Senior Scientist, Instrument Operation
Location: Austin, Texas, United States
Requisition Number: 3189
Position Title: Senior Scientist, Instrument Operation
SUMMARY: The Senior Scientist, Instrument Operation, under the guidance of the Leader of Instrument Operation is responsible for performing LC-MS-MS analysis with high efficiency and accuracy following Worldwide Clinical Trials (Worldwide) and Sponsor requirements. This individual is a key member of the instrument operations team with a strong knowledge of mass spectrometry and HPLC techniques. They may assist other operation, validation, and method development staff with projects and instrument troubleshooting in addition to recommending and implementing laboratory improvements. A Senior Scientist participates in the production of scientific literature such as posters, presentations and publications.
Tasks may include but are not limited to:
- Accomplish all necessary and applicable Worldwide training, including Standard Operating Procedures, Corporate Handbook, and Health and Safety Manual
- Understand and apply GLP guidelines in all aspects of work
- Perform LC-MS-MS analysis following procedures specified by established test methods
- Monitor system performance to ensure quality of results
- Process data following Worldwide procedures and guidelines
- Document promptly and clearly all procedures
- Maintain and calibrate instruments and equipment as required
- May serve as a Lab Monitor
- Make scientific judgments regarding the quality and integrity of data, taking corrective action, and documenting the decision
- Serve as a mentor for less experienced members of the instrument operations team
- Assist method development and validation scientists with instrument hardware or method issues when needed
- Ensuring quality of deliverables including data, reports, and electronic files
- Communicating effectively internally and externally with all levels of personnel
Perform other duties as assigned. The duties and responsibilities listed above are representative of the nature and level of work assigned and are not necessarily all-inclusive.
OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Ability to understand complex written and verbal instructions.
- Must be able to work well with a variety of laboratory personnel.
- Must have excellent attention to detail. Must be familiar with all required software.
- Must be able to set up and operate instruments, LC pumps and auto-samplers.
- Extensive experience in performing analytical tests
- Should develop and demonstrate effective time management and be able to manage their time in order to meet tasks, budgets and deadlines. If unforeseen problems occur, these should be communicated to their supervisor or other management personnel.
- Bachelor’s degree with a science discipline
- Eight or more years of relevant work experience required
Employment Type: Regular
Community / Marketing Title: Senior Scientist, Instrument Operation
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Location_formattedLocationLong: Austin, Texas US
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