A note about ongoing positions:
These are positions for which XBL maintains an open enrollment policy. These are not currently open positions, however, XBL will contact candidates (whose information we have on file) that are a good match in the event that one of these positions opens up.
Include but are not limited to: inspecting/auditing analytical/bioanalytical studies performed according to Good Laboratory Practices (FDA, EPA, and OECD); reviewing study data and reports; auditing software/system validation documents, summarizing findings and reporting to study directors/principal investigators and management; maintaining GLP-required documentation; keeping an accurate schedule of inspection activities; conducting facility, vendor and subcontractor audits.
The successful candidate will have a BA/BS degree in a related scientific discipline and a minimum 2-yr QA experience working in a GLP-regulated environment; CRO experience is preferred. Candidate must be a fast learner who works well with numbers, is detail-oriented and highly organized, works well with people, and has excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Will under supervision, perform routine laboratory techniques, calculations, tabulate and record results. Candidates must be able to prepare standard solutions used in the laboratory, ability to calibrate/maintain equipment and assist senior staff with experiment set up and execution.
The successful candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry, biology, or a related discipline or any similar combination of education and experience with knowledge of bioanalytical assays is desirable. Experience working in pharmaceutical R&D is also an asset.
The responsibilities will include, preparation of biological samples, be able to perform routine analytical chemistry assays, candidates should have knowledge of proper instrument set up, operation and maintenance and will assist/support senior staff with experiment set up and execution.
The successful candidates must have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in science (chemistry, biochemistry, or related discipline). Experience in/knowledge of chromatography, sample preparation, isolation/separation, general wet chemistry, and radiotracer techniques is desirable. Experience working in pharmaceutical R&D is also an asset.
Under supervision, participate in preclinical study related activities including animal care, dosing, sample collection, processing and analysis for rodent and non-rodent preclinical studies, perform data analysis, data checking and instrument/assay set up, operation and maintenance.
The successful candidates must have an Associates or Bachelor's degree in biology, animal science, or a related discipline to work on in-life phases of pre-clinical drug discovery and development areas. Experience working as a veterinarian technician with animal dosing technique is preferred. Must be willing to perform animal handling and animal care.
Under supervision of senior scientist, participate in preclinical study related activities including animal care, dosing, sample collection, processing and analysis for rodent and non-rodent preclinical studies
Perform data analysis, data checking, report preparation and instrument/assay set up, operation and maintenance
A.S. or B.S. degree in biology, animal science, or related discipline
Experience or knowledge in animal handling or animal care is desirable but not necessary; training available
STAFF SCIENTIST/RESEARCH SCIENTIST
Mass Spectrometry Group
Utilize existing analytical methods in the LC/MS analysis of drug entities
Daily operation and instrument maintenance and troubleshooting
Develop and validate new and challenging analytical methods for new chemical entities
May serve as Study Directors/Principal Investigators
Data summary and report writing
Experience in analytical method development/validation using mass spectrometry and spectral data interpretation
Experience in operating the modern quadrupole mass spectrometers, such as the Sciex API 4000 series, to analyze organic, organometallic and biological samples
Knowledge of all aspects of assay development including sample extraction and preparation, and chromatography
Working in a regulated environment, following SOPs and adhering to pertinent regulations including Good Laboratory Practices (GLP)
Excellent organizational and communication skills, work independently
PhD/MS in chemistry, mass spectrometry or related field and 1-4 years of experience preferred. Candidates with a B.S and 4-6 years of experience in assay method development and operation of LC/MS will also be considered