Production Technician Senior – Pedatric Hematology/Oncology/Bone Marrow Transplant
- Requisition ID #: 27235
- Job Category: Research
- Employment Type: Full Time
- Experience Level: Experienced (non-manager)
- City, State: Milwaukee, WI
- Work Location: MACC Fund Research Center
- Department: Pediatrics
- Education: Masters Degree
Perform quality assays and compare results to required release criteria to accept or reject clinical grade gene therapy vector manufactured in the facility. Monitors vector production, evaluates existing processes, and implements improvements. Conducts assays to support on-going research and development in the lab.
- Responsible for performing Vector and Cell Product quality analysis and quality control.
- Prepare reports for FDA submissions.
- Responsible for Vector and Cell Product in-process monitoring, as well as inventory of necessary raw materials.
- Order facility reagents and equipment in consultation with facility manager.
- Attend weekly facility meetings.
- Initiate, lead, conduct and support product development.
- Develop and maintain the quality of products and processes, policies, and methods to evaluate and improve the quality of products, materials, components and operations.
- Monitor and determine process equipment requirements and set-up to ensure equipment is compatible with processes.
- Support external clients with molecular assays.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
Full-time role with expectations for coverage during core business hours and flexibility required as necessary to accommodate business needs.
Minimum Required Education: Master’s Degree
Minimum Required Experience: 4 years experience
Preferred Experience: Prior experience in Molecular Biology
Field: Molecular Biology or relevant field
Knowledge – Skills – Abilities
Monitoring – Monitoring performance of organization and processes to make improvements or take corrective action. Problem Sensitivity – Identify when things are likely to become an obstacle or interfere with quality control. Critical Thinking – Use logic and reasoning to identify strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions or approaches.
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