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AVAILABLE POSITIONS: Physician Investigator, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea Manufacturing Manager Research Associate Gametocyte Production Calibration/Metrology Technician - Summer Intern/Employment
Physician Investigator, Malabo, Equatorial Guinea
The Physician Investigator will support Equatorial Guinea Malaria Vaccine Initiative (EGMVI) Stage 3 activities on site in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea for the duration of the project, approximately 2-3 years. The physician must be fully bilingual (written and spoken Spanish and English) and experienced in clinical research / field epidemiology. This position will be the local Sanaria project director, interact closely with onsite collaborators, partners and contractors, and assure that Sanaria's project objectives are met. Periodic visits to other sites in Africa, especially Tanzania, where Sanaria is sponsoring research trials, to represent Sanaria's interests in similar fashion, will be an important responsibility. The physician investigator will maintain frequent and comprehensive communication links with Sanaria Clinical personnel and report to the Chief Medical Officer.
Work EnvironmentThe incumbent will be housed in Equatorial Guinea and provided transportation and security according to the standards of our administrative partner Medical Care Development International (MCDI). MCDI maintains American and other foreign national staff full time in Malabo with security and health established as high priorities. Quality office space will be provided that is co-located with colleagues and collaborators to assure a congenial professional environment. Environmental hazards include potential exposure to human blood and to local disease hazards including identified and unidentified transmissible agents. Living in Equatorial Guinea may involve capricious events including police stops, local disturbances, inclement weather and travel hazards.
Sanaria's vaccine production is based on the life cycle of the parasite. Sanaria is producing material intended for Phase 3 trials and launch. Sanaria's manufacturing is a team-based environment.
The Manufacturing Manager will be working closely with individual manufacturing teams along with Quality and Operations to achieve Sanaria's manufacturing goals. The Manufacturing Manager will be responsible for the daily operations of Sanaria vaccine production reporting to the Executive Vice President of Process Development and Manufacturing.
Knowledge of aseptic operations and support systems is essential. A strong working knowledge of the regulatory compliance requirements for the production of biologics used in clinical studies and commercial manufacturing are essential. Demonstrated managerial skills, written and communication capabilities, and inter personal skills is necessary. The Manufacturing Manager must remain current regarding technical manufacturing requirements and must be able to develop/modifies production methods to fully address such issues. The Manufacturing Manager prepares validation protocols, SOPs, and master batch records. The Manufacturing Manager manages manufacturing operations assuring compliance with appropriate regulatory standards including but not limited to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), EMA Regulations, aseptic manufacturing, and/or Guidance documents such as U.S. FDA Points to Consider (PTC).
Research Associate - Gametocyte Production
The Research Associate will be involved in the malaria PfSPZ vaccine production process. This position involves aseptic techniques, maintenance of parasite cultures and other aspects of GMP Manufacturing including mosquito dissection; revision and development of SOPs and batch records for Gametocyte Production team; conducting standard membrane feeding assays (SMFA) and vailing PfSPZ vaccine. The incumbent is also expected to participate in research projects targeted at optimizing the efficiency and scaling up of procedures.
Qualified candidates must have a degree in Biology or related discipline and 3 years of relevant experience. A Master's degree is preferred. Excellent communication and interactive skills and the willingness to learn new experimental techniques are required. Experience with sterile technique, microscopy and cell culture is desirable. A background in bio-engineering is a plus. Permanent eligibility to work in the US is required.
Calibration/Metrology Technician - Summer Intern/Employment
The Calibration/Metrology Technician will organize calibration data into an online server-based database (Blue Mountain) used for FDA compliance. Duties to include scanning documents into Blue Mountain, cross-checking calibration certificates with NIST (National Institute of Science and Technology) Standards, and organizing the current local system for data management. Other duties may be assigned as time permits.
Candidates must be highly motivated with a keen eye for detail. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in computers and data entry with a focus in Metrology preferred. Preferred background: science, engineering, computer science.
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