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    • south plainfield, new jersey
    • contract
    • US$35.00 - US$38.00, per hour, $35 - 38 per hour
    • 9 to 5
    job summary:The Research Biologist is responsible for performing scientific experiments that contribute to research and drug discovery activities. This position assists in the conduct of early stage research, the goal of which is the identification of New Chemical Entities (NCEs), as well as the advancement of research programs from the identification of screening hits to advanced lead optimization. The incumbent is also responsible for communicating experimental results to his/her supervisor and the project team. location: South Plainfield, New Jerseyjob type: Contractsalary: $35 - 38 per hourwork hours: 9 to 5education: Bachelors responsibilities:Under limited supervision, executes experiments as directed by the supervisor and communicates results as part of multi-disciplinary team(s).Applies relevant scientific principles and techniques to research problems.Maintains detailed laboratory notebooks.Maintains broad knowledge of state-of-the-art principles and techniques and may contribute to the identification of new project areas or technologies.Presents findings internally and contributes to the publication of the work of the project team in well-established and peer reviewed journals, subject to internal scientific and legal approval.May provide technical and scientific input to the project team or research leadershipContributes to the development of patent applications as appropriate.Complies with all safety requirements.Contributes to general lab operations such as:Equipment maintenance.Identification of capital equipment needsMaintenance of clean and uncluttered work areasMaintain inventory and ordering lab supplies as needed.Characterization of protein expression utilizing Western Blot, ELISA methodologies.Perform protein function assay (e.g., luciferase assay).Perform mammalian cell culture, compound treatment experiments.Perform animal tissue pulverization work.Perform nucleic acid extraction from cells or tissue.Characterization of pre-mRNA splicing profiles utilizing RT-PCR, Ampliseq, RNAseq methodologies.Provides support for in vivo studies as required. qualifications:Bachelor's degree in a scientific discipline, preferably Biology, Molecular Biology or Biochemistry with a minimum of 4 years' experience, OR, Master's degree in a scientific discipline with a minimum of 0- 2 years of relevant experience.Human tissue culture experienceCell biology and Molecular biologyExperience in RNA purification, qPCR and analysisHands on experience with eukaryotic cell culture.Experience in protein quantification and analysis methods such as Western blot, ELISA, luciferase assay.Experience in handling mammalian cells, e.g., plasmid transfection, compound treatment, cell morphology by microscopy, GFP microscopy.Possesses knowledge and experience in the area of pre-mRNA splicing and keeps current with state-of-the-art techniques such as RNAseq, and with relevant scientific literature.Proficiency in scientific software used to design and analyze biological data like SnapGene.Demonstrates technical proficiency, scientific creativity, and the ability to collaborate with others on cross functional teams in a fast-paced, matrixed, environment consisting of internal and external team members. Possesses knowledge of scientific principles and concepts and keeps current with relevant scientific literature.Proficiency with Microsoft Office- preferably MS Excel and MS PowerPoint..Effective verbal and written communication and skills.Analytical thinker with problem-solving skills and the ability to adapt to changing priorities and deadlines. Effective planning, organization and time management skills including the ability to support and prioritize multiple projects. Preferred:Experience in handling mammalian cells, e.g., transduction of rAAV vectors, cell morphology by microscopy, cell sorting flow cytometry (preferred).Experience in RNA purification, reverse transcription (RT), PCR, qPCR and analysis (preferred).Proficiency in scientific software used to design and analyze biological data like UCSC Genome Browser, Integrative Genomics Viewer, Spotfire (preferred).Experiences of RNA or DNA sequencing library preparation and sequencing using Oxford Nanopore or Illumina sequencing platforms (preferred). skills: Molecular Biology, ImmunoassaysEqual Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.
    job summary:The Research Biologist is responsible for performing scientific experiments that contribute to research and drug discovery activities. This position assists in the conduct of early stage research, the goal of which is the identification of New Chemical Entities (NCEs), as well as the advancement of research programs from the identification of screening hits to advanced lead optimization. The incumbent is also responsible for communicating experimental results to his/her supervisor and the project team. location: South Plainfield, New Jerseyjob type: Contractsalary: $35 - 38 per hourwork hours: 9 to 5education: Bachelors responsibilities:Under limited supervision, executes experiments as directed by the supervisor and communicates results as part of multi-disciplinary team(s).Applies relevant scientific principles and techniques to research problems.Maintains detailed laboratory notebooks.Maintains broad knowledge of state-of-the-art principles and techniques and may contribute to the identification of new project areas or technologies.Presents findings internally and contributes to the publication of the work of the project team in well-established and peer reviewed journals, subject to internal scientific and legal approval.May provide technical and scientific input to the project team or research leadershipContributes to the development of patent applications as appropriate.Complies with all safety requirements.Contributes to general lab operations such as:Equipment maintenance.Identification of capital equipment needsMaintenance of clean and uncluttered work areasMaintain inventory and ordering lab supplies as needed.Characterization of protein expression utilizing Western Blot, ELISA methodologies.Perform protein function assay (e.g., luciferase assay).Perform mammalian cell culture, compound treatment experiments.Perform animal tissue pulverization work.Perform nucleic acid extraction from cells or tissue.Characterization of pre-mRNA splicing profiles utilizing RT-PCR, Ampliseq, RNAseq methodologies.Provides support for in vivo studies as required. qualifications:Bachelor's degree in a scientific discipline, preferably Biology, Molecular Biology or Biochemistry with a minimum of 4 years' experience, OR, Master's degree in a scientific discipline with a minimum of 0- 2 years of relevant experience.Human tissue culture experienceCell biology and Molecular biologyExperience in RNA purification, qPCR and analysisHands on experience with eukaryotic cell culture.Experience in protein quantification and analysis methods such as Western blot, ELISA, luciferase assay.Experience in handling mammalian cells, e.g., plasmid transfection, compound treatment, cell morphology by microscopy, GFP microscopy.Possesses knowledge and experience in the area of pre-mRNA splicing and keeps current with state-of-the-art techniques such as RNAseq, and with relevant scientific literature.Proficiency in scientific software used to design and analyze biological data like SnapGene.Demonstrates technical proficiency, scientific creativity, and the ability to collaborate with others on cross functional teams in a fast-paced, matrixed, environment consisting of internal and external team members. Possesses knowledge of scientific principles and concepts and keeps current with relevant scientific literature.Proficiency with Microsoft Office- preferably MS Excel and MS PowerPoint..Effective verbal and written communication and skills.Analytical thinker with problem-solving skills and the ability to adapt to changing priorities and deadlines. Effective planning, organization and time management skills including the ability to support and prioritize multiple projects. Preferred:Experience in handling mammalian cells, e.g., transduction of rAAV vectors, cell morphology by microscopy, cell sorting flow cytometry (preferred).Experience in RNA purification, reverse transcription (RT), PCR, qPCR and analysis (preferred).Proficiency in scientific software used to design and analyze biological data like UCSC Genome Browser, Integrative Genomics Viewer, Spotfire (preferred).Experiences of RNA or DNA sequencing library preparation and sequencing using Oxford Nanopore or Illumina sequencing platforms (preferred). skills: Molecular Biology, ImmunoassaysEqual Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.
    • south plainfield, new jersey
    • contract
    • US$60.00 - US$65.00, per hour, $60 - 65 per hour
    • 9 to 5
    job summary:The Contractor for Quality Operations, supports quality operations related to GMP compliance for Clinical and Commercial products.The incumbent works cross-functionally with internal departments and external resources on quality assurance related issues.The incumbent supports adherence to relevant regulatory requirements and company SOPs, as appropriate. location: South Plainfield, New Jerseyjob type: Contractsalary: $60 - 65 per hourwork hours: 9 to 5education: Bachelors responsibilities:Performs QA review and approval of documentation related to small molecule and gene therapy contract manufacturing, packaging, labeling, and analytical records, as well as, other related documents as required by GMP regulation for Clinical and Commercial Supplies. This includes the review and approval of:Manufacturing/packaging records for precursors, Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API), drug substance, drug product (bulk and finished) and packaging, including but not limited to: master batch records, executed batch records, investigations, change orders, and releases;Plans, protocols, and reports associated with validation at company and CMOs, including process and analytical validation activities;Performing QA review of Chemistry | Manufacturing | Controls (CMC) documentation, including reviewing and approving manufacturing, packaging and analytical records.Reviewing SOPs related to GMPs.Completes all duties as per relevant procedures; always ensures compliance to cGMP.Performs other tasks and assignments as needed and specified by management.  qualifications:Bachelor's degree in a scientific discipline (preferably chemistry) or related experience in QA, or related role(s) in a pharmaceutical, biotechnology or related environment with a minimum of 6 years' experience and at least 2 years in a CMC-focused QA position.Detailed knowledge and understanding of GMP regulations and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requirements.Demonstrated proficiency in application of QA principles, concepts, industry practices, and standards.Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of business practices and procedures associated with GxP Document Control, Change Control, CAPA, Deviation, and/or Lab investigations.Proficiency with Microsoft Office.Fluent in English (verbal and written). Excellent verbal and written communication skills.Ability to work virtually, independently and collaboratively.Analytical thinker with problem-solving skills. skills: CMC, Quality Assurance, GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice)Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.
    job summary:The Contractor for Quality Operations, supports quality operations related to GMP compliance for Clinical and Commercial products.The incumbent works cross-functionally with internal departments and external resources on quality assurance related issues.The incumbent supports adherence to relevant regulatory requirements and company SOPs, as appropriate. location: South Plainfield, New Jerseyjob type: Contractsalary: $60 - 65 per hourwork hours: 9 to 5education: Bachelors responsibilities:Performs QA review and approval of documentation related to small molecule and gene therapy contract manufacturing, packaging, labeling, and analytical records, as well as, other related documents as required by GMP regulation for Clinical and Commercial Supplies. This includes the review and approval of:Manufacturing/packaging records for precursors, Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API), drug substance, drug product (bulk and finished) and packaging, including but not limited to: master batch records, executed batch records, investigations, change orders, and releases;Plans, protocols, and reports associated with validation at company and CMOs, including process and analytical validation activities;Performing QA review of Chemistry | Manufacturing | Controls (CMC) documentation, including reviewing and approving manufacturing, packaging and analytical records.Reviewing SOPs related to GMPs.Completes all duties as per relevant procedures; always ensures compliance to cGMP.Performs other tasks and assignments as needed and specified by management.  qualifications:Bachelor's degree in a scientific discipline (preferably chemistry) or related experience in QA, or related role(s) in a pharmaceutical, biotechnology or related environment with a minimum of 6 years' experience and at least 2 years in a CMC-focused QA position.Detailed knowledge and understanding of GMP regulations and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requirements.Demonstrated proficiency in application of QA principles, concepts, industry practices, and standards.Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of business practices and procedures associated with GxP Document Control, Change Control, CAPA, Deviation, and/or Lab investigations.Proficiency with Microsoft Office.Fluent in English (verbal and written). Excellent verbal and written communication skills.Ability to work virtually, independently and collaboratively.Analytical thinker with problem-solving skills. skills: CMC, Quality Assurance, GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice)Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.

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