IT Systems Administrator, Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS)
Join a systems implementation and support team whose legacy will revolutionise the way bring cell & gene therapies to our customers & patients.
As a permanent IT LIMS Analyst you will be responsible for assisting the scientific and IT functions in implementing and optimizing LIMS/ELN whilst ensuring constant compliance with Oxford Biomedica QMS and other regulatory requirements.
Key Duties & Responsibilities:
Work with Project implementation teams and LabWare to develop all needed custom functionality, reports and enhancements for the laboratory and quality assurance/quality control operations
Collaborate with IT to formulate and define scope of work for major upgrades to LIMS through research and fact finding
Works with the LIMS Programme and Project Manager to ensure project timeliness and completion to deliver business benefits
Close collaboration with LabWare LIMS representing the OXB LIMS user community.
Working with the laboratory and allied personnel to optimize LIMS/ELN functions for the laboratory, manufacturing, LMT and QA/QC operations
Provides 2nd-3rd line support of the LIMS system in the laboratory to its users
Supports the LIMS departmental super users maximise the business benefit from the LIMS
Works and coordinates with LabWare personnel to perform programming in LIMS in response to the requirements of the Lab and QC programs.
Identification, design, development, test and support of system/instrument interfaces
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university with major course work in Chemistry, Biology or IT or LIMS/ELN administration or equivalent related training and experience.
Working knowledge of cGLP/GCP and cGMP regulations
Experience of writing SOP’s for laboratory computer and LIMS applications
Proven LabWare LIMS knowledge across different modules, ideally v6 or 7
Previous experience Programming within LabWare LIMS Basic
An understanding of scientific processes and procedures with respect to analytical and scientific operations as well as knowledge in sample management is useful
An understanding of scientific procedures within a LIMS/ELN environment is useful