Temp-Sample Management Coordinator
We are looking for a Sample Management Coordinator who performs sample management activities in his/her assigned area and can coordinate and execute these activities under direct supervision. Possess a basic knowledge and understanding of clinical and non-clinical study protocols and procedures for specimen collection, handling and storage.In this role, a typical day may include:
Performs the accessioning and receipt of non-clinical/clinical samples by assessing and verifying data, both manually and utilizing Microsoft VBA tools.
Fulfills clinical and/or non-clinical sample requests to support bioanalysis results as well as company-wide research initiatives.
Works closely with Quality Control (QC) to address findings and ensure data is captured appropriately in LIMS
Responsible for the operation of automated sample storage systems, facilitating the import and export of samples utilizing the system user interface and integration with LIMS.
Responsible for liquid handling systems to facilitate the sub-aliquoting of samples to support bioanalytical results and research needs.
Executes basic LIMS functions to support sample management activities, including study creation based on protocols and supporting documents.
Collaborates with internal and/or external partners to facilitate data discrepancy resolution with mentorship from lab management.
Ensures compliance and accurate documentation in accordance with working instructions, SOPs, and applicable regulations.
Have effective verbal and written communication both internally and with external collaborators and vendors.
Have strong attention to detail skills.
Ability to be on your feet for extended periods.
Enjoy working in a team environment.
To be considered for this role, you must have a bachelor’s degree in a relevant science field. We need someone with who is computer proficient, including spreadsheets and database experience. The ability to master new software programs is required. LIMS experience is a plus. Prior experience handling clinical study samples or a background in biological science is preferred.