Biologist I/II

Worcester County, Massachusetts, US
Jul 30, 2021
Aug 01, 2021
Employment Type
Full time
Salary Type
Biologist I/II
job details:
- location:Worcester, MA
- salary:$25 - $31.25 per hour
- date posted:Wednesday, July 21, 2021
- experience:1 Years
- job type:Contract
- industry:Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
- reference:37458
job description
Biologist I/II
job summary:
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location: Worcester, Massachusetts
job type: Contract
salary: $25.00 - 31.25 per hour
work hours: 9 to 5
education: Bachelors
- This position is in the Purification Group of the Process Sciences Department at the Company Bioresearch Center. The candidate will be involved with all aspects of protein purification and protein chemistry to support biopharmaceutical process development. Responsibilities, under the supervision of a senior scientist:
- Execute high through put scale down robotic purification from early stage to late stage for cross function groups, viral clearance, process characterization, and continuous process improvement studies, performing basic data acquisition and analysis, documenting in electric lab notebooks
- Will develop economical, robust steps for recovering the target protein from bioreactor harvests using chromatography, filtration, and other separation techniques; developing downstream purification processes to be transferred to Manufacturing; and performing laboratory scale process characterization studies.
- The individual can perform various bioanalytical assays, including HPLC, ELISAs and SDS-PAGE, to aid in rapid process development.
- The candidate must possess strong written, oral, and collaborative skills to effectively communicate experimental procedures and results.
- As appropriate, the candidate may supply technical support for pilot and/or GMP manufacturing of clinical materials.
skills: HPLC, Biology, GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice)
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