Reagent Manufacturing Manager at Notable Labs
San Francisco, CA, US
Are you a seasoned reagent manufacture with experience in scaling up a production environment? Are you looking for a mission driven company where the work you do will directly impact human lives?

Notable Labs seeks a Reagent Manufacturing Manager to develop reagent manufacturing processes, formulate reagents at scale, define QC processes, conduct stability studies and create manufacturing SOP’s. This is an ideal opportunity for individuals who thrive in a changing environment and enjoy supporting and delivering world-class products that meet both external and internal customer needs. You will enjoy both the challenge of building new products, and the rigor and accountability of manufacturing and delivering high quality products for Notable Labs. This is both a strategic and a tactical position, and those that do not want to get their hands dirty should not apply.


Carry out manufacturing processes such as the creation of reagents, antibodies, and enzymes, in an automated clinical and research laboratory
Assist in the receiving, handling, and monitoring of quantities of raw materials and finished products
Develop quality control tests for reagent qualification and stability testing
Maintain thorough, accurate and detailed documentation in batch records of all work produced
Document manufacturing activities and quality control results and deviationsIdentify and help implement process changes to streamline throughput of reagent manufacturing, including the introduction of process automation and identifying LIMS requirements
Assist in troubleshooting and problem solving as it relates to equipment or product related issues
Create SOPs for all manufacturing related processes, and act as subject matter expert for revisions or improvements to manufacturing documents
Work closely with both R&D and production teams to create a shared core resource

About you:

BS in Molecular Biology or related field
At least 4 years of QC testing and/or reagent manufacturing experience in industry
Familiarity with automated instrumentation (Hamilton Liquid Handler and Echo acoustic liquid handler)
Proficiency with concentration calculations and dilution measurements
Attention to detail and the ability to develop and follow written procedures
Adaptability to changes in a fast-paced environmentSchedule flexibility with some evenings and weekends
Basic computer skills: Google Docs, Mac