Thermo Fisher Scientific R&D Scientist III - Biochemistry in Canoga Park, California
When you’re part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll do important work, like helping customers in finding cures for cancer, protecting the environment or making sure our food is safe. Your work will have real-world impact, and you’ll be supported in achieving your career goals.
Working within the Research and Development Biochemistry group on new product feasibility, development, data analysis, verification, technology transfer, training, troubleshooting, and improving the existing antibody detection related products, reagents, and processes. Working closely with Operations, Engineering, Quality and R&D for the writing, editing, and producing of protocols, procedures and other relevant technical and functional documentation to support Test Plans, Data Formatting and Reports presented to international regulatory agencies. This person must have excellent research skills, must be able to organize his/her ideas, and be able to translate technical terms into text that any reader can understand.
Working with other scientists on protein detection assay development
Identifying and testing the variables of an experiment
Assisting with project planning, executing, analyzing, and making summary reports
Setting up and working with the Luminex, flow cytometer, and other related instruments
Optimizing and troubleshooting reagents, protocols, and procedures
Statistically analyzing data using Panda, HLA Fusion, Microsoft Excel, macros and other related software.
Presenting data using Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint
Develop high-quality scientific/technical documentation for end users from information and data provided by R&D scientists, operations managers, and other key business team members.
Synthesize and organize the information in a logical and concise way that meets the needs of our target audience (e.g. International Regulatory Agencies)
Proactively solicit information from other experts within the company as needed (e.g., operations, tech support, quality, engineering, and legal).
Attend team meetings and interact with subject experts on a daily basis.
Manage multiple projects with multiple deliverables simultaneously, while working independently and with other members. Deliver under tight deadlines.
Follow all processes, style guides, templates, brand guidelines and terminology in documentation.
Identify and communicate risks to project deadlines in advance.
Solicit and incorporate feedback from internal and external customers to improve document quality.
Work with minimal supervision and manage time effectively.
Promote a collaborative Team environment that fosters creativity, innovation and high performance.
Minimum of 3 years of post-graduate or equivalent independent research/industry with technical writing experience is required
Minimum Education-Bachelor’s degree in the Biological or Chemical Sciences. Master’s Degree is preferred.
Minimum of 5 years working on protein detection assay experience
Thorough understanding of technical/scientific content. Keen attention to detail and high regard for quality.
Knowledge and ability to perform pipetting, molarity calculations, dilution calculations, Microsoft
Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
Must have a positive attitude, reliability, problem-solving skills, integrity and be organized
Ability to work independently, in a group setting, with little direction, and with direct supervision
Must be able to sit or stand for extended periods of time in the lab or in front of a computer
This position must be able to interact respectfully and diplomatically with members of other departments including the research staff, QA, QC, production, shipping, ordering, administration, and all others
Can effectively adapt structure, tone, and style to meet needs of business.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Clear statistical analysis skills to analyze and format data in reports and presentations
Demonstrated knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures within the field of technical writing.
Strong project management and organizational skills.
Possess a continuous process improvement mindset with the ability to effectively lead and manage change.
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