My client company is a large established Pharmecuitical company
looking to fill this position at the start of the new year. They offer
excellent pay and benefits with excellent growth potential.
They are agressively seeking to fill this position and will pay all
fees associated with recruiting and placement of candidates.
Contact me with your CV and any questions.
Ms. Charlsie Patterson
Technical and Bio-science Recruiter
Global Staffing and Recruiting
Fax: (919) 871-0030
or email: techsearch at globals-r.com
or villowan at earthlink.net
Brief Description of the Position:
Conduct assays to support the development and characterization of new
biological products. The incumbent will also be part of a team that
will interact closely with early stages of process scale up and with
the QA development and establishment of numerous new assays. (i.e.
robotics immunological and real time on-line assays) and advanced
characterization of protein products. The incumbent will collaborate
closely with projects in New Product Biochemistry, Pathogen Safety and
Process Research Sections. The incumbent will work at the laboratory
bench and have good oral and written communication skills to keep
accurate experimental records, communicate research goals and results
on a frequent schedule.
BS in Biochemistry, Analytical chemistry, or closely related field
with at least 2 years of relevant job experience. Experience with
operating and maintaining Hewlett Package HPLCs, BioSepara ProSys
HPLCs and Beckman BioMek Robotics systems is desired. A demonstrated
ability to keep clear records, recognize and implement needed
experimental controls, communicate with team members, and meet time
lines is required. A background with HPLC, enzymatic, and/or
immunological assays is required. Experience with mass spectrometry,
amino acid analysis, sequence analysis, peptide mapping, disulfide
assignment and/or glycoprotien analysis is needed. GLP/GMP experience,
analytical methods validation, experience in automation, robotics,
on-line assays, a familiarity with the well-characterized biological