The position requires analyst participation in development and qualification of ligand-binding assays for the detection of antibodies to novel candidate vaccines in support of candidate vaccine programs. Responsibilities include generation and characterization of reagents, performance of experiments for development and qualification of assays, assay throughput for the pre-clinical and clinical studies and writing related procedures and reports. As an integral member of the dynamic team, the incumbent must have a strong work ethic and be highly collaborative with the other group members. All the above includes practicing laboratory safety at all times and efforts toward GLP compliance.
1. Perform all functions to support assay development and analysis of non-clinical and clinical samples.
2. Perform assays to support critical assay reagent testing, assay development/ troubleshooting.
3. Collect, collate and analyze data on a per project basis to support assay development, troubleshooting, reagent evaluation and qualification and other lab projects.
4. Assist in ordering supplies from internal inventory and order/prepare reagents/supplies necessary for assay work. Assist in updating and writing documents associated with assays, including information/data archiving, SOPs and status reports.
5. Satisfactorily complete all GLP and safety training in conformance with Departmental requirements.
6. Stay current on all departmental and corporate training.
7. Performs other tasks as assigned.
Education & Experience:
Bachelor s degree and 1 year relevant experience, or a Master s degree.
Internal candidate must have worked in CDAD for a minimum of 6 months
Technical Skills Requirements:
Laboratory experience in a biology, immunology and/or microbiology. Knowledge of Luminex technology, ELISA and aseptic techniques is a plus. The incumbent will be trained on required Policies, Practices, and Procedures needed to support work responsibilities. Proficiency in the use of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and relevant scientific software is desirable. Good verbal and written communication skills are required.
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