Job description Posted 20 June 2022

Job Title:  Stability Analyst

Location:  Barnard Castle / Durham / Double day working pattern Mon-Fri. Role is site based

Contract length: 12 months

Rate: £18 Hour PAYE

Role Purpose

Our client GSK are currently seeking an experienced Stability Analyst to perform analyses, to support the operation of the laboratory function with team at the Barnard Castle / Durham office. This contract will be for 12 months. Routine testing of sterile chemistry samples for stability, release and in process control testing. In addition to resource linked to cabotegravir project to meet the business needs of GSK. 

Responsibilities applicable to all roles at Barnard Castle GMS site:


·      To work as a flexible and motivated member of the team.

·      To follow all Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and/or Standards of Work (SW) applicable and in which the individual has been trained.

·      To always act in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and to report any quality issues.

·      To act in a safe manner, always (in compliance with the Health & Safety at Work Act, and all other relevant legislation) and to use GSK safety reporting systems to highlight potential hazards.

·      To remain up to date with all training requirements (both ‘classroom’ courses and computer- based training through the ‘My Learning’ internal platform).

·      To take part in Continuous Improvement (CI) activities to highlight improvements to equipment and processes.

·      To take part in Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and Corrective and Preventative Action (CAPA) processes.


Job Specific Responsibilities (No More than 10 Bullet Points): 


·      Perform analyses as required by the business. 

·      Enter data onto company computer systems. 

·      Checking colleagues’ work for accuracy. 

·      Work in a compliant manner and ensure compliance with GxP and Health and Safety legislation. 

·      Perform equipment performance checks/calibration. 

·      Create, review and update laboratory documentation as required. 

·      May write stability reports or technically review the content of stability reports.


Minimum Level of Education Required


·      5 GCSEs or equivalent including Maths, English and Chemistry or 2 years’ experience working in a GxP laboratory


Preferred Level of Education


·      BSc Degree/HNC or equivalent.



If you are interested then please don’t delay, email