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Evening Production Supervisor (Upstream GMP)

Job Location
Fargo, ND 58104
United States

Health, Vision, Dental, Life, 401k w/match, FSA/HSA, PTO

Job Description

We are a rapidly growing company that manufactures biologics (such as Plasmid DNA) to help accelerate scientific research and breakthroughs.  We are seeking a leader to join our team as a Production Supervisor and manage our evening upstream GMP employees and processes.  Qualified candidates will have a minimum of a four-year degree in Biology, Chemistry, or Molecular Biology and at least four years of experience in a regulated biomanufacturing environment. 

About the Role 

  • Spend at least 50% of time within the lab, assisting with standard laboratory functions.   
  • Supervise laboratory staff and manage performance. 
  • Assist with answering laboratory staff's questions on production and processing. 
  • Complete training and job coaching with production staff to help them fulfill and exceed the requirements of their job.  
  • Communicate the status of operations, process issues, and safety and maintenance issues to Management.  

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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