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  • Study Supervisor

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    Altasciences Preclinical Services
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    Do you want a fast-paced, exciting and innovative career in research? Altasciences Clinical Research is currently seeking a Study Supervisor to be based out of the Seattle, Washington area.


    The Study Supervisor supervises studies, procedures and research assignments; coordinates duties of personnel and study teams and assists with sample and data collection for research studies. In this role you will also assist staff supervisors in developing and completing training plans for functional team members and meet regularly with the team members to communicate study needs and goals.


    About Altasciences Preclinical Services:


    Altasciences Preclinical Services is renowned for its diverse range of safety assessment services and NHP expertise. Our enthusiasm for customized services that focus on the needs of our clients positions us as the uncommon CRO: uncommonly accessible, flexible and responsive. Located just north of Seattle, WA, our team of experts in Toxicology, Pathology, Exploratory Research and Bioanalysis make the client relationship a top priority. We believe the experience is as important as the science that drives it. We believe a better future is possible for everyone and we’re using our nonclinical proficiency to support medical science advancements that will lead to pharmaceutical cures. Want to be a part of a dynamic team that provides continuous professional development opportunities? Work with Altasciences Preclinical Services and set your future in motion! 





    • Ensures that assigned studies have appropriately trained staff, necessary supplies, and necessary forms or electronic systems for data collection.
    • Performs and trains staff on technical procedures on animals, including; injections, blood draws, collection of urine samples, catherization, surgical preparation, restraining, anesthesia, tissue collection, animal disposal.
    • Monitors progress of studies during the In-Life phases to verify adherence to study guidelines and time lines.
    • Attends and participates in meetings regarding study planning.
    • Creates, reviews, and revises Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) relating to animals technical procedures and facility issues.
    • Monitors and reports changes in animal behavior or health and problems with animal room.
    • Monitors and maintains animals and facilities in accordance to applicable laws and regulations.
    • Monitors and reports problems with data collection or equipment. Sets up equipment for studies.
    • Records and enters raw study data into templates for use by Study Directors.
    • Operates and maintains selected laboratory equipment. Ensures equipment is GLP compliant.
    • Maintains general organization and cleanliness of work area, including; cleaning and disinfecting procedure rooms and preparation areas.
    • Provides technical knowledge to Training team in developing training manuals and guidelines.
    • Ensures animals are housed in accordance with federal and established guidelines.
    • Ensures study conduct as described in study protocol. (e.g., dosing, treatments, surgery schedule, necropsy schedule).
    • Documents study procedures and results in study notebooks in accordance with Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) regulations (e.g., animal assignment records, anesthesia records, treatment sheets, study events summaries, euthanasia records, necropsy records).
    • Performs QC review study and facility data in a timely manner.
    • Completes daily research data (e.g., protocols, schedules for projects).
    • Assigns and oversees duties to personnel necessary to complete daily schedules.
    • Schedules and assigns appropriate animal species for studies in consultation with the Study
    • Scientist or Director. Schedules animal and procedure rooms and surgery suites.
    • Reports information regarding clinical problems with the animals, data collection or equipment to project scientist.


    • Bachelor's degree, specializing in science and/or equivalent experience.
    • LATG certification preferred
    • Ability to work with Microsoft Word, Excel, Project, Info Path, Access, Outlook, and PowerPoint.
    • Able to adapt easily to new software programs.
    • Ability to work cross functionally on process improvements.
    • Ability to understand and utilize appropriate mathematical concepts for calculating and interpreting scientific data.

    What We Offer:

    • Competitive salary
    • Medical/Dental/Vision insurance
    • 401K 
    • Life insurance
    • Relaxed dress code
    • Paid holidays
    • Paid Time Off
    • On-site cafeteria and gym
    • Company events, including happy hours, team building competitions, lunches and much more.

    Altasciences Preclinical Services, Seattle LLC is an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status.


    Altasciences Preclinical Services uses E-Verify to confirm the employment eligibility of all newly hired employees. To learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, please visit





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