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Working for Neva!

As a small but growing business, Neva is always looking for great talent. We are seeking team members that aspire to grow in their laboratory skills, team work and small-business understanding. Being an FDA-registered lab, we need folks with a quality work ethic and solid understanding of GMPs. Our work environment can be described as high-paced, exciting, intellectually simulating, quality-minded, client-focused, small/dynamic teamwork and rewarding. If you are interested in a posted position or have a skill set you think would be a great fit for our business, please email your resume and cover letter to lrussell@nevaanalytics.com.

Laboratory Technician

The Laboratory Technician is responsible for supporting staff scientists through a variety of laboratory activities. This role requires familiarity with analytical chemistry techniques and a regulated laboratory environment.  Demonstration of superior team work and an ability to navigate the dynamic nature of contract analytical services and a start-up business is critical.  This role will entail glassware prep, chemical inventory updates, SDS archiving, laboratory equipment management and preparing buffers and solutions as needed. Additionally, responsibilities include sample management, SOP ,authoring, equipment preventative maintenance, training and safety awareness.
 
Job Expectations:

  • – Execute daily, weekly and monthly laboratory maintenance.
  • – Own and execute equipment qualification, calibration and maintenance.
  • – Work in a collaborative environment with staff scientists and quality management

 
Knowledge and Skill Requirements:

  • – Knowledge and experience working in a regulated laboratory environment.
  • – Knowledge and experience with regulatory requirements and cGMPs
  • – Demonstrated laboratory skills including basic analytical techniques, notebook notation and safety
  • – Strong organizational, multi-tasking and problem-solving skills
  • – Self-motivated and driven to exceed goals and work effectively with minimal direction

 
Education and Experience Requirements:

  • – Associates Degree in a science related field or B.S. in chemistry, biology, or microbiology
  • – 1-2 years’ experience in cGMPs and pharmaceutical industry

 
Work Environment:

  • – Candidate should enjoy working in a small company/entrepreneurial and collaborative atmosphere

Senior Vice President/Director

The senior vice president/director of operations oversees day-to-day operations to support the growth and add to the bottom line of an organization. They focus on strategic planning and goal-setting, and direct the operations of the company in support of its goals. By measuring progress and adjusting processes accordingly, the SVP/D of operations keeps the entire organization on track. The Senior Vice President/Director is responsible for the laboratory operations and shares responsibilities with the Senior Vice President of Quality for business development.

Additionally, the SVP/D is responsible for:

  • – Determining employee benefits
  • – Hiring
  • – Interfacing with clients. Authoring proposals and tracking invoice milestones.
  • – Setting up client CDAs and service agreements
  • – Setting up sub-contracts
  • – Creating a comfortable and enjoyable work environment for employees
  • – Partnering with Quality on decisions
  • – Approving significant capital purchases
  • – Managing direct reports
  • – Reviewing and approving documents
  • – Defining scope of lab expansion construction projects
  • – Identifying and implementing new lab capabilities
  • – Creating and managing promotional materials and business outreach opportunities

Leadership Expectations:

  • – Provide leadership and direction on projects and prioritization
  • – Create structure to enable efficient execution of projects
  • – Critically review expenses to ensure we are budget conscious but can still produce compliant and high-quality work
  • – Translate the business needs and ambitions into reality
  • – Act as the main point of contact for clients during proposal development.
  • – Work in a collaborative environment with staff scientists and quality management
  • – Demonstrate an interest and enthusiasm for developing staff. Seek their feedback and implement their ideas.
  • – Actively seek out new clients and work with existing clients to bring in repeat business

Knowledge and Skill Requirements:

  • – Knowledge and experience with regulatory requirements and cGMPs
  • – Strong organizational, multi-tasking and problem-solving skills
  • – Ability to work in the lab when needed

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • – B.S., M.S. or Ph.D. in chemistry, chemical engineering, microbiology or equivalent
  • – Experience in cGMPs and pharmaceutical industry

Senior Scientist

The Senior Scientist is responsible for managing and executing contract analytical projects through collaboration with staff scientists and clients when necessary. This role requires proven technical skills as a professional in the field of Analytical Chemistry, Analytical Development or Quality Control, demonstration of superior team work and an ability to navigate the dynamic nature of contract analytical services and a start-up business. The Senior Scientist works closely with management to develop efficient, compliant and technically appropriate client project proposals. As a leader in the company, the Senior Scientist is empowered to take ownership of projects and communicate status and resource needs to management. This position reports directly to the Lab Manager.

 

Leadership Expectations:

  • – Manage day-to-day project activities and act as internal resource for technical information pertaining to analytical chemistry and microbiology.
  • – Work with management to build collaborative partnerships with potential clients to develop value in the core business areas of contract Analytical Sciences, Analytical Chemistry and microbiology.
  • – Develop and present creative solutions for challenges presented by clients. Articulate recommendations and solutions in client project proposals.
  • – Execute laboratory studies within the constraints of cGMPs and a start-up business operating model.
  • – Work in a collaborative environment with staff scientists and quality management
  • – Demonstrate an interest and enthusiasm for developing staff

Knowledge and Skill Requirements:

  • – Knowledge and experience with developing and validating analytical methods utilizing HPLC, UPLC, GC, CE-SDS, spectroscopy, PCR, KF, osmometry and other analytical equipment as necessary
  • – Knowledge and experience with microbial and endotoxin detection methods
  • – Knowledge and experience with regulatory requirements and cGMPs
  • – Demonstrated laboratory skills including analytical techniques, scientific methodology, notebook notation and SOP creation
  • – Strong organizational, multi-tasking and problem-solving skills
  • – Self-motivated and driven to exceed goals and work effectively with minimal direction

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • – B.S., M.S. or Ph.D. in chemistry, chemical engineering, microbiology or equivalent
  • – Experience in cGMPs and pharmaceutical industry

Work Environment:

  • – Candidate should enjoy working in a small company/entrepreneurial and collaborative atmosphere
  • – Ability to implement and utilize operational excellence/ lean operating standards

Associate Scientist

The Associate Scientist is responsible for supporting and executing contract analytical projects through collaboration with staff scientists. This role requires proven technical skills as a professional in the field of Analytical Chemistry or Quality Control, demonstration of superior team work and an ability to navigate the dynamic nature of contract analytical services and a start-up business. This role will entail owning/authoring equipment and client protocols/reports. Additionally, responsibilities include sample management, SOP authoring, equipment preventative maintenance, equipment qualification, training and safety awareness.

 

Job Expectations:

  • – Execute laboratory studies within the constraints of cGMPs and a start-up business operating model.
  • – Own and execute equipment qualification, calibration and maintenance
  • – Author SOPs
  • – Work in a collaborative environment with staff scientists and quality management

Knowledge and Skill Requirements:

  • – Knowledge and experience with developing and validating analytical methods utilizing HPLC, UPLC, gel electrophoresis, spectroscopy, KF, CE-SDS, PCR and other analytical equipment as necessary
  • – Knowledge and experience with regulatory requirements and cGMPs
  • – Demonstrated laboratory skills including analytical techniques, scientific methodology, notebook notation and SOP creation
  • – Strong organizational, multi-tasking and problem-solving skills
  • – Self-motivated and driven to exceed goals and work effectively with minimal direction

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • – B.S. in chemistry, biology, chemical engineering, microbiology or equivalent
  • – 2-10 years of experience in cGMPs and pharmaceutical industry

Work Environment:

  • – Candidate should enjoy working in a small company/entrepreneurial and collaborative atmosphere
  • – Ability to implement and utilize operational excellence/ lean operating standards

Scientist

The Scientist is responsible for managing and executing contract analytical projects through collaboration with staff scientists and clients when necessary. This role requires proven technical skills as a professional in the field of Analytical Chemistry or Quality Control, demonstration of superior team work and an ability to navigate the dynamic nature of contract analytical services and a start-up business. The Scientist works closely with management to develop efficient, compliant and technically appropriate client project proposals. The Scientist is empowered to take ownership of projects and communicate status and resource needs to management. This role will entail owning/authoring equipment and client protocols/reports. Additionally, responsibilities include sample management, SOP authoring, equipment preventative maintenance, equipment qualification, training and safety awareness. This position reports directly to the Lab Manager.

 

Leadership Expectations:

  • – Manage day-to-day project activities and act as internal resource for technical information pertaining to analytical development and execution.
  • – Execute laboratory studies within the constraints of cGMPs and a start-up business operating model.
  • – Work in a collaborative environment with staff scientists and quality management

Knowledge and Skill Requirements:

  • – Knowledge and experience with developing and validating analytical methods utilizing HPLC, UPLC, spectroscopy, KF, CE-SDS, PCR and other analytical equipment as necessary
  • – Knowledge and experience with regulatory requirements and cGMPs
  • – Demonstrated laboratory skills including analytical techniques, scientific methodology, notebook notation and SOP creation
  • – Strong organizational, multi-tasking and problem-solving skills
  • – Self-motivated and driven to exceed goals and work effectively with minimal direction

Education and Experience Requirements:

  • – B.S. in chemistry, chemical engineering, microbiology or equivalent
  • – Experience in cGMPs and pharmaceutical industry, 5- 10 years

Work Environment:

  • – Candidate should enjoy working in a small company/entrepreneurial and collaborative atmosphere
  • – Ability to implement and utilize operational excellence/ lean operating standards