PRAHS 2017-41407 in United States
The lab analyst is part of the operational team within the bio analytical or clinical laboratory. The lab analyst ensures the appropriate development, validation and use of analytical methods. Daily tasks may involve maintenance of equipment, calibration, , processing samples and injecting on instruments. The lab analyst is also a part of a team which is responsible for quality control within the laboratory processes and supporting the reporting of data from the studies.
Routine sample processing with different techniques
Interpreting and data processing/reporting results and approve or reject sample analysis
Identifying deviations and performing investigation under supervision of a lab analyst level 3 or higher
Performs (peer) data review for quality control
Has a thorough understanding and complies with GLP and other appropriate regulations
Identifies and reports irregularities identified with any aspects of work
Economically utilizes materials in operation of daily tasks
Ensures on-time task completion to support the overall goal of on-time study completion
Assists in the organization and housekeeping of the laboratory
Training lab analyst level 1 (before a level 1 lab analyst can train, the lab analyst needs to have minimal 1 year experience)
In study planning (daily basis)
Understands the scientific principles behind analysis methods utilized
Read, write and speak fluent English; fluent in host country language required.
Basic laboratory skills
Laboratory education (Minimum Requirement ).
Experience working in a regulated laboratory environment (GxP) handling (biological) samples.
PRA is an EEO/AA employer and is committed to providing opportunities to minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities.
External Company Name: Pharmaceutical Research Associates, Inc
External Company URL: http://prahs.com/