Top 3 Must Have Skill Sets:
*** This role will be fully on-site in Thousand Oaks ***
2-3 years of relevant experience is ideal.
Perform quantitative bioanalytical experiments, organize data and analyze results, including planning and running LC-MS/MS bioanalysis, participating in method development, method validations, and preparing and analyzing biological samples for both non-GxP discovery support and GxP regulated studies. Develop solutions to technical problems for non-GxP discovery support and GLP/GCP bioanalytical methods with supervision. Document and communicate results. Follow detailed SOPs and other written procedures when performing experiments. Understand when to seek input and when to make independent judgments. Provide operational support as needed, including QC of reports.
Minimum Basic Qualifications
* B.S. degree in Analytical Chemistry, Physical, Life Sciences or related technical discipline.
* Min 2 years' experience performing bioanalytical analysis.
* Master's degree in Analytical Chemistry, Physical or Pharmaceutical or Life Sciences or Engineering related discipline.
* Strong theoretical understanding, research in, and hands-on experience in small molecule/peptide analysis in support of bioanalytical activities in discovery, GLP and clinical environments
* Experience with a broad array of chromatographic and spectroscopic techniques, particularly LC-MS/MS.
* Demonstrate independence and ability to produce quality results under minimal direction
* Generate complete, accurate, and concise documentation using electronic systems and laboratory notebook
* High energy individual who can multi-task and handle a fast-pace, dynamic work environment
* Operate specialized laboratory equipment and instrumentation
* Perform general laboratory housekeeping activities
* Complete training on assigned tasks
* Comply with safety guidelines and site specific procedures which include but is not limited to, the maintenance of training records, laboratory documentation, and written procedures
"This posting is for Contingent Worker, not an FTE"