Job description Posted 07 March 2022

Title: Analytical Scientist

Location: Stevenage

Pay Rate: £30.72 Per Hour Via Umbrella, Inside IR35 / PAYE Option is available

LOA: 7 Months

Job Description

Bioanalysis, Immunogenicity and Biomarkers: Sample Manager


By virtue of their competence, as demonstrated by educational attainment, training or experience the above person may perform the following job-related activities; together with other appropriate tasks, as requested by management:


Carry out laboratory tasks as required including sample inventory:

  • Physical receipt of samples, checking of sample quality and placement into correct storage locations
  • Check sample receipt paperwork against applicable analytes (drug and metabolites) for biological samples
  • Enter sample manifest information into sample management LIMS system, and confirming sample receipt
  • Disposal of samples from freezers and sample management LIMS system in line with local procedures and written standards
  • Monitoring and maintenance of cold storage units for optimal usage and functionality
  • Processing of control matrix such as blood to plasma/serum and preparation of aliquots

• Liaise with analysts, clinical study teams, clinical sites and contract research organizations to resolve sample and manifest issues as they occur

• Management of sample information in the LIMS including review of randomization correction of sample data LIMS system

• Ensuring that work is performed in compliance with the relevant ethical and regulations (primarily GCP), with procedures guided by applicable government regulations, local practices, and relevant SOPs

• Follow safe working practices and be responsible for the health and safety of themselves and others

• Be the key liaison between Clinical Study teams, IVIVT, Data Managers, and external stakeholders for setting up Pharmacokinetic (PK) component of clinical studies

  • Ensure that clinical samples are collected, processed, stored and shipped appropriately for the analyte(s)
  • Ensure that the data associated with the sample is conductive for data reconciliation. 

• Build knowledge of systems and processes which are key to smooth running of clinical and non-clinical studies for pharmacokinetic, toxicokinetic and biomarker studies