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Research Associate - Scientific Services

Hiring Organization:
SNBL USA

Date Posted:
2018-06-13

Position Description:
SNBL USA


SNBL USA, Ltd. is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status.


Req No. 2018-1889
Location US-WA-Everett
Category Preclinical Research
Type Regular Full-Time

Overview
About SNBL USA
Join us in our mission to help free patients from suffering and improve patient care and treatment outcomes. Headquartered in Everett, WA, SNBL USA, Ltd. offers a unique range of safety assessment services to fulfill its commitment to help free patients from suffering. Managed and operated by a team world renowned for its wide-ranging drug development experience and expertise, SNBL USA offers programs ranging from regulatory toxicology to customized study designs. SNBL's specialized capabilities include safety assessment of biologics, reproductive toxicology, cardiovascular, respiratory and CNS pharmacology, immunotoxicology and carcinogenicity.
Job Summary:
We are looking for Research Associates at all levels of experience that have a passion for preclinical research. In this position your main focus will be working directly with the research animals and performing the technical procedures per the study protocols. At SNBL USA we work with many different animal models: non-human primates, rats, mice, guinea pigs, rabbits, swine and canine. In this position you are given many growth opportunities by learning and perfecting multiple technical procedures, working with different animal models, operating laboratory equipment, collecting specimens and data in compliance with GLP standards.


Responsibilities
? Support the Study Supervisor(s) and Study Director(s) by performing and assisting with sample and data collection on research studies.
? Follow and perform standard operating procedures (SOP) & Protocols on study and stock animals, including, but not limited to: clinical observations, food consumptions, body weights, urine collection, administering anesthesia, mating procedures, blood draws (all routes), dose administration (all routes), euthanasia, catheter placement, restraint, enrichment, feeding, food removal, on laboratory animals.
? Responsible for recording, entering and reviewing raw data.
? Prepares for procedures by setting up and maintaining ancillaries on study animals.
? Operating selected laboratory equipment to include: Glucometer, Harvard pump, Digital Thermometer.
? Monitors and reports changes in animal behavior or health, and problems with animal rooms (e.g., caging, lights, and temperature) to all appropriate personnel.
? Maintain general cleanliness and organization of work areas.
? Monitor and report all study changes to the Study Supervisor and Study Director.
? All work must be performed at the highest quality and with the highest regard for animal welfare.

Qualifications/Experience:
Qualifications
? BS/BA in a scientific discipline preferred. Must have high School Diploma and/or GED required.
? Prefer 6-12 months experience working with animals, in research, or in a regulated environment.
? Ability to perform high quality work with strong attention to detail.
? Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
? Ability to problem solve and know when to ask questions.
? Positive attitude and strong team player
? Previous GLP experience a plus
? Ability to lift up to 30-50 pounds required
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Apply Here: http://www.Click2apply.net/664mckb9zyx8943r

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Contact Information:
Human Resources
6605 Merrill Creek Parkway
Everett, WA 98203
USA

Telephone Number:
(860) 271-7253 ext 508

Website:
http://snbl.com

E-mail Address:
none@given.com

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