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SRL - Analytical Chemistry Technical Lab Director

2 months ago
Regular Full-Time
First shift


Oversee Analytical Chemistry Department


Principle Responsibilities:

  • Oversees all technical aspects of production laboratory, case generation and R&D components
  • Directs staff in the technical and logistical development, validation and operation of LC-MS/MS, ICP-MS, and HPLC-fluorescence clinical tests
  • Interacts with clients and physicians regarding tests performed in the laboratory and describe the techniques used
  • Determines the most appropriate platform for clinical tests
  • Mentors scientists in the performance of clinical tests and instrumentation including drugs of abuse, steroids, metals and therapeutic drug monitoring applications
  • Coordinates with five departments on clinical test implementation
  • Coordinates the installation of laboratory instrumentation
  • Ensures the testing systems developed and used for each of the tests performed in the laboratory provide quality laboratory services
  • Ensures the laboratory is enrolled in an approved or alternate proficiency testing program for the testing performed
  • Ensures the establishment and maintenance of acceptable levels of analytical performance for each test system
  • Oversees the development of the laboratory’s plans and programs in evaluation of long-range planning with regard to clinical tests and regulatory action


Education:  Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry discipline required.


Experience:   3-5 years of laboratory management


  • To include management of multiple areas of laboratory
  • Development/validation of bioanalytical tests by LC-MS/MS and HPLC
  • NYSDOH CofQ holder preferred 


Skills:  The ability to communicate effectively both orally and written.  The ability to coordinate multiple resources effectively. The skill set of exuding leadership at all levels.

Additional Information

Must be able to successfully complete pre-employment background check and drug screen, EOE


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