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BioAnalytical Analyst II

Job Location
Indianapolis, IN
Job Description

Covance is currently seeking an Analyst II for the BioAnalytical Department at the Indianapolis, IN site.

As an Analyst II you will:
- Conduct routine analyses in compliance with applicable methods, protocols, SOPs, and regulatory agency guidelines.
- Document work properly; maintain study documentation and laboratory records.
- Operate laboratory equipment appropriate for assigned tasks.
- Provide input and participates in project meetings.
- Perform QC review of data.
- Recognize deviations from normal results and informs Study Director, Principal Investigator and/or management of any problems and/or deviations that may affect the integrity of the data.
- Plan assigned workload on a daily basis and effectively schedules multiple assignments.
- Learn to identify problems, determine appropriate actions and implement solutions with support as appropriate.
- Able to adapt techniques to new procedures or particular needs as directed.
- Contribute to a cohesive team environment.
- Plan individual workload in coordination with team members.
- May train and instruct less experienced staff.
- Participate in process improvement initiatives.
- Maintain a clean and safe laboratory work environment.
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
- Interact with internal clients.

- Bachelor of Science/Arts (BS/BA) degree in chemistry or related scientific field.
- Experience may be substituted for education.
- Familiar with the use of standard laboratory equipment.
- Experience with analytical instrumentation is desired.
- Basic knowledge of computers and software programs.
Experience - Minimum 6 months related experience.
EEO Employer Covance is committed to diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer (Minority/Female/Individual with Disability/Veteran). Your confidentiality and privacy are important to us.

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