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The Accessioning Specialist II position will join the Biological Sample Management (BSM) group at Adaptive Biotechnology's Seattle laboratory. The primary function of this role is to support sample management and chain of custody for Adaptive's immunosequencing services that includes research, clinical projects, and diagnostic testing.
Primary responsibility is to receive and accession samples into the Laboratory Information System (LIMS) used by BSM AND/OR perform sample discards and returns per standard retention times, or by request.
Enter, upload and ensure accuracy and completeness of information pertaining to samples and related projects through multiple systems
Ensure there is a record of every system transaction relating to each managed sample in order to evidence sample Chain of Custody (COC)
Ensure appropriate inventory management (freezer management) of each physical sample through the entire sample management lifecycle
Perform sample disposition management (disposal, return, re-purpose)
Perform check-in and check-out of biological samples to/from BSM
Follow documented processes, safety protocols and laboratory regulations including Good Clinical and Laboratory Practices (GCLP)
Perform other duties as assigned by Manager or other senior BSM staff
Education: Associate or Bachelor's degree in biology or a related field
Proficiency in MS Office, particularly Excel, and usual office software applications such as email
Ability to follow Good Clinical and Laboratory Practices
1+ years of experience working in a clinical laboratory performing CLIA high complexity testing, or working with clinical samples in a regulated laboratory
Degree includes 18 semester hours of biology courses relevant to medical sciences; 16 semester hours of chemistry (at least six of these in inorganic chemistry); 3 semester hours of mathematics; and 3 semester hours of physics
Highest attention to detail
High integrity and experience with HIPAA compliance
Experience with LIMS systems, and web-based applications
Excellent problem-solving skills
Results and solution-oriented
Ability to work both independently and in a team environment
Excellent organizational and time-management skills
Superior oral and written communication skills
Ability to work in a fast-paced dynamic organization
Job involves working in a laboratory handling human biological specimens. Individuals are required to sit or stand for much of the workday and perform data entry into computer systems.
Adaptive Biotechnologies is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability. Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disabled
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