Senior Associate Scientist, Analytical GLP, Vaccines
This is a laboratory-based position within the Vaccine Research and Development – Analytical GLP laboratory group. The candidate will provide routine sample testing, assay verification and qualification support for early phase vaccine GLP toxicology studies. Assays include but are not limited to nephelometry, MSD, HPLC and UV-VIS.
- In this position the individual will perform analytical method qualification/verification and routine sample testing in support of GLP release and stability of early phase vaccine candidates. This includes preparing samples, setting up and running the instruments, and analyzing data.
- Document experiments, analyze data, and provide conclusions obtained from sample testing contemporaneously in notebook as directed.
- With guidance, draft and revise laboratory methods and reports.
- Support assay training and transfer of methods.
- Provide technical support for qualification of EXCEL spreadsheets, according to the standard procedure.
- Plan daily workflow to complete the tasks/experiments outlined by the supervisor.
- Where applicable, perform job responsibilities in compliance with GLP requirements.
- The individual is expected to contribute and participate in general laboratory maintenance activities (such as maintenance of equipment, managing laboratory waste).
- BS in Chemistry, Biochemistry or related discipline plus 2 or more years of related work experience, or MS in Chemistry, Biochemistry or related discipline.
- Experience with nephelometry, MSD or separations-based techniques is desired.
- Good interpersonal, verbal and written skills.
- Motivated, detail-oriented, with good laboratory skills.
Standard conditions – sitting and standing
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
40 hours per week
OTHER JOB DETAILS
Eligible for Relocation Package
Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus
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