Routinely contribute to internal reports, presentations, regulatory documents.
Participates in department-wide support efforts such as safety, recruiting and committees.
May train staff.
Coordinates requests and organizes resources needed to support several families of methods
Summary: To perform experiments, organize data and analyze results under minimal supervision. With minimal supervision, plans, conducts or monitors experiments, records and organizes data, analyses results, generates robust and reliable data and/or Ensures that contracted studies are conducted in compliance with the respective protocol and applicable guidelines and regulations. Responsibilities include: ? Monitors or follows established experimental design and protocols and performs routine tasks and studies to obtain reproducible and reliable results with limited supervision ? Plans, monitors or conducts, analyzes and records experiments, and provides interpretation of data ? Effectively transfers experimental methods from literature to the lab and makes modifications as necessary ? Develops and implements new protocols with moderate review ? Engages coworkers in scientific discussions ? Communicates data and interpretation to work group ? Skilled at developing systems to ensure quality data ? Skilled and/or knowledgeable in the use of standard laboratory equipment and with one or more major laboratory instruments/techniques ? Effectively trouble-shoots equipment and experimental difficulties ? Contributes to internal/external reports, papers, presentations, regulatory documents, invention disclosure submissions and/or patents ? Participates in department-wide support efforts such as safety, recruiting and committees ? May train staff and/or supervise others ? Coordinates and organizes resources needed to complete the task ? Understands when to seek input and when to make independent judgments; Skills: ; degree in Biology, Biochemistry or Analytical Chemistry ; experience in a Biopharmaceutical working environment
"This posting is for Contingent Worker, not an FTE"