Labcorp Drug Development is the leading global Clinical Research Organization. We have an exciting career opportunity for a Laboratory Scientist II
in our Global Immunology and Immunotoxicology department in Madison, WI.
The Laboratory Scientist II has specific scientific responsibilities which include participating in all procedures in the operational areas of I&I. These include sample analysis, data review, metrology and general Laboratory support duties across a range of functional areas (Immunoassay, Flow Cytometry, and Cell Based assays). The jobholder will assist with a variety of projects within the department. The jobholder will assist Management and other scientists in key aspects of internal training and development activities.
Other scientific responsibilities include:
- Sample analysis (which may include ELISA and/or cell based assay work and/or flow cytometry), data review, metrology and general Laboratory support duties.
- Assist with a variety of projects within the department and assist Management and other scientists in key aspects of internal training and development activities.
- Documents work and maintains study documentation and laboratory records.
- Performs routine and non-routine maintenance on general equipment.
- Performs QC review of data.
- Reports any difficulties, unexpected findings and/or deviations that may affect the integrity of the data to Study Director/Manager, Principal Investigator/Contributing Scientist and/or management of and participates in corrective action of problems.
- Displays understanding of theory and ability to set up and perform practical requirements for routine and non-routine assays and for the instruments used
- Participates in process improvement initiatives.
- Participates in client visits/audits as required.
- Develops knowledge to assist in writing text for methods or protocols.
Labcorp Drug Development's work in developing new pharmaceutical solutions has an incredible impact on millions of lives worldwide. Be a part of this life-saving work and help improve patients' lives while growing your career. Education/Qualifications:
- Bachelor of Science degree in a related field required.
- Experience may be substituted for education.
- At least 1-3 years of experience in the industry.
- Familiar with the use of standard laboratory equipment.
- Experience with analytical instrumentation desired.
- Basic knowledge of computers and software programs.