R&D Associate, Clinical Bioanalysis

Tarrytown, New York
May 19, 2022
Required Education
Bachelors Degree
Position Type
Full time

Our Clinical Bioanalysis team is seeking an enthusiastic R&D Associate carries out experiments under the direct supervision of Management, performs routine technical tasks and begins to manage, organize, and interpret data more independently. Possesses a knowledge of the basic principles of immunoassays obtained through academic training and/or relevant industry experience.

A Typical Day in This Role Might Look Like:
  • Trains on bioanalytical methods (manual, hybrid, and automated) and carries out methods to perform bioanalysis for clinical studies under supervision.
  • Analyzes multiple plates within the same day and may perform multiple assays within the same day. Routinely generates high-quality data and documentation. Adapts to changing priorities, as needed.
  • May assist with bioanalysis activity coordination for individual clinical programs under direct supervision.
  • Interprets data to assess plate acceptance criteria and adjust sample dilutions accordingly. Reports assay-related failures to their manager. May perform development experiments to troubleshoot assay-related issues under direct supervision. May summarize data under supervision and present in a logical manner to Management.
  • May assist with the training of other laboratory staff.
  • May provide cross-functional support to other bioanalysis teams, as needed.
  • Demonstrates strong listening skills and shares information effectively with Management and team members.
  • Actively participates in and may present work at sub-team/group meetings.
  • Completes necessary operations in LIMS (requesting samples, building analysis plates, tracking sample movement, tracking pending analysis and performing data entry). Utilizes the ELN for data documentation purposes.
  • Prepares and qualifies reagents, and re-orders laboratory supplies and reagents, as needed.
  • Ensures compliance, as appropriate, for all laboratory work and documentation in accordance with working practices, company SOPs, bioanalytical method procedures (BMPs), and regulations.
  • Works closely with Quality Control (QC) to address documentation findings and ensure quality data is provided.
  • Responsible for own safety in the laboratory, as well as for the safety of co-workers and visitors.
  • Conducts themselves with professionalism and integrity while maintaining a strong work ethic.
  • Participates in their own professional and personal development. Communicates effectively with their manager with respect to performance management.

This Role May Be For You If:

You have a Bachelor’s degree with 0-4 years experience or a Master's degree with 0-2 years experience.

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