Scientist Project: Develop and validate ligand binding assays for regulated study support. In addition, the scientist will also conduct sample testing in support of regulated studies, maintain a GLP/GCLP compliant laboratory, and perform routine equipment maintenance and calibration.
Phase I – (Complete 6 months from start) – attain proficiency in routine sample testing, equipment calibration and maintenance.
Phase II – (Complete 18 months from start) – attain proficiency in ligand binding assay method development, able to independently plan and execute experiments needed to move project forward
Phase III – ( Complete 3 year from start) – able to function as a BA principal investigator or lead scientist on a regulated study. Candidates should be local to Andover site. No OT is currently anticipated, but would be paid at ST rate if worked. Bachelor's degree required. Candidates should have 1-2 years experience with LBA (ELISA, ECLA, LC-MS) routine sample analysis. Prior experience with regulated (GLP and/or GCLP) studies is desirable.
The candidate will need routine sample analysis using immunoassay techniques. Additional responsibilities include oversight of instrument installation and organization of a new laboratory space