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Director, Bioanalytical Operations Lincoln United States,  


Posted on : 09 April 2017

Project Description

Celerion is searching for a full-time Director, Bioanalytical Operations for our Lincoln, NE facility.  This position will lead the production sample preparation, extraction, sample analsyis and scheduling operations in this division.  They will serve as a strategist and implementer to ensure streamlined activities and operations within the organization to meet growing client needs. Responsibilities Strategist and Implementer Help to define the operational resource requirements, both people and instruments, to support the fast growing bioanalytical division Develop and implement an automation strategy to meet 21st century laboratory demand Serve as an advisor to the Executive Director, gathering input to develop options/ scenario analyses to facilitate effective decision-making Coordinate/contribute to the execution of strategic initiatives, focused on improving business operations, or policy implementation. Drive paths of resolution for functional resource conflicts and project issues Hold teams accountable to a high standard of critical path execution, business discipline and timely delivery People management Coordinate with Human Resources to address staffing needs and resolve issues. Serve as the primary point of contact and communication liaison with Human Resources to ensure that staff issues are heard and judiciously addressed. Develop and implement appropriate metrics to evaluate performance objectively Team alignment: help to monitor and ensure that the goals of various teams within the research program are aligned towards achieving project priorities and scientific / operational objectives Process & Quality Management Define/refine process strategy, operational milestones project milestones and set/monitor annual performance metrics. Contribute to budget planning and facilitate allocation of resources to achieve business objectives and client expectations Proactively monitor and identify at-risk deliverables, transparently communicate issues, and work with stakeholders to identify options and implement mitigation strategies. Lead Bioanalytical Quality Council and coordinate with quality control team activities with quality assurance to achieve departmental quality objectives   Knowledge/Skills/Education/Licenses*:   Bachelor’s degree in life science or related field is required. MBA preferred. Must have a minimum of ten years of progressive leadership experience in a CRO, medical device or biologic manufacturing environment Six Sigma black belt or equivalent preferred At least 3 years’ experience in Financial Management Demonstrated leadership and vision in managing personnel and major projects or initiatives. Excellent interpersonal skills and a collaborative management style. Budget development and oversight experience Persuasive with details and facts EEO/AA M/F/Vet/Disability

Locations

Lincoln Nebraska

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