MSN Laboratories Walk-In Drive for Formulation Research & Development

MSN Labs Recruitment Notification

    Walk-In Drive for Formulation Research & Development

    Department: Formulation R&D (FR&D) – Oral Solid Dosage / Liquids Oral Dosage / Injectables

    Date: 16th March 2024 (Saturday)

    Experience Required: 3 to 10 years

    Position: Executive / Senior Executive / Junior Manager / Assistant Manager

    Qualification: M Pharma (Pharmaceutics) Only

    Work Location: MSN R&D Center, Pashamylaram

    About the Position:

    Candidates with a minimum of 3 to 10 years of experience in formulation development, particularly in solid oral dosage forms for regulated markets such as the USA and Europe, are invited to participate in our walk-in drive. Experience in handling various dosage forms like tablets and capsules, including scale-up activities, is essential. Exposure to preparation documents such as MFR, BMR, and PDR is considered an added advantage.

    MSN Labs Recruitment Notification
    MSN Labs Recruitment Notification

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Designing strategies and executing projects for solid oral dosage forms
    • Utilizing DOE/QbD based development approaches
    • Compiling and interpreting data, including basic knowledge of bio study evaluation
    • Ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements for the regulated market
    • Supervising and handling regulatory queries

    Interview Details:

    Date: 16th March 2024 (Saturday)

    Time: 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

    Venue: MSN Laboratories Pvt. Ltd., MSN R&D Center, Pashamylaram, Isnapur, Patancheru, Sangareddy, Contact: 040-30438786

    Join us at MSN R&D Center, Pashamylaram, and take the next step in your career in Formulation Research & Development.

    Contact details MVV B Narasimha Raju [email protected]

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