be externally focused, helping to identify new partners, technologies and ingredients that can bring competitive edge and screen/assess them internally, with manager support. Continuous curiosity on competition activities and strategy and trends in the category, identifying growth opportunities with the support of manager. Strictly follows and understands good lab practice (5S) and internal procedures, following as a principle "safety first" in all that we do. Communication Focus Clear communication between R&D and the project team (project status, communicate potential issues, potential hurdles) with the support of the category manager as appropriate. Proactively provides advice within R&D community and project stakeholders Develop and maintain internal and external network in area of responsibility. Cultivate good relationship with Marketing, Technical and Supply Chain functions, locally and globally. Skills: Compliance, ISO 14000, ISO 18000, Microsoft Office, organization, Project Management, Six Sigma, Troubleshooting Our Purpose and Growth Culture: We are taking deliberate action to nurture an inclusive culture that is grounded in our company purpose, to refresh the world and make a difference. We act with a growth mindset, take an expansive approach to what's possible and believe in continuous learning to improve our business and ourselves. We focus on four key behaviors - curious, empowered, inclusive and agile - and value how we work as much as what we achieve. We believe that our culture is one of the reasons our company continues to thrive after 130 years. Visit Our Purpose and Vision to learn more about these behaviors and how you can bring them to life in your next role at Coca-Cola. • Sun, 25 FebThe Coca-Cola Co.
Product Development Manager, Emerging ARTD Category » Sydney, Sydney Region - Position Overview: This Product Development Manager role plays a crucial part in the company's innovation efforts within the alcoholic beverage industry, responsible for overseeing new product initiatives, reformulations, and the application of cutting-edge technologies. The candidate should bring a minimum of 5 years of product development experience and possess a strong educational background in food science, chemistry, or engineering. The successful candidate will ensure products meet the highest standards through chemical analyses, production trials, and adherence to company and industry regulations, all while effectively collaborating with cross-functional teams and external partners. Fluent English and the capacity to manage multiple projects are essential, with up to 10% travel required. Focus, Scope, & Impact: - Execute the product development pipeline initiatives for the Alcohol Ready To Drink (ARTD) portfolio: new products, reformulations and application of new product/ingredient/alcohol base technologies. - Provides expertise and recommendations of best practices for production of alcoholic beverage finished products during production trials with the plants or bottling partners, which includes consulting line managers as appropriate on milestones and general guidelines and proactively provides advice inside & outside Research & Development (R&D) community. - Performs chemical analyses using instrumental methods in order to determine the composition of samples and prepares samples and sampling plan for ingredients, intermediate or finished products, or other materials in order to perform analyses. - Design, develop, conduct and/or review experiments (e.g., laboratory or process experiments) to deliver new products; evaluate ingredient, product efficacy or claims; or evaluate new ingredients, materials, products or processes. Write detailed and accurate reports for projects and plant trials (e.g. equipment validation, evaluation of new processes) - Support pre-commercialization test runs to ensure production capability as needed. - Accountable for the product formulation aspect of the project delivery (Quality, timing & cost) - Able to manage and deliver on multiple projects simultaneously. - Able to make routine decisions independently. Consults line manager as appropriate on key milestones & general guidelines. - Able to resolve technical challenges linked to formulation, process, ingredient variabilities, scale-up. - Able to translate consumer test results and product sensory attributes into winning product propositions. - Able to identify areas of improvement on product development, process, and communication routines Experience 5 years successful experience in product development in the beverage industry Educational requirements / qualifications: Bachelor's degree or Post Graduate in food science, chemistry, engineering or related field. Functional Competencies: - Proficient - Food Science /Technology - Competent - Alcoholic Beverage Technology - Competent: Beverage Processing - Competent - System dynamic - Working knowledge - Marketing - Working knowledge - Alcoholic beverage regulations - Competent - Project management - Competent - Communication - Working knowledge - Sensory science / Consumer. Cultural diversity: - Fluent in English. - Additional language is a plus. Travel Requirements: Up to 10% Work Focus Development of prototypes at lab scale, following all good manufacturing practices to ensure safety. Production of samples in the pilot plant, including leading product stability assessments Filling accurately internal databases for stability tracking, formula database, project management tools Precise description of manufacturing conditions, following strictly The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) guidelines and recommendations from R&D Microbiologist. Provide input of best practices for production of finished products during production trials, identifying ideal process and risks in case capabilities at the plant are not in place, with the support of manager and R&D microbiologist when applicable. Lead discussions on manufacturing instructions to plan trials and first productions with copackers, bottler, equipment supplier with support of line manager Work in cross functional team with Consumer Guidance to assure prototypes are developed leveraging science of taste. Be updated on the "New World of Risk" and take this into consideration in ingredient selection, formula and process design to ensure safety (eg. allergen management, micro risks, product and raw materials sensitivities). Be externally focused, helping to identify new partners, technologies and ingredients that can bring competitive edge and screen/assess them internally, with manager support. Continuous curiosity on competition activities and strategy and trends in the category, identifying growth opportunities with the support of manager. Strictly follows and understands good lab practice (5S) and internal procedures, following as a principle "safety first" in all that we do. Communication Focus Clear communication between R&D and the project team (project status, communicate potential issues, potential hurdles) with the support of the category manager as appropriate. Proactively provides advice within R&D community and project stakeholders Develop and maintain internal and external network in area of responsibility. Cultivate good relationship with Marketing, Technical and Supply Chain functions, locally and globally. Skills: organization; Compliance; Six Sigma; ISO 14000; ISO 18000; Microsoft Office; Troubleshooting; Project Management We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class. • Fri, 23 FebThe Coca-Cola Company
Product Development Manager, Emerging ARTD Category » Sydney, NSW - description of manufacturing conditions, following strictly The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) guidelines and recommendations from R&D Microbiologist... and risks in case capabilities at the plant are not in place, with the support of manager and R&D microbiologist when applicable... • Thu, 22 FebCoca-Cola
Senior Analyst/Microbiologist » Mulgrave, Monash Area - Company Description Eurofins Scientific is an international life sciences company, providing a unique range of analytical testing services to clients across multiple industries, to make life and our environment safer, healthier and more sustainable. From the food you eat, to the water you drink, to the medicines you rely on, Eurofins works with the biggest companies in the world to ensure the products they supply are safe, their ingredients are authentic and labelling is accurate. Eurofins believes it is a global leader in food, environmental, pharmaceutical and cosmetics products testing and in agroscience CRO services. It is also one of the global independent market leaders in certain testing and laboratory services for genomics, discovery pharmacology, forensics, CDMO, advanced material sciences and in the support of clinical studies. In over just 30 years, Eurofins has grown from one laboratory in Nantes, France to over 61,000 staff across a network of more than 1000 independent companies in over 61 countries and operating more than 900 laboratories. Eurofins offers a portfolio of over 200,000 analytical methods to evaluate the safety, identity, composition, authenticity, origin, traceability and purity of biological substances and products, as well as providing innovative clinical diagnostic testing services, as one of the leading global emerging players in specialised clinical diagnostics testing. In 2022, Eurofins generated total revenues of EUR € 6.7 billion, and has been among the best performing stocks in Europe over the past 20 years. Full Time position Morning Shift - Wednesday to Sunday (10am - 6pm) Working in the Food Microbiology Laboratory, the Senior Analyst/Microbiologist is responsible for performing analytical methods, operating equipment/analytical instruments, and managing sample registration and disposal. The Senior Analyst/Microbiologist may have a supervisory role over an area within the laboratory, a particular suite of testing or provide general guidance to Analysts and Laboratory Technicians in the laboratory. The position will support method development, laboratory optimisation and have a major contribution to the objectives of the laboratory. Qualifications Tertiary qualifications in Science or equivalent qualification; or equivalent experience. At least 3-5 years' experience in NATA accredited commercial laboratory. Experience in PCR/results reading & confirmation. NATA signatory will be added advantage Experience in using different equipment/instrumental and sample preparation techniques. Technical knowledge in the relevant scientific discipline. Good knowledge of standard office applications, especially MS Word and MS Excel. Additional Information All candidate CV's and cover letter's will be reviewed, however please note that we are not always able to respond to every expression of interest submitted. This opportunity is only open to candidates who are eligible to work in Australia/New Zealand, and already have work rights or an appropriate working visa. • Mon, 19 FebEurofins Scientific
Microbiology Analyst » Old Toongabbie, Parramatta Area - This is where you save and sustain lives At Baxter, we are deeply connected by our mission. No matter your role at Baxter, your work makes a positive impact on people around the world. You'll feel a sense of purpose throughout the organization, as we know our work improves outcomes for millions of patients. Baxter's products and therapies are found in almost every hospital worldwide, in clinics and in the home. For over 85 years, we have pioneered significant medical innovations that transform healthcare. Together, we create a place where we are happy, successful and inspire each other. This is where you can do your best work. Join us at the intersection of saving and sustaining lives-where your purpose accelerates our mission. Microbiology Analyst The Role An excellent opportunity now exists for an enthusiastic professional to join the Microbiology Laboratory on a 12-month fixed -term contract working Tuesday- Saturday on day shift. This position is an integral part of the Quality Assurance (QA) team, responsible for the complete range of microbiological and environmental testing of plant and products to GMP standards, in order to meet regulatory requirements and the companies master production schedule. The primary job role of the Microbiology Analyst is to perform the day-to-day microbiological sampling and testing of raw materials, finished products and environmental testing. This position involves working in a fast-paced environment and will be suitable for an individual who prides themselves on the level of accuracy in their work. You will work as part of an experienced and dedicated team. Key Responsibilities Your core responsibilities will include, however will not limited to: Execute testing and Assist the Microbiology Supervisor to meet quality specifications and standards, review test results and have appropriate action strategies in place for non-conformances to ensure GMP and GLP requirements are met. Perform and be proficient in all testing in the wet and dry areas of the Manufacturing facility and Pharmacy Services. This includes pre sterilisation bioburden testing of product, raw materials, microbial identifications and microbial ingress testing. Environmental monitoring throughout Baxter operations. Enumerate and trend environmental monitoring from Class A, B, C and D environments. Monitor and review test results and have appropriate action strategies in place for non-conformances to ensure GMP within clean room areas. Coordinate the validation of Pharmacy operators and processes: sterile media fills for operator and processes, aseptic gowning and chemical accuracy testing. Ensure all testing is performed and compiled for critical work orders, validations and that manufacturing environments have been tested and are available for handover following shutdowns and critical systems work. Agreed timing and standards must be met. Perform water testing on non-distilled and distilled water throughout the manufacturing facility as per routine sampling and investigational monitoring. Assist in developing and recommending inspection and sampling techniques, quality control plans, testing and analysis procedures to ensure GMP quality specifications and standards are met for QA microbiology functions in Manufacturing and Pharmacy Services. Maintain close liaison with Manufacturing, Pharmacy Services and QA staff to communicate test results and to assist in adherence to standards and process control. Perform other duties as may be required by Microbiology Supervisor. Essential Skills & Qualifications of the role include: Relevant tertiary qualification in Microbiology (Bachelor's degree Microbiologist, Science and other related education) Proven skills in environmental monitoring in a manufacturing environment, preferably in pharmaceutical or other regulated industry Proven attention to detail and accuracy in following procedures, documentation and data logging. The ability to work with statistics and relevant computer packages. Intermediate computer skills working with Microsoft office. Desirable Skills and Qualifications: 2 years experience in laboratory and environmental microbiology, preferably in pharmaceutical or other regulated industry Benefits & Culture: As an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality and winner of the 2019 Women in MedTech Award, Baxter ANZ is focused on being a best place to work. Situated in Western Sydney, and featuring and onsite subsidized cafeteria and café, gym, we offer a dynamic and future focused work environment offering work place flexibility, additional annual leave and a strong value driven culture. Baxter is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, or any other status protected by law. Reasonable Accommodations Baxter is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities globally. If, because of a medical condition or disability, you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or interview process, please click on the link here and let us know the nature of your request along with your contact information. 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Senior Microbiologist » Macquarie Park, Ryde Area - JOB SCOPE Role : Senior Microbiologist It's no secret that Aegros is expanding rapidly An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Senior Microbiologist to join our Quality Compliance team. Working with the QC team you will be involved in setting up Micro and PC2 laboratory. Reporting to the Quality Control Manager, this newly created Senior Microbiologist role is an important addition to our expanding team here in Sydney as we experience rapid growth across the organisation. You will be developing and performing microbiological and biochemical analysis of in process, finished product and incoming raw materials and utility samples. We are looking for a highly organised and focused team player who understands the importance of delivering on time and contributing to our success Responsibilities Planning and executing method validation, verification and improvements to method functionality Generating validation protocols and reports ensuring practices meet regulatory standards (TGA & ICH) Undertaking IQ, OQ, PQ Conducting method development and validation on Microbiology equipment Working closely with other departments to ensure all activities are completed Manage the performance of validation activities associated with changes to existing and new processes Developing and assessing microbiological testing procedures of materials and products, ensuring all GMP, safety, corporate, regulatory and legislative compliance requirements are met Managing audit preparations and providing support to defend areas of validation Monitoring the environment for signs on contamination such as mould growth or elevated bacteria counts Developing and assessing the maintenance, updating and validation of procedures involving environmental monitoring, equipment cleaning and sanitization Flexible to work is shifts across the day on a rotating roster Performing any other duties assigned by manager or delegates. JOB REQUIREMENTS A Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Microbiology or related fields Demonstrated experience working within the pharmaceutical industry Proven experience within method development and validation in Microbiology Excellent written and verbal communication skills The ability to work independently ABOUT THE CLIENT/BENEFITS Aegros is Latin for Patient. We chose this name because it speaks to our focus on the patient. Every day we strive to place the patient first by providing therapeutic plasma products they would not otherwise be able to access. At Aegros we believe access to life saving therapeutic plasma drugs is a human right and not a privilege. In a nutshell our mission is to put the patients first through innovation. Over 30 years we have developed our HaemaFrac process which enables countries to turn human plasma they collected into life saving hyperimmune products. Disclaimer: The job advertisement listed above is verified by Jobs2Grab.com for a present or future talent requirement from our client employer. This could be for developing their talent pipeline within their portfolio specialisation areas. Job2Grab.com holds no responsibility for any obsolete advertisements that it has no control of managing those postings. Please contact our client employer's talent acquisition team or visit their direct careersite for any clarification if needed. If you are a client employer and wish to have this job unlisted, please login to your employer account to terminate the job posting or you may contact our support team. • Fri, 02 FebJobs2Grab
Microbiologist » Macquarie Park, Ryde Area - JOB SCOPE Role : Microbiologist Reporting to the Quality Control Manager, this newly created Microbiologist role is an important addition to our expanding team here in Sydney as we experience rapid growth across the organisation. You will be developing and performing microbiological and biochemical analysis of In process, finished product and incoming raw materials and utility samples. We are looking for a highly organised and focused team player who understands the importance of delivering on time and contributing to our success Responsibilities Conducting microbiological testing in accordance with approved procedures. Assisting in setting up Micro and PC2 laboratory. Performimg standard routine tests on products, materials, and generating laboratory results, using a range of analytical and microbial techniques such as sterility, isolator, endotoxin and bioburden testing. Environmental monitoring of the production facility, including viable, non-viable and utilities testing such as water and compressed gas sampling. Assisting in checking of assays, result entry and verification of assay paperwork Maintenance of QC documentation, training records and handling of Investigations and Deviations Ensuring all samples in the QC laboratory are documented as per approved procedures Assisting in updating and reviewing documentation (SOPs, Test methods and Specifications) Assist in validation and qualification of microbiological test methods and equipment qualification Support the team to ensure that the testing performed in each department are prepared and executed in accordance with GMP and assisting in technical issues and trouble shooting. Assist in root cause analysis and implement CAPA Calibrating and maintaining laboratory equipment and ordering and maintaining stock of reagents, consumables JOB REQUIREMENTS A minimum of Bachelor of Science degree or equivalent A minimum of 2 years experience in microbiological testing and analysis in QC laboratory as an analyst in pharmaceutical or equivalent industry Technical writing skills and record keeping Excellent knowledge of Microsoft office including word, excel ,PowerPoint etc An understanding and experience of quality systems and the need to develop and follow SOPs, particularly in a cGMP environment. Cleanroom and/or sterility testing and Endotoxin testing experience Exposure in cGMP manufacturing environment Good verbal and written communication skills; Knowledge of relevant regulatory requirements (FDA, EMA or TGA) Knowledge of biological separation technologies and processes desirable but not essential Protein chemistry and associated analytical biological assays desirable but not essential ABOUT THE CLIENT/BENEFITS Aegros is Latin for Patient. We chose this name because it speaks to our focus on the patient. Every day we strive to place the patient first by providing therapeutic plasma products they would not otherwise be able to access. At Aegros we believe access to life-saving therapeutic plasma drugs is a human right, not a privilege. In a nutshell, our mission is to put the patients first through innovation. Over 30 years, we have developed our HaemaFrac ® process, which enables countries to turn the human plasma they collect into life-saving hyperimmune products. Disclaimer: The job advertisement listed above is verified by Jobs2Grab.com for a present or future talent requirement from our client employer. This could be for developing their talent pipeline within their portfolio specialisation areas. Job2Grab.com holds no responsibility for any obsolete advertisements that it has no control of managing those postings. Please contact our client employer's talent acquisition team or visit their direct careersite for any clarification if needed. If you are a client employer and wish to have this job unlisted, please login to your employer account to terminate the job posting or you may contact our support team. • Fri, 02 FebJobs2Grab

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