Pfizer Scientist in Pearl River, New York
The individual will develop chromatographic separation or spectroscopic based analytical assays for vaccine or adjuvant candidates, including proteins, conjugates, mRNAs or other products. He/she will contribute to the method qualification design and will execute experiments to qualify and transfer these assays. He/she will also provide routine analysis in support of bioprocess and formulation development.
Provide lab based chromatographic (RP-HPLC, IEX, SEC) assay development and routine analysis support.
Document experiments, analyze data, and provide conclusions obtained from assay development and sample testing experiments contemporaneously in either an electronic or paper notebook.
Aid in the design, planning, and execution of method qualification and method transfer studies and contribute to the data report authorship.
Where applicable, perform job responsibilities in compliance with the GLP testing requirements.
The individual is expected to contribute and participate in general laboratory maintenance activities (e.g. maintenance of equipment, managing laboratory waste, etc.).
BS or MS in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or related discipline with at least at least 6 (BS) or 4 (MS) years of relevant work experience is required.
Previous experience developing and utilizing separation-based analytical techniques (RP-HPLC, IEX, SEC, CE) is essential. Experience with applying these methodologies to biomolecules is strongly preferred. Experience with adjuvant is a plus.
The candidate ideally should be familiar with the general concepts of the ICH guidelines for method qualification and method transfer.
Proficiency with personal computers including word processing, spreadsheets, PowerPoint and relevant scientific software is required.
Strong verbal and written communication skills are required.
Standard laboratory conditions - sitting, standing, primarily lab based
NON-STANDARD WORK SCHEDULE, TRAVEL OR ENVIRONMENT REQUIREMENTS
40 hours per week.
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