Description Summary: This position has responsibility for Quality Control Testing. The testing will be completed as part of in-process testing and lot release which may include cell counts, viability, sterility, endotoxin, mycoplasma, phenotype, growth kinetics, differentiation, and karyotype. The position requires compliance of internal policies and procedures to include but not limited to GTP/GMP compliant policies, safety requirements and others associated documentation with confidentiality. This position will be involved in preparing Standard Operating Procedures and technical studies, qualifications and validations. Warehouse management and document control required tasks. Rigorous training, competency assessment and proficiency testing will be a part of the process. We are searching for a person interested in Quality Aspects of cell banking and clinical research in cell therapy in regenerative medicine.
Reports to: Chief Scientific Officer
Minimum requirements include: Bachelor’s degree in a scientific discipline preferred medical technologist with testing and quality experience. A minimum of 2 years’ experience in testing including quality experience. GTP/GMP experience preferred. Must be highly organized with strong PC skills and strong communication skills scientific and technical and attention to detail. Excellent customer skills internal and external and requires a valid NC driver’s License.
Physical demands: Would require a majority of the day standing, walking or sitting. The employee may be required to lift up to 100 pounds maximum. Always using universal precautions as the person would be testing human tissue/cells. Must be able to spend significant time at the computer as well as being able to respond to audible alarms in the facility, incoming calls and respond verbally.
The Amnion Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit stem cell bank. Our mission is to bring the lifesaving power of amniotic and cord blood derived stem cell therapies to all patients in need. This mission is made possible by tissue donors who have agreed to anonymously share the gift of life with patients in need.