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Cambridge Biomedical is a dynamic Contract Research Organization providing support throughout the drug development process, from preclinical through phase IV clinical trials and post-market commercial testing.


As a medical technologist at Cambridge Biomedical, you will be a part of a passionate team of innovative scientists working to advance patient healthcare. You will assist Project Directors and Senior Scientists to develop and validate assays in support of pre-clinical research and clinical trials, collaborate with project team members to implement laboratory tasks and provide high quality documentation of all clinical trial activity. 

Medical Technologist responsibilities include:

  • Specimen handling, processing, and preparing reagents;
  • Analyzing, reviewing, and reporting test results;
  • Entering and releasing test results through the LIS/LIMS.
  • Troubleshooting test systems and performing instrument calibration & preventive maintenance.
  • Identifying problems which may adversely affect test performance or reporting of test results.
  • Overseeing technical aspects of assigned assays and, leading and participating in project based work.

Medical Technologist Qualifications:

  • Position requires a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in Medical Technology or a related Life Science.
  • National certification as a Medical Technologist (ASCP) required or Clinical Laboratory Scientist.
  • 3-5 plus years of experience testing moderate and high complexity assays.
  • Experience with Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is highly desirable.

Medical Technologist


Research Associate

As a research associate at Cambridge Biomedical, you will be a part of a passionate team of innovative scientists working to advance patient healthcare. You will assist Project Directors and Senior Scientists to develop and validate assays in support of pre-clinical research and clinical trials, collaborate with project team members to implement laboratory tasks and provide high quality documentation of all clinical trial activity. 

 

Research Associate responsibilities include:

  • Perform human and animal sample testing.
  • Participate in writing and reviewing of Study Documents: SOP, Validation Protocols, Sample Analysis Reports etc.
  • Generate and review data, provide technical assistance to assigned research staff.
  • Ensure the accuracy and timeliness of all laboratory-related processes.
  • Perform duties in the areas of instrument maintenance and quality control of laboratory procedures.

Research Associate Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in a related field and 3 years of relevant experience, or a Master's degree with 2 years of experience.
  • Hands on experience running ELISA, qPCR, MSD, FLOW Cytometry, and/or Cell-Based Assays, as well as experience generating, analyzing, and reviewing the data from those assays.
  • Knowledge of assay development and validation under CAP/CLIA and/or GLP regulations.
  • Ability to adapt to a changing environment, handles multiple priorities, and work with teams across the organization.
  • Continuously strives  to meet and exceed performance goals and excellence metrics.

 


Research Scientist

As a research scientist at Cambridge Biomedical, you will be a part of a passionate team of innovative scientists working to advance patient healthcare. You will assist Project Directors and Principal Investigators to develop and validate assays in support of pre-clinical research and clinical trials, collaborate with project team members to implement laboratory tasks and provide high quality documentation of all clinical trial activity.

 

Research Scientist responsibilities include:

  • Design, develop and validate new assays that will support pre-clinical research and/or clinical trials.
  • Write and review Study Documents such as SOP, Validation Protocols, Validation Reports, Sample Analysis Plans and Reports.
  • Generate, analyze and review data.
  • Aptitude for troubleshooting assays and instruments.
  • Perform human and animal sample testing.
  • Complete all assignments according to Study Protocols, SOPs and applicable regulatory guidelines, GLP, GCLP/GCP, CAP and CLIA.
  • Adhere to laboratory and department policies and procedures to include Quality Control, Quality Assurance and Safety.

Research Scientist Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in a related field plus a minimum of 5 years of experience, or a higher degree (PhD or Master's degree) with an additional 3 years of relevant experience.
  • Hands on experience running ELISA, MSD, Luminex, Cell-Based Assays, FLOW Cytometry, and/or qPCR, as well as experience generating, analyzing, and reviewing the data from those assays.
  • Knowledge of assay development and validation under GLP/GCLP regulations.
  • Ability to adapt to a changing environment, handles multiple priorities, and work with teams across the organization.
  • Continuously strives  to meet and exceed performance goals and excellence metrics.

Leading with science, we deliver innovative solutions with quality and exceptional service to our customers' needs for clinical research. Cambridge Biomedical offers established expertise in assay development, assay validation, and specimen analysis for bioanalytical assays (PK, PD, immunogenicity). We provide a diverse range of simple to highly complex, routine and esoteric assays using a wide range of technologies including but not limited to ELISA, MSD, Luminex, cell based assays, flow cytometry and qPCR; and we accommodate study sizes with low, medium, or high volume sample test requirements.

At Cambridge Biomedical, we are ever mindful that the ultimate beneficiary of our efforts is the patient in need of care. We have a proven track record of success in complex, custom biomarker and assay development, optimization, validation and sample testing - over 150 of our assays have been placed into commercial diagnostic use across a wide variety of disorders.

If you have the passion and drive to help patients across the globe and want to join our team, please forward a resume and cover letter by filling out the form below or emailing to jobs@cambridgebiomedical.com. We look forward to meeting you!


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