Sr Associate Quality Control

Location: Thousand Oaks, CA
Date Posted: 05-16-2017
Day to Day Responsibilities:     
Reading SOPs, shadowing senior analysts in the lab. Specific responsibilities include: • Performing routine laboratory procedures, such as sample testing per analytical methods or protocols. • Routine testing includes but is not limited to, Identification by ELISA, direct and indirect ELISA for HCP quantification and ProA (Impurity), qPCR for genomic DNA quantification, density and reconstitution time. • Will also be responsible for documenting, computing, compiling, interpreting, reviewing, and entering data. • Providing and communicating results, maintaining/operating specialized equipment, and initiating and/or implementing changes in controlled documents. • Responsible for general lab duties, such as inventory, lab cleaning and instrument cleaning. • Must learn and comply with safety guidelines, cGMPs/CFRs which includes, but is not limited to, the maintenance of training records, laboratory notebooks, written procedures, equipment monitoring systems and laboratory log books.

Summary:
Position is a senior level analyst position, looking for 2-3 years minimum of ELISA experience, can start ASAP.This is a new position, person will be working with a team of 4-6 analyst. All analyst are assigned individual tasks daily based on deadlines.Under general supervision, this position will perform routine procedures and GMP testing in support of the General Testing and Immunoassay lab.

Basic Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree
OR
Associate’s degree & 4 years of directly related experience
OR
High school diploma / GED & 6 years of directly related experience

Preferred Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree and 4 years directly related experience.
Attention and dedication to quality.
Must be a team player.
Ability to organize work, handle multiple priorities and meet deadlines
Strong written and oral communication skills
Must be flexible and adaptable to changing priorities and requirements
Demonstrates understanding of when and how to appropriately escalate

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