Celerion is committed to swift, exceptional clinical research through translational medicine. Every day, we use our experience, agility, and innovative research strategies to help get drugs to market faster. Celerion offers one of the most experienced clinical pharmacology research networks in the industry.
Are you looking for an opportunity to support a business creating life-saving treatments? If so, we can’t wait to meet you!
Celerion has a variable opening for an Associate Quality Control Analyst in our Bioanalytical Division in Lincoln, NE.
This is an excellent opportunity to help ensure all Bioanalytical data is correct and complete. We are seeking someone who is able to work an average of 20 -35 hours per week depending on business needs your availability. This is an office-based administrative role working Monday – Friday between the hours of 8am-5pm.
- Verify Excel spreadsheets and calculations
- Assist in paperwork routing, document assembly, and verification of information packet completeness
- Verify raw data against information in Methods or Standard Operating Procedures:
- Ensure Compliance with general SOP requirements
- Verify Solution composition or concentration, including calculations used to determine the concentrations are correct
- Verify volumes used and any processing step documented are as explained in the sample processing procedures
- Associate Degree in Chemistry, Biology or related science and 6 months of related experience OR Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Biology, or related science.
- Exceptional attention to detail and proofreading ability are required.
- Excellent time management skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office are required.
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Celerion is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, qualified protected veteran status, or disability.
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