(job) Director/VP Assay Development - New Jersey

Khristine Anderson khristine at earthlink.net
Fri Jan 10 04:09:58 EST 2003


(job) Director/VP Assay Development

I am actively recruiting a Director/VP Assay Development for a client in New
Jersey. Here is more information for your review:

Director/ VP Assay Development,lead programs of developing and manufacturing
proprietary assay designs for DNA as well as protein analysis in a
proprietary format. To provide leadership at the interface
between assay development and QSR-compliant manufacturing, the successful
candidate will demonstrate technical excellence in biochemistry or molecular
biology based on a minimum of seven years of post-Ph.D. experience,
thorough familiarity with FDA  regulations, and a proven track record of
assay commercialization.

The company:  They are pioneering proprietary assay technology to create a
universal platform for the highly parallel analysis of DNA and protein
markers to enable the rapid and inexpensive analysis of critical genetic and
biochemical tests in medical diagnostics, drug development and biomedical
research.

The flexibility, on-demand customization and functional integration of their
custom bead array technology makes it the ideal choice for numerous
applications by hospital laboratories, reference laboratories and research
laboratories. The platform's minimal equipment requirements and multiple
methods of information delivery offer the flexibility and ease of use that
permit new levels of performance in accuracy and throughput.

What do you think?  If you are interested in pursuing this opportunity,
please forward to workwonders at earthlink.net:

-your resume in word or text format
-your salary requirement
-your work authorization

If you aren't interested or feel you are not qualified, do you know anyone
who would be interested? We do offer generous referral fees.

Thanks for your time and have a great day!


Khristine Anderson
http://home.earthlink.net/~workwonders
khristine at earthlink.net

"Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice; it is not a
thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved."

*William Jennings Bryan

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