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Scientist, Flow Cytometry Testing

Science and Research



Carlsbad, California, United States

1 in 5 men and 1 in 6 women worldwide develop cancer during their lifetime, and far too many will lose their battle. At Navigate we envision a disease-free world – our talented and passionate team is at the forefront of enabling drug development by using transformative science to deliver high quality, world class clinical biomarker solutions so we can one day realize that vision. Join us on our journey to turning innovative treatment ideas into reality to improve and extend patient lives across the globe. Navigate Biopharma, a fully owned subsidiary of Novartis, provides assay development, clinical trial testing, and companion diagnostics services to companies in the precision medicine field. At present, Navigate supports 100+ clinical trials from 30+ pharma, biotech, and diagnostic companies, including 8 of the top 15 oncology companies globally.<br> <br>As a Scientist, you will be analyzing and reviewing accuracy of patient flow cytometry data and reporting patient data via regulated systems, testing of clinical specimens in a GMP/GCP/GLP/CLIA regulated environment and is responsible for following all applicable regulations. <br><br>Your responsibilities: (includes, but are not limited to)<br><br>• Works in a GMP/GCP/GLP/CLIA regulated environment and is responsible for following all<br> applicable regulations<br>• Manage & execute laboratory research and testing of clinical specimens in timely manner<br>• Independently prioritize multiple projects and work load with minimal supervision<br>• Train and assist new staff with technical and operational procedures<br>• Participate on cross functional teams and projects<br>• Design, create, execute, and troubleshoot new procedures and assays<br>• Ensuring that quality events such as incidents and deviations are proper documented, and <br> supporting/owning the immediate remediation and preventative actions<br>• Ensuring change requests are properly initiated, completed, and approved prior to the use of <br> the assay, system, instrument, software, etc. being changed<br>• Maintaining up-to-date training records and ensuring training is complete prior to performing<br> specific job functions<br>• Following approved and effective procedures to perform specific job functions, and ensuring<br> procedures accurately reflect activities being performed<br>• Responsible for writing and reviewing technical documents.<br>• Analyze complex data of given assignments and deliver them on time<br><br>This position will be located at the Carlsbad, CA site and will not have the ability to be located remotely. This position will require 0% travel as defined by the business (domestic and/ or international).<br><br>[#video#{#400,300#}#/video#]