Job Title: Research Associate I/II
Job Number: 69229
Location: Carlsbad, US
We are looking for an RA I/II to come join our team and perform HPLC, MS and analyses of samples.
* Perform regular and special analyses on samples from various stages of drug production, including in-process, toxicology, finished drug substance, and drug product samples for release and stability testing. * Oversee both new and ongoing development projects. * Evaluate analytical data to ensure it complies with standard operating procedures (SOPs), such as those related to analytical methods, equipment procedures, and material specifications. * Participate in both internal and external scientific meetings, and present findings when necessary. * Compile and document data for quality assessment purposes. * Modify SOPs when required, including those related to analytical methods, equipment procedures, and material specifications. * Create and carry out qualification/validation protocols and produce corresponding reports. * Author scientific reports and contribute to the Chemistry, Manufacturing, and Controls (CMC) section of regulatory submissions. * Conduct analytical inquiries and investigations. * Possibly develop or enhance analytical methods. * Utilize knowledge of current Good Manufacturing * Practice (cGMP) and Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) on a daily basis.
* A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Chemistry or a related field. * For the Research Associate I role, 0 to 4 years of experience in analytical development and quality control is required, while the Research Associate II role calls for 5 or more years of experience in the same field. * Practical familiarity with High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), Mass Spectrometry (MS), and Gas Chromatography (GC). * Preferably, a background in and previous application of current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMPs). * Proficiency in adhering to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), specifically those related to Analytical Methods, Equipment Procedures, and Material Specifications. * The capability to serve as a technical leader for scientific projects. * The ability to independently interpret experimental results and determine the appropriate course of action. * Strong organizational skills. * Experience with recording data in laboratory notebooks or data collection forms. * Comfort with operating and troubleshooting laboratory instrumentation and equipment. * Effective communication skills, both orally and in writing, with individuals at all levels within the organization. * The capacity to complete assignments, meet deadlines, and adhere to time schedules. * Flexibility in managing workloads and tasks to support team goals. * Previous experience in project management. * A track record of fostering positive teamwork, promoting problem-solving, seeking feedback, and demonstrating respectful behavior towards colleagues. * Active listening skills and the ability to provide constructive feedback in response to suggestions or opinions presented.Salary range: $62,000-$103,000 per year Benefits: Health Insurance (medical, dental, vision) Life Insurance Short- and Long-Term Disability 401(k) Paid Time Off
Application Deadline: 2023-12-25