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Clinical Laboratory Manager

Organization
PerkinElmer
Job Location
Sollentuna
191 38 Sollentuna
Sweden
Benefits
  • Fascinating field of expertise
  • Development opportunities
  • Positive and inspiring workplace with great co-workers
  • Truly international working environment 
Job Description
  • Contributing to building a new service laboratory, incl. ensuring local, regional, and global standards and regulations are followed
  • Managing daily operations of a high throughput laboratory
  • Reporting, process development, budgeting
  • Coaching and mentoring staff
  • Bench work as required, incl. shift work
Requirements
  • MSc, or PhD with minimum of 6+ years of clinical experience with various molecular techniques in a commercial, academic, or government laboratory
  • Experience with nucleic acid–based assay development, process development, project management, vendor management and collaborative research
  • Quality Assurance and Quality Control applications in clinical diagnostics
  • Independent, creative, service-oriented, with excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
  • Practical knowledge of routine laboratory equipment and procedures, ability to troubleshoot technical applications
  • Experience with LIMS and laboratory automation highly desired
  • Practical experience with clinical laboratory practices and protocols is a definite plus
How to Apply

Could this be your next step? If you feel you have the necessary skills and can see yourself as a part of our dedicated team of professionals, please apply via the link below as soon as possible, latest by November 4th.

https://jobs.perkinelmer.com/job/stockholm/clinical-laboratory-manager/20539/13647494

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