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Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc. Chemical Inventory Coordinator in Andover, Massachusetts

Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc. (CIL) is searching for a Chemical Inventory Coordinator based onsite in our Andover, MA facility. CIL is the global leading company in a highly technical, extremely fast-growing industry and is a critical supplier to several scientific and high technology markets. CIL's growing customer base spans academia, pharmaceutical, medical diagnostic and semiconductor industries enabling collaborations with Nobel laureates, industry-leading scientists, and chemists. CIL partners with leading instrument manufacturers as well pioneering research groups that have expertise in product development and drive market growth. CIL is a subsidiary of the Otsuka Pharmaceutical Group and has had consistent growth for over 40 years.

In compliance with safety regulations, the Chemical Inventory Coordinator will perform multiple functions in support of our regulated chemical production facility in Andover, MA. The Chemical Inventory Coordinator will support and provide backup to the Chemical Waste Technician.


  • Management of hazardous and non-hazardous chemical inventories in the production laboratories

  • Proactively review inventories, order supplies, and ensure stock of hazardous and non-hazardous chemicals to support production schedules

  • Receive supplies and chemicals, update electronic inventories, deliver, and stock storage areas

  • Support internal pickup of hazardous waste and coordination with outside vendors

  • Support wastewater treatment, ensuring city, state, and federal regulations are met. This will include maintaining appropriate documentation and record keeping

  • Support the inventory and regeneration process of resins for amino acids process


  • High school diploma or General Education Degree (GED)

  • 1-2 years' of relevant experience in chemical inventory management programs

  • Current DOT Hazmat employee training per 49 CFR 172.704

  • Current Hazardous Waste certification for Large Quantity Generator (RCRA)

  • Ability to transport 55-gallon drums using a drum dolly

  • Ability to lift up to 75 lbs


CIL and CIS offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits including generous paid time off, Long Term Incentives, 6% matching 401K plan and health insurance with no in-network deductible.

CIL is an EEO/Affirmative Action employer.

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About Us:

Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc. (CIL) is the world’s leading producer of stable isotopes ( and stable isotope-labeled compounds. With approximately 750 employees and laboratories in four countries, CIL specializes in the process of labeling biochemical and organic compounds with highly enriched, stable (nonradioactive) isotopes of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen. Our chemists substitute common atoms (e.g., 1H, 12C, 14N, 16O) with rare, highly valued isotopes (e.g., 2H or D, 13C, 15N, 18O) so that the final product can be readily measured or traced using mass spectrometry (MS) or nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). CIL’s products are utilized in laboratories, medical, government and academic research centers and health care facilities worldwide.

We are proud that CIL products have contributed to medical advancements in cancer research, new-drug development, environmental analysis, and medical diagnostic research. In the past decade, as the fields of proteomics and metabolomics have developed as leading techniques for determining biomarkers for disease presence, progression and the monitoring of therapeutic response, CIL has worked closely with industry leaders and researchers to provide the stable isotope-labeled tools needed for improved quantitation and qualification of complex biological systems.

After decades of research, stable isotopes have found their place in an ever expanding commercial scale applications in pharmaceuticals, semiconductors, flat panel displays as well as other high technology fields specifically with deuterium oxide (D2O) and deuterium gases. Pharmaceutical companies have begun to investigate deuteration of molecules that may provide advantages over their existing nondeuterated counterparts. In addition, increasing research into the potential medical advantages of new deuterated drugs is also occurring. In high technology, deuterated organic molecules and deuterium gas are commonly used in the manufacturing of microelectronics and OLEDs, which contribute to the increased lifetime of the devices.

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