$25 to $50 Hourly

Benefits Offered

401K, Dental, Life, Medical, Vision

Employment Type


Why Work Here?

“A great opportunity for growth with an innovative company that is transforming how orthopaedic and dental procedures will be conducted”

Job Description:

The Laboratory Manager is responsible for the overall organization of the company’s laboratory-based workspaces, including ordering laboratory supplies, monitoring inventory levels, and scheduling the maintenance, repair, and calibration of equipment. This individual will interface with environmental health & safety (EHS) personnel, research and development staff, and support the maintenance of the company’s quality management system (QMS). The Laboratory Manager will follow the company’s standard operating procedures (SOPs), and develop, design, and implement modifications to such procedures to increase overall efficiency and effectiveness. This individual must be able to meet deadlines and assess priorities for handling multiple projects and fluctuating workloads.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Prepare and submit purchase requisitions for laboratory supplies and equipment;
  • Physically receive, visually inspect, and record the receipt of purchased items in the company’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) system;
  • Organize and maintain inventory to ensure its availability;
  • Regularly conduct inventory audits and reconciliations;
  • Schedule the maintenance, repair, and calibration of laboratory equipment;
  • Manage the shipment of supplies and equipment to research partners;
  • Coordinate and oversee the movement and disposition of rejected inventory that is subject to Material Review Board (MRB) disposition;
  • Process product returns;
  • Work with product development engineers to assist in preparing and conducting laboratory-based research projects and experiments;
  • Develop and maintain a clean and organized structure within the company’s laboratory spaces, including the sanitization of all laboratory surfaces;
  • Manage and track biohazardous and chemical waste;
  • Review and support the development of standard operating policies and procedures;
  • Assist in the preparation and support of external audits; and
  • Perform other administrative and clerical tasks and projects as may be required from time to time.

Essential Education, Skills, Environment Education and Work Experience:

  • Education beyond high school in the field of biotechnology, engineering, biology, or biochemistry;
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, and Excel);
  • Ability to learn new software systems as needed;
  • prior knowledge of working with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software systems preferred;
  • Experience working with a cross-functional teams; and
  • Exceptional time management, communication, and problem-solving skills.

Specialized Knowledge and Skills:

  • Ability to ask questions to understand novel, complex technologies;
  • Ability to troubleshoot equipment and make calculated decisions;
  • High standard of excellence for work and finds fulfillment in helping others;
  • General knowledge of quality management systems (ISO 90001, ISO 13485) and documentation control best practices; and
  • Strong communication skills.
RevBio, Inc.

About RevBio, Inc.:

RevBio, Inc., is a medical device company engaged in the development and commercialization of a patented, synthetic, injectable, self-setting, and osteoconductive bone adhesive biomaterial called Tetranite®. The company is initially developing this technology for use in the dental and cranial market. However, the company is also working to develop adhesive applications for the broader orthopaedics market and additional applications in the animal health market.

Company website:

Company address: 600 Suffolk Street (c/o M2D2), Lowell, MA 01854

Posted date: 11 days ago

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