Production Scientist

Lucigen Corporation
Job Location
Middleton, WI
Commensurate upon experience.

Lucigen offers competitive salaries and benefits. For more information, see

Job Description

The Production Scientist is responsible for the performance of a variety of laboratory tasks associated with the manufacture of cells, enzymes, vectors, and associated reagents that are used by life science researchers worldwide. Other responsibilities include:

  • Follow established manufacturing and development procedures and for assisting in the development and documentation of new and scaled up production processes.
  • Initiate and complete routine procedures, troubleshoot scientific problems, and interpret outcome of experiments in an independent and efficient manner.
  • Comply with applicable regulations in areas such as ISO 13485, EPA, and OSHA.
  • Manufacture cells, enzymes, vectors, and other reagents.
  • Perform quality testing according to procedures, analyze data, document, and track results to ensure consistent product quality.
  • Write and revise SOPs, BHR’s and other company documentation to ensure they are accurate and current. 

This position requires an Associate’s degree in biotechnology or related field. Additional requirements include:

  • Experience in standard laboratory techniques.
  • Professional training courses or previous experience in ISO or cGMP Quality Systems are a plus.
  • Strong communication and PC skills (proficiency in MS Office products and spreadsheet experience) required.
  • Must work well within a fast-paced, dynamic, and team-oriented small company environment.
  • Must work well independently as well as with a group.
  • Must possess excellent organizational, interpersonal, and problem solving skills.
How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit their resume to [email protected] with "Production Scientist" in the subject line.

About Our Organization

Lucigen is a growing company with a fast-paced environment that encourages innovation and creativity. Lucigen occupies a well-equipped, modern facility. Lucigen is an equal opportunity employer. For more information, see

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