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We're looking for a BioSpecimen Data Manager
, working in Pharmaceuticals and Medical Products
industry in 210 Welsh Pool Road, Exton, Pennsylvania, 19341, United States
- Responsible for data entry, data management, compilation and reporting activities within the Diagnostics group including: clinical and non-clinical sample biorepositories, coordination for sample reconciliation, shipping, compilation and maintenance of sample and data/assay tracking sheets.
- Management of the internal research biorepository containing human specimens, cell lines and reagents for research and development use.
- Activities including but not limited to data entry, review and reconciliation of database and tracking of sample shipments and associated data.
Our client is an award-winning clinical development company. Improving lives globally with 20+ years experience in clinical research and strategic resourcing. Elevating results with proven strategies, comprehensive solutions, and customized delivery models.
Serving pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device organizations.
Strong relationships provide you connections and access to great opportunities. Industry expertise sets you up for success with helpful insights, career coaching, and professional training. Grow and learn while you put your skills to work.
Experience Required for Your Success
- Minimum BS with 5+ years experience in the diagnostics industry and/or Biospecimen management.
- Understanding of medical and clinical terminology is preferred.
- Experience in database development using standard programs (Excel,
Access) and Project Management tools (Powerpoint, Project)
- Experience working in a regulated environment, specifically GCP or GLP is required.
- Excellent organizational and record keeping skills essential.
- Experience working with human samples.
- Excellent presentation and communication skills.
- Ability to multi-task and interact with multiple groups essential.
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Does your experience reflect what it takes to be successful in this role? Do the work and challenges get you excited about what's possible?