Quality Control Analyst I

Integrated DNA Technologies
Job Location
Coralville, IA 52241
Job Description

The Quality Control Analyst I ensures the quality of processes and products in support of all manufacturing areas within Integrated DNA Technologies.

Essential Functions:

  • Analyzes data and information for quality, consistency, and accuracy
  • Uses a variety of analytical and sample handling equipment
  • Maintains accurate and detailed sample, product and instrument records
  • Contributes to and supports an efficient manufacturing environment
  • Complies with the requirements for an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 environment
  • Understands and performs necessary emergency, safety and cleaning procedures
  • Handles sample and reagent preparations (carefully and accurately) for analytical and functional assays
  • Demonstrates behavior consistent with the Integrated DNA Technologies Core Values
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Department Functions:

  • Determines pass/fail status of oligos by reviewing analytical data (Mass Spec, CE, HPLC)
  • Disinfects plates and mat caps for re-use by synthesis groups
  • Disposes of waste in proper manner


  • Bachelor's degree in a science related field or Associate's degree with 2 years relevant experience required

Professional Experience:

  • Analytical instrumentation experience preferred
  • Proficient with computers and variety of software in windows-based environment required

Other Job Qualifications

  • Skill of attention to detail
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to work as a team
  • Ability to be flexible and adapt to change
  • Knowledge of current relevant technological advancements


Integrated DNA Technologies is an equal employment and affirmative action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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