Remote: Biologics -Technical Writer (235277)

Life Sciences & Technology
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Duration

  • 3+ months

Job Description

  • Our client is looking for a Senior Technical Writer with significant Biologics knowledge. They are in the late stage of their project and need extra support with expediting the delivery of protocols/reports. This role will require a consultant to receive protocols pre-execution, then write/assemble protocols into tables, graphs, charts, testing sheets, making sure the reports are organized and well-written for post executions. Since this is a Biologics role, the ideal candidate will have experience with writing process validation (upstream & downstream) protocols, monoclonal antibodies, and vaccines.

Education

  • Experience outweighs education

Skills

  • Process Validation protocols (Upstream & Downstream), Biologics, Monoclonal antibodies

Nice to have

  • Statistical analysis (Standard deviations)

 

Remote: Biologics -Technical Writer (235277)

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About Black Diamond Networks
Black Diamond Networks delivers talent uplifted. We deploy highly skilled consultants to support quality, compliance, and innovation in regulated industries and beyond. Black Diamond’s delivery model is wired for speed and precision, due to a cultivated community of experts in life sciences, engineering, and technology. Raise your expectations for dynamic solutions.

Black Diamond Networks is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.

Start Date
ASAP
Location
US Remote

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