Quality Control Analyst

Job Location
South San Francisco, CA
Job Description

Fluidigm is looking for a motivated Quality Control Production Team Member to help perform QC testing of raw materials and reagents for release, stability, in-process reagent and Assay testing. Participate in the development and testing of new QC procedures. 

You Are: 
- Intrigued by the idea of building a creative brand identity in biotech 
- Self-motivated and self-sufficient performer 
- Strong communicator, able to work at a fast pace, and have strong attention to detail 
- Strong written and oral skills 

You Will: 
- QC incoming raw materials, in-process testing, and final QC of oligio based products. Analyze data and complete testing reports 
- Work with R&D and Technical Support to transfer new products into Reagent Manufacturing and/or the Assay Design Group 
- Assist in the development of QC procedures, create and maintain QC documentation for new and existing products, processes, and equipment 
- Responsible for equipment calibration tracking 
- Assist manufacturing with filling/packaging events as requested 
- Enjoy a highly competitive compensation package, including better-than-average benefits and growth opportunities, as well as a dynamic and rewarding company culture 
- Have fun, be fully engaged and promise to have a life beyond “work”


You Have: 
- Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Chemistry, or related field 
- 2 years in Biotech, Medical device, or Pharmaceutical industry 
- Previous work in QC role 
- Must have significant experience in PCR and other Molecular Biology techniques 
- Strong verbal and written communication skills 
- Superb time management skills 

We Will: 
- Support you in your ongoing development and contribution both as an employee and a person 
- Value your contribution and enlist your feedback 
- Host excellent company-wide events multiple times a year 

Offer onsite yoga classes, massages, randomly free and good food, friendly greetings, gym equipment and, seriously, a lot more 

Fluidigm is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, or national origin.

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