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Automation Process Engineer

GenScript USA Inc.
Job Location
860 Centennial Ave
Piscataway, NJ 08854-6463
United States
$75,000 - $100,000
Job Description

Job scope:

We are looking for a principal automated production engineer to lead developing and implementing our new automated gene synthesis & plasmid prep platform and support the key molecular biology reagent production needs


Key Responsibilities

  • Provide automation Subject Matter Expert support to U.S. Molecular Biology production team for operation of laboratory automated equipment
  • Lead reagent services laboratory automation projects
  • Supervise ongoing operations through technical assistance as it relates to automation platforms
  • Act as Engineering Lead for tech transfer of new processes into the facility. 
  • Optimize the workflow of automated gene synthesis process
  • Comply with the correct procedures, policies, and health and safety regulations
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About Our Organization

GenScript Biotech Corporation is the world leader in biotechnology reagent service industry, as well as an open platform for pre-clinical drug discovery and pharmaceutical development, located in Piscataway, New Jersey. We are driven by innovative technologies. As a public company (HK Stock:01548), our mission is to make human and nature healthier through biotechnology. Established in 2002, we have built our commercial and production centers in New Jersey, United States and Nanjing, China. There are also branches in Ireland, Netherlands, and Japan. We have been serving more than 100 countries and 300,000+ customers around the world for more than 18 years. For more details, welcome to visit our website

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