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Quality Control Associate I

Organization

Quality Control Associate I

Job Location

10770 Wateridge Circle, Ste 200
San Diego, CA 92121
United States

Job Description

TriLink BioTechnologies is actively responding to the COVID-19 pandemic through vaccine and diagnostic programs.

TriLink BioTechnologies, a Maravai LifeSciences company, is seeking a Quality Control Associate I to join our growing team.   This role is responsible for routine testing of in-process and final products in a quality control laboratory.  This successful candidate will thrive in a flexible fast-paced environment and demonstrated excellent attention to detail.

Responsibilities

  • Bench-top testing of Raw Materials and Finished Products
  • Performs routine to complex laboratory analyses and experiments with supervision
  • Routinely operate HPLC, Mass Spec, bioanalyzer, fluorometer
  • Setup and run of PCR and transcription assays
  • Order buffers
  • Maintain instrument logs
  • Daily and weekly maintenance of instruments per SOP

Qualifications

  • B.S. or advanced degree in chemistry or related science required 
  • 0 - 2 years of relevant experience
  • Strong GMP and GLP background is highly desirable education
  • Familiar with theory and operating principles of HPLC, Mass Spec, bioanalyzer, fluorometer, qPCR, real-time PCR, gels, transcription assays

TriLink BioTechnologies is a rapidly growing biotech firm in San Diego, CA, that offers competitive wages and a full benefits package including medical, dental, vision, LTD, and a retirement plan. 

 

TriLink BioTechnologies is an EEO employer.

 

 

About Our Organization

TriLink BioTechnologies, a Maravai LifeSciences company, offers mRNA and oligo solutions as comprehensive CDMO services and an expansive stocked menu - to accelerate research, diagnostic, and therapeutic applications. TriLink has paved the way with industry-leading technology, consistent high quality, and ready access to expert scientific support. 

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