LES Developer Position Description
The Laboratory Execution System (LES) Developer is a part of the Early Development Services systems team within the bioanalytical laboratory. The developer ensures the user requirements of the laboratory are incorporated, to the extent possible, into the LES. Daily tasks may involve modifying existing e-workbook templates to meet revised requirements, building new e-workbook templates to meet new requirements, writing and executing performance qualification scripts, interviewing subject matter experts to outline requests for new or revised template e-workbook templates. Position Responsibilities
- Break down user requirements into smaller manageable executables to achieve the template goal
- Programs LES templates (via e-workbook syntax, database queries and database writes) using helper, counter and other tables to enhance the end user experience
- Serves as a key member of the team by attending team meeting and working with other developers and validation specialists to bring templates to the production environment
- Performs quality review of templates under development.
- Provides draft templates for iteration testing and feedback from the user community
- Writes scripts for performance qualifications and, as appropriate, executes PQ scripts to complete the validation of the LES template
- Bachelor's degree in a quantitative or scientific field
- 2 years of experience in regulated bioanalysis and/or
- 2 years of experience in spreadsheet formula development and software validation
- Shows a basic understanding of bioanalytical sample processing
- Able to effectively communicate across interdepartmental groups
- Demonstrates basic knowledge of spreadsheet formulas (e.g. Microsoft Excel)
- Exhibits excellent written and oral communication skills
- Encounters requests or problems that are varied but similar.
- Use basic analytical techniques to simplify and better define the user requirement or problem.
- Uses previous experience to identify the most appropriate option or adapts or improves existing approaches.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Race, Color, Religion, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, National Origin, Age, Genetic Information, Disability, Protected Veteran Status, or any other legally protected group status.