Under the supervision of the Technical Director of the cGMP Core this position requires the candidate to collaborate within a team atmosphere that manufactures clinical grade vaccine products in the cGMP cleanroom facility. This candidate will also work independently and be assigned back up duties to support the maintenance of the facility operations.
Take biweekly particle counts in the Cleanroom Production Areas and prepares report, take environmental monitoring samples monthly in production areas (with Rodac Platees)
Processes supply orders on Buysite and through pharmacy, processes inventory â“ obtains certificates (Certificate of Analysis, Certificate of Sterility, Certificate of Conformance, ect.) for all items
Stocks cleanroom with supplies and gowns
Maintains inventory levels for facility, vaccine preparations, cell therapy and islet preparations
Performs Endotoxin assays as need for Cell Therapy Process
Schedule and prepares microbiology lab forms in 4Medica
Delivers sterility and gram stain samples to Microbiology and obtains results through 4Medica and/or directly with MicroLab personnel
Prepares kits for all campaigns and clean facility after campaigns
Process gowns to Aramark for sterilizing/cleaning and maintains inventory levels
Assist with facility repairs/maintenance
Transport prepared vaccines/cell therapy products to the clinic or pharmacy, test and check eye wash station, change gas tanks and maintain chemical inventory for EH&S
Ability to demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills required
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Capacity to exhibit organizational skills required
Ability to work in a collaborative team environment
Bachelorâ™s degree required; in a scientific field preferred
Experience working in a laboratory environment
Experience with laboratory skills and techniques
Advanced skills with Microsoft Office Suite
Technical Knowledge or Skills:
Capacity to handle multiple tasks and competing demands under tight timeframes
Ability to work under pressure, manage competing deadlines and priorities in a fast-paced environment
Ability to understand and carry out instructions and solve problems in complex situations
Ability to read and write documents including protocol and SOPâ™s
Ability to independently learn new techniques
Ability to interact with all levels of staff in a professional manner while respecting confidentiality
Excellent customer/staff interpersonal skills
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