Job Title: Associate Scientist II
Job Location: Sunnyvale California
Duration: 12+ Months
Responsible for hands-on LC-MS/MS bioanalysis of small and large molecules from preclinical samples for studies performed internally and at contract laboratories. Responsible for bioanalytical methods qualification.
Key Accountabilities/Core Job Responsibilities:
* Adept to automation in writing and editing scripts, sample preparation and data reporting.
* Maintain a high level of productivity in the lab. Familiar with using liquid handling systems such as Tecan, Hamilton.
* Conduct quantitative and qualitative LC-MS/MS based bioanalysis to support in vitro and in vivo PK studies of small molecules and generate high quality data.
* Write and review bioanalytical reports to support DMPK studies.
* Follow the guidance and maintain records in ELN, LIMS, Freezer inventory and shipping systems
* Rapidly adjust to changing priorities in a strong collaborative team environment.
* Maintain laboratory and freezer inventory, manage instrumentation maintenance.
* Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills.
Education, Qualifications, and Experience Requirements (degree, certifications, etc.):
* BS degree with at least 5-7 years or MS degree with at least 3-5 years of experience in small molecule bioanalysis or related area in the pharmaceutical industry.
* Experience in using liquid handling systems and LC-MS/MS. (Big Plus)
* Knowledgeable in best practices of bioanalytical assessments. Ability to troubleshoot instruments and methods.
* Ability to optimize conditions for quantitation and chromatographic separation of analyte from other detectable components in biological samples.
* Strong drive to make impactful contribution towards the success of discovery/early development programs.
BS degree with at least 5-7 years or MS degree with at least 3-5 years of experience in small molecule bioanalysis or related area in the pharmaceutical industry
Familiarity with using liquid handling systems such as Tecan, Hamilton
LC-MS/MS based bioanalysis