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Localisation: Salt Lake City, UT, États-Unis
Type de Contrat: Unfixed Term
Fonction: Clinical Affairs
The Regulatory Affairs and Clinical Affairs departments are responsible for performance assessment and validation of molecular in vitro diagnostic products for global regulatory registrations.
The Research Associate I/II is a technical hourly position with laboratory responsibilities. The RA I/II works to meet deadlines in a dynamic environment and has the temperament to operate proactively and collaboratively in a team in support of FDA and other regulatory submissions. Tasks will focus on molecular and microbiological experiments and procedures (e.g. nucleic acid extraction, serial dilution, PCR, bacterial and fungal culture, etc.) with associated collection, analysis, verification and recording of data in accordance with established protocols and work instruction documents, regulations, safety requirements, and the quality system. Work is primarily collaborative and requires the ability to effectively and respectfully communicate and coordinate with peers and supervisor(s).
The RA I position requires basic laboratory technical and organizational skills, attention to detail, critical thinking, troubleshooting and problem-solving, and a dedication to the mission and goals of the department and BioFire. A Research Associate I may receive general or detailed instruction and supervision on routine work, and detailed instruction and supervision on new procedures and assignments.
The RA II position requires proficiency in laboratory technical and organizational skills, attention to detail, critical thinking, troubleshooting and problem-solving, data analysis, sequence analysis and a dedication to the mission and goals of the department and BioFire. A Research Associate II will normally self-direct on routine work with no or minimal instruction and supervision, and will operate with general or detailed instruction and supervision on new procedures and assignments.
Training and Education:
The position requires a Bachelor’s degree in a scientific discipline or a minimum of two years of undergraduate education in a scientific discipline with demonstrated laboratory experience and working knowledge of basic chemistry, microbiology and/or molecular biology principles.
The RAI position requires 0-2 years experience in a laboratory setting or related biological or health care discipline.
The RAII position requires 2-5 years of experience with laboratory techniques. Experience in molecular techniques relevant to real-time PCR and sequence analysis; microbiology training and familiarity with Biosafety Level 2 practices are a plus.
Skills and Qualifications:
Must demonstrate skill in basic laboratory technician practices (pipetting, biological and chemical material handling, sterile technique and contamination control, basic concentration and statistical calculations, and accurate record-keeping).
Basic competency with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word).