Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

Research Investigator

New Brunswick, NJ, US
May 18, 2018
Required Education
Position Type
Full time

We are seeking a motivated separation scientist to join our analytical group for parenteral drug product development at Bristol-Myers Squibb. Our group supports the development of both synthetic molecules and biologics (e.g. antibodies). We seek an analytical scientist to primarily support formulation development of small molecules with a potential future opportunity to gain experience with biologics.

  • Analyze small molecule drug candidates to determine chemical and physical properties utilizing advanced analytical techniques.
  • Conduct analytical problem solving and method development in support of parenteral formulation and drug product process development from early to commercial stage.
  • Work with multidisciplinary teams to resolve challenges encountered in drug development through experimental design and execution.
  • Compile, analyze, and communicate test results to collaborators, investigate unexpected results related to products or analytical methods, and diagnose equipment malfunctions.
  • Independently analyze, review and document analytical data in compliance with regulatory requirements, and generate timely and concise documentation of scientific results.

Position Requirements:
  • The successful candidate must have an advanced degree in analytical chemistry, chemistry, biochemistry or related field. 0-4 years of relevant industrial or postdoctoral experience required with a PhD degree or a minimum of 6 years' experience with a M.S. degree.
  • The candidate must have strong fundamental understanding of liquid chromatographic techniques relevant to pharmaceutical analysis and direct experience developing chromatographic separations.
  • The candidate must have excellent scientific, analytical and troubleshooting skills. Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal skills are required to communicate effectively and contribute to multidisciplinary project teams.
  • Experience working in a GMP/GLP set up and protein/peptide/oligonucleotide analysis experience is a plus.