Senior Associate DPD Laboratory Coordinator
ROLE SUMMARYThe Drug Product Design (DPD) Lab Coordinator will engage in the monitoring and execution of DPD Groton laboratory operations (drug substance solid form, solids/liquids/topics formulations, pharmaceutics research) including supplies, equipment set-up coordination & maintenance, vendor interface, IT support, safety, and collection of operational metrics.ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES
- Manages instrument maintenance, installation, & repairs with vendors
- Supports/coordinates stocking of laboratories with essential equipment, glassware, laboratory disposables, chemicals, and safety/cleaning supplies
- Supports /coordinates the purchasing/decommissioning of capital equipment
- Directs lab safety inspections and quarterly lab clean-ups with department EHS representatives with oversight to complete mitigation and corrective actions.
- Maintains oversight of laboratory personnel physical space assignments in agreement with health and safety protocols.
- Works with department experts to develop equipment training materials, e.g. virtual reality training, video capture, QuickStart guidance.
- Maintains a database of all laboratory assets including maintenance records, capital information, and performance/use metrics.
- Bachelor's Degree in life sciences, engineering, or related technical field
- 2-4 years laboratory operations experience
- Excellent interpersonal and team building skills
- Ability to work in a fast-paced dynamic work environment
- Effective written and oral communication skills
- Microsoft Office knowledge, especially Excel, Word and PowerPoint
- 3-5 years experience with benchtop pharmaceutical research instruments and pilot scale formulation development equipment
- Ability to collect, interpret, and execute on performance data analytics
- Experience and or knowledge of R&D laboratory operations including lab efficiency, supply, safety, maintenance, and infrastructure.
- Project management
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