The Lead Biologist is responsible for producing complex bacterial products and fulfilling production orders to maintain the inventory of materials based on forecasted needs. Taking a lead role, they participate and coordinate the work of others that manufacture products and ensure established protocols are followed and documented according to published SOPs in a manner that meets production schedules. The Lead Biologist will also act as a subject matter expert and will provide guidance to less experienced biologists, assist the supervisor in administrative duties and be able to attend certain meetings as a representative of the supervisor as necessary.
The Lead Biologist determines methods for monitoring laboratory supplies, equipment, and cleanliness. They handle complex issues where analysis of data requires the evaluation of a variety of factors. The Lead Biologist resolves a wide range of issues in creative and effective ways. They exercise judgment in selecting methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria for obtaining solutions.
Our ideal candidate will have the ability to handle multiple tasks and responsibilities of an advanced nature, simultaneously with attention to detail while maintaining accurate records. In addition, the following experience is highly preferred:
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