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Co-op Program/Intern II - Carlsbad, CA

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


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  • Undergraduate in Biology or related field with 0-2 years experience, proficient in Excel, Word, PowerPoint, strong laboratory & math skills, excellent communication, energized in fast-paced environment, diligent & accurate, positive attitude, results-focused, well organized & detail-oriented.
  • The co-op program/intern II will assist in manufacturing processes such as cell culture, protein purification, and antibody conjugation, while following departmental procedures, inputting data accurately, maintaining inventory, and reporting any safety or production issues to the team leader.

Off-cycle Internship



  • As a member of the Upstream Manufacturing Department, the Manufacturing Scientist Intern (Co-Op) will be responsible for the manufacturing of cell culture, purification and modification products.


  • Undergraduate in Biology, Cell Biology, or life science related field.
  • 0-2 years experience preferred.
  • The salary range estimated for this hourly, non benefited position is $23 - $27/hr DOE. Actual compensation will be confirmed in writing at the time of offer. ​
  • The preferred candidate will ideally have experience in a variety of areas to support the business objectives:
  • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Software specifically Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
  • Strong laboratory & mathematical skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Is energized working in a fast-paced environment
  • Consistent, diligent, and accurate in carrying out responsibilities
  • Displays positive demeanor toward job and others
  • Result oriented and data-driven
  • Well organized and detail oriented.

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities



  • As Manufacturing Scientist (Co-Op), this individual will assure that work is performed in accordance with production schedules, perform hands-on manufacturing tasks and work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment, conduct multiple production runs at one time, and be well organized. Specific responsibilities include:
  • Learn and comply with policies and procedures set forth by departmental standard of procedures and work instructions.
  • Prepare and initiate all procedures and documents under supervision
  • Carry out manufacturing processes related to cell culture, protein purification, gel electrophoresis and antibody conjugation
  • Follow all departmental guidelines and procedures
  • Input data and observations into databases accurately and efficiently
  • Revise documents (SOPs, batch records) as necessary
  • Initiate problem reports related to production issues
  • Maintain lab supply inventory and re-order as needed
  • Perform inventory transactions as necessary
  • Report to the Team Leader / Production Supervisor any safety or production related problems.


Work type

Full time

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