Track, report and maintain database of team hours and expenses on a weekly basis. Track the progression of assignments to ensure timely delivery. Identify assignments that require time or budget extensions and provide documentation to justify request. Data extraction from toxicology studies and curation of relevant data. Develop operational proficiency with Instem’s Provantis® preclinical software, SmartSheet, and the National Toxicology Program’s Toxicology Data Management System Enterprise. Write reports according to company or GLP standards. Review, edit, standardize and QC study reports and documents as well as QC of reference database entries. Confer with Study Directors and Principal Investigators to identify and verify data files used to prepare reports. Maintain records and files of work and revisions. Search published literature for background information and content to be included in reports. Perform other writing or editing tasks as needed –book chapters, manuscripts for publication, etc. Prepare project documents as needed - new work assignments, summaries of hours usage, etc. Work in a team environment with a professional and positive attitude. Provide technical and administrative support to pathology team as needed. Other duties as needed.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Familiarity with toxicity testing standards, regulations and guidelines. Proficient in searching scientific literature. Excellent organizational skills and keen attention to details. Proficient with Microsoft™ Word, Access, Endnote and Excel. Familiarity with systematic review software applications desired. Experience working with diverse project teams.
Bachelor’s degree in biology or other scientific field with technical writing and/or project management experience.