Validation Scientist-Clinical Diagnostics

Date Posted: Wednesday, September 13, 2006

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In this role, you will be working in a team of scientists within Agilent Technologies Life Science and Chemical Analysis' Clinical Diagnostics Group. The team of Scientists is dedicated to generating verification and validation data for the clinical products within the Agilent product pipeline.

Key responsibilities include helping design and execute experiments, across product platforms, creating and implementing standard operating protocols for good laboratory practice, and helping analyze and organize results required for the regulatory submission process. In addition, this individual will also be a key contributor in project teams requiring coordination with other functions and responsible for solving a broad range of problems varying in scope and complexity.

Qualifications:
BS/MS in one of the following degree programs: Clinical Chemistry, Clinical Laboratory Science or Medical Laboratory Technology. -Clinical Laboratory experience an absolute requirement: Candidate must either possess licensure as a clinical chemist, clinical laboratory scientist, medical laboratory technician or illustrate proficiency necessary to sit for such licensure -Familiarity with complex instrumentation and computer programs highly desired -Ability to work independently within a team environment -Possess excellent communications and time management skills -Be detail oriented with ability to keep meticulous records of work -Comfortable working with complex prototype equipment and multidisciplinary teams

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