South San Francisco
California, United States of America
The Analytical Operations department prides itself on expertise and leadership in the area of process related impurities as well as high throughput analytical testing and data management to support process development and validation activities. We have an exciting opportunity for a passionate people manager and strong leader to join our team.
This position will involve leading a diverse group of approximately 15 scientists, research associates, and project coordinators towards two main goals: 1) cutting-edge research, strategy, and assay development for process-related impurities (such as host cell proteins (HCPs), host cell DNA, endotoxin, and leached protein A/L) and 2) coordination of high-throughput analytical testing in support of process validation studies for new products as well as technology transfers and investigations for existing products.
Direct expertise in both of these areas is preferred, but not essential for the role. The successful candidate will have (at a minimum) hands-on experience in relevant analytical techniques and demonstrated ability to provide leadership in areas to which they are not subject matter experts. For example, though identifying strategic goals and empowering and mobilizing teams to achieve these goals using their own expertise. To this end, the person in this role must be able to energize not only their own team, but also connect their team with collaborators across diverse functional areas such as safety, toxicology, preclinical, clinical, bioprocess development, and technical regulatory functions.
This position requires deep leadership and management skills as well as the passion for coaching, mentoring, and developing talent. The AO group leader will also be part of the AO leadership team and is expected to contribute to the strategy development and operational management of the department. This includes identifying and championing opportunities for continuous improvements to business processes, technologies, and strategic focus areas.
Our team deeply values integrity and passion. We're committed to being a supportive work environment and to fostering mentorship and career development for our team members. If you share our values, want to make a difference, enjoy relationship-building, and are dedicated to excellence, we're excited to hear from you!
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