• Research Asst II BioA

    Job Location(s) US-IN-Indianapolis
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    Scientific Entry Level
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  • Job Overview

    • Organizes and conducts routine analyses in compliance with applicable methods, protocols, SOPs, and regulatory agency guidelines.
    • Maintains study documentation and laboratory records.
    • Sets up, operates and performs routine and non-routine maintenance on general equipment.
    • Provides input and participates in project meetings, plans, monitors and guides project work.
    • Performs quality control review of data.
    • Informs Study Director, Principal Investigator and/or management of any problems and/or deviations that may affect integrity of the data; participates in corrective action of problems.
    • Contributes towards a cohesive team environment.
    • Assists in setting up and performing method development and validation of various analytes in a variety of matrices.
    • Maintains a clean and safe laboratory work environment.
    • Trains and assists less experienced staff.
    • Participates in process improvement initiatives.
    • Participates in client visits as needed.
    • Evaluates data for report preparation and experiment modification as directed.
    • Plans individual workload in coordination with team members.
    • Assists in writing text for reports, methods or protocols.
    • Performs other related duties as assigned


    • Bachelor of Science/Arts (BS/BA) degree in chemistry or related scientific field
    • Relevant Bioanalytical experience may be substituted for education
    • Ability to perform basic computer skills (e.g., Word, Excel).


    • 1- 2 years related or relevant laboratory experience required with a BS/BA degree
    • Familiar with the use of standard laboratory equipment (e.g., balances, pipettes, centrifuges).
    • Experience with analytical instrumentation is desired.
    • Independently conduct tests for chemistry projects and provide initial analysis of results, asking questions as needed.
    • Acts as a technical resource for the department (trouble shooting, method development, qualification, maintenance and training) with guidance as needed.
    • Maintains and operates laboratory equipment, including independent problem identification and resolution.
    • Evaluates data for incorporation into written reports.
    • Completes project assignments on time with supervision.
    • Knowledgeable on a variety of study types, analysis procedures and methodology.
    • Able to effectively communicate, both verbally and in writing.


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