Shire Bioassay Development Specialist I in Lexington, Massachusetts
Education and Experience
Candidate must have a degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry or other biological/analytical discipline
Candidate must have the following experience in biotechnology, pharmaceutical, or related environment:BS with 1+ years of industry experience, or MS with 0+ years of industry experience
Experience in analytical methods such as ELISA and cell based assays recommended.
Key Skills, Abilities and Competencies
Strong computer, scientific, and organizational skills
Excellent communication (oral and written) and attention to detail
Ability to be approachable, self-motivated, adaptable and manage setbacks with a positive attitude
Ability to work independently and as part of a collaborative team
Ability to learn new techniques, perform multiple tasks simultaneously, keep accurate records, follow instructions, and comply with company policies
Understands and applies advanced scientific principles, theories, concepts, practices and standards to process and product development.
Experience working with plate based immunological and molecular biology methods preferred especially with one or more of following methods: ELISA, MSD, Octet protein binding assays, cell based assays
Will be able to work independently with supervision. Exercises judgement in resolving problems in which initiative and judgement are required. Makes recommendations to management in decision making.
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