Process Development Associate Biopharmaceutical 631

Company Name:
MedTeam Staffing
This is a contract job opportunity
Position: Process Development Associate Biopharmaceutical 631
Location: Cheshire CT
Projected duration: 5 months
Job code: 631
Position Summary
The Development Associate I (Temp) is responsible for performing assigned experimental tasks to support the development and optimization of manufacturing processes or analytical/characterization methods for company biotherapeutic candidates. The Development Associate I will work in collaboration with other members of Process Development and Analytical Sciences.
Principal Responsibilities
Conduct experimental studies to develop, optimize or qualify manufacturing processes or analytical/characterization methods for biotherapeutic candidates (40%)
Execute experimental studies to support manufacturing process development or analysis of therapeutic proteins (40%)
Document study results in notebooks, forms, and technical reports (10%)
Assist in laboratory management including ordering and maintenance (10%)
A successful candidate will typically have 6+ months of experience working in a relevant laboratory setting
0-2 years of protein purification experience, preferably in the pharmaceutical /biotechnology industry
Direct involvement in protein purification, process development or manufacturing is preferred
Proficiency with various MS Office programs, including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
A successful candidate will typically hold a BS degree in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering or related discipline from an accredited university.
Problem solving skills: Solves routine technical problems
Scientific Inquisitiveness: Understands background of assigned technical tasks
Communication skills: Discusses work with supervisor and coworkers; Can draft technical documents with templates
Technical expertise: Conducts assigned routine tasks in the laboratory with supervision
Strategic ability: Understands priority of assigned tasks under direct supervision
Ownership: Works with supervisor to ensure assigned tasks are completed

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