Project Leader 1, BioServices


With close direction from the LCMS Bioanalytical Project Manager and Bioanalytical Project Leader 2. The LCMS Bioanalytical Project Leader 1 will:

  • Plan day to day activities for assigned projects.
  • Create work lists for wet lab & LC/MS staff.
  • Request samples from Laboratory Operations for analysis
  • Provide daily direction and feedback to Wet Lab/Mass Spectrometry staff.
  • Import and process run data in Watson. Accept or reject run results.
  • Work with Project Manager to investigate failed runs and runs with analytical issues.
  • Write up analytical results and assemble run binders.
  • Submit accurate weekly assessment of resource requirements for scheduling purposes
  • Attend weekly scheduling and revenue update meetings and provide updates on project progress
  • Maintain run trackers for assigned projects.
  • Provide timely MS timesheets for study tracking
  • Review data (run binders, data tables, etc) for regulatory compliance and scientific quality.
  • Track supply and expiration of project related materials (LC columns, reference compounds, stock solutions, etc).
  • Assemble data tables for client submission
  • Design validation experiments to direct wet lab staff.
  • Archive all studies in a timely manner in accordance with Quintiles SOP.
  • Understanding of liquid chromatography and combination with mass spectrometry.
  • Understanding of sample extraction and routine laboratory procedures.
  • Understanding of method development and validation of assays
  • Ability to interact with internal clients, and work to objectives/timelines
  • Excellent attention to detail and communication skills
  • Ability to follow verbally communicated or draft procedures
  • Ability to describe clearly experimental objectives and data conclusions
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers, managers and clients.


Bachelor’s Degree in a scientific field with 1 year of related experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience in GLP laboratory environment.


  • Extensive use of keyboard requiring repetitive motion of fingers.
  • Extensive use of telephone and face-to-face communication requiring accurate perception of speech .
  • Regular sitting for extended periods of time.

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