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LSC Analyst - United States  

Celerion (company)


Posted on : 25 May 2017

Project Description

  • Our company  of the most experienced and successful CROs in the world. 
  • Our experience and expertise play a valuable role in assisting our clients in the drug development process. 
  • If you are looking for an exciting role where you can use you experience to advance your career this could be the opportunity for you! 
  • Our growing Bioanalytical division is hiring variable LSC Analysts to work in the laboratory. 
  • The main focus of this role will be to provide support for Administration, Digestion, Metabolism, and Excretion studies. 
  • When there is not an ADME study in process this role may assist the following areas: Sample Management, Instrumentation, Equipment Maintenance, Mobile Phase Preparation, Extraction, and Automation. 
  • Due to the dual focus of this role, it is an amazing learning opportunity.

  • Process/extract radioactive ADME samples (feces, urine, blood, plasma) for analysis 
  • Accurately transfer, pipet, and weight samples for analysis 
  • Record and document test data in notebooks/binders/electronic notebooks 
  • Perform QC function on notebook/binder/electronic notebook documentation 
  • Assist in other areas as required by bio-analytical workload to aid in meeting client deadlines 

  • Minimum of a High School Diploma is required; currently working towards a degree in a science related field is preferred 
  • Effective time management and organization skills   
  • Previous laboratory experience, employment or academic, is preferred 
  • Strong computer skills and attention to detail  

  • Must be able to work daily from 12pm-5pm for at least 21 days in a row during ADME studies 
  • Must be able to work at least 20 hours per week between 12pm-5pm Monday – Friday when ADME studies are not in progress 
  • Training will be Monday – Friday between 12pm-5pm plus 1-2 Saturdays 
  • When running, ADME studies require coverage 7 days a week to ensure participant release data is submitted to the clinic in the allowable time-frame. 
  •  ADME studies normally last 3-5 weeks in duration. Time working on ADME studies is paid at twice the hourly rate.