Wayne Metro Area, NJ
In conformance with all Working Instructions (WI), and safety and quality regulations, may perform (with minimal or no supervision) activities such as: clinical laboratory analyses (hematology, hemostasis, clinical biochemistry, urinalysis and immunoanalyses (i.e. microsphere-based immunofluoresence assays, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISAs), Multiplex assays, QC activities, etc...), producing toxicity information and data reporting; instrument and assay qualification and method validation. Provide quality testing and result verification while displaying good scientific judgment. Communicate results and interpretations in an accurate and timely manner. May function on teams and/or lead associates assigned to major activities. Display high level of competence in use of laboratory equipment. Work independently to resolve issues.
Serve as team member and/or lead major activities, develop new or improved methodologies/techniques. Draft new WIs or revise existing WIs.
Responsible for training less experienced personnel.
Maintain technical instrumentation/equipment and independently troubleshoot problems
Assist/advise manager on coordination of technical activities.
Perform technical procedures necessary to implement and conduct study protocols for safety evaluation studies. Interpret and communicate results. Write reports and manuscripts.
Training and/or experience in the clinical pathology laboratory with immunology or immunotoxicology skills. Bachelor s degree with 4+ years experience or equivalent, or Masters degree with 2+ years of experience of equivalent.
Documented ability to be self motivated while making strong team-oriented contributions.
Competent to internally support major analytical instrumentation.
Strong personal and team-oriented time management skills.
Computer skills in Microsoft office software.
Demonstrated experience in the required area, and competency in all technical procedures