The primary purpose of this job role is to function as a member of the Sample Management (SM) operations within Pfizer Vaccine Research and Development (VRD). The incumbent will be responsible for receiving samples from global clinical/study trials according to approved protocols and processes. The individual will participate in all aspects of tracking and documenting the chain of custody of samples. The incumbent's role will include sample receipt, documentation, storage, tracking, aliquoting, distribution to the testing labs, and sample disposal. The colleague will work in a team setting and will share roles and responsibilities as assigned by the team leader/manager. ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES
- The incumbent will be required to complete all processes as detailed in Sample Management's Standard Operating Procedures. The colleague will perform job responsibilities in compliance with GXP and all other regulatory agency requirements.
- The candidate will receive samples from clinical trial sites and enter samples into an electronic database management system.
- Performs sample storage and retrieval using manual freezers and BiOS (automated freezer storage system).
- Performs manual sample aliquoting and aliquoting using the Hamilton robotic instrument.
- Ship samples and lab supplies to external and internal testing labs.
- Assists in the general maintenance of the Hamilton robotic instruments.
- Participates in the shipment discrepancy resolution process.
- Completes documentation according to cGMP/GLP and all other regulatory agency requirements and archives documents as per applicable policies.
- Carries out sample disposal/sample destruction according to regulated policies and procedures
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor of Science Degree or Bachelor of Arts Degree in a relevant scientific discipline
- 0-5 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry
- Knowledgeable with Microsoft applications including Word Processing, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Ability to work in a team setting
- Work in a lab environment for the majority of the workday
- Work with various types of bodily fluids
- Ability to lift racks/boxes up to 10 lbs
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