LABORATORY TECHNICIAN - VETERINARY
Company: Globa Channel Management, Inc.
Location: New York
Posted on: February 15, 2019
Bachelor's degree in Animal Science or Biology with 5 years Veterinary Technical experience, or 10 years experience in small animal Veterinary Technical / Surgical skills. ALAT, LAT, & LATG certifications preferred. Other Skills and Abilities The ideal candidate will possess the ability to work independently and under minimal guidance, a familiarity with USDA and AAALAC regulations and have good interpersonal skills, effective oral and written communication skills, and should be proficient using MS Word, Excel, Project, and Outlook. Vivarium General Summary: Perform the daily operations of the Antibody Production Department in accordance with cGMP, USDA, FDA, and AAALAC guidelines. Personnel must have strong teamwork and interpersonal skills, communication and problem solving abilities, a working knowledge of blood handling processes and procedures, pays close attention to detail, and articulate record keeping capabilities. Primary Responsibilities Responsible for daily execution of antibody production protocols/procedures as they relate to animal use (i.e. Immunizations, phlebotomy, plasmapheresis, antibody harvest, processing). Use and maintenance of centrifuges, microscopes, autoclave, CO2 incubators and other pertinent equipment used in the production of polyclonal/monoclonal antibodies. Knowledge and application of cGMP/USDA/FDA regulations and documentation. Documentation of all work completed in accordance with OCD SOPs, BRTs, FRMs, etc. and maintained and filed as per OCD Document Retention Policies. Perform general housekeeping, equipment cleaning, animal care and health intervention. Performs in-process review of quality documents, witness formulations, calculations, etc. Assuring that all associated paperwork is completed.
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