Pfizer Associate Scientist, Analytical R&D (non PhD) in St. Louis, Missouri
The qualified candidate will join the Analytical R&D organization and contribute to the development of biological therapeutic candidates. Within Analytical R&D, the candidate will join the Mass Spectrometry and Biophysical Characterization group. The qualified candidate will be responsible for implementing methods of analysis for the detailed characterization of proteins, peptides, vaccines, and oligosaccharides.
The candidate will be responsible for utilizing the following techniques to confirm the intended structure of drug candidates: mass spectrometry, chromatography, spectroscopy and proteolytic mapping. The characterization of product modifications is also a key element of the position, including determining the site(s) of modification in the protein, and then confirming the modifications by orthogonal methods. The above skills will be applied to a large platform of projects in all stages of development.
- Candidates should have a B.S degree with 0-3 years of work experience in analytical biochemistry, chemistry or biochemistry. Previous employment in the pharmaceutical industry would be highly beneficial.
Prior experience with chromatographic or spectroscopic methods for the detailed structural characterization of proteins, vaccines, peptides, or oligosaccharides is highly beneficial.
Attention to detail, in terms of experimental setup, data analysis, and electronic notebook/report writing, is another important characteristic that the candidate must exercise on a daily basis in order to be successful. In addition to good communication and writing skills, the applicant should also be able to work both independently and collaboratively in a team-based, fast-paced environment.
Ability to perform mathematical calculations and ability to perform complex data analysis
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Last Date to Apply for Job: July 26, 2019
Eligible for Relocation Package: yes
Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus: yes
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