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We leverage cutting-edge technologies, combining biotechnologies and nuclear industry, to develop innovative treatments in cancer care. Working at Orano Med means joining a fast-paced company and participating in an ambitious and exciting technological and human adventure. Innovation, team spirit and a results-oriented culture are the values shared by our team members on a daily basis in an agile environment. Find out about our current vacancies!

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  • Instrumentation Specialist, CQV

    Regular/Permanent
    USA / Indiana
    Published on 4/24/2024
    Job reference : 2024-16084
    Orano Med: Orano Med has developed new processes for producing high-purity lead-212, a rare radioactive isotope. Lead-212 is currently at the heart of promising research projects in nuclear medicine to develop new treatments against cancer. The innovative approach, known as targeted alpha therapy (TAT), recognizes and destroys cancer cells while limiting the impact on nearby healthy cells. Job Summary: Orano Med is seeking an Instrumentation Specialist, CQV or Sr. Instrumentation Specialist, CVQ for ATLab Indianapolis, a new, state-of-the-art facility for commercial-scale, sterile manufacturing of therapeutic radiopharmaceuticals. This position offers the opportunity to help establish a new facility with high standards for quality, volume, speed, and reliability. Job Responsibilities: Oversee IQ/OQ/PQ for new instruments Draft/review/approve documents related to CQV (SOPs, calibration certificates, IQ/OQ/PQ protocols, completed IQ/OQ/PQ reports) Equipment/service logs: establish, review, maintain URS for equipment: Assist with drafting/review/approval Responsible for a variety of cGMP and non-cGMP instruments including:Production: preparatory LC, fluid transfer, dispensing, weighing, EM QC: LC, HPGe, gamma counter, sterility, analytical balances, pipettes Hot cells: VPHP, EM, fill/finish, other sensors/controls Safety: radiation detectors for personnel, surfaces, air General: refrigerators/freezers, incubators Assist with cGMP aspects of facilities equipment/sensors/controls: hot cells/cleanrooms/HVAC, temperature/RH, particle counters, fume hoods, access control, etc. Work with instrument operators to develop robust protocols for system suitability checks for equipment Assist with vendor qualifications Top Priority: On-Time Production/Release of Product Batch Release All tasks from the Setup Phase that continue into Production Phase. Carrying out/supervising calibration procedures and equipment maintenance to ensure that instruments maintain their qualified status. Preparation of calibration certificates and data reports using appropriate Quality documentation. Ensuring that the equipment is calibrated as per specifications and industry standards. Oversee warranties, PMs, scheduled recalibration/requalification Scheduling appointments for equipment maintenance and servicing. Troubleshooting and repairing equipment and/or supervise outside contractors performing these tasks Testing repaired equipment to verify qualified status Ensuring a complete stock of backup instruments, spare parts, calibration equipment, other supplies. Expert on instrumentation: liaison to management/inspectors Write protocols for in-house calibrations/qualifications Analyze/suggest equipment upgrades and software Study industry guidelines and perform Change Controls to bring Orano Med SOPs into alignment (FDA, USP/EP, ICH, PDA, etc.) Oversee investigations to resolve deviations/OOS/recalls/complaints/FMEAs related to equipment.
    Published on 4/24/2024
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  • Sterility Assurance Specialist

    Regular/Permanent
    USA / Indiana
    Published on 4/23/2024
    Job reference : 2024-16562
    The Sterility Assurance Specialist is responsible for maintaining sterility assurance processes and ensuring compliance with industry standards and regulations. They collaborate with cross-functional teams to develop and implement bioburden reduction strategies, perform risk assessments, and address microbiology-related issues. Key Responsibilities: Technical Expertise: Provide technical expertise in bioburden reduction methods, including aseptic techniques, cleaning, and disinfection practices. Be a subject matter expert in sterility assurance in interactions with regulatory bodies (such as the FDA), notified bodies, and customers. Develop responses to microbiology and sterilization-related requests and audit findings. Risk Assessment and Root Cause Analysis: Conduct risk assessments related to sterility assurance and microbiology. Perform root cause analyses for sterility assurance, environmental monitoring, and other microbiology-related issues. Develop corrective and preventive actions to address identified risks. Compliance and Standards: Maintain compliance with relevant regulations (e.g. 21 CFR Part 210/211). Ensure adherence to industry standards and best practices. Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to align processes with guidelines. Quality Control and Audits: Regularly audit personnel and processes for bioburden control and sterility assurance. Manage and evaluate ISO classification activities, media fills, and gowning validation processes Perform trending and analysis of environmental monitoring and other microbiological data for management review and continuous improvement Team Leadership and Training: Provide guidance, training, and support as needed to operators in support of aseptic and sterile operations. Foster a culture of quality and compliance within the team.
    Published on 4/23/2024
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  • Chemistry Technician I

    Regular/Permanent
    USA / Texas
    Published on 5/3/2024
    Job reference : 2023-13006
    Orano Med: Orano Med has developed new processes for producing high-purity lead-212, a rare radioactive isotope. Lead-212 is currently at the heart of promising research projects in nuclear medicine to develop new treatments against cancer. The innovative approach, known as targeted alpha therapy (TAT), recognizes and destroys cancer cells while limiting the impact on nearby healthy cells.   Job Description: Orano Med is seeking a Chemistry Technician I to support the scientific research performed as part of Orano Med preclinical Research and Development. The Chemistry Technician I will be responsible for helping chemists to develop, research and produce novel peptides and peptide conjugates with potential radiotherapeutic applications in support of the company's preclinical research activities. Works in laboratories, conducts experiments, and monitors synthesis processes.  Isolates and purifies intermediates and characterizes them by HPLC, LCMS, among others. Major Duties and Responsibilities The Chemistry Technician I will perform a variety of day-to-day tasks including but not limited to: Manual and automated solid-phase synthesis, purification, and characterization of peptides Synthesis of small to intermediate-size molecules using common organic synthesis techniques Use HPLC, LC/MS for peptide characterization and purification workflow Plan, execute, and document work under the guidance of a supervisor Organizes time to meet project timelines Ability to understand deadlines and commitments/ can effectively manage time in the lab Organized individual who can carry out tasks from start to end with little supervision, once properly trained on the task at hand Can communicate clearly in written and verbal forms Research literature to help solve problems associated with current and future projects
    Published on 5/3/2024
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  • Production Operator

    Regular/Permanent
    USA / Indiana
    Published on 4/2/2024
    Job reference : 2023-12923
    OranoMed is seeking a Production Operator for the production team at ATLab Indianapolis (“ATLab IND”), a new facility for commercial-scale manufacturing of sterile therapeutic radiopharmaceuticals. The top priority for the Production Operator will be routine production. This position presents the opportunity to help establish a new facility that will meet high standards for quantity, speed, and reliability. Prior to routine operations: Work with Production team to improve the process Writing/reviewing relevant SOPs Implement new equipment, materials, software, systems Environmental qualification of new cleanrooms Complete: reading SOPs, gowning qualification, media fills, process training, bioburden runs, PV runs, tech transfer Remote work may be possible during the period the facility is under construction. Once production begins: Top priority: Daily routine production o Follow EHS regulations/guidelines: NRC (ALARA), OSHA, EPA, chemical, waste disposal, state/local regulations, etc. o Manufacturing activities following SOPs, using proper aseptic technique o Setup production; line clearance; clean/VPHP o Troubleshoot urgent problems o Identify, document, communicate failures/near misses Quality/continuous improvement o Adhere to SOPs, company policies, regulatory requirements, laws o Work closely with QC/QA to deliver quality product o Assist with deviations, OOT/OOS, CAPAs, change controls, audits, inspections Cross-train and perform o Cleanrooms: cleaning, EM, restocking o Packaging/labelling/driving/shipping of radioactive product o Routine radiation surveys, wipe tests Other o Maintain paper/electronic batch records, equipment logs, other records o Equipment: maintain, qualify, calibrate, prepare, report problems, troubleshooting o Maintain stock of materials/supplies; receive deliveries; obtain documentation for raw material release o Recruit/train new employees o Other tasks as needed
    Published on 4/2/2024
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  • Safety Officer

    Regular/Permanent
    USA / Texas
    Published on 3/26/2024
    Job reference : 2024-16266
    The Safety Officer manages the Radiation Safety, Chemical Safety, and Environmental Health & Safety programs and serves as the subject matter expert for safety regulations impacting the various departments.  Duties include developing policies and procedures in accordance with applicable regulatory entities. Primary Job Duties:  Radiation Safety Officer Formulates, prepares, and implements the Radiation Safety Policies and Procedures. Implements the Radiation Worker Training program and provides Radiation protection oversight. Trains employees on radiation safety procedures. Reviews and maintains historical record of area surveys. Tracks, trends and reports radiation exposure of employees and area radiation surveys. Manages employee radiation exposure badges and electronic dosimeters Maintains inventory of radioactive materials (RAM), RAM receipt documentation, RAM shipping documentation and usage logs. Performs periodic equipment and sealed source checks to comply with applicable regulations. Regularly inspects facility and audits practices for radiation safety compliance, addressing any concerns promptly. Maintains DOT and Hazmat certification for compliance with radioactive material shipments – domestic and international. Chemical Safety Officer Formulates, prepares and implements the Chemical Hygiene Plan to ensure regulatory compliance as mandated by local, state, and federal agencies. Formulates, prepares and implements chemical safety policies / programs such as proper chemical inventory, labeling & storage procedures, chemical material disposal, and chemical implications for fire protection. Ensures proper chemical or hazmat spill preparedness & clean-up supplies are kept in stock. Conducts routine and follow-up chemical safety and hazard inspections throughout the facility ensuring adherence to established procedures and proper operation of chemical hoods, eyewashes, safety showers and other emergency equipment. Responds to emergency situations involving hazardous materials, or fire and smoke incidents; prepares reports of findings and submits recommendations. Analyzes chemical accident and incident reports for trends; makes recommendations for correcting unsafe conditions and actions. Environmental Health & Safety Officer Develop, manage & maintain the Environmental Protection, Safety, and Health plan. Perform process, jobs, and work site hazards analysis and reviews, and define the hazards controls to be integrated during planning activities, and implemented during process development, work instructions development, and work execution. Monitor and evaluate activities and work areas, and address safety issues and concerns with employees; provide feedback into the work processes of issues observed. Capture and report safety incident notifications, investigations, and the root cause. Track and report company Safety Key Performance Indicators. Maintain continuous improvement of the the Company's Safety Culture.
    Published on 3/26/2024
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  • Senior Clinical Project Manager

    Regular/Permanent
    USA / Texas
    Published on 2/23/2024
    Job reference : 2024-15654
    Orano Med: Orano Med has developed new processes for producing high-purity lead-212, a rare radioactive isotope. Lead-212 is currently at the heart of promising research projects in nuclear medicine to develop new treatments against cancer. The innovative approach, known as targeted alpha therapy (TAT), recognizes and destroys cancer cells while limiting the impact on nearby healthy cells. OranoMed is seeking a Senior Clinical Project Manager for its clinical trials. The Senior Clinical Project Manager is responsible for the oversight of assigned clinical trials and associated activities ensuring that they are executed, conducted, and completed in accordance with corporate goals and objectives, applicable regulations, and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). The Senior Clinical Project Manager functions with minimal supervision, collaborating with inter- and intra- company resources to ensure quality performance and that project timelines and needs are being met. Main responsibilities include: • Evaluate and oversee the activities required to execute, conduct, and complete clinical trials while managing to the established timelines and corporate budgets. • Function as primary liaison for vendor personnel, site personnel, and internal personnel regarding trial related topics and/or questions. • Negotiate site budgets and contracts. • Collaborate with cross functional team members (e.g., pre-clinical, manufacturing, data management, safety surveillance, biostatistics, and quality assurance). • Manage trial start-up activities by providing input in protocol development, case report forms (CRFs) and study related material and independently developing the Informed Consent (IC). • Develop, implement, and ensure adherence to the monitoring plan for assigned trials. • Ensure the collection, accuracy, and storage of trial related documents. • Oversee trial monitoring activities for assigned trials and personally conduct site visits as needed. • Conduct regular team meetings, assigning action items and due dates, as applicable. • Review and track monitoring reports for content, quality, adherence to GCP and timely submission. • Identify obstacles and related solutions and implement plans, in collaboration with the study team, to ensure the trial objectives, scope and timelines are being met. • Develop Corrective and Preventative Action (CAPA) plans for issues of non-compliance. • Track, measure and report the status of project milestones. • Assist in the development and implementation of clinical Standard Operating Procedures and associated tools. • Other duties as assigned.  
    Published on 2/23/2024
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  • GMP Production Associate

    Regular/Permanent
    USA / Texas
    Published on 3/1/2024
    Job reference : 2024-15794
    Orano Med: Orano Med has developed new processes for producing high-purity lead-212, a rare radioactive isotope. Lead-212 is currently at the heart of promising research projects in nuclear medicine to develop new treatments against cancer. The innovative approach, known as targeted alpha therapy (TAT), recognizes and destroys cancer cells while limiting the impact on nearby healthy cells.   Job Description: Orano Med is searching for an energetic and highly motivated professional to participate in manufacturing of current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) clinical products as GMP Production Associate. This position will perform functions related to production and GMP manufacturing operations, including preparation of clinical doses. This position requires great attention to detail, ability to work in a team environment and interest in optimization of processes. The GMP Production Associate will be responsible for adhering to Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), cGMPs, and all safety requirements involving use of radioactive materials. Major Duties and Responsibilities: Perform radioactive isotope elution and chelation as part of GMP manufacturing according to written procedures. Maintain batch records, equipment logs, and other production records as directed per company procedures. Work concurrently with Quality Assurance personnel to deliver a quality product. Follow and adhere to production schedules and timelines. Execute room and equipment preparation for manufacturing operations. Maintain stock of manufacturing raw materials and obtain necessary documentation. Identify and communicate process failures during manufacturing. Identify common equipment/process failures and troubleshoot solutions for operational challenges. Assist in deviation investigations, corrective actions, and preventive actions. Clean, sanitize and sterilize equipment and components to support production operations. Perform room sanitization activities as needed to maintain controlled environment conditions.
    Published on 3/1/2024
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