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Biology - Laboratory Technician

Employer
Experis
Location
Temecula, California, US
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
Jan 27, 2022

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Sector
Academic / Research
Field
Conservation science
Discipline
Biology
Salary Type
Salary
Employment Type
Full time
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Job Details:

Client: Pharmaceutical

Title: Biology - Laboratory Technician

Day shift: 7 to 8 am until 4 to 5 pm

Duration: 12 months (high possible extension)

****Looking for Recent Grad in Biology ****

Primary objective of position:

Under direct supervision, manufacture and package products for Life Science business unit resulting in customer satisfaction and compliance with applicable governmental and environmental health agency regulations; achievement of internal production objectives. Partner with R&D, Tech Transfer, Planning, Quality Assurance, Distribution, and Downstream Operations to develop and manufacture products in to meet customer needs.

Job Responsibilities: -
  • Successful manufacture of products
    • On time Manufacture of products as needed per Planning department
    • Perform standard and new operating procedures
    • Execution of complex laboratory methods per established procedures. Support activities to resolve process and testing issues under guidance of senior staff
    • Perform procedures involving calculations and material measurements. Collect and evaluate data per defined specifications
    • Operating standard laboratory equipment
    • Preparation of routine solutions and reagents
    • Utilize software for data entry and record keeping in conformance with company and regulatory policies and standards
    • Ensure compliance with all quality and regulatory specifications
    • Execute the manufacturing performance metrics (productivity, customer satisfaction and quality improvements)
    • Train other lab personnel in established procedures
    • Filling, labeling and packaging of products
    • Execute on objectives and planned schedules as outlined by supervisor
    • Contributes to completion of specific programs and projects
    • Comply with applicable established cGMP, FDA, OSHA, EPA, and Quality System regulations
    • Develop, write and update documents pertaining to lab procedures and product manufacturing to maintain cGMP and/or ISO compliance


    Problem Solve Mfg related issues:
    • Actively participate in troubleshooting and the identification of manufacturing and production issues.
    • May assist with the research of new methods or steps in a process at direction of team management, including revising SOPs


    Improve manufacturing processes:
    • Identify inefficiencies and opportunities for process improvements
    • Assist in the implementation of manufacturing procedures intended to optimize existing processes, such as yield, time and cost, and ensure achievement of regulatory and customer requirements


    Support new product development:
    • Support R&D and Tech Transfer functions in bringing new products to manufacturing
    • Train on new SOPs, technologies etc. to support the manufacture of new products


    Job criteria:

    Education & Experience:
    • Bachelor's degree in a Life Science discipline with related experience, preferred. In lieu of Bachelor's degree in a life science discipline, a minimum of 5 years of specific and demonstrated experience will be considered.
    • Basic knowledge in the use of laboratory techniques such as sterile and aseptic techniques, buffer/media preparation, large- and small-scale protein purification, and Western Blotting.
    • Capable of following directions outlined in Standard Operating Procedures, ability to accurately complete Batch Records while adhering to Quality and Regulatory requirements.


    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
    • Demonstrated knowledge in the use of basic scientific laboratory equipment such as pipettes, scales, pH meters, fume hoods, filters, cell counters, microscopes, CO2 incubators, BioSafety Cabinets and centrifuges.
    • Demonstrated knowledge in Sterile / Aseptic technique required.
    • Basic knowledge in western blot, cell-based assays and basic immunological / molecular techniques
    • Ability to handle biologically hazardous materials
    • Working knowledge of manufacturing ERP systems, Oracle or SAP preferred
    • Good computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel software programs
    • Ability to solve simple and complex mathematical equations
    • Ability to multi-task and meet manufacturing production schedules with a sense of urgency.
    • Good organizational skills and attention to detail
    • Good verbal and written communication skills including the ability create clear, concise written reports and accurate completion of batch records
    • Ability to follow, write, and edit Standard Operating Procedures
    • Adherence to Quality and Regulatory requirements/programs
    • Ability to adapt to rapidly changing business circumstance and to thrive in a constantly changing business environment
    • Demonstrated knowledge in laboratory safety plans and procedures to ensure compliance with applicable federal, state and local regulations.
    • Self-directed and self-motivated with the ability to work independently as well as in a team environment.


    Kindest Regards,

    Avinash Sharma

    Talent Acquisition Specialist

    Experis CORE+

    100 Manpower Place | Milwaukee, WI 53212

    Email ID:

    Desk # - 414-666-8462 Ext - 7155
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