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Senior Project Terrestrial Biologist

An excellent opportunity for a Senior Project Terrestrial Biologist to join our strong, well established team of wildlife biologists, wetland specialists, and botanists. You will be joining a premier natural resources and engineering consulting firm renowned for its strategic planning, innovative solutions, and problem-solving capabilities. We specialize in sustainable natural systems engineering, geomorphology, biology, water, and natural resource management, permitting, and compliance. Job Role / Responsibilities Acting as Senior Project Terrestrial Biologist, you will be responsible for: * Managing projects/project teams in the execution of projects/tasks keeping to agreed budget and schedule. * Coaching, mentoring, and training wildlife biologists, wetlands, and botanical staff, and recruit candidates, as needed, to expand the staff capabilities. * Serving as a senior technical reviewer * Preparing and/or overseeing the preparation of work plans, technical memoranda, and reports. * As a senior member of the team, leading proposal efforts for variety of projects for private/state/local governments. As such, you will be responsible for developing scopes of work, budgets, and schedules. You will be coordinating teaming and subcontracting discussion/agreements for specific project opportunities. * As a senior member of the team, you will be responsible for client management, developing and maintaining clients in an account management model. Requirements * Bachelor's degree in environmental studies, natural resource management, planning or related field * 12 or more years of relevant experience * Valid driver's license and be able to operate motorized vehicles Office location & travel requirements This role will be based in Northern/Southern California and willing to travel to field sites and other office locations. Salary Package The salary is negotiable with a comprehensive benefits package includes Medical, Prescription Drug, Dental, Vision, Employee Assistance Program, Paid Parental Leave Program, Health and Financial Wellness Programs, Life and Disability coverage as well as a 401(k) retirement plan with a company match & Other benefits are offered as voluntary options to be paid for by employees through the convenience of payroll deductions.

Careerbuilder • Washington, U.S.

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Biologist

Based in San Francisco, Oakland, or Sacramento, CA you’ll have the opportunity to perform both field and office work related to your particular expertise and work with our team’s recognized experts in characterizing, evaluating, and minimizing proposed projects’ effects on natural resources. Your work could include baseline rare plant surveys, wetland delineations, habitat characterization, or protocol wildlife species surveys as appropriate to your background and interests. You will have the opportunity to work on environmental compliance across large projects, and lead restoration and mitigation planning projects. You’ll serve as a key team member building upon your experience, leading teams, and mentoring others. You’ll be challenged as you support multiple projects, including renewable energy, dynamic energy, transportation, water, and sustainability and resilience projects.At Jacobs, we’re partnering across the globe to create the best project outcomes by maximizing the design, digital technology, and support capabilities of our Global Integrated Delivery (GID) teammates. By joining Jacobs, you’ll commit to supporting and engaging with these teams, as we work to build a company like no other.Our “Future of Work” approach will offer you the opportunity to spend time working both in the office, time working from home, and in the field. We want you to be empowered to deliver the boldest solutions for everyday living so explore us!Bring your enthusiasm and desire to conserve our natural resources, and we’ll help you grow what drives you.• Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, Environmental Science, Ecology, or similar discipline• Progressively responsible work history in biology or similar experience• Experience leading and serving on teams of biologists assessing habitats for special status species and/or wetlands• Experience leading resource and impact evaluations and endangered species consultations.• Demonstrated experience with preparation of state and federal resource agency permitting documents and other technical reports.• Experience with fostering relationships with large project teams, client, client’s contractors and regulatory agency staff.• Ability to travel and work in the field.Ideally, You’ll Also Have:• Master’s degree or other graduate degree is preferred• Possession of a state [Scientific Collecting/MOU] or federal permit [10(a)1(A)] for listed species or Professional Wetland Scientist certification is preferred• Interest and experience with project management and preparing proposals.• OSHA 10-hr Construction Safety Training

Careerbuilder • Oakland, U.S.

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Research Associate

A Pharmaceutical Company is seeking a Research Associate in Frederick, MD. Role Description This role will provide process engineering and analytical support for commercial manufacturing of cell therapy. Working cross functionally with quality, operations, material management, facility and engineering functions, the role is expected to provide technical input for product/process response and investigations, technology implementation, technology transfers, process validation and regulatory filings. • Execute scientific laboratory studies to support process/product understanding and continuous improvement projects • Execute analytical testing of cell therapy products – flow cytometry, ELISA and PCR assays. • Ability to follow laboratory procedures with attention to detail, and successfully execute experiments at the bench • Provide technical input to the execution of process validation and comparability campaigns. • Participate in evaluation of new technology and process automation for introduction into GMP manufacturing • Participate and support process FMEAs to understand process and product risks as a pre-requisite for process validation. • Participate and report to a cross-functional team to advance production activities. • Participate in Operational Excellence activities within Tier Structure. • Participate continuous improvement projects supporting commercial manufacturing site • Ensure systematic DMAIC based approach utilization for process/product related investigations to identify root cause and provide impact assessment to maintain routine manufacturing operations and determine process improvements for manufacturing. • Support technology transfers of launch and commercial cell therapy products • Effectively & efficiently communicate manufacturing process performance internally. • Support the implementation of automation and IT infrastructure projects • Assist in writing technical documentation (protocols & reports for equipment/instrument qualifications, comparability, and cell therapy manufacturing process validation) Skills & Requirements • Bachelors Degree in Biochemical Engineering, Tumor Immunology, Biotechnology or Life Sciences. • Basic understanding in Bioprocessing, Cell Culture and Biochemistry. • Knowledge of ELISA and/or PCR testing • Knowledge in flow cytometry and data analysis (FACSDiva, FlowJo, GraphPad Prism, Excel) is a plus • Ability to think critically, demonstrate troubleshooting and problem-solving skills • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills are essential in this collaborative work environment • Previous experience with other technologies is a plus • Experience with the use of Microsoft word, Excel, Power Point, Smartsheet, Prism, JMP, and other data analysis applications • Highly collaborative with excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills • Ability to think critically with demonstrated problem-solving and troubleshooting skills • Comfortable working in a fast-paced company environment with minimal direction and able to adjust workload/assignments based upon changing priorities • Self-motivated, detail-oriented, and willing to accept temporary responsibilities outside of initial job description

HAYS PLC • Frederick, U.S.

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Technico-Commercial Sédentaire F/H

Descriptif du poste1. Développement des ventesÉlaborer et exécuter un plan d’action pour un groupe de clients, vendre et promouvoir à distance les gammes de produits pour atteindre les objectifs de ventes, identifier et développer de nouvelles opportunités commerciales.Gérer le groupe de clients de manière structurée, organisée et conforme.Développer des compétences de vente, la prévision des ventes(Forecast) et le suivi des résultats. Mettre en œuvre le processus de vente dans le CRM et maintenir le système à jour.Fournir des communications orales et écrites aux clients externes et internes de manière cohérente, travailler en harmonie avec les autres membres de l’équipe de vente pour mettre en œuvre les plans de vente et de marketing.S’assurer de la satisfaction clientParticiper activement à la formation continue en vente et sur les différentes gammes. 2. Gestion commercialeContrôler les dépenses effectuées pour ces clients, notamment en termes de services (connexion des systèmes, formation SAV, etc.)Établir les reporting hebdomadaires et mensuelsTransmettre toute information afin de mettre à jour la base de données des clients et de la concurrenceAider les clients à passer des commandes via des canaux (options de commerce électronique, etc.).Gérer tous les contrats (location de réactifs, CPRR, commandes permanentes), ainsi que leur prolongation et / ou renouvellement, pour le groupe de clients assignés.Le profil Formation supérieure en biologie ou biotechnologie (Bac + 2/3)Complétée idéalement par une formation commerciale.Expérience commerciale 2 à 3 ans appréciée

Approach People Recruitment • Paris, France

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Statistician II/III

An American Company is seeking a Statistician II/III in Gaithersburg, MD. Role Description We are seeking a Statistician II/III to join our Data Science and Statistics team. This position directly supports all our nonclinical groups, and provides guidance in the utilization of appropriate statistical methodology to scientists and management. • Provide sound strategic, scientific, and statistical input to support our nonclinical research and development projects, through design of experiments and by using appropriate statistical methodology and sample size. • Prepare statistical analysis plans; analyze experimental and historical data. • Create design of experiments and perform various types of statistical analyses to develop predictive models and optimize conditions for processes, methods, and drug product/drug substance storage. • Perform stability analysis to identify degradation rates and expiration dates. • Prepare the statistical section of technical reports and presentations. • Engage in discussions and research to ensure the central place of applied statistics in research, development, quality, and validation projects. • Manage one's projects effectively, and meet deadlines with high quality of standards • Explain statistical designs and concepts to non-statisticians • Meet company milestones Skills & Requirements • A degree in Statistics/Biostatistics, Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering, or a related field, with at least 5 year of relevant experience is preferred. • Sound knowledge of theoretical and applied statistics is required, with an emphasis on experimental design in biotechnology, power calculations, survival analysis, etc. • The candidate should have hands-on experience with using and scripting statistical software packages including JMP, SAS, and R. • Familiarity with ICH guidelines • Experience in the drug development field is preferred. • Must be an effective team player, able to thrive in a fast-paced team environment, and also work independently on projects. • Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills. • Leadership ability to influence team members and communicate statistical concepts across functions.

HAYS PLC • Gaithersburg, U.S.

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Administrative Assistant

Administrative Assistant - Two roles availableBoth roles located at the Iconic Taronga Zoo Mosman!Once in a lifetime roles working within a team of globally respected experts in wildlife health   Welfare, Conservation and Science Assistant       Full-time temporary 12 month contract (Maternity Leave cover)       Taronga Conservation Society Australia Salaried Award, General Scale 10, base salary $62,839 plus superannuation, and annual leave loading       To start February 2022   Registry Administrative Assistant       Part-time 3 days a week role with immediate start       Temporary 3 year contract       Taronga Conservation Society Australia Salaried Award, General Scale 10, base salary $62,839, pro rata, plus superannuation, and annual leave loadingAbout us…Taronga Zoo officially opened in October 1916, with Taronga Western Plains Zoo officially opening in February 1977! We believe in a shared future for Wildlife and People. Taronga is working in partnership with wildlife conservation organizations and communities to develop ways to protect species and habitats. Taronga. For the Wild! About the roles…The primary role of the Welfare, Conservation and Science Assistant is to provide administrative support to the Manager of Wildlife Health and Rehabilitation, and the teams working in Wildlife Health. The Registry Administrative Assistant will have a specific focus on supporting the Australian Registry of Wildlife Health (the Registry).Key accountabilities…Welfare, Conservation and Science AssistantUndertake the full range of administrative support services for the Sydney and Dubbo wildlife hospitals, and nutrition teams, including inputting and maintaining records, supporting invoicing and procurement, and the coordination and preparation of internal and external reports.Assist with the coordination of student placements and education programmesAssist with animal transactions by ensuring administrative compliance with health-related export and import of animals and specimensMaintain and coordinate Memberships, Licences, Subscriptions and office equipment/stationery.Perform reception duties, including admission of animals brought into Taronga Wildlife Hospital, greeting and assisting visitors, and screen, prioritise and attend to general phone, e-mail and mail enquiries.Registry Administrative AssistantUndertake a full range of administrative support services for the Australian Registry of Wildlife Health team, including inputting and maintaining records, supporting invoicing and procurement, and the coordination and preparation of internal and external reports.Assisting with the maintenance of the Registry website and databaseConducting data and sample inventories to address complex information requests or research projectsAssisting with external and internal research projects by helping to coordinate samples reception, archiving, storage and shipping.Co-supervising a team of volunteers and studentsConducting literature reviews using internet based resources to inform diagnostic investigationsLiaise with researchers, medical and educational institutions, other zoos, wildlife rehabilitators and members of the public regarding requests for results, medical samples, information, and disease investigations (maintaining appropriate levels of confidentiality).Obtain and archive resource materials.About you…We are looking for candidates that have:Advanced use and knowledge of Microsoft Office tools (Word, Excel, Outlook etc) and other databases. Experience working within financial record systems is preferred. The ability to rapidly master new databases is essentialA working knowledge of veterinary and/or medical terminologyDemonstrated experience in finding opportunities to improve systems and find more efficient ways of managing or recording dataAn understanding and knowledge of issues relating to the human-wildlife interface, wildlife conservation, species identification, and wildlife rescue and rehabilitation would be well regarded

JORA • Sydney, Australia

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Agronomy / Horticulture Senior Research Technician

South Dakota State UniversityPhysical Location of Position (City): Beresford (SD)Posting TextJob Responsibilities: This position will work with diverse research projects at the SDSU Southeast Research Farm in Beresford, SD. The primary focus will be on cropping systems research with both agronomic and horticultural crops at the farm; to engage with livestock and other farm research and maintenance efforts as directed by the Operations Manager; implement assigned trials, including collecting and storing samples, recording data, and providing for field and plot maintenance, and equipment as directed and based on protocols provided by SDSU researchers; summarize data collected and transmit it to project directors, and assist with analysis and interpretation of data; help prepare presentations and reports in coordination with the project director and the operations manager of the farm. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:Knowledge of:Commercial crop or vegetable productionFarm equipment operation and maintenanceAgronomic or horticultural researchData management and software for controlling precision ag equipmentSkill & Ability to:Demonstrate ability to work with famers and other clientele groupsWork in the field and to travel as needed to complete assigned tasksBe self-motivated, disciplined, and ale to understand and adhere to research protocolsWork independently on a day-to-day basisRequired License: Valid driver’s license. Commercial pesticide applicator license within 6 months of hire.

Glassdoor Inc. • Brookings, U.S.

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Research Scientist

JOB SUMMARY: Conduct biological research associated with one or more complex projects within the NASA Ames Research Center’s Bioengineering Branch. Primary focus will be on designing, building, and analyzing a microbiology experiment for the International Space Station (ISS). The goal of the experiment is to complete multi-omics analysis of Arthrospira platensis during 6-months of continuous photoautotrophic growth. BASIC REQUIREMENTS: ● Master's degree from an accredited university in a biological discipline with 3+ years’ professional experience or a Doctoral degree with 0-3 years’ of experience. ● Laboratory experience in genomics, molecular biology, microbiology/plant biology, biochemistry/analytical chemistry, omics sample preparation, and omics data analysis. ● Familiarity with best practices for working with hazardous materials and willingness to adhere to NASA-defined processes. ● Experience with Microsoft Office and command line computer operating systems such as Linux, Unix, or R. ● Ability to communicate effectively with scientists, engineers, and external scientific service providers from a wide range of technical backgrounds. ● Excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as analytical problem-solving abilities. ● Track record of communicating scientific results through conference presentations and peer-reviewed journal articles. ● Capacity to work independently and efficiently with minimal instruction. ● Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: ● Complete experimental research to determine spaceflight experiment design requirements, develop/build the flight payload, and prepare samples for omics analysis. ● Support science components of flight operations that may require travel and/or extended hours. ● Conceive and design laboratory experiments and actively participate in project planning. ● Generate, record, analyze, and compile experimental data. ● Complete statistical analysis of whole genome sequences, transcriptome sequences, proteomics, and metabolomics data. ● Submit data to appropriate public databases. ● Prepare figures for presentation/publication and collaborate with other scientists in publishing research findings. ● Draft scientific materials for public outreach and/or publication. ● Present research at scientific conferences. ● Maintain a safe and organized laboratory area. ● Perform laboratory duties including management of materials and supplies, equipment, and operations. ● Identify materials and equipment needed for experiments, obtain product information, identify vendors, and assist in the preparation of material and supply acquisition. ● Oversee general state of the laboratory, including scheduled waste removal, decontamination of surfaces, and instrument calibration/upkeep. ● Carry out assigned duties in a manner consistent with defined safety policies and report any safety incidents, potential hazards, or close calls. Assist with identifying and eliminating any unsafe conditions.

Careerbuilder • Mountain View, U.S.

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Lipid Nanoparticle Scientist

A Pharmaceutical Company is seeking a Lipid Nanoparticle Scientist in San Diego, CA. Role Description The successful candidate will design, manufacture and characterize lipid nanoparticles for the delivery of nucleic acids as well as other novel nanoparticle-based drug delivery formulations containing small molecules, RNA, DNA and proteins. The work is multi-functional and includes formulation design, analytical methods development, physical characterization, experimental design, sample analysis and interpretation of results. The candidate with be expected to bring prior experience in the field and interact closely with other researchers in the design of lipid nanoparticle delivery formulations. This is a hands-on, laboratory-based role in a highly collaborative early development environment. Job Description: • Must have experience with lipid nanoparticle delivery of RNA or DNA for transfection to mammalian cells or in-vivo models. • Must have experience in nanoparticle formulation and nanoparticle drug delivery. • Must have experience in development of methods to analyze and characterize nanoparticle formulations, components and functionality. • Background in the biology of gene transfection and expression is a plus. • Experience and technical proficiency with HPLC and other methods for analysis and quantification of small molecules, DNA and proteins is preferred. • Previous experience and technical proficiency in the physical characterization of nanoparticles, including particle sizing is a plus. • Familiarity with lab-scale nanoparticle preparation techniques, including microfluidics technology, is preferred. • Experience with alternate pharmaceutical manufacturing technologies homogenization, lyophilization, micronization, etc. is a plus. • Strong interpersonal, communication, collaboration and problem solving skills. • Ability to document work and proven record of scientific technical writing. Skills & Requirements • Qualifications: Ph.D. in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Chemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering or closely-related discipline with an emphasis in delivery of nucleic acids. M.S. or B.S. in similar fields acceptable with a minimum of 6+ years of relevant industrial experience.

HAYS PLC • San Diego, U.S.

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