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Lab Support Coordinator I/II
Ref No.: 18-04513
Location: Pleasanton, California
This is an excellent opportunity to join the global leader in the medical diagnostic industry by exploring this great opportunity for a professional wanting to grow in their career to work with a Fortune 100 company.

Lab Support Coordinator I/II
6 month contract starting out
Pleasanton,CA


Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Support designated laboratory areas by engineers and scientists.
  • Works with Lab Supervisor/Manager that oversees all lab activities.
  • Trains and documents orientations for new lab users on laboratory organization, workflows, Quality System compliance, and Safety requirements.
  • Manages lab documentation and lab training to ensure Quality, Safety and departmental compliance.
  • Enforces Safety and other required laboratory practices, with the independent authority to deny lab users room access, impose re-orientation, and contact user's supervisor if necessary.
  • Addresses laboratory organization/waste/cleanliness issues with laboratory users, General Lab Support, and Facilities to ensure compliance.
  • Coordinates with equipment owners across departments to obtain and send out measurement and test equipment/instrumentation for calibration by external service providers.
  • Designates in and out of service status to prevent use of out of service or out of calibration instrumentation.
  • Manages shipment and logistics for all instruments and standards sent off-site for calibration and/or repair. Follows up with vendors to ensure timely return of equipment.
  • Ensures visitors/contractors abide by procedures and policies while on site, including gowning requirements and good documentation practices.
  • Reviews calibration worksheets and certificates provided by external service providers for completeness and accuracy, and maintains database documents both hard copy and electronically within the Blue Mountain Regulatory Asset Manager (BMRAM) System.
  • Use Microsoft Excel to manage initial instrument asset record prior to final entry into RAM system.
  • Ensures OOT events are report in a timely manner and that all necessary documentation is available to facilitate closure of the associated deviation investigations.
Other Qualifications:
  • Strong desire to work in a highly regulated environment, with diligent attention to detail to ensure laboratory areas meet regulatory, safety and departmental requirements.
  • Basic working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and overall comfort and general familiarity with computer systems.

Education/Experience:
Minimum: 0-3 years of relevant industry experience.
Preferred: 4-6 years of experience working in an IVD GMP/ISO regulated environment.