Amgen Scientist - Human Tissue Science Center in South San Francisco, California
HOW MIGHT YOU DEFY IMAGINATION?
You’ve earned your degree. How will you use that achievement to reach your goals? Do more with the knowledge you’ve worked hard to acquire and the passion you already have. At Amgen, our shared mission—to serve patients—drives all that we do. It is key to our becoming one of the world’s leading biotechnology companies, reaching over 10 million patients worldwide. Become the professional you are meant to be in this meaningful role.
Scientist - Human Tissue Science Center
What you will do
Let’s do this. Let’s change the world. In this vital role you will Job Description
Amgen is seeking a highly motivated individual to join the Human Tissue Science Center (HTSC), within the Department of Clinical Biomarkers and Diagnostics (CBD).
Independently design, execute, and manage complex human tissue strategies in collaboration with Amgen teams, external vendors, and CROs
Provide professional, project-specific guidance to scientific staff
Understand and ensure compliance with regulations related to human subject research, specimen collection, and data management
Review clinical data and highlight any quality concerns with specimens or associated human clinical data; resolve with CRO and management as needed
Author and review SOPs, project specific protocols, case report forms (CRFs), and biospecimen collection procedures
Serve as a point of contact for stakeholders to provide direction, facilitate support, and deliver technical expertise.
Proactive, ongoing review of current CRO network and identification of new potential CROs
Analyze problems and ensure that improvements are implemented.
What we expect of you
We are all different, yet we all use our unique contributions to serve patients.
Master’s degree and 5 years directly related scientific experience.
Bachelor’s degree and 8 years directly related scientific experience
Associate degree and 10 years directly related scientific experience
Degree in allied health, biological, or life sciences
Demonstrated experience in management of human tissue studies / biospecimen management
Ability to think critically, proactively anticipate problems and propose solutions; be result oriented
Ability to work effectively/collaboratively across teams, levels of management, across partnerships, use contact network to motivate diverse teams, and enable cross-functional collaborations
Familiarity with medical and scientific terminology
Clinical trial management experience
Possess initiative, independence, flexibility, willingness to learn, ability to embrace challenges, and a strong commitment to quality
Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
Detail oriented, proactive, ability to work independently and in teams
Proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word, Sharepoint, and document management applications
Familiarity with databases and data analysis software (StarLIMS, Access, Smartsheet, Visio, Tableau, etc.)
Strong organizational, time, and project management skills; ability to prioritize, plan and facilitate meetings, identify and track progress on action items
Previous knowledge or experience in a histology/pathology/laboratory environment; clinical lab experience
Familiarity with QA/QC/GxP/CAP/CLIA regulations
Location - Remote or Thousand Oaks, CA or South San Francisco, CA
Some of the vast rewards of working here
As we work to develop treatments that take care of others, so we work to care for our teammates’ professional and personal growth and well-being.
Full support and career-development resources to expand your skills, enhance your expertise, and maximize your potential along your career journey
A diverse and inclusive community of belonging, where teammates are empowered to bring ideas to the table and act
Generous Total Rewards Plan—comprising health, finance and wealth, work/life balance, and career benefits—with compensation and benefits rated above 4 stars (out of 5) on Glassdoor
Apply now for a career that defies imagination
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