Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

Associate Scientist

New Brunswick, NJ, US
Jul 28, 2018
Required Education
Masters Degree/MBA
Position Type
Full time
As an Associate Research Scientist the selected candidate will perform analytical testing and assist in analytical problem solving in the development of oral drug product programs. This position requires significant collaborative interaction with other scientists and project teams in the drug product development process. This position also requires critical thinking skills and an appropriate level of scientific knowledges, and involves in development, design, optimization, and execution of innovative methodologies and testing to enable speed to clinic and speed to market for the drug products.

The successful candidate will learn and utilize various analytical techniques for routine analysis of oral drug product formulations and must be able to effectively execute, document and communicate experiments and results with team members and managements. The selective candidate will
  • Analyze various oral drug product formulations using conventional analytical instrumentation including HPLC, dissolution, and spectroscopy.
  • Collaborate and work with individuals and cross-functional teams.
  • Generate timely and concise documentation of scientific results, analyze and communicate with project teams and managements.
  • Assist in developing new procedures and evaluating analytical instrumentation.

The qualified individual will have the following background:
  • MS degree or BS degree in analytical chemistry, chemical engineering, pharmaceutical sciences, or related scientific discipline with 0-2 year experience in pharmaceutical analyses.
  • Knowledge of the general principles of analytical techniques such as HPLC, dissolution, automation and spectroscopy.
  • Ability to execute, document and communicate experiments and results with co-workers at all levels.
  • Demonstrated strong analytical and problem-solving skills and a high level of attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated high personal motivation, initiative, accountability, and desire to learn and to grow scientifically.