Why Patients Need You
Pfizer's purpose is to deliver breakthroughs that change patients' lives. Research and Development is at the heart of fulfilling Pfizer's purpose as we work to translate advanced science and technologies into the therapies and vaccines that matter most. Whether you are in the discovery sciences, ensuring drug safety and efficacy or supporting clinical trials, you will apply cutting edge design and process development capabilities to accelerate and bring the best - in - class medicines to patients around the world. What You Will Achieve
Scientists in this role provide logistical support for Pfizer's Global Small-Molecule Bioanalytical Group. This is accomplished through the management of samples, compounds, and biological matrices to enable the bioanalysis of studies that advance Pfizer's global portfolio. The colleague is responsible for interfacing with our sample submitting partners, troubleshooting submissions, interfacing with the group's scientists, and identifying opportunities for the continuous improvement of our processes. The colleague is expected to conduct work in a manner that is compliant with applicable regulatory requirements.
It is your hard work and dedication that will make Pfizer ready to achieve new milestones and help patients across the globe. How You Will Achieve It
- The primary role of bioanalytical logistics is to provide an interface between our partners and the ADME Sciences Bioanalytical Group. This group provides quantitative analysis of drugs and metabolites from biological matrices in support of Pfizer's global pharmaceutical portfolio. This colleague will interface with our sample submitters and will coordinate resources for their study support. This includes ensuring that the required compounds and matrices are in-house and assisting in the scheduling of bioanalytical support. This colleague will receive, login, and manage samples of biological fluids and tissues and is responsible for troubleshooting errors in the submission process. The logistics team is responsible for the management of various inventories of compounds, matrices, supplies, and samples and they are a primary driver of our continuous improvement efforts. Some sample management will fall under regulatory requirements that require good documentation practices and attention to details. Thus, this colleague must demonstrate good written, oral and interpersonal communication as their work may be audited by our Regulatory Quality Assurance group or regulatory inspectors. This position supports a dynamic portfolio so the colleague will experience changing priorities and must have the ability to deal with project and organizational change while advancing Pfizer's portfolio of new therapeutics.
- B.A./B.S./M.S. degree in chemistry, biology, biochemistry, or a relevant scientific field.
- Knowledge of the underlying principles of biology, analytical chemistry or pharmacology.
- Demonstrated ability to investigate and troubleshoot issues either independently or through collaboration.
- Demonstrated ability to focus on attention to detail and multitask under the pressure of set timelines.
- Good organizational, oral, and written communication skills
- Demonstrated ability to work in a matrix team environment
- Experience with sample or other logistics and inventory management.
- Knowledge of pharmaceutical development and the in vivo studies associated with the advancement of a pharmaceutical program or portfolio.
- Knowledge and experience with research informatics systems and tools such as WATSON Laboratory Management System.
- Experience working in a regulated (GLP) laboratory environment.
Other Job Details:
- Colleague will receive and manage samples of non-human and human plasma, urine, and whole blood and non-human tissues.
- Colleague may be required to handle bulky boxes.
- Candidate will enter into cold storage (-20 C) rooms.
Pfizer requires all U.S. new hires to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to the first date of employment. As required by applicable law, Pfizer will consider requests for Reasonable Accommodations.Sunshine Act
- Last Date to Apply for Job: February 4th, 2022
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