WuXi AppTec

Associate Scientist II (Animal Health)

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Xenobiotic Laboratories (XBL), a subsidiary of the Lab Testing Division of WuXi AppTec, Inc., is a leading contract research laboratory specializing in small and large molecule Bioanalytical, drug metabolism, and pharmacokinetic services to the pharmaceutical, animal health and agrochemical industries. Xenobiotic Laboratories is seeking an Associate Scientist to support Animal Health studies.


Primary Responsibilities:

  • Perform routine procedures without supervision.
  • Delivers accurate results on assigned task and expected results for animal health studies and / or per-clinical or clinical studies.
  • May assume the duty of a trainer to new hires.
  • Maintains research notebooks in a well-organized manner.  All necessary documentation is recorded.
  • Complies with all safety rules, practices good housekeeping, and maintains safe workplace without supervision.
  • Perform routine calculations. Tabulates, and records results.
  • Prepares standard solutions used in the laboratory.
  • Maintains and calibrates laboratory equipment.
  • Thorough understanding of Good Laboratory Practices and EPA, FDA, CVM, or other regulation pertaining to the study.
  • Assumes responsibility for technical accuracy of work.
  • Learns, and enhances technical knowledge of bioanalytical assays.
  • Assume the responsibility of the GLP compliance in a designated Laboratory (as primary or back up).
  • Maintain the records and helping in ordering specific supplies for the entire Bioanalytical Division.
  • Other duties as assigned including but not limited to preparing the final study files for archiving and scanning notebooks and the reconciliation of study samples.



Experience / Training / Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in chemistry, biology, or a related discipline
  • 2-3 years of relevant experience, or equivalent
  • Any similar combination of education and experience

 We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.


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