Cell Culture Manufacturing Technician
Employment Type: Full-Time
Industry: Scientific Research
Cell Therapy Manufacturing Research Associate Sacramento, CA 1 year assignment with possibility for extension A unique collaboration between a university and an industry partner to manufacture a cell therapy in phase 1 clinical trials. The manufacturing research associate is responsible for GMP manufacturing activities in the production of cellular therapies in support of clinical studies.
- Execute scientific protocols SOPs with thorough documentation and minimal deviations Maintain mammalian cell cultures
- Use cell separation technologies, multiple platforms for closed system processing
- Perform flow cytometry, ELISA, Mycoplasma testing and some data analysis
- Review and support continuous improvements of records and SOPs Inventory management
- Organized and aware of timelines, deadlines, manufacturing schedule as it may not fall within M-F 9am-5pm schedule
- Flexibility with working weekends when needed
- Instrument set up, preparation, troubleshooting and operation
Ideal Educational Requirements and Experience
- Master's or Bachelor's degree in Biology or related field 2+ Years of experience in process sciences, discover or translational research, mammalian cell culture or manufacturing is ideal
- Experience with aseptic technique and Experience with closed system cell culture
- Experience in a GMP facility, or knowledge of GMP manufacturing
- Detail oriented with quality control, ability to work under SOPs
- Ability to work as a team player.
- Strong interpersonal skills including verbal and written communication
- Strong problem-solving skills and willingness to be flexible.
- Willingness to learn
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