Program Scientist, Diagnostic Development
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This professional has in depth technical knowledge in products, processes and technologies associated with in vitro diagnostic devices. Ideal candidates are expected to demonstrate a strong understanding of product development, process development, and technologies associated with lateral flow products with the ability to independently pursue research projects and serve as a Technical Project Leader for R&D.
Role Accountabilities and Responsibilities
- Conducts independent research with limited direction from the supervisor.
- Executes technical work in laboratory, pilot, or manufacturing plant. May receive some support from non-exempt employees.
- Provides technical advice to R&D.
- Collaborates with upstream innovation team on initiatives.
- Provides innovative technology and leadership in solving research problems.
- Trains and helps subordinate staff in developing experimental design, analyzing data and drawing conclusions.
- Analyzes data, provides timely reports, and maintains complete and accurate records of experimental studies.
- Reviews scientific literature to maintain knowledge of new developments in relevant technology.
- Attends meetings/conferences to maintain and enhance knowledge of relevant technology and expand network.
- May supervise employees or temporary employees within group.
Education and Experience
BS, MS, or PhD from an accredited institution in chemistry, biology or closely related disciplines with 10+ years of industrial experience in reagent development, bioconjugation, and assay development in IVD industry.
Skills and Competencies
- Technical and Functional Knowledge
- Must be experienced in Design Control Requirements for Medical Devices
- Must have general knowledge of immunoassay techniques, products, and manufacturing processes
- Must have practical knowledge of bioconjugation, assay development, and product development
- Knowledge of female hormone cycles a plus
- Utilizes experience and creativity to overcome complex technical hurdles.
- Self Management
- Uses sound technical judgment to make decisions and meets the project objectives with guidance from supervisor.
- Plans, designs, and interprets experiments independently with periodic supervisory plan review.
- Interfaces with project management for project timeline / milestone tracking.
- Creativity and Innovation
- Demonstrates ability to innovate in test method and product development
- Ability to propose new innovations for the product line and show proof of principle
- Innovative Problem Solving and Risk Management
- Analyzes results, draws conclusions, and recommends actions.
- Business Acumen
- Solid understanding of competitive environment within medical devices / in vitro diagnostics industry. Getting to know the competition and the impact of strategies and tactics in the marketplace.
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