Title: Engineer/Scientist, CMC Biologics
Location: Waltham, MA
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As TG Therapeutics transitions to a commercial operation, the CMC Biologics group in Waltham, MA is expanding to support the biologics pipeline, including commercialization of its lead biologic asset. We are seeking to hire in our upstream group; this position will support process development, technology transfer, validation, and manufacturing. As a virtual company, all work is outsourced so this individual will work with both the internal team and outside vendors. This position will start out remote but transition to working with the team at the Waltham, MA office when public health conditions allow. This is a great opportunity for an early career professional to experience working in a start-up environment, work with managers with decades of experience, and take his/her career to a new level.
––Responsible for supporting cell culture or recovery of clinical and commercial biopharmaceutical drug substances supplied by third party vendors.
––Scope includes support of process development, manufacturing, tech transfer, scale-up, and validation
––Help prepare and review CMC documentation for drug substance sections of regulatory filings.
––Support the strategy and execution of process validation, regulatory, experimental design, and related aspects.
––Analyze and trend process development, process characterization, and manufacturing data.
––Author clear and concise technical reports.
––1-4 years of relevant industrial experience.
––An understanding of the cGMP requirements of manufacturing processes for biopharmaceuticals.
––Experience with process scale-up, process characterization and/or validation
––Familiarity with control strategy development, statistical analysis and DoE a plus
––Effective written and oral communication skills.
––A can-do attitude to join a dynamic, team-based, small biotech with a diverse range of opportunities for personal and professional growth.
Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in chemical/biochemical engineering, biochemistry, or related area.