Quality Control Analyst II

Job Location
Fargo, ND 58104
Not Specified

Health, Vision, Dental, Life, Long and Short Term Disability, 401k w/match, FSA/HSA, PTO

Job Description

We are seeking a Quality Control Analyst  to join our team to support GMP projects in a laboratory setting.  As a QC Analyst II, you are detail-oriented, enjoy working with others, and know how to manage time and tasks effectively in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.  You are driven by your sense of integrity.  You have experience working in a laboratory environment, strong analytical skills, and a passion for science. This position is based at our Fargo, ND location.

 About the Role:

As a QC Analyst II, you will act as a primary analyst for our GMP projects, supporting the manufacturing, validation, process development and stability functions by testing, sampling, and completing documentation. You will perform various advanced assays requiring advanced precise analytical skills.  You will gather data and document test results, compare test results against control limits, and initiate investigations, root cause analysis, or CAPA related activities.

About You:

  • At least one year's worth of experience working in a lab
  • Able to maintain focus in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong sense of integrity
  • Attention to detail
  • Demonstrates initiative
  • Ability to follow written and/or verbal procedures and directions


Bachelor's degree in a science related field preferred

Who is Aldevron?

Aldevron is a leader in advancing biological science. Our custom development and manufacturing services provide scientists around the world with the essential components to accelerate research and open up their laboratories for groundbreaking science and breakthrough discoveries.

Why choose Aldevron?

We are in a landmark moment in the history of life science, and Aldevron is at the center of it. With our commitment to quality, we provide career opportunities that allow employees to grow and succeed, while helping make everybody's lives better.


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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