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Randstad Laboratory Technician I in Framingham, Massachusetts

Laboratory Technician I

job details:

  • location:Framingham, MA

  • salary:$25.45 - $29.95 per hour

  • date posted:Wednesday, August 5, 2020

  • experience:1 Years

  • job type:Contract

  • industry:Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

  • reference:32702

job description

Laboratory Technician I

job summary:

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location: Framingham, Massachusetts

job type: Contract

salary: $25.45 - 29.95 per hour

work hours: 9 to 5

education: Bachelors


The Laboratory Technician I position is part of Process Science in Global Manufacturing Science & Technology (MSAT) and is based at the biologics hub in Boston, MA. The global MSAT team is within the Industrial Affairs (IA) unit of organization.

The Team is responsible for providing laboratory-based technical support to company biologics. The Team recently designed a state-of-the-art laboratory with capabilities to support small-scale models of the commercial cell culture and purification operations, as well as analytical testing.

  • Learn and execute protein stability studies on liquid, frozen, and/or lyophilized formulations

  • Perform analytical work such as UV spectrophotometry for protein concentration and HPLC (high performance liquid chromatography) for product purity to support in-process sample testing and quality control

  • Participate in design and execution of experiments using small-scale models, analyze and interpret results, and recommend additional experiments. Utilize this knowledge to expand process understanding and drive improvements in the commercial manufacturing operations including improving process robustness/reliability.

  • Apply design space knowledge to support effective investigations and root cause analysis

  • Use scientific principles and professional practices to solve a range of complex problems in creative and practical ways


  • Bachelors/Masters degree in Chemical Engineering, Biochemistry, Biology, or relevant field with 0-3 years of experience

  • Effective communication & presentation skills

  • Experience in biologics stability studies is beneficial

  • Experience with aseptic technique is beneficial

  • Understanding of protein stability, characterization, and/or analytical analysis theory preferred, but not required

skills: HPLC, Chromatography

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