Cell Tester Job Description Sample
Cell Qualification Engineer
In this role you will utilize your skills as a validation engineer to develop test plans to validate battery cells for next generation consumer electronic products. Responsibilities include interpreting cell specifications, developing validation plans, reviewing and approving battery cell designs, performing validation tests and analyzing and reporting test results. You will work with suppliers to co-develop, manage and analyze testing at the supplier locations in concert with testing in Cupertino.
Experience in battery cell development and/or design, testing and qualification.•Knowledge of Lithium-based battery technologies and charging methods.•Strong understanding of battery test equipment and use and appropriate application. (Meters, data-loggers, power supplies, cycle testers e.g. Maccor, Potentiostats, Galvanostat, Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) etc.)•Knowledge of industry safety and reliability standards and design techniques for insuring robust and manufacturable designs •Perform engineering calculations to develop specifications, test planning, and interpretation of results.•Relies on data to justify technical decisions•Ability to clearly explain technical issues•Knowledge in statistical analysis.•Specific experience with portable consumer electronic products or large format batteries will be an advantage but not a must for deserving candidates.
- Writes validation plans and test procedures to verify conformance to the design requirements based on supplied product specifications•Reviews and reports internal validation data.•Conducts and prepares DOEs to investigate battery cell product performance.•Plan, design, and perform electrical and physical testing of battery cells. •Test Lithium-ion battery cells using cell cycling equipment (Maccor) •Design/write cycling equipment scripts to evaluate battery performance.•Direct abuse (short circuit, overcharge, etc.), UN (shipping), environmental tests, mechanical shock and vibration.•Collect, organize, process, and analyze large quantities of cell test data to evaluate performance and summarize data in test reports•Conduct failure analysis and postmortem to determine battery cell failure modes and mechanisms that limit cell performance •Writes, plans, co-develops procedures and analyzes data for validation activities at vendor sites.•Reviews and approves design requirements
BS (MS or higher preferred) Degree in engineering or material science
Scientist I Single Cell Transcriptomic Approaches To Cell Types In The Mouse Nervous System
The Allen Institute for Brain Science, located in Seattle, Washington, is committed to understanding how the brain works and helping to unlock the mysteries of neurological diseases and disorders affecting millions worldwide.
The Allen Institute is seeking an exceptional candidate who will be part of a Seattle-based multidisciplinary team within the Cell Types Program. The successful candidate will participate in high-throughput single cell transcriptome data generation and analysis to support the effort funded by the newly awarded BRAIN grant from the NIH, which aims to define all cell types in the adult mouse brain. The candidate will be a Ph.D. graduate in life sciences or computational biology and will possess strong experimental and computational skills. She/he will collaborate with several other departments on the identification and classification of cell types in the mouse nervous system.
Work within the Molecular Genetics team on experimental design, execution, and research associate training in order to generate large-scale single cell transcriptome datasets.
Work with Modeling, Analysis and Theory team to timely and iteratively analyze single cell data from the internal single cell transcriptomics pipeline and facilitate generation of cell type taxonomy.
Design and execute validation and follow-up experiments to place the transcriptomics results in the neurobiological context.
Write and publish manuscripts, grant progress reports and grant applications.
Present work internally and externally at conferences.
Evaluate new single cell RNA-seq platforms and techniques.
Work with Electrophysiology and Neuroanatomy teams to facilitate data organization and integration in an effort to create multimodal neuronal taxonomy.
Ph.D. in life sciences or computational biology (e.g., Neuroscience, Genomics, Genetics, or related field).
Knowledgeable in genomic data generation from primary tissues (rodent handling, dissection, single cell collection, molecular biology, and next generation sequencing).
Knowledgeable about developmental neurobiology and systems neurobiology
Knowledgeable about RNA-seq, ATAC-seq and/or ChIP-seq data
Proficiency in R and Linux shell scripting.
2+ years of experimental experience in genomic data generation from primary tissues (rodent handling, dissection, single cell collection, molecular biology, and next generation sequencing).
2+ years of experience working in a rodent model system studying a neurobiological problem in vivo (e.g., developmental neurobiology, systems neurobiology).
2+ years of computational experience working with RNA-seq, ATAC-seq and/or ChIP-seq data, preferably at the single cell level.
Ability to develop, test, implement, and share new experimental and computational tools quickly, in an iterative manner, after feedback from experimental, data production, and analysis teams.
Experience with additional programming languages (Perl, Python, Matlab) preferred.
Exceptional oral and written communication skills.
Ability to work independently as well as part of a team to meet aggressive timelines in a collaborative environment.
It is the policy of the Allen Institute to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, the Allen Institute will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.
Fuel Cell Stack Unit Cell Research Engineer
Job Description: & Qualifications
Ford Research and Advanced Engineering is expanding fuel cell development activities at its Dearborn Research and Innovation Center and is seeking experienced PEM fuel cell stack unit cell research engineers. The positions will work closely with the supply base and focus on the design and development of unit cell designs and components such as bi-polar plates, seals, and integrated membrane electrode assemblies. This is an excellent opportunity for a highly qualified and motivated engineer to join a diverse team of researchers tasked with shaping and delivering Ford's future product strategy for fuel cell technology.
In conjunction with the supply base, develop unit cell, bipolar plate, seals, and/or integrated MEA designs
Develop and maintain design requirements, specifications, lessons learned, and best practices
Perform engineering analyses such as stress, pressure drop, heat transfer, fluid flow, geometric attributes, tolerance stack-up, etc.
Develop in-house models in support of unit cell design analyses
Develop and maintain quality documents such as P-diagrams, DFMEAs, etc…
Familiarity with stack cost estimating models
- Bachelor of Science in Chemistry or Bachelor of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering
- 5+ years of relevant fuel cell unit cell design and integration experience with a major automotive manufacturer or as part of a major automotive manufacturer joint venture
Experience and/or knowledge in the following topics, Strong background in heat and mass transfer and fluid mechanics, FEA and CFD, Seal design and seal materials or Bipolar plate design, materials, and coatings
Experienced in the use of quality process tools such as P-diagrams, FMEA, 8D, etc.
Strong understanding of PEM fuel cell fundamentals
Experience with Six Sigma methodologies desired
Team player with strong interpersonal skills; able to work effectively in collaborative environment
Strong oral and written communication skills
The distance between imagination and … creation. It can be measured in years of innovation, or in moments of brilliance. When you join the Ford team you will discover all the benefits, rewards and development opportunities you'd expect from a diverse global leader. You'll become part of a team that is already leading the way, with ingenious solutions and attainable products – and it is always ready to go further.
Visa sponsorship may be available for this position.
Ford Motor Company is an equal opportunity employer committed to a culturally diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, age, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status or protected veteran status.
Cell Machine Spec B
Cell Machine Spec B
Company: Monogram Aerospace Fasteners
Primary Location: 3423 S Garfield Avenue, Commerce, CA 90040 USA
Employment Type: Hourly | Full-Time
Function: Manufacturing Production / Distribution
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
Main Duties & Responsibilities
Completely and independently sets-up and operates (machines running) no less than three Assembly Traubs, while maintaining a high degree of quality standards. There could be as many as 3 set up's or 3 machines running (maximum), or a combination of both. Generally runs core and common product as required by the Assembly department with high quality and productivity standards.
Machines surfaces of various types of metals to specifications and close tolerances. Understands and knows how to read product blue prints.
Uses precision measuring instruments. Selects tools, fingers, cams, wheels, spacers etc. for proper set-up, and make minor repairs to machines. Troubleshoots and fixes most production problems with part or machines and takes corrective actions necessary. Seeks assistance as needed.
Description of Essential Functions and
Include the following. Other duties may be assigned as necessitated by Company production requirements. Under supervision with general direction and periodic review performs the following:
Sets-up and operates Assembly Traubs machines and tools accordingly to run the job. Performs calibration, adjustment, layout, safe operating procedures etc. per requirements on highly complex tools and products. Troubleshoots any production problems with parts or machines and takes any corrective actions necessary.
Measures, marks and scribes stock for machining requirements. Verifies dimensions, alignments and clearances to specifications.
Visually or with various precision measuring instruments such as calipers, micrometers, gauges, etc. checks product for accuracy. Sets specific machine speeds, feed rates and spacings per task requirements and optimum quality and productivity. Performs machining to close tolerances (± .0001) as called out by blueprints/documentation.
Provides necessary counts, processes documentation correctly, and
maintains daily production logs using computer software applications or
production worksheets. Keeps interim records for subassemblies, material,
tooling, rework, etc. while in the cell. Uses knowledge of Statistical Process
Control (SPC) where applicable.
Uses advanced Machine Shop Theory to understand specifications such as blueprints, sketches, models or descriptions, or verbal orders, and visualizes product to determine dimensions, tolerances and parts to be machined. Uses advanced machining procedures, advanced tooling princ8iples and techniques, and concepts of efficiency of optimizing sequence of operations.
Works as an active team member by participating in problem solving, team building, and all other team activities to improve the processes, productivity, quality, etc. of the production operations in a cell. Uses interpersonal skills as well as good written and verbal communications. Assists other cell members as required .
Understands and executes 3-pan method. Ensures to verify that product is conforming to dimensions required before mixing with product that has already been identified as acceptable.
Works patiently and professionally with Qualifiers as they dictate adjustments needed to qualify product. Understands importance and provides quality and courteous service to qualifiers and other assembly personnel to efficiently keep product flow through the department.
Must be able to work together with the next or previous shift operator and effectively communicate during a shift changeover any issues with the machine or product, any special requirements, or instructions.
Demonstrated ability to read and write English of a level required in Company shop documents and computer software entry and processing requirements. Must be capable of applying mathematical operations including using fractions and decimals and basic geometry, as required by cell machining operations.
Generally equivalent to ninth grade level. Must be able to read blueprints. Must be able to use precision measuring instruments such as calipers and micrometers comparators and torque testers
Requires 3 years work experience or equivalent skills and advanced knowledge in the set-up and/or operation of a major machine tool, as well as other tools and equipment which are similar or comparable to those used by the Company and which are necessary to fulfill job requirements. Must have read precision measuring instruments such as calipers and micrometers. Must have demonstrated ability to read blueprints similar or comparable to those used in machining operations by the Company.
Location_formattedLocationLong:Commerce, California US
Community / Marketing Title:Cell Machine Spec B
EEO Employer Verbiage:
Cell Processing Associate Car-T Cell Therapy
The Cell Processing Associate is responsible for intermediate processing of patient derived clinical and commercial cellular immunotherapy products. Due to the nature of the starting material (patient cells) this role requires basic proficiency and ownership of the process.
Intermediate ownership for the processing of the assigned Patient starting material in the clean room environment.
Ability to gown aseptically and work in a clean room environment (ISO 8, 7 and ISO 5) areas for extended periods of time.
Maintains and prepares equipment/environment for use.
Ability to work with automated cell processing equipment such as the wave bioreactor.
Ability to perform in process operations such as: bioreactor sampling, static sampling and in process environmental monitoring.
Knowledgeable in the use of production related IT systems such as SAP and MES.
Documents all steps in the assigned Batch record in line with GMP requirements.
Conduct all necessary processing steps for the assigned lot with highest skill level of aseptic technique.
Assist with deviation investigations and inspections.
Participation in assigned qualification/ validation activities, as necessary.
Responsible for successful on time completion of required training curriculum comprising of the necessary Global Operating Procedures (GOPs), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Aseptic Techniques, Gowning Qualifications and other relevant training including HSE for the specific role.
Maintains an "audit ready" module.
Perform other duties as assigned; ie. batch record review, process streamline improvements, safety walk-thrus. EEO Statement The Novartis Group of Companies are Equal Opportunity Employers and take pride in maintaining a diverse environment. We do not discriminate in recruitment, hiring, training, promotion or any other employment practices for reasons of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, marital or veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status. Minimum requirements Position will be filled at level commensurate with experience.
Bachelor's degree in relevant Engineering or Scientific discipline (preferred) or equivalent work experience.
Fluent in speaking / writing in English.
0-1 years of experience in cGMP in cell therapy manufacturing preferred.
Experience desired in:
Aseptic processing in ISO 5 biosafety cabinets.
Universal precautions for handling human derived materials in BSL-2 containment areas.
Cell expansion using incubators and single use bioreactors.
Cell automated equipment.
Knowledge of cGMP regulations and FDA guidance applicable to biologics and cell therapy manufacturing.
Alternate shifts, weekends and overtime will be required.
Ability to work with magnetic field equipment.
Ability to lift 50 lbs. unassisted.
Requires handling of chemicals such as corrosives, solvents & bio-hazardous materials.
Ability to adapt and learn new and complex equipment and systems and detailed scientific content.
Ability to collaborate with other groups, teams and departments in addressing process related issues in a highly diverse environment.
The Second Shift Cell Operator will assemble valves, and/or valve components using assembly machinery or jigs and fixtures.
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
Follow prescribed A.T.I.'s (Assemble test instructions) in order to maintain excellent quality standards
Test and/or package valves and components in individual boxes and into master cartons, marking same with the proper identification labels and instructional materials
Completion of recaps, production records, and quality control documents
Continuous repetitive assembling of valves and/or sub parts
Perform routine housekeeping to ensure area operates within parameters that conform to environmental and safety standards
Wear all required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and abide by safety rules
Must report any job related injury and/or illness immediately to your direct supervisor
Other duties as may be assigned.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND REQUIRED SKILLS:
High School Diploma or GED preferred
Previous assembly experience preferred
Strong manual dexterity skills
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to walk, talk, and/or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand, sit, and use hands to finger, handle, or feel. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds individually, and 80 pounds with assistance. Specific vision abilities required by this job include: close vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
Work in manufacturing environment
As required by the Americans Disabilities Act (ADA)
EMPLOYEE CORE COMPETENCIES:
1.Collaborate Across Workgroup
2.Initiate Positive Change
3.Deliver High Quality Results
4.Focus on the Customer
5.Develops Self & Others
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Manufacturing Cell Therapy Specialist
Manufacturing Cell Therapy Specialist
Manufacturing & Supply Chain
Performs cell manufacturing related activities while wearing clean room attire in an aseptic cGMP manner.
Documents production operations in corresponding batch records and log books per established procedures ensuring accuracy and timely completion. Identifies real time manufacturing issues (deviations and atypical results) and communicates them to the Manufacturing Manager and the Quality team in a timely manner.
Responsible for drafting or modifying manufacturing documents with the Manager and Quality Team oversight. These documents include but are not limited to:
Copies of patient batch records and the Certificates of Analysis of the Drug Product.
SOPs and Batch Record versions.
Equipment and other log books.
Inputting and uploading of manufacturing data in real time to existing database.
Works with the Quality team to author out of specification (OOS) reports, deviation investigations and corrective and preventative actions.
Authors SOPs, batch records, validation plans and technical reports as assigned.
Performs validation and process development runs using cell therapy equipment including but not limited to elutriation systems, COBE 2991 Cell Wash Devices, CliniMACS and controlled rate freezer.
Handles human blood and human blood based product intermediates.
Trains peers and other manufacturing employees in manufacturing process.
Helps with warehouse management, critical reagents and material inventory reports.
Bachelor degree in a cell biology, bioengineering or medical technology related field, or equivalent experience is required.
A minimum of 1 year of laboratory or pharmaceutical/biotech aseptic processing experience is required. 3 to 5 years' experience is preferred.
Experience in a cGMP environment, or pharma / biotech manufacturing environment is preferred with focus on aseptic technique and tissue culture skills.
Experience with Cell Therapy in a manufacturing, laboratory or academic setting is a plus.
Ability to work independently and in a team setting.
Ability to work flexible hours with some night and weekend availability is required. This is a start-up situation so schedules and shifts will change over time.
Ability to stand for multiple hours and lift 20 pounds.
Experience with working in an aseptic cleanroom with full aseptic gowning is a plus.
Excellent verbal and writing communication skills are required.
Computer literacy is required including Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and Power Point.
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Advanced Care Practitioner Hematology Sickle Cell - Levine Cancer Institute Charlotte
Job Req ID: 153190
Position Number: 00151750
Employment Type: Full time
Shift: Monday- Friday, hours may vary
Shift Details: 4, 10 hour shifts
Standard Hours: 40.00
Department Name: LCI Sickle Cell
Location: Levine Cancer Institute
Location Details: Charlotte North Carolina
Sickle cell ACP will practice primarily in an inpatient setting, with an outpatient rotation involved. The team currently rotates through roles.
Goal is for a team of 3 ACPs who make up the Sickle Cell ACP team. The inpatient ACP covers the Sickle Cell Pain service at CMC Main along with the Hematology Consult service while the outpatient ACP staffs the Sickle Cell clinic along with a Multidisciplinary Team and two physicians two and a half days a week, and coordinates care for sickle cell patients in non-clinic time. The ACPs work 4 10-hour shifts, with a rotation of 5th day off.
Coverage is Monday-Friday. Some holidays required. .
Performs initial and periodic medical history, physical examinations, and daily assessments.
Records findings of examinations, assessments and plan of care.
Performs minor medical and/or surgical procedures.
Writes appropriate prescriptions and administers medications.
Orders and interprets daily laboratory and radiology examinations.
Determines treatment plan for patient.
Documents all patient encounters, records observations, interventions, and actions in a medically appropriate manner on the patient's medical record.
Acts as a patient advocate for the population served.
Attends, participates and contributes to group/practice meetings and development of policies and procedures when requested.
Work requires walking, standing, sitting, lifting, reaching, bending, stooping, pushing and pulling. Must be able to lift and support the weight of 35 pounds in handling patients, medical equipment, and supplies.
Must speak English fluently and in understandable terms. Must possess intact sense of sight, hearing, smell, touch, and finger dexterity. Must have the ability to react and perform in stressful situations.
Education, Experience and Certifications.
Must have or be eligible for a DEA license. Approved to practice as a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant in the state one works.
Eligible for prescriptive authority application through the Board of Nursing or Medical Board in SC required.BLS for Healthcare Provider from AHA required with expiration date greater than 90 days from date of beginning practice. Demonstrates appropriate critical thinking, interpersonal skills, and the ability to prioritize and concentrate.
Masters Degree or Doctorate of Nursing Practice required. License to practice as a Registered Nurse required.
Certification in the area of practice from a nationally recognized certifying body required. ACNP, AGACNP, AGNP, PNP, or PNP-AC board certification preferred based population served.
Graduate from an accredited Physician Assistant program required; Masters Degree preferred. Certification from the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants preferred.
At Carolinas HealthCare System, our patients, communities and teammates are at the center of everything we do. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion allows us to deliver care that is superior in quality and compassion across our network of more than 900 care locations.
As a leading, innovative health system, we promote an environment where differences are valued and integrated into our workforce. Our culture of inclusion and cultural competence allows us to achieve our goals and deliver the best possible experience to patients and the communities we serve.
Posting Notes: Not Applicable
Carolinas HealthCare System is an EOE/AA Employer
Nearest Major Market: Charlotte
Job Segment: Hematology, Medical, Physician, Medical Technologist, Radiology, Healthcare
Cell Specialist - Special Processes
Working within a team environment, the Cell Specialist will have responsibility for the operation, and inspection of all types of processes, parts, and activities including part identification, alodine, component assembly, pressure test, etc. He/she will participate in inspection and/or testing related activities to ensure that parts are manufactured in accordance with manufacturing standards and specifications. All Cell Specialists are also responsible to ensure the continuous flow of materials and parts through the assigned Cell.
1.Operation and inspection of all types including braze, acid etch, component assembly, etc.
2.Manufacture and/or tests parts according to engineering and customer standards and specifications.
3.Maintain accurate and reliable documentation.
4.Perform inspection and/or testing related activities to ensure that parts are machined in accordance with manufacturing standards and blueprint specifications. Visually inspects parts to ensure they are free of burrs or damaged surfaces.
5.Remove burrs, sharp edges, tool marks and other irregularities from machined parts to ensure they are in accordance with engineering blueprints, and tolerance requirements.
6.Maintain proper identification of parts per planning specifications and ensure that accurate and reliable records and documentation are maintained.
7.Communicate change of shift requirements to ensure team members receive accurate and reliable information and documentation.
8.Perform routine maintenance of machines and equipment operated.
9.Clean, organize and maintain cellular manufacturing work area in accordance with established standards.
RequirementsHigh School or GED and a minimum of six months of directly related experience. Direct experience in braze and component assembly is preferred.
Effective interaction with team members, customers and all levels of management. Reads, understands and correctly interprets basic blueprint drawings.
- Must be capable of lifting 50 lbs. from floor to waist.
(Note – must use a lift assist or assistance from other individual(s) when lifting in excess of 50 lbs.)
Must be capable of pushing or pulling a weight of 60 lbs.
Must have grip strength of at least 50 lbs.
Responsible for and accountable for product safety and the quality of work, including, as a minimum, all elements defined in the Company's Quality Policy.
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Research Technician 2 For The Center For Cell Reprogramming, Department Of Pathology – Georgetown University Medical Center
Located in a historic neighborhood in the nation's capital, Georgetown offers rigorous academic programs, a global perspective, exciting ways to take advantage of Washington, D.C., and a commitment to social justice. Our community is a tight knit group of remarkable individuals interested in intellectual inquiry and making a difference in the world.
Research Technician 2 for the Center for Cell Reprogramming, Department of Pathology – Georgetown University Medical Center
The Research Technician 2 assists in carrying out cancer research experiments, especially generation and maintenance of patient-derived conditionally reprogrammed cell lines and 3D primary cell cultures from various tumor tissue types (e.g., salivary gland, pancreas and brain cancers; and uses zebrafish model system to isolate metastasis specific cells from primary tumors. The Research Technician 2 has duties that include but are not limited to:
Establishes primary cell cultures using patient's or mouse PDX tissue materials using conditionally reprogram cell technology.
Maintains the cultures and carry out proliferation assays.
Carries out several molecular biology techniques, such as DNA and RNA isolation from cells and tissue materials, qPCR, and gel electrophoresis for DNA and proteins.
Prepares protein cell lysates for Western blotting.
Performs immunofluorescence staining of cells and capturing images.
Images zebrafish using IF microscope.
Keeps impeccable experiments' details, experiments' results, and interpretation of data in the laboratory notebook, and presents data in the lab meetings.
Maintains computer hardware and software.
Performs routine lab jobs such as glassware washing and autoclaving, which are shared with others in the laboratory.
Bachelor's degree – Master's degree preferred
2 years of experience in tissue culture, DNA/RNA isolation, PCR, protein gels, and immunoblotting - preference for 2 years of extensive lab experience in cellular and molecular biology techniques
Preference for experience with zebrafish handling and injections in embryos
Working knowledge of immunofluorescence microscopy
Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Photoshop, and any statistical analysis software
Georgetown's Center for Cell Reprogramming pursues and promotes research on stem-like cells, with an emphasis on conditionally reprogrammed cells, adult stem cells and their relevant biological/medical applications. We serve as a nidus for faculty recruitment, for internal and external research collaborations, and for facilitating funding from the National Institutes of Health, Department of Defense, pharmaceutical companies and foundations. We currently sponsor seminars by world-class scientists to maintain the Center at the forefront of the rapidly advancing field of cell reprogramming.
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