Associate Scientist - Robotics & Automation
The Associate Scientist is responsible for the preparation of samples for preclinical and clinical serology studies to support vaccine development & clinical studies. This work will be performed within the Robotics and Automation area of the High-throughput Clinical Immunoassay and Diagnostics (HCID) group within Pfizer Vaccine Research & Development (VRD).
Performs sample preparation for preclinical and clinical serology assays to support vaccine development and clinical studies. This includes manual and robotic sample preparation, use and maintenance of appropriate equipment, and preparation of relevant reagents. With the guidance of the supervisor, the incumbent performs moderately complex experiments and calculations, and discusses conclusions.
Completes required documentation for all laboratory work. This includes the use of laboratory information management systems and/or paper forms.
May train other analysts on established, basic technologies that he/she has become proficient.
May participate in the qualification of new instruments and robotic methods following established protocols or scripts.
Satisfactorily completes all required laboratory, cGxP and safety training, in conformance with departmental requirements.
Where applicable, performs job responsibilities in compliance with cGxP and all other regulatory agency requirements.
Laboratory experience in a relevant field of science, including but not limited to microbiological techniques acquired in academic/industrial setting
Strong communication and computer/technical skills
Strong attention to detail and ability to collaborate and work in team environment
Good Computer skills including word processing, Excel, PowerPoint and relevant scientific software
Ability to perform work while standing/sitting.
Other Job Details
Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus
Eligible for Relocation Package
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