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Pharmaceutical Development Technician, Analytical Research

  • ... New brunswick, New jersey, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 38.47 per month

Pharmaceutical Development Technician, Analytical Research   

JOB TITLE:

Pharmaceutical Development Technician, Analytical Research

JOB TYPE:

Contract

JOB LOCATION:

New brunswick New jersey United States

Yes

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Working with Us

Challenging. Meaningful. Life-changing. Those aren't words that are usually associated with a job. But working at Bristol Myers Squibb is anything but usual. Here, uniquely interesting work happens every day, in every department. From optimizing a production line to the latest breakthroughs in cell therapy, this is work that transforms the lives of patients, and the careers of those who do it. You'll get the chance to grow and thrive through opportunities uncommon in scale and scope, alongside high-achieving teams rich in diversity. Take your career farther than you thought possible.

Bristol Myers Squibb recognizes the importance of balance and flexibility in our work environment. We offer a wide variety of competitive benefits, services and programs that provide our employees with the resources to pursue their goals, both at work and in their personal lives. Read more: careers.bms.com/working-with-us .

__________________________________________________________________________

The following positions will require the employees to work with chemical, radiological, or biological agents that may be hazardous to health if mishandled (including Agents which may potentially affect reproduction or the fetus). Employees will be required to follow all safety procedures and use personal protective clothing/Equipment where specified. Inquires for further information should be directed to the hiring manager.

__________________________________________________________________________

Temporary/Fixed Term Position - Pharmaceutical Development Technician, Analytical Research - 25 - ASO

Shift: 7 AM - 3:30 PM EST or 8 AM - 4:30 PM EST

Site: New Brunswick, NJ

Bldg #105 (excluded)

Rate: $38.47 / hour

Fixed Term: Six Months

The goal of pharmaceutical development within GPS is to develop new drug candidates and the processes to manufacture them into commercial realities. This is achieved by designing and conducting a variety of experimental studies using the latest scientific methods and state of the art equipment and instrumentation. The development process is very dynamic with studies performed in both laboratory and process scale-up facilities. Scientific rigor, timeliness and compliance with all GLP/GMP and federal/state/local regulations are a necessity.

In order for the development process to be successful, there must be excellent collaboration between the professional staff/scientist and union staffs. Often, the professional staff/scientist will need to take a hands-on approach during the course of an experiment as necessary based on sound scientific judgment. Involvement of union staff in the various experimental studies and other processes is determined by the professional staff/scientists on a case-by-case basis because of the non-routine, dynamic nature of the development process.

Work assignments will be based on demonstrated technical competence of the individual technician and the demands of the process. Priorities will be set based on the needs of the GPS business. Both written procedures and verbal instructions by a supervisor will be executed with strict attention to safety and quality. Accurate and timely execution and documentation of activities and results are a requirement. Strict adherence to cGLP/GMP, federal, state and local regulations is required. In order to achieve departmental and company goals, collaborative work with other employees (both professional and union) is a requirement. Evaluation of individual performance as compared to job function and BMS core behaviors will be evaluated throughout the year.

Job Function

  • Carries out assigned laboratory responsibilities which may include performance of a variety of tests or analysis.
  • Assists in development, execution and validation of analytical methods and routine sample analysis under the direct supervision of a professional/scientist or laboratory supervisor.
  • Able to independently perform routine analyses of pharmaceutical development samples. Assignments will be based upon the laboratory supervisor's assessment of technical abilities of the individual technician, project demand for the specific analysis and priorities critical to the business, not based on seniority.
  • Pharmaceutical Development Technicians (PDT) are expected to follow written procedures and/or carry out verbal instructions with appropriate supervision, both independently or as part of a team.
  • Familiarity and demonstrated competency (after training) is required with test equipment that includes but is not limited to the following: high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), gas chromatography (GC), spectrophotometers, IR/Raman spectrometers, fluorimeters, polarimeters, dissolution instruments, volumetric and gravimetric analyzers, balances, pH meters, and other analytical instruments including computers and automated systems. Common equipment, e.g., glassware, spatulas, balances,will be used by technicians and scientists dependent upon their completed training and requirements of the assay as determined by the laboratory supervisor.
  • Laboratory responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: preparation and proper labeling of standards, samples, reagents, including mobile phases for HPLC analysis and dissolution media, sorting glassware for storage or cleaning, collecting waste solvents for disposal, and general laboratory housekeeping. Some projects will require working in high containment areas using established handling procedures. Assignments will be based upon the supervisor's assessment of technical abilities of the individual technician, demand for analysis, and priorities critical to the business, independent of seniority.
  • Laboratory skills training will be implemented to ensure PDT employees receive relevant training to facilitate the performance of their job responsibilities.
  • Interactive training modules (i.e., On-The-Job Training) will be used for training on specific competencies. Competency check(s) after training specific to an area will be conducted to evaluate proficiency of the new skill (or module).
  • If required proficiency is not obtained the interactive learning and testing will be repeated. A pass/repeat summary of all testing on each module will be kept to assess the performance of the module.
  • Pharmaceutical Development Technicians will be required to demonstrate competence after training as assessed by their management.
  • Required refresher training including laboratory safety and compliance must be kept up to date.
  • Responsibilities include maintaining laboratory documentation (e.g., laboratory notebooks, paper or electronic), record/capture raw data, calculate and submit results to their supervisor and maintain/use equipment in strict compliance with safety, GLP, GMP, federal, state, and local regulations.
  • Depending on technical abilities of the individual technician and completed training(s), PDTs may also be expected to perform adjustments and/or minor repairs to instruments and equipment as dictated by instrument Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). PDTs are responsible for reporting to their supervisor on any anomalies or irregularities that may occur during the performance of all assigned assays.


EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS :

  • Two-year Associate Degree in Science related to pharmaceutical development or equivalent.
  • Proficiency in use of computer programs/systems is essential.
  • Technicians must maintain their skills and knowledge to stay current with advances in the field of pharmaceutical development analysis. Pharmaceutical development technicians may attend internal or external training courses as approved by management.


______________________________________________________________________________

If you come across a role that intrigues you but doesn't perfectly line up with your resume, we encourage you to apply anyway. You could be one step away from work that will transform your life and career.

Uniquely Interesting Work, Life-changing Careers

With a single vision as inspiring as Transforming patients' lives through science , every BMS employee plays an integral role in work that goes far beyond ordinary. Each of us is empowered to apply our individual talents and unique perspectives in an inclusive culture, promoting diversity in clinical trials, while our shared values of passion, innovation, urgency, accountability, inclusion and integrity bring out the highest potential of each of our colleagues.

On-site Protocol

Responsibilities

BMS has a diverse occupancy structure that determines where an employee is required to conduct their work. This structure includes site-essential, site-by-design, field-based and remote-by-design jobs. The occupancy type that you are assigned is determined by the nature and responsibilities of your role:

Site-essential roles require 100% of shifts onsite at your assigned facility. Site-by-design roles may be eligible for a hybrid work model with at least 50% onsite at your assigned facility. For these roles, onsite presence is considered an essential job function and is critical to collaboration, innovation, productivity, and a positive Company culture. For field-based and remote-by-design roles the ability to physically travel to visit customers, patients or business partners and to attend meetings on behalf of BMS as directed is an essential job function.

BMS is dedicated to ensuring that people with disabilities can excel through a transparent recruitment process, reasonable workplace accommodations/adjustments and ongoing support in their roles. Applicants can request a reasonable workplace accommodation/adjustment prior to accepting a job offer. If you require reasonable accommodations/adjustments in completing this application, or in any part of the recruitment process, direct your inquiries to adastaffingsupport@bms.com . Visit careers.bms.com/ eeo -accessibility to access our complete Equal Employment Opportunity statement.

BMS cares about your well-being and the well-being of our staff, customers, patients, and communities. As a result, the Company strongly recommends that all employees be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 and keep up to date with Covid-19 boosters.

BMS will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records, pursuant to applicable laws in your area.

Any data processed in connection with role applications will be treated in accordance with applicable data privacy policies and regulations.

Position Details

POSTED:

May 26, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

38.47 per month

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1717187297-69280c1538750ebc85e19c68e4c70965

LOCATION:

New jersey United States

CITY:

New brunswick

Job Origin:

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Working with Us

Challenging. Meaningful. Life-changing. Those aren't words that are usually associated with a job. But working at Bristol Myers Squibb is anything but usual. Here, uniquely interesting work happens every day, in every department. From optimizing a production line to the latest breakthroughs in cell therapy, this is work that transforms the lives of patients, and the careers of those who do it. You'll get the chance to grow and thrive through opportunities uncommon in scale and scope, alongside high-achieving teams rich in diversity. Take your career farther than you thought possible.

Bristol Myers Squibb recognizes the importance of balance and flexibility in our work environment. We offer a wide variety of competitive benefits, services and programs that provide our employees with the resources to pursue their goals, both at work and in their personal lives. Read more: careers.bms.com/working-with-us .

__________________________________________________________________________

The following positions will require the employees to work with chemical, radiological, or biological agents that may be hazardous to health if mishandled (including Agents which may potentially affect reproduction or the fetus). Employees will be required to follow all safety procedures and use personal protective clothing/Equipment where specified. Inquires for further information should be directed to the hiring manager.

__________________________________________________________________________

Temporary/Fixed Term Position - Pharmaceutical Development Technician, Analytical Research - 25 - ASO

Shift: 7 AM - 3:30 PM EST or 8 AM - 4:30 PM EST

Site: New Brunswick, NJ

Bldg #105 (excluded)

Rate: $38.47 / hour

Fixed Term: Six Months

The goal of pharmaceutical development within GPS is to develop new drug candidates and the processes to manufacture them into commercial realities. This is achieved by designing and conducting a variety of experimental studies using the latest scientific methods and state of the art equipment and instrumentation. The development process is very dynamic with studies performed in both laboratory and process scale-up facilities. Scientific rigor, timeliness and compliance with all GLP/GMP and federal/state/local regulations are a necessity.

In order for the development process to be successful, there must be excellent collaboration between the professional staff/scientist and union staffs. Often, the professional staff/scientist will need to take a hands-on approach during the course of an experiment as necessary based on sound scientific judgment. Involvement of union staff in the various experimental studies and other processes is determined by the professional staff/scientists on a case-by-case basis because of the non-routine, dynamic nature of the development process.

Work assignments will be based on demonstrated technical competence of the individual technician and the demands of the process. Priorities will be set based on the needs of the GPS business. Both written procedures and verbal instructions by a supervisor will be executed with strict attention to safety and quality. Accurate and timely execution and documentation of activities and results are a requirement. Strict adherence to cGLP/GMP, federal, state and local regulations is required. In order to achieve departmental and company goals, collaborative work with other employees (both professional and union) is a requirement. Evaluation of individual performance as compared to job function and BMS core behaviors will be evaluated throughout the year.

Job Function

  • Carries out assigned laboratory responsibilities which may include performance of a variety of tests or analysis.
  • Assists in development, execution and validation of analytical methods and routine sample analysis under the direct supervision of a professional/scientist or laboratory supervisor.
  • Able to independently perform routine analyses of pharmaceutical development samples. Assignments will be based upon the laboratory supervisor's assessment of technical abilities of the individual technician, project demand for the specific analysis and priorities critical to the business, not based on seniority.
  • Pharmaceutical Development Technicians (PDT) are expected to follow written procedures and/or carry out verbal instructions with appropriate supervision, both independently or as part of a team.
  • Familiarity and demonstrated competency (after training) is required with test equipment that includes but is not limited to the following: high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), gas chromatography (GC), spectrophotometers, IR/Raman spectrometers, fluorimeters, polarimeters, dissolution instruments, volumetric and gravimetric analyzers, balances, pH meters, and other analytical instruments including computers and automated systems. Common equipment, e.g., glassware, spatulas, balances,will be used by technicians and scientists dependent upon their completed training and requirements of the assay as determined by the laboratory supervisor.
  • Laboratory responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: preparation and proper labeling of standards, samples, reagents, including mobile phases for HPLC analysis and dissolution media, sorting glassware for storage or cleaning, collecting waste solvents for disposal, and general laboratory housekeeping. Some projects will require working in high containment areas using established handling procedures. Assignments will be based upon the supervisor's assessment of technical abilities of the individual technician, demand for analysis, and priorities critical to the business, independent of seniority.
  • Laboratory skills training will be implemented to ensure PDT employees receive relevant training to facilitate the performance of their job responsibilities.
  • Interactive training modules (i.e., On-The-Job Training) will be used for training on specific competencies. Competency check(s) after training specific to an area will be conducted to evaluate proficiency of the new skill (or module).
  • If required proficiency is not obtained the interactive learning and testing will be repeated. A pass/repeat summary of all testing on each module will be kept to assess the performance of the module.
  • Pharmaceutical Development Technicians will be required to demonstrate competence after training as assessed by their management.
  • Required refresher training including laboratory safety and compliance must be kept up to date.
  • Responsibilities include maintaining laboratory documentation (e.g., laboratory notebooks, paper or electronic), record/capture raw data, calculate and submit results to their supervisor and maintain/use equipment in strict compliance with safety, GLP, GMP, federal, state, and local regulations.
  • Depending on technical abilities of the individual technician and completed training(s), PDTs may also be expected to perform adjustments and/or minor repairs to instruments and equipment as dictated by instrument Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). PDTs are responsible for reporting to their supervisor on any anomalies or irregularities that may occur during the performance of all assigned assays.


EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS :

  • Two-year Associate Degree in Science related to pharmaceutical development or equivalent.
  • Proficiency in use of computer programs/systems is essential.
  • Technicians must maintain their skills and knowledge to stay current with advances in the field of pharmaceutical development analysis. Pharmaceutical development technicians may attend internal or external training courses as approved by management.


______________________________________________________________________________

If you come across a role that intrigues you but doesn't perfectly line up with your resume, we encourage you to apply anyway. You could be one step away from work that will transform your life and career.

Uniquely Interesting Work, Life-changing Careers

With a single vision as inspiring as Transforming patients' lives through science , every BMS employee plays an integral role in work that goes far beyond ordinary. Each of us is empowered to apply our individual talents and unique perspectives in an inclusive culture, promoting diversity in clinical trials, while our shared values of passion, innovation, urgency, accountability, inclusion and integrity bring out the highest potential of each of our colleagues.

On-site Protocol

Responsibilities

BMS has a diverse occupancy structure that determines where an employee is required to conduct their work. This structure includes site-essential, site-by-design, field-based and remote-by-design jobs. The occupancy type that you are assigned is determined by the nature and responsibilities of your role:

Site-essential roles require 100% of shifts onsite at your assigned facility. Site-by-design roles may be eligible for a hybrid work model with at least 50% onsite at your assigned facility. For these roles, onsite presence is considered an essential job function and is critical to collaboration, innovation, productivity, and a positive Company culture. For field-based and remote-by-design roles the ability to physically travel to visit customers, patients or business partners and to attend meetings on behalf of BMS as directed is an essential job function.

BMS is dedicated to ensuring that people with disabilities can excel through a transparent recruitment process, reasonable workplace accommodations/adjustments and ongoing support in their roles. Applicants can request a reasonable workplace accommodation/adjustment prior to accepting a job offer. If you require reasonable accommodations/adjustments in completing this application, or in any part of the recruitment process, direct your inquiries to adastaffingsupport@bms.com . Visit careers.bms.com/ eeo -accessibility to access our complete Equal Employment Opportunity statement.

BMS cares about your well-being and the well-being of our staff, customers, patients, and communities. As a result, the Company strongly recommends that all employees be fully vaccinated for Covid-19 and keep up to date with Covid-19 boosters.

BMS will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records, pursuant to applicable laws in your area.

Any data processed in connection with role applications will be treated in accordance with applicable data privacy policies and regulations.

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