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Client Relations Coordinator - Research Grade Nucleic Acids

Job Location
Fargo, ND 58104
United States
Job Description

We are currently seeking a Client Relations Coordinator for Research Grade pDNA and mRNA to join our team! The CR Coordinator acts as a liaison between the Production/QC teams and the client for the purposes of troubleshooting issues, as well as keeping clients updated on the status of their order(s). This role manages established clients and project for Research Grade plasmid DNA and mRNA manufacturing.

About the Role:

  • Effectively captures decisions, actions and outcomes from internal/client interactions with appropriate and timely follow up
  • Responsible for the upkeep and organization of data in the Aldevron Database and NetSuite
  • Ensures that sales orders are set up correctly and ready to be integrated
  • Confirms order set up in the Database is consistent and accurate
  • Acts as an internal liaison between production/QC and the rest of the Client Relations team

About You:

  • Previous experience in a client facing role and GMP knowledge
  • Minimum B.S. in a scientific degree required
  • Excellent written and oral communication 

Why Join Aldevron? 

  • You want meaningful work.  We are in a landmark moment in the history of life science, and Aldevron is at the center of it.  
  • You want to plant your career in a growing company.  We are growing fast.  We have limitless opportunities for people who are ready to roll up their sleeves and jump in. 
  • You are excited to learn every day.  At Aldevron, no day is the same.  Our team comes to work ready to learn and overcome new challenges with teamwork and a passion to make lives better.   

Your talents, ideas, and passion are essential to our success.  Join us today! 

How to Apply

For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.

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