The Development Associate II is responsible for performing assigned experimental tasks to support the development and optimization of cell culture manufacturing processes for company’s bio therapeutic candidates. The Development Associate II will work in collaboration with other members of GPD, and with scientific staff in other Research & Development groups as well as Manufacturing, Quality Assurance and Quality Control groups .
- With limited supervision, lead experimental studies to develop, optimize or qualify manufacturing processes for biotherapeutic candidates (35%)
- Execute experimental studies and analyze results to support manufacturing process development of therapeutic proteins (35%)
- Document study results in notebooks, forms, and technical reports (10%)
- Coordinate laboratory management including ordering and maintenance (5%)
- Regularly collaborate with other BPD groups, Research groups, Technical Operations groups and external vendors (10%)
- Communicate findings to colleagues within the group through informal presentations (5%)
A successful candidate will typically have:
- 2+ years of experience working in a relevant laboratory setting
- Demonstrated the ability to perform routine cell culture work using good aseptic technique
- Experience working with statistical software such as JMP or DesignExpert
- An understanding of the principles behind continuous stirred tank reactors for culturing cells
- Proficiency with various MS Office programs, including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
A successful candidate will typically hold a BS degree in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering or related discipline from an accredited university with 2+ year relevant industrial experiences.
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