Job area
Human care
Sant'Antonino, Switzerland
Contract type
Permanent Contract
3 to 5 years

Job description

The QC Department must ensure the Quality Control of all materials, intermediates, final products, according to established specifications and GMP rules. The release of the product is done according to the mentioned rules and to support the QP release.

Your main responsibilities would be:

  • Execution of microbiological release analyzes for raw materials and finished products
  • Execution of stability analysis on finished products
  • Analysis execution for in process control
  • Performing water sampling and analyses
  • Performing microbiological environmental monitoring
  • Cooperation during the external/internal audits
  • Cooperation during the OOS investigations
  • Cooperation during the deviation investigations


Relevant technical studies (diploma or degree)

  • At least 2-4 years’ experience in the role
  • You have a knowledge of the following analytical technique:
    • Microbiological techniques for bioburden determination
    • LAL test (gel clot method and chromogenic technique)
    • Microbiological environmental monitoring
    • Gel electrophoresis
    • Basic microbiological laboratory equipment
    • SAP (nice to have)

Company description

For over 30 years, Lesaffre has been involved in Human Health & Nutrition as part of its ambition to Better Nourish and Protect the Planet. In November 2018, Lesaffre acquired Gnosis Advanced Biotech and officially combined it with Lesaffre Human Care to form a new Business Unit named Gnosis by Lesaffre.
 At Gnosis by Lesaffre, we are committed to cultivating and to delivering nutritional actives, probiotics, and nutritional and functional yeasts that benefit human health and wellbeing, thanks to the power of microorganisms and biotransformation processes like fermentation. Put differently, we explore life to improve living.
 Our vision: At Gnosis by Lesaffre, we strive for a world that moves better, digests better, ages better, feels better, and, ultimately, lives better thanks to microorganisms and biotransformation.