Analytical Chemistry Associate 452

Company Name:
MedTeam Staffing
This is a temporary job opportunity
Position: Analytical Chemistry Associate 452
Location: Cheshire CT
Projected duration: 1 year
Job Code: 452
Position Summary
The Temporary Development Associate I 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 Temporary Development Associate I will work in collaboration with other members of Process Development and Analytical Sciences.
Principal Responsibilities
Perform all job functions in compliance with cGXPs and maintain accurate and legible laboratory records.
Perform testing for in-process, drug substance and drug product release and stability samples.
Perform analytical methods pertaining to gel electrophoresis, HPLC, UV spectrophotometry and ELISA (plate based) assays.
Draft WPDs and SOPs qualification and validation protocols and reports as assigned.
Compile data and information related to assay and instrument performance.
Recognize and report aberrant test and sample conditions to the area supervisor / manager.
Order, stock, receive, label, log, and inventory laboratory supplies.
Provide laboratory support services, clean/maintain equipment and prepare reagents/solutions.
Ensure training is current for all job functions performed. Attend all required Company training.
Provide timely and legible laboratory notebook data or documentation.
Perform other related duties as assigned
A successful candidate will typically have 6+ months of experience working in a relevant laboratory setting
Follow written procedures when conducting experiments and applying methods
Document procedures and data in peer-reviewed laboratory notebooks
Order, stock and maintain inventory of laboratory supplies
Participate in general laboratory operations including equipment maintenance and organization
Interact with Technical Operations groups, Research and external vendors
Communicate findings to colleagues within the group through presentations
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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