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Physician / Massachusetts / Locum or Permanent / Biologist III Job

The Execu Search Group.
West Side, Massachusetts, US
Closing date
May 25, 2022

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A pharmaceutical company in Massachusetts is currently seeking a new Biologist III for a promising opportunity with their growing staff.


The Biologist III will:

Perform routine sample preparation including cells, tissue, and biological fluid, and perform assay execution to support LC/MS proteomics studies related to disease MOA, target identification and biomarker discovery
Learn new methods and assays to process quantity-limited samples to support single-cell and spatial proteomics studies
Maintain laboratory equipment, stock basic laboratory supplies and chemicals, and lab logistics, inducing sample shipping and receiving; coordinate waste removal as needed
Maintain a clear, detailed laboratory notebook to document all experiments and findings


Bachelors, Master's and/or Ph.D. in Analytical Science, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, or related technical discipline
2+ years of Laboratory experience.
Solid assessment, clinical, and documentation skills
Great interpersonal skills
Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
Strong attention to detail
Highly organized

Desired Skills:

Experience in biotech/pharmaceutical industry setting or academic core lab
LC/MS related lab experience
Hands-on experience in sample preparation (cell, tissue, biological fluid) for LC/MS proteomics analysis
Hands-on experience in operating mass spectrometry platforms (Exactive series MS, Orbitrap Fusion/Lumos Tribrid MS, etc.)
Experience in operation capillary/nano HPLC and hybrid high resolution mass spectrometer
Strong data organization and analysis skills
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