This position is project-based and will terminate three months after the start date. Compile and distribute daily clips for the Foundation, including news stories about the Foundation, President Clinton, Chelsea Clinton and issues relevant to the Foundations work.
In this role, you will be responsible for coordinating recruitment and follow-up, managing daily operations, serving as a liaison/resource to the local and out of state project teams/individuals, initiates monthly conference calls, monitors project compliance, training,budgeting, prepares grant-related reports and maintains local irb requirements.
The position performs manufacturing of commercial and clinical conjugate related products. Primary duties include performing all required complex manufacturing activities including production, investigation, equipment validation, writing SOPs, in compliance with company policy and regulations.
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