Quality Control Supervisor

Buffalo, NY

Safetec of America, Inc. is your trusted source for infection control, first aid, and compliance products for nearly 30 years. We are a fast-growing OTC pharmaceutical company located in Buffalo, NY. We are a family-owned, local business with a reputation for retaining employees because we treat them like family. 

Work for a diverse company, a WNY Best Place to Work, and is recognized for excellence in manufacturing!


  • Manage the Quality Control team’s performance of analytical testing for various samples and incoming, in-process and final products
  • Ensure that the analytical chemistry functions are completed in accordance with the Company and governmental standards of safety and quality
  • Maintain compliance with regulations at all levels as well as strict adherence to standard operating procedures and cGMPs as necessary
  • Organize workloads and coordinate activities to carry out multiple projects concurrently and in accordance with established objectives, timelines, and deadlines
  • Conduct investigations of OOS, Deviations, Change Control Management, and CAPAs
  • Supervise and perform analysis to support OTC product manufacturing
  • Perform chemical testing following current USP, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Test Methods (TM), and protocols
  • Be proficient in using standard laboratory equipment, including pH meters, balances, pipettes, viscometers, UV/VIS, FTIR, and auto titrators

Qualifications and background to be successful in this role:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, or related field
  • Minimum 3 years experience in a GMP environment working with Chromatography (HPLC/ GC), method development, and/or validation, including a minimum of 2 years of supervisory experience preferred
  • Good interpersonal skills that support working in a team environment
  • Ability to perform well under pressure and work with minimum supervision
  • Able to delegate schedules and required testing to competent and trained chemists
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Expertise in cGMP, USP, and FDA regulations
  • Proficient use of computer software, including Microsoft Office Suite and other required software
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task
  • Prior experience and knowledge in FDA GMPs (21 CFR, 210 and 211)