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The Repository Technician is tasked with performing assigned activities within the repository. They are responsible for maintaining inventory, storage, retrieval, and shipping of biological specimens, samples, and materials to support commercial and government customers.
The Repository Technician requires developing a working knowledge of technical, operative, or administrative methods and practices through intensive on-the-job training. This position follows standard procedures and precautionary measures to work under minimal supervision, communicate effectively, and make sound decisions.
The Lead Biologist is responsible for playing a lead role in the production of biological materials and processes. Taking a lead role, they participate and coordinate in the documentation and assembly of batch records of production orders. They collect and report on data and findings.
The Lead Biologist determines methods for monitoring laboratory supplies, equipment, and cleanliness. They handle complex issues where analysis of data requires evaluation of variable factors. The Lead Biologist resolves a wide range of issues in effective ways. They exercise judgment in selecting methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria for obtaining solutions.
ATCC is seeking a remote Product Manager - Toxicology for the Sales and Marketing department.
The Product Manager - Toxicology is an advanced and knowledgeable technical expert responsible for developing specific marketing plans for products within the organization. They oversee the global management and monitoring of the assigned product line and the financial performance. They develop, monitor, communicate and execute product strategies and all aspects of portfolio management their assigned product lines.
The Product Manager - Toxicology performs analysis needed to target growth opportunities and to develop strategies to capture those opportunities. They work on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors. They exercise judgment in selecting methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria for obtaining results.
The Associate Scientist is responsible for research and development programs to create virology products for life science research and other activities in academic, government, biotech, and pharmaceutical institutions. The Associate Scientist initiates, executes and directs assigned scientific research and troubleshoots research activities identifying and resolving problems of moderate scope.
The Associate Scientist gathers and uses research and evidence to make hypotheses, runs tests, and gains and shares understanding and knowledge. They will work with interdepartmental cross-functional teams as needed on new product development, services, or informatics projects. They provide training and mentorship to biologists and peers for technologies and collaborative projects. The Associate Scientist will use professional concepts and organizational policy and procedure to solve complex problems independently in imaginative and practical ways.
The Associate Scientist role in Virology R&D is a primarily lab-based role responsible for managing the data acquisition and initial analysis of a wide range of virology assays and techniques utilized in the scope of the program needs. These include standard virology assays (TCID50, plaque assays), molecular assays (ddPCR, qPCR), virus quantitation (virus particle counting) and novel viral assays (Real Time Cell Analysis for CPE).
The goal of the Virology program is to develop innovative virology products, targeted to meet the needs of an international customer base of academic scientists, biopharmaceutical clients and contract research organizations.