Laboratory Corporation of America Clinical Laboratory Scientist (CLS) in South San Francisco, California
Monogram Biosciences (a wholly-owned subsidiary of LabCorp), is seeking a Clinical Laboratory Scientist to join its clinical laboratory in the Cell Assay group. The Clinical Laboratory Scientist will be responsible for virology testing and administrative assignments performed in this section; these include but are not limited to transfection, refeeding, cellular infection, protocols, manipulation of 96 well plates, operation of various dispensers and automated sample handling systems. Additional responsibilities also include review of worksheets, data entry and evaluation of technician level staff for competency.
The schedule for this position is: Sunday-Thursday, 6:30am -- 3:00pm.
Perform routine and complex technical procedures and functions according to departmental Standard Operating Procedures
Perform appropriate QA/QC procedures
Operate and maintain equipment and instruments according to manufacturer and Monogram established procedures including: analysis of clinical specimens, calibration, preventive maintenance, and troubleshooting
May be appointed to oversee specialized processes or appointed to a unique coordinating role, such as safety or QC
Actively participate in continuing education and in service training programs for licensure
Reagent and viral stock preparation and qualification
May assist in development of new assays and technology transfer from research and development
Review and release results in the Laboratory Information System
BS/BA in Chemistry, Biology, Clinical Laboratory or similar scientific field
Current California State Clinical Laboratory license required (CLS Generalist)
Ability to work in a collaborative, flexible environment
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Strong computer skills and attention to detail
Color vision-ability to distinguish and identify different colors
Monogram Biosciences, Inc. is a leader in developing and commercializing innovative diagnostic products to help guide and improve the treatment of HIV, HCV, and other viral illnesses, as well as cancer and other diseases. Monogram's services enable health care providers to optimize treatment regimens for their patients. Monogram also supports pharmaceutical companies in developing new and improved antiviral therapeutics and vaccines and targeted cancer therapeutics. Located in South San Francisco, Monogram provides an innovative and flexible work environment, where you will have the opportunity to be part of pioneering new diagnostics technologies.
As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.