• Overview

    We are currently seeking a Bioanalytical Sciences Contractor for immediate hire in our Durham, NC office.  The selected individual will be responsible for managing activities related to the bioanalysis of drugs and metabolites for the Chimerix drug development program.  

     

    Primary responsibilities include:

    • Design, review, and evaluate bioanalytical methods for robustness and appropriateness.
    • Participate in transferring and validating methods at CROs.
    • Evaluate data and reports for pre-clinical and clinical studies conducted at CROs.
    • Bioanalytical support using LC/MS technology for in vitro and in vivo (non GLP) studies.
    • Work in an environment of changing priorities and deliver high quality results in a timely manner.
    • Participates in overseeing the CRO-based implementation of innovative technologies as needed for bioanalysis of drugs and metabolites in unique matrices.

    Qualifications

    • MS in Chemistry with 5+ years of experience or BS with 8+ years of experience.
    • Hands-on, practical experience with quantitative LC/MS bioanalytical method development, method validation, and application for pre-clinical and clinical support in various matrices.
    • Strong, proven troubleshooting skills.
    • Experience evaluating bioanalytical data and reports from CROs.
    • Excellent knowledge of GLP regulations for bioanalysis.
    • Knowledge of related drug development disciplines such as DMPK, toxicology, and clinical development is a plus.
    • Ability to prioritize workload in a fast paced environment.
    • Ability to author clear and concise documents and record experimental work in a timely manner.
    • Ability to clearly communicate needs, issues, and progress within and across functional areas within the company.
    • Ability to work collaboratively in a cross-functional team environment.

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