EAG Laboratories is looking for a Principal Scientist to join our fast growing Biotech team which provides a comprehensive range of biopharmaceutical services from analytical physic-chemical characterization to routine release and stability testing utilizing well-established techniques including HPLC, capillary electrophoresis, light scattering, ELISA, cell bioassays and mass spectrometry.
The Principal Scientist position is an advanced level professional position involved in planning own work and supervising the day-to-day activities in a laboratory setting under prescribed processes (protocols, standard operating procedures, methods, etc.).
- Involved in planning own work and supervising day-to-day activities in the laboratory working under prescribed procedures (protocols, standard operating procedures, methods, etc.).
- Completes complex work for research and development, CGMP and/or GLP studies and documents and reports data in a timely manner according to regulatory guidelines.
- Plans the conduct of a study; monitors study procedures to ensure data accuracy and report quality; conducts complex analysis and experimentation on substances, for purposes such as product and process development and application, quantitative and qualitative analysis and improvement of analytical methodologies.
- Typically serves as technical leader within group and may also be the project leader/study director on complicated projects.
- BS in relevant field such as chemistry, biochemistry, biology, chemical engineering, pharmaceutical sciences, or other directly related field
- 15+ years of post-academic experience with biochemistry methods used in protein and antibody molecules.
- Expertise in performing and interpreting protein characterization techniques such as such as protein chromatography, capillary electrophoresis, IEF.
- Experience working with antibody drug conjugates (ADCs)
- Experience working under GLP (21 CFR Part 58) and/or GMP (21 CFR Part 210 and 211) regulations.
- PhD in relevant field such as chemistry, biochemistry, biology, chemical engineering, pharmaceutical sciences, or other directly related field
- 3+ years of post-academic experience with biochemistry methods used in protein and antibody molecules.