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.
Do you have basic knowledge of Chromatography or Ligand-Binding techniques and laboratory experience? If so, this could be the position for you! This is a great opportunity to put your skills to work in clinical research.
Our Lincoln, NE location is hiring multiple Bioanalytical Associate Analysts to join our team. These roles are fully benefited positions.
- Process/extract biological samples (blood, urine, plasma, feces) both manually and using automation
- Prepare solutions/reagents
- Record and document test data in notebooks/binders/electronic notebooks
- Perform analytical analysis of samples using chromatography (LC-MS/MS and HPLC) or ligand-binding techniques (ELISA, RIA, EIA and PCR)
- Associate’s degree or previous coursework in Microbiology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology or a related field is preferred
- Exposure to pipetting; will pipet an average of 2-3 hours per day, at times up to 8 hours
- Experience with GLP’s is a plus
- Basic computer skills; able to read and enter information via computer 50% of the shift
- Strong attention to detail and self-motivation
- At least 30 hours each week, based on business needs, hours could fluctuate between 30 – 40 hours
- Monday – Friday daily, during normal business hours, 8am-5pm, with some flexibility
- Able to work at least 6-8 hour shifts a day
- Occasional weekend support or overtime as needed based on business needs
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Are you ready to join our team?
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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