QUALITY CONTROL ANALYST I

Organization
Enzymatics - A QIAGEN Company
Job Location
Beverly, MA 01915
Job Description

 

Quality Control Analyst establishes initiates and implements programs focused on Enzyme testing and performs assays on products to ensure product quality standards are met.  

 

  • Ability to assess protein functionality and assign specific activity 
  • Independently manage schedule and multitask on high priority projects 
  • Independently compile, analyze and report  assay data and make recommendations to Management 
  • Work with internal teams to develop and transfer assay protocols 
  • Participate in continuous improvement activities 
  • Represent QC on R&D and Applications teams by attending project meetings and communicating information to management 
  • Adhere to and perform assays for product qualification with a high degree of accuracy 
  • Work with team members on projects as determined by QC Management 
  • Ability to adapt to a fast paced quality control process by organizing and prioritizing responsibilities 
  • Provide assay training and mentoring to technologists 
  • Assist with new assay development and identification of updated equipment and assays 
  • Participate in 6S compliance 
  • Perform additional duties as assigned 

     

Requirements

Position Requirements 

  • Bachelor's degree (B.A. or  B.S.) from a four year College or University in Biology or Biochemistry or equivalent experience. 
  • 5-7 years molecular laboratory experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience 
  • Strong Molecular Biology applications experience and training  

     

Personal Requirements 

  • Drive and determination 
  • Demonstrated Scientific “problem solving” skills 
  • Positive external and internal relationship management skills 
  • Ability to participate and cooperate with others in product development teams to ensure that demanding and difficult projects are handled smoothly and cooperatively to enhance success of project and maintain strong relationships within all parts of company 
  • Strong written, communication and presentation skills 
  • Proven ability to thrive in a fast-paced/change oriented environment 
  • Self-Starter  
  • Driven to perform 
  • Self-directed: needs little explicit direction 
  • Able to organize and prioritize a diverse set of responsibilities to ensure that focus on growth and success of company is achieved 
  • Proven coaching, mentoring and team-building skills 

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