Key Responsibilities:

The responsibilities of the QC Microbiology Analyst include, but are not limited, to the following:

  • Assist in set up and stocking of the QC microbiology laboratories to enable testing requirements in support of the facility.
  • Perform routine QC Microbiology sampling and testing such as bioburden, endotoxin, growth promotion, Gram stain, and microbial identifications.
  • Perform water sampling and associated water testing (such as chemical analysis to include visual appearance, heavy metals, nitrates, pH, conductivity, etc.).
  • Sampling and testing of gas supplies to manufacturing suites.
  • Trend environmental monitoring data and compile trend reports.
  • Write and revise SOPs, protocols and technical reports as necessary.
  • Establish and perform sample management including receipt, inventory and aliquoting.
  • Coordinate shipment of samples to contract testing laboratories and review of testing data reports.
  • Review testing data of other QC Analysts, as applicable.
  • Complete documentation in accordance with current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP).
  • Perform laboratory tasks including general housekeeping, equipment monitoring and maintenance, inventory and ordering of supplies, etc.

Other Responsibilities:
  • Represent QC at inter-departmental meetings and interact with external vendors as necessary.
  • Raise change control and deviations related to QC Microbiology operations including assisting with laboratory and OOS investigations.
  • Assist in regulatory audits/inspections, as needed.
  • Troubleshooting of equipment and QC methods.
  • Train other QC Analysts within scope of knowledge.

Educational Requirements:
  • BA or BS in Microbiology or other related science, preferably with Microbiology modules or coursework as part of the study program.

Experience and Skill Requirements:
  • 1-3 years of laboratory-based experience in a testing capacity.
  • Knowledge of Microbiology techniques and technical experience, within a Microbiology Lab is preferred.
  • Computer literacy (MS Word and Excel), good communication and organizational skills.
  • Ability to work well independently and with others in a team.

Replimune is an equal opportunity employer.

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