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Research Associate 1

Randstad Life Sciences
Sunnyvale, CA
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description

Role: Research Associate 1

Duration: 6 Months

Summary
Research Associate l will assist and execute scientific studies performed.  This will include performing clinical observations of animals and the essential duties and responsibilities required by the facility.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Dosing rodents by oral, intraperitoneal, intravenous and intramuscular routes.
  • Performing clinical observations of animals in quarantine and on study.
  • Surgical procedures as well as setting up and taking down for surgery.
  • Necropsy of animals.
  • Collecting data and maintaining accurate and neat study books.
  • Understanding and complying SOPs, GLPs, and other applicable regulations.
  • Some animal husbandry as needed.
  • Performing any other tasks required by the facility, as qualified by training and experience.
  • Working in an efficient and timely manner with minimal supervision.
  • Interacting with clients efficiently and cooperatively.

Supervisory Responsibilities

None

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

BS degree in a scientific field, AALAS certification preferred, or equivalent experience.  Concise written and verbal communication skills including knowledge of scientific vernacular necessary.  Microsoft Word and Excel skills.  Able to work in a fast paced matrix environment.  Must be goal oriented and highly self-motivated. 

Physical Demands

  • Activities may require standing for extended periods

Work Environment

Work is predominantly performed on company site.  Traveling by commercial means or in a personal vehicle may be necessary on rare occasion to accomplish training or business interests.

 

Randstad Life Sciences

Why Work Here?
A great opportunity with a major pharmaceutical company where you can grow in your career!

Address

Sunnyvale, CA
94085 USA

Industry

Science

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