Under general supervision, responsible for operating fully automated high-throughput screening (HTS) and compound management robotic platforms that support the execution of diverse biochemical and cell-based assay protocols. Operate & maintain ancillary laboratory automation to reformat compounds and/or execute HTS assays in 96-, 384-, and/or 1536-well format plates. Work with internal scientific, information technology and engineering support personnel to successfully develop & execute HTS and/or compound management protocols. Operate vendor software that interfaces with automated equipment and processes large amounts of HTS-related and/or chemical inventory related data. Liaise with local scientists to provide interface between them and robotic automation and instrumentation found in the lab. Performs other duties as assigned.
Additional Information:Physical Requirements:
Details of established essential functions for this position will be addressed/discussed during the interview process.
Bachelor’s degree in engineering or physical sciences. 0-1 years related experience in an engineering, analytical or HTS laboratory required. Practical understanding of physical chemistry, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, biochemistry, and/or cell biology preferred. Demonstrated technical proficiency performing complicated lab techniques, including equipment operation and maintenance, liquid handling and automation. Demonstrated proficiency with MS office, particularly Excel & Access. Excellent communication and interpersonal and team skills. Attention to detail, strong mathematical & mechanical background. Experience with SQL, VB, C++, Java, HTML and/or Oracle db experience desired.
Practical understanding of chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, physical chemistry, biochemistry, and/or cell biology is preferred.
Florida & Palm Beach County residents are preferred.
Compensation: Commensurate with experience
Job Closing Date:
Open Until Filled No
Job Posting Category Scientific & Technical
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