Process Development Scientist
October 10, 2021
The Process Development Scientist is involved in the development and optimization of processes to facilitate manufacturing and client requirements. The individual should display strong scientific knowledge and understanding of cell and virus culture, purification and aseptic technique. The individual will provide scientific and technical contributions in a team atmosphere working cross functionally with internal departments and external clients.
This position is located in the Bryan-College Station area. The expectation is to be on site five business days a work or as required.
Execute experimental protocols in a team environment.
Author or assist in authoring and revision of: SOPs, batch records, data presentations, study design and protocols.
Collaborate with Analytical Development, Quality functions, manufacturing and other departments as required.
Provide feedback to leadership on the set up, execution and analysis of experimental protocols and technical reports.
Operate and maintain a variety of both small- and large-scale lab equipment including but not limited to: automated cell counters, bio-analyzers, microscopes, pumps, bioreactors, scales, tubing welders/sealers and pH/conductivity meters.
Maintain lab cleaning procedures to ensure a state of control.
Maintain good communication across the team and to leadership
Perform other duties as required.
Bachelor’s degree minimum in a scientific discipline e.g., Biology, biochemistry, Virology, etc.
Previous experience in a cGMP and/or FDA-regulated environment, preferably in the pharmaceutical, biotech, or medical device industry is preferred.