Calvert Laboratories is looking for a full-time Study Director to join the Pharmacokinetics Department and to perform non-clinical testing of experimental drugs in animals.
The successful applicant will confidently interact with clients to develop study protocols involving the analysis of experimental drugs in animals, oversee the progress of projects, interpret study results, and prepare study report in compliance with the Company’s Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Good Laboratory Practices (GLPs).
Coordinate and design non-clinical experimental drug studies
Develop cost quotations for each study using the Company’s internal costing template
Write and execute study protocols Monitor technical staff and the progress of on-going studies
Perform calculations using the WinNonlin computer program to measure the pharmacokinetic profile of experimental drugs in animals
Interpret study results and write reports for clients
Ph.D. or M.S. in a scientific discipline with a working knowledge of HPLC and standard analytical laboratory instrumentation
Prior experience performing pharmacokinetic analysis of compound behavior in animals is desirable but not necessary
Strong written and verbal communication skills Excellent project managing skills
About Calvert Laboratories, Inc.
Calvert Laboratories is a contract research organization (CRO) that focuses on performing cutting edge, non-clinical experimental drug testing utilizing common laboratory animal species. Calvert has been providing these services to pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies over 40 years. We are located in Scott Township just north of the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, PA area. The goal at Calvert is to produce quality science. Together with other staff members or management, our study directors are readily available to assist our clients in meeting their individual study or program needs.
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