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We believe a dedicated, talented, quality-focused work force is a vital asset to the company and fundamental to our success. We are constantly seeking qualified members who are passionate about doing great work to join our team.

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6 April, 2021
Senior Manager, Quality Control
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ABOUT THE COMPANY

New Beta Innovation Canada Limited (NBI) is a preclinical stage life sciences organization in Burnaby, BC. Leveraging on our expertise in research and development, we are transforming drug discovery into clinical applications for unmet medical needs. We have ongoing collaborations with top universities worldwide on various research projects, with distinguished achievements in the areas of oncology, neurology, ischemic and hypoxic conditions.

Our state-of-the-art GMP manufacturing facilities and laboratories in Greater Vancouver are home to a growing team of professionals who are inspired to develop advanced life-saving hemoglobin-based therapeutics for the well-being of people.

POSITION OVERVIEW

Reporting to the Canadian site Director, and liaison with Head Office, the incumbent will lead the Canadian site Quality Control (QC) team and will be responsible for ensuring the integrity of quality as it relates to process and product.

The incumbent will need to be flexible with their work hours and schedule, and may be required to perform shiftwork to fulfil manufacturing requirements. Pre-employment medical and medical re-examination may be required annually to fulfil regulatory requirements.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Plan, organize, and monitor QC activities in accordance with cGMP
  • Approve or reject starting materials, packaging materials, intermediates, bulk and finished product in relation with their specifications
  • Ensure tests for materials, intermediate, bulk and finished product are done according to validated or qualified compendial methods and the associated records evaluated
  • Approve and implement sampling instructions, specifications, test methods and other quality control procedures
  • Ensure company’s QMS is effectively implemented and followed within QC section
  • Ensure timely and effective communication of potential risks, quality or compliance issues to the appropriate personnel (eg. Qualified Person (QP), site senior management, or Head Office)
  • Facilitate effective transfer of testing methods from corporate to site and adopt their use for intermediates, bulk and finished product at site
  • Ensure alignment of QC systems, policies and practices with those from Head Office
  • Ensure quality control practices comply with regulatory commitments in NBI dossiers per CMC section of marketing applications
  • Approve and monitor any Contract Laboratory analysis
  • Ensure QC facilities and equipment in accordance with cGMP standards and requirements
  • Ensure that appropriate calibration, qualification of QC equipment and validations (including test method validations) are done in accordance to cGMP standards
  • Oversee the control of the reference and/or retention samples of materials and products, and ensure the correct labelling of containers of materials and products
  • Ensure that all required initial and continued training of the QC Section personnel is carried out
  • Establish and maintain QC programs including Environmental Monitoring, in-progress control, stability testing for finished product
  • Provide expertise and technical leadership managing deviation, out-of-specifications (OOS)/out-of-trend (OOT) investigations, CAPA
  • Participate in regulatory inspections and provide responses to QC related matters in a timely manner
  • Perform other duties as required

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Degree or above in pharmaceutical or equivalent life sciences discipline is a must
  • Minimum 10 years relevant work experience with 3+ years of supervisory experience in pharmaceutical or biological manufacturing industry. Knowledge with aseptic processing is preferred
  • Good working knowledge of GMP and regulatory requirements for products in major markets (such as FDA, EMA, HC, TGA)
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Work efficiently with the ability to innovate and identify creative solutions
  • High proficiency in MS Word and good writing skills
  • Strong sense of pride in ownership and quality of work

WHY JOIN NBI?

The best reason is because of our wonderful people and great work environment. If you are looking for a career with meaning and purpose, it’s hard to beat working in life sciences. We provide an attractive compensation and benefits package which recognizes people for their contributions, and comprehensive training and career development opportunities which support our employees’ growth with the company.

If you are interested in joining our team, we encourage you to APPLY today!

HOW TO APPLY

Please apply through our online application system, found at:

Our Careers Centre

 

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6 April, 2021
Manager, Quality Control (Microbiology)
DETAILS

ABOUT THE COMPANY

New Beta Innovation Canada Limited (NBI) is a preclinical stage life sciences organization in Burnaby, BC. Leveraging on our expertise in research and development, we are transforming drug discovery into clinical applications for unmet medical needs. We have ongoing collaborations with top universities worldwide on various research projects, with distinguished achievements in the areas of oncology, neurology, ischemic and hypoxic conditions.

Our state-of-the-art GMP manufacturing facilities and laboratories in Greater Vancouver are home to a growing team of professionals who are inspired to develop advanced life-saving hemoglobin-based therapeutics for the well-being of people.

POSITION OVERVIEW

Reporting to the Senior Manager, Quality Control (QC), the incumbent will perform a variety of microbiological lab related functions and will lead the Microbiology team. The incumbent is responsible for ensuring the integrity of the laboratory in support of a sterile pharmaceutical manufacturing facility.

The incumbent will need to be flexible with their work hours and schedule, and may be required to perform shiftwork to fulfil manufacturing requirements. Pre-employment medical and medical re-examination may be required annually to fulfil regulatory requirements.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide leadership, management and coaching to Microbiology team members
  • Develop training requirements, ensure team members are adequately trained and qualified to perform the assigned job functions
  • Plan, organize, and monitor the group’s activities ensuring they are in compliant with cGMP and that good documentation practices are followed
  • Ensure QC microbiology equipment is qualified
  • Lead the equipment maintenance program and ensure calibration status is maintained
  • Draft, review, approve, and implement Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s)
  • Lead disinfectant efficacy test, method verification and validation according to appropriate guidelines, including drafting protocol and reports
  • Establish and oversee all environmental monitoring and gowning qualification in support of aseptic manufacturing operations
  • Compile, trend and interpret data from environmental monitoring
  • Oversee water testing, materials, personnel and environment to detect microorganisms and to obtain information on types and levels of microbial contamination
  • Develop procedure for and maintain library of environmental isolates from environmental monitoring program
  • Review microbiology test results and the required contract microbiological testing of samples and manage the receipt of test results
  • Provide expertise and technical leadership managing deviation, out-of-specifications (OOS)/out-of-trend (OOT) investigations, CAPA
  • Report accurately and timely any risk, quality and compliance issues
  • Support regulatory inspections
  • Incorporate Corporate Polices and Compliance Standards into related microbiological procedures
  • Perform other duties as required

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Degree in Microbiology or recognized qualification in microbiology
  • Minimum 8 years of relevant work experience with 3+ years of supervisory experience in pharmaceutical or biological manufacturing industry
  • Good working knowledge of GMP and regulatory requirements for products in major markets (such as FDA, EMA, HC, TGA)
  • Have experience with execution of USP and Ph. Eur. test methodologies (e.g. bioburden, endotoxins, sterility, growth promotion) used for the testing of sterile products
  • Excellent interpersonal (verbal and written) skills, detail oriented, organized and able to plan, schedule and oversee the execution of tasks by direct reports
  • Work efficiently with the ability to innovate and identify creative solutions
  • High proficiency in MS Word
  • Strong scientific and technical writing skills
  • Strong sense of pride in ownership and quality of work

WHY JOIN NBI?

The best reason is because of our wonderful people and great work environment. If you are looking for a career with meaning and purpose, it’s hard to beat working in life sciences. We provide an attractive compensation and benefits package which recognizes people for their contributions, and comprehensive training and career development opportunities which support our employees’ growth with the company.

If you are interested in joining our team, we encourage you to APPLY today!

HOW TO APPLY

Please apply through our online application system, found at:

Our Careers Centre

 

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4 March, 2021
Manager, Production (Process)
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ABOUT THE COMPANY

New Beta Innovation Canada Limited (NBI) is a preclinical stage life sciences organization in Burnaby, BC. Leveraging on our expertise in research and development, we are transforming drug discovery into clinical applications for unmet medical needs. We have ongoing collaborations with top universities worldwide on various research projects, with distinguished achievements in the areas of oncology, neurology, ischemic and hypoxic conditions.

Our state-of-the-art GMP manufacturing facilities and laboratories in Greater Vancouver are home to a growing team of professionals who are inspired to develop advanced life-saving hemoglobin-based therapeutics for the well-being of people.

POSITION OVERVIEW

Reporting to the Senior Manager, Production, the incumbent will lead the manufacturing process activities and will be responsible for ensuring the integrity of quality as it relates to process and product.

The incumbent will need to be flexible with their work hours and schedule, may be required to perform shiftwork to fulfil manufacturing requirements. Pre-employment medical and annual medical examination may be required to fulfil regulatory requirements.

Key Responsibilities

  • Lead and develop Process team members
  • Plan, organize, and monitor manufacturing activities in accordance with cGMP
  • Facilitate effective technical transfer of manufacturing process from corporate to site
  • Ensure alignment with corporate regarding quality systems, policies, procedures and standards
  • Ensure site manufacturing comply with regulatory commitments
  • Develop and approve the instructions and SOPs relating to production operations according to corporate and regulatory requirements and ensure their strict implementation
  • Ensure timely and effective communication of risks, quality or compliance issues to appropriate personnel
  • Maintain facilities and equipment in accordance with cGMP standards and requirements (including calibration, process and cleaning validation)
  • Support the inspection, investigation, and taking of samples, in order to monitor factors which may affect product quality
  • Provide support and participate in material supplier qualification and contract manufacturers qualification activities as deemed necessary by QA department
  • Manage and coordinate process development and scale-up development work as required
  • Plan, approve and execute department schedules including production and packaging, facility cleaning and disinfection
  • Be accountable for daily recaps of all production variances and establishing key performance indicators for the shift supervisors to ensure continuous improvement of financial objectives
  • Develop, recommend, and implement measures to improve productivity and maximize efficiency
  • Be present on the production floor as required
  • Prepare and manage targets for Safety, First Time Quality, raw material yield, labor, and packaging materials usage, and maintain budgetary expenses, commensurate with ongoing business volumes
  • Perform other duties as required

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

  • Degree in pharmaceutical, biotechnology, biochemical, process, chemical engineering or equivalent life sciences discipline is a must
  • Minimum 8 years downstream processing experience in biological manufacturing industry with 3+ years of supervisory experience
  • Knowledge with aseptic processing, liquid dose or injectable is a must
  • Good working knowledge of GMP and regulatory requirements for products in major markets (such as FDA, EMA, HC, TGA)
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Work efficiently with the ability to be innovative and identify creative solutions
  • High proficiency in MS Word and good writing skills
  • Strong sense of pride in ownership and quality of work
  • Ability to effectively prioritize and manage competing tasks and projects
  • Strong problem solving and decision-making skills
  • Strong attention to detail and time management

WHY JOIN NBI?

The best reason is because of our wonderful people and great work environment. If you are looking for a career with meaning and purpose, it’s hard to beat working in life sciences. We provide an attractive compensation and benefits package which recognizes people for their contributions, and comprehensive training and career development opportunities which support our employees’ growth with the company.

If you are interested in joining our team, we encourage you to APPLY today!

Our Careers Centre

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25 February, 2021
Technician, Quality Control (Microbiology)
DETAILS

ABOUT THE COMPANY

New Beta Innovation Canada Limited (NBI) is a preclinical stage life sciences organization in Burnaby, BC. Leveraging on our expertise in research and development, we are transforming drug discovery into clinical applications for unmet medical needs. We have ongoing collaborations with top universities worldwide on various research projects, with distinguished achievements in the areas of oncology, neurology, ischemic and hypoxic conditions.

Our state-of-the-art GMP manufacturing facilities and laboratories in Greater Vancouver are home to a growing team of professionals who are inspired to develop advanced life-saving hemoglobin-based therapeutics for the well-being of people.

POSITION OVERVIEW

Reporting to the Manager/ Senior Manager, Quality Control the incumbent will perform a variety of laboratory support and testing functions to ensure uninterrupted operations and timely completion of activities within the Quality Control group.

The incumbent will need to be flexible with their work hours and schedule, and may be required to perform shiftwork to fulfil manufacturing requirements. Pre-employment medical and medical re-examination may be required annually to fulfil regulatory requirements.

Key Responsibilities

  • Perform routine preparation of various reagents, solutions, and culture media to be used within the Quality Control Laboratories.
  • Perform routine operation of various equipment which include but not limited to pH meter, conductivity meter, autoclaves and drying oven.
  • Perform routine sample collection and associated routine testing for environmental monitoring (water and steam sample collection, cleanroom air samples and particle counts, personnel monitoring, etc.)
  • Participate in the laboratory housekeeping tasks and ordering of laboratory supplies.
  • Perform sampling of various raw materials and other components as required.
  • Comply with Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and maintain strict and accurate quality control documentation of all test procedures and results.
  • Ensure that lab cleanliness and safety standards are maintained.
  • Perform other related tasks as needed.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

  • Degree in life sciences. Degree in Microbiology or recognised qualification in microbiology preferred.
  • 0-3 years relevant work experience in pharmaceutical or biological manufacturing industry with good knowledge of aseptic techniques and understanding of good documentation practices.
  • Have working knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and be familiar with USP and EP test methodologies (Bioburden, Sterility, Endotoxin)
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, ability to work independently and in a team environment.
  • Ability to act with tact, good judgment, and discretion as appropriate.
  • Ability to complete work in a timely manner with a strong attention to detail and sense of pride.

WHY JOIN NBI?

The best reason is because of our wonderful people and great work environment. If you are looking for a career with meaning and purpose, it’s hard to beat working in life sciences. We provide an attractive compensation and benefits package which recognizes people for their contributions, and comprehensive training and career development opportunities which support our employees’ growth with the company.

If you are interested in joining our team, we encourage you to APPLY today!

Please apply through our online application system, found at:

Our Careers Centre

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14 January, 2021
Senior Specialist, Quality Control (Microbiology)
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ABOUT THE COMPANY

New Beta Innovation Canada Limited (NBI) is a preclinical stage life sciences organization in Burnaby, BC. Leveraging on our expertise in research and development, we are transforming drug discovery into clinical applications for unmet medical needs. We have ongoing collaborations with top universities worldwide on various research projects, with distinguished achievements in the areas of oncology, neurology, ischemic and hypoxic conditions.

Our state-of-the-art GMP manufacturing facilities and laboratories in Greater Vancouver are home to a growing team of professionals who are inspired to develop advanced life-saving hemoglobin-based therapeutics for the well-being of people.

POSITION OVERVIEW

Reporting to the Manager/ Senior Manager, Quality Control the incumbent will perform a variety of microbiological related functions and will be part of a team responsible for ensuring the integrity of the microbiology laboratory in support of a sterile pharmaceutical manufacturer.

The incumbent will need to be flexible with their work hours and schedule, and may be required to perform shiftwork to fulfil manufacturing requirements. Pre-employment medical and medical re-examination may be required annually to fulfil regulatory requirements.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Proficiently perform sampling and routine microbiology testing, sterility testing and endotoxin testing in strict accordance with the appropriate testing methods for raw materials packaging materials, in-process and finished products
  • Perform sample collection and associated routine testing for environmental monitoring program (e.g. water for injection, pure steam, personnel, cleanroom sampling (viable and non-viable air, surface sampling)
  • Perform all microbiology related testing in support of process validation and cleaning validation
  • Perform microbial identification as required for routine testing and media fill procedures
  • Perform stability testing to support shelf life studies for the finished product
  • Develop/write Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) in the microbiology laboratory to a high level with minimal editing required
  • Review and perform validation of all microbiological test methods including writing protocols and reports to the required compliance level with minimal input from the manager
  • Comply with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and maintain strict and accurate quality control documentation of all test procedures and results
  • Perform equipment calibration as required for GMP compliance
  • Perform data compilation, trending and report writing on regular basis as required
  • Identify and troubleshoot testing and equipment problems
  • Act as a lead on technical or operational advice on microbiological topics
  • Ensure that lab cleanliness and safety standards are maintained
  • Perform other related tasks as needed

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Degree in Microbiology or recognised qualification in microbiology required
  • 5 – 8+ years’ experience in pharmaceutical or biological manufacturing industry with good knowledge of aseptic techniques and Good Documentation Practices (GDP)
  • Strong working knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) and have experience with execution of USP and EP test methodology (Microbial, Sterility, Endotoxin and Growth Promotion) for the manufacture of sterile products
  • Must be able to gown as required in manufacturing areas
  • Ability to competently apply professional concepts and specialised knowledge while receiving little instruction on day-to-day activities or new assignments
  • Ability to work on multiple tasks at once by prioritizing based on departmental goals
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to work independently and in a team environment, detail oriented and organized and methodical in execution of tasks
  • Ability to problem solve with sound analytical thinking
  • Strong sense of pride in ownership and quality of work
  • Experience working in a start-up environment would be an asset

WHY JOIN NBI?

The best reason is because of our wonderful people and great work environment. If you are looking for a career with meaning and purpose, it’s hard to beat working in life sciences. We provide an attractive compensation and benefits package which recognizes people for their contributions, and comprehensive training and career development opportunities which support our employees’ growth with the company.

If you are interested in joining our team, we encourage you to APPLY today!

Please apply through our online application system, found at:

Our Careers Centre

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6 April, 2021
Senior Technician, Production
DETAILS

ABOUT THE COMPANY

New Beta Innovation Canada Limited (NBI) is a preclinical stage life sciences organization in Burnaby, BC. Leveraging on our expertise in research and development, we are transforming drug discovery into clinical applications for unmet medical needs. We have ongoing collaborations with top universities worldwide on various research projects, with distinguished achievements in the areas of oncology, neurology, ischemic and hypoxic conditions.

Our state-of-the-art GMP manufacturing facilities and laboratories in Greater Vancouver are home to a growing team of professionals who are inspired to develop advanced life-saving hemoglobin-based therapeutics for the well-being of people.

POSITION OVERVIEW

Reporting to the Manager/ Assistant Manager, Production, the incumbent will perform a variety of production activities within a commercial cGMP cleanroom environment. The incumbent will be responsible for preparing and running an efficient production process which ensures compliance to company and cGMP regulations. To be successful in this role, the incumbent must be a quick learner who works well with others, is detail oriented and can follow instructions accurately.

The incumbent will need to be flexible with their work hours and schedule, and may be required to perform shiftwork to fulfil manufacturing requirements. Pre-employment medical and medical re-examination may be required annually to fulfil regulatory requirements.

The  incumbent must not be a carrier of a disease in a communicable form and must not have open lesions on any exposed surface of their body.  Pre-employment medical and medical re-examination may be required annually to fulfil job-related and/or regulatory requirements.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

• Independently perform operation of manual and/or automated equipment including but not limited to Parts Washer, Autoclaves, IV bag filling machine, bioreactors, CIP/SIP
• Execute the validation of production process and equipment
• Employ acceptable aseptic techniques while working in controlled and classified environments, some of which require complete aseptic gowning
• Train new and junior employees on hands-on procedures, set-up and operation of equipment, and troubleshooting techniques
• Support the development, review, revision and validation of documents on production process and equipment
• Act as trouble-shooter to resolve and communicate issues related to equipment, process, and compliance to the Lead Technician
• Execute approved SOP’s and record all required information and data in Batch Record and log books timely, accurately and completely
• Participate and implement continuous improvement on processes
• Keep production areas clean and organized at all times
• Immediately report to manager any conditions or deviations (relating to plant, equipment, personnel or any health condition) that may adversely affect the products, and participate in investigation process as required
• Strictly follow all instructions relating to personal safety and hygiene to minimize contamination
• Support Technician to check and replenish production inventory and supplies in cleanroom as per manufacturing requirements
• Act as Manufacturing Subject Matter Expert to provide information and collaborate with other departments
• Monitor activities to ensure the production area, environment and equipment are properly maintained and operated
• Perform other duties as required

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

• 3 – 5 years of experience working in a manufacturing environment and/ or combination of education and experience
• Post-secondary degree in a scientific discipline, or prior pharmaceutical industry experience is preferred
• Experience of aseptic techniques in a controlled and classified environment is an asset
• Prior experience with pH and conductivity testing, mixing with protocols, formulas/ recipes and experience in aseptic filling
• Must be able to lift at least 25 lbs
• Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively in a team
• Flexible and adaptable to changing circumstance and new challenges
• Strong written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to effectively communicate and interact with all levels in the organization
• Ability to effectively prioritize and manage multiple tasks
• Resourceful and able to problem solve
• Attention to detail and good time management

WHY JOIN NBI?

The best reason is because of our wonderful people and great work environment. If you are looking for a career with meaning and purpose, it’s hard to beat working in life sciences. We provide an attractive compensation and benefits package which recognizes people for their contributions, and comprehensive training and career development opportunities which support our employees’ growth with the company.

If you are interested in joining our team, we encourage you to APPLY today!

HOW TO APPLY

Please apply through our online application system, found at:

Our Careers Centre

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5 March, 2021
Technician, Production
DETAILS

ABOUT THE COMPANY

New Beta Innovation Canada Limited (NBI) is a preclinical stage life sciences organization in Burnaby, BC. Leveraging on our expertise in research and development, we are transforming drug discovery into clinical applications for unmet medical needs. We have ongoing collaborations with top universities worldwide on various research projects, with distinguished achievements in the areas of oncology, neurology, ischemic and hypoxic conditions.

Our state-of-the-art GMP manufacturing facilities and laboratories in Greater Vancouver are home to a growing team of professionals who are inspired to develop advanced life-saving hemoglobin-based therapeutics for the well-being of people.

POSITION OVERVIEW

Reporting to the Manager/ Assistant Manager, Production, the incumbent will perform a variety of production activities within a commercial cGMP cleanroom environment. The incumbent will be responsible for preparing and running an efficient production process which ensures compliance to company and cGMP regulations. To be successful in this role, the incumbent must be a quick learner who works well with others, is detail oriented and can follow instructions accurately.

The incumbent will need to be flexible with their work hours and schedule, and may be required to perform shiftwork to fulfil manufacturing requirements. Pre-employment medical and medical re-examination may be required annually to fulfil regulatory requirements.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Operate manual and/or automated equipment including but not limited to Parts Washer, Autoclaves, IV bag filling machine, bioreactors, CIP/SIP
  • Perform equipment cleaning, room sanitization, equipment assembly, and component replenishment
    Immediately report to manager any conditions or deviations (relating to plant, equipment, personnel or any health condition) that may adversely affect the products, and participates in investigation process as required
  • Participate in the validation of production process and equipment
  • Keep production areas clean and organized at all times
  • Execute approved SOP’s and record all required information and data in Batch Record and log books timely, accurately and completely
  • Strictly follow all instructions relating to personal safety and hygiene to minimize contamination
  • Check and replenish production inventory and supplies in cleanroom as per manufacturing requirements
  • Perform other duties as required

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • 0 – 2 years of experience working in a manufacturing environment and/ or a combination of education and experience
  • Post-secondary degree in a scientific discipline, or prior pharmaceutical industry experience is preferred
  • Experience of aseptic techniques in a controlled and classified environment is an asset
  • Prior GLP experience and/or prior mixing/filling experience is an asset
  • Must be able to lift at least 25 lbs
  • Work effectively and productively with others
  • Flexible and adaptable to changing circumstance and new challenges
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience accurately following policies and procedures

WHY JOIN NBI?

The best reason is because of our wonderful people and great work environment. If you are looking for a career with meaning and purpose, it’s hard to beat working in life sciences. We provide an attractive compensation and benefits package which recognizes people for their contributions, and comprehensive training and career development opportunities which support our employees’ growth with the company.

If you are interested in joining our team, we encourage you to APPLY today!

HOW TO APPLY

Please apply through our online application system, found at:

Our Careers Centre

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