SNBL USA Research Associate I - Formulations in Everett, Washington

SNBL USA SNBL USA, Ltd. is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status. Req No. 2016-1693 Location US - WA - Everett Category Lab Services Type Regular Full-Time Overview: About SNBL USA Join us in our mission to help free patients from suffering and improve patient care and treatment outcomes. Headquartered in Everett, WA, SNBL USA, Ltd. offers a unique range of safety assessment services to fulfill its commitment to help free patients from suffering. Managed and operated by a team world renowned for its wide-ranging drug development experience and expertise, SNBL USA offers programs ranging from regulatory toxicology to customized study designs. SNBL's specialized capabilities include safety assessment of biologics, reproductive toxicology, cardiovascular, respiratory and CNS pharmacology, immunotoxicology and carcinogenicity. Job Summary: The Research Associate will be responsible for learning to perform basic test and control article formulation, dose preparation and dispensing. This position will also receive test and control article materials and maintain chain of custody documentation associated with test and control materials, including inventory control. Responsibilities: Dose preparation, sampling and dispensing for primarily non-GLP studies, however, as the individual gains experience in the position, may support GLP studies. Inventory of materials. Reconciliation of materials as needed. Document accurately, including limited error. Demonstrated increasing proficiency in understanding Xybion daily schedules for completing daily dose worksheets requiring minimal corrections. May be assigned as a Formulation Lead for non-GLP studies, including Day 1 preparation activities. May cross train to support pharmacy operations, i.e. dispense controlled substances. May cross train to perform some basic analytical work, i.e. UV-VIS for dose concentration analysis. Qualifications: AA degree or higher in a scientific discipline Satisfactory performance, demonstrated skill and completion of required training will determine eligibility for advancement from current level. Basic computer skills. Ability to read and interpret documents such as study schedules, SOP's etc. Basic math skills. Continual GLP training. Responsible to ensure training records for pharmacy laboratory procedures and equipment are complete and accurate. Solid reasoning ability. Ability to operate laboratory equipment. Ability to work with a diverse group of people in a fast paced environment. Ability to work cross functionally on process improvements. Demonstrated attention to detail. Ability to multi-task and maintain organization in a fast paced, changing environment. Ability to manage change. Readily adapts to new projects. Positive attitude toward work and co-workers. Be comfortable communicating with all levels of management and employees. Able to identify and resolve problems as they are encountered. Ability to lift up to 25 pounds 0-1 years in a regulated environment. Equivalent combination of education and work experience may substitute for education requirement. Apply Here PI96045566