Scientist I

Scientist I


Job ID: 9460750

Barceloneta, PR, US

Scientific

Bachelors Degree

Full Time, Temporary

Experienced (Non-Manager)

On-site

Biotechnology/Pharmaceuticals

First Shift (Day)

Barceloneta, PR, US

Experienced (Non-Manager)

Full Time, Temporary

Biotechnology/Pharmaceuticals

On-site

Scientific

Bachelors Degree

First Shift (Day)

Job details

Kelly® Science & Clinical is seeking Scientist I   for contract position at Pharmaceutical client in Puerto Rico North area.
Responsibilities:
• Independently design, execute and interpret critical experiments to answer scientific questions for manufacturing technical evaluation, new product introduction, or continuous process improvement initiatives. Understand the broad objectives of the project as well as their role in achieving those objectives, and modify experimental plan when required, to respond.
• Act as process SME for designated area of biologics manufacturing for the technical center. Interprets problems and either creates or modifies design solutions. Reviews existing layouts and standards and creates a proposed design. Applies standard engineering principles and methodologies to interpret, draw conclusions and recommend solutions for problems considering a broad range of factors. Improves methods/designs/processes. Recognizes and implements innovations and cost reductions.
• Routinely read and apply relevant scientific literature. Impact projects mostly through lab and/or site activities where applicable.
• Contribute to writing and conceptual framework of technical protocols, reports, publications and presentations. Conveys information effectively through verbal, written, and presentations to stakeholders and team members, both internal and external to Customer, using appropriate communication protocols. Identifies ways to increase customer satisfaction. Documents agreements and commitments and keeps direct customers informed throughout the project or initiative.
• Innovate and implement new experimental protocols. Plans and conducts small-sized assigned projects within engineering specialty requiring conventional types of plans, investigations, and/or equipment. Implements plans; initiates execution of own work plan; monitors executions for adherence to plan, e.g. documents work status and reports to management with appropriate frequency. Coordinates with technical support personnel to conduct prototype or experimental runs of products or processes
• Demonstrate a high level of proficiency in his/her field. Keep aware of the changing technical and competitive environment as it relates to the business and share with co-workers. Participates and/or assists other engineers in the design of products/processes/equipment/systems/ facilities by applying standard engineering theories, concepts, and techniques within the discipline. Investigates, conducts tests, gathers data, performs preliminary analysis, report findings, and prepares and communicates recommendations and respective action plans.
• Learn, understand, and master new experimental techniques, and act as a resource or mentor for others.
• Set and meet experimental timelines. Implements plans; initiates execution of own work plan; monitors executions for adherence to plan, e.g. documents work status and reports to management with appropriate frequency. Coordinates with technical support personnel to conduct prototype or experimental runs of products or processes.

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in Science, preferably Bio-Chemistry or Chemical Engineering with 5 years of experience in a related field; or Master’s Degree in Science, preferably Chemistry, Bio-Chemistry or Chemical Engineering with 2 years of experience in related field
• The selected candidate must have experience in biologics manufacturing, especially with experience in quality systems (being able to own or assess the impact for change plans/change control), and product transfer.
• Must have experience in Tech Transfer and Process Support for biologics manufacturing.
• Must have the ability and experience to author technical protocols and reports
• Experience in areas of supplier/commodity changes or compounding/filling is preferable.
• Must demonstrate the ability to manage multiple priorities and comply with deadlines.
• Maintains their certifications as needed for assigned job tasks.
• Demonstrates strong analytical skills and logical thought processes.
• Ability to quickly gain knowledge, understanding, or skill and willingly absorb and comprehend Customer processes, policies, and methods. Possess good human relation skills in both implementing and coordinating efforts involved across several disciplines.
• Interacts well with diverse groups within engineering and maintains strong working relationship with internal and external collaborators.
• Listens to and understands others’ points of view and articulates tactfully and respectfully one’s own perspective orally, in writing, and in presentations.
• Ability to recognize risks versus the relative gains associated with actions.

What happens next: 
 Once you apply, you’ll proceed to next steps if your skills and experience look like a good fit. But don’t worry – even if this position doesn’t work out, you’re still in our network. That means our team of expert Science & Clinical recruiters will have access to your profile, making your opportunities limitless.
 

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