Bioassay Lab Manager

If you have proven experience with immunological methods; learn how you can play a key role as the Bioassay Lab Manager within ICON's Bioanalytical Laboratories which dedicated to providing analytical testing services to meet the research and development challenges of the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry.     About the Bioassay Manager role within ICON:  The Bioassay Lab Manager will be responsible for designing, developing and conducting a variety of cell-basedscreening assays including neutralizing antibody assays. Work closely with customers to assist in the transfer, development and validation of these types of assays in a GxP-compliant manner. Provide technical oversight including atypical results investigations, technology transfer studies, and new method evaluations. The Bioassay Lab Manager will supervise subordinates and interact with a diverse team of scientists. Facilitate a proactive management approach, with open communication lines and ensure good documentation and up to datetraining of the testing laboratory staff.  Benefits of working at ICON: We will provide our Bioassay Lab Manager with the resources to be successful in supporting their line of business. In addition, we offer a strong benefits package that includes a comprehensive health plan, retirement plans, competitive pay, vacation, and an annual incentive plan to reward performance.    To succeed you will need: A Ph.D. and 3-5 years of experience in a regulated laboratory is preferred.  You will need a Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in relevant biological disciplines along with in depth proven (5-7 years) leadership experience.  Requires an understanding of one of more of the following: molecular biology, biochemistry, microbiology, cell biology and/or immunology. Good communication skills are required. Experience with software for data analysis or other statistical analysis software is considered essential.  Excellent oral and written communication skills.  Reference: 047383
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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