Position Code: 13-PD-100
Reports To: Director, Library Operations
Department: Library Prep
The Molecular Biologist-Library Support is responsible for performing QC testing of library intermediates, generating data for equipment/process validation and writing/filing validation reports. Additional responsibilities include creation of reagent lots for use in library construction, performing preventative maintenance on automation workstations, assisting Finance with Physical Inventory Counts, inventory tracking/restocking and disposal of waste materials.
- BS in Life Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry). One to two years relevant work experience preferred
- Experience in the use and elementary maintenance of liquid handling automation and in operating analytical instrumentation
- Demonstrated understanding of qPCR techniques and experience performing qPCR analyses preferred
- Familiarity with processes used in molecular biology production environments, including use of SOPs and LIMS
- Excellent analytical and organizational skills, with great attention to detail and record keeping in both lab notebook and electronic documentation
- Experience in writing technical reports and protocols
- Demonstrated proficiency in production of high quality solutions for use in molecular biology processes
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