Biobank Technician - 2nd Shift

Indianapolis , IN

Brand:   Brooks Automation

REQ ID:   R6271

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Monday through Friday 3:30pm - midnight

10% Shift Differential

Health, Dental and Vision insurance effective on day of hire!

Earn up to 15 paid days off each year plus 12 paid holidays!

Other benefits include: 401K, Employee Stock Purchase Program, Tuition Reimbursement and Student Loan Payback Assistance.

What we do changes people's lives – including yours! 

At Azenta, formally Brooks Life Sciences, new ideas, new technologies and new ways of thinking are driving our future. Our customer-focused culture encourages employees to embrace innovation and challenge the status quo with novel thinking and collaborative work relationships.


All we accomplish is grounded in our core values of Customer Focus, Achievement, Accountability, Teamwork, Employee Value and Integrity. At Azenta, we are dedicated to enabling life sciences organizations around the world to bring impactful breakthroughs and therapies to market – faster.

As a Biobank Technician, you will be responsible for registering, labeling, retrieving, and discarding irreplaceable biological and production materials (research samples, products, etc.), while maintaining appropriate temperatures.  You will be held accountable for performing all assigned tasks with full attention and accuracy to maintain the integrity of the material and the storage processes.

  • Utilize the Company Inventory Management System for all sample handling tasks and ensure chain of custody and audit trails for all activities are proactively maintained.

  • Register samples into the inventory management system. This includes: scanning barcodes, creating manifests as needed, verifying material being registered against project and shipping specifications.

  • Perform all functions methodically and in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Adhere to FDA Good Practices (GMP, GTP, GLP, GDP), International Organization of Standards (ISO), College of American Pathologists (CAP) standards and other regulatory requirements as outlined in SOPs.

  • Handle materials in a manner that maintains required temperatures (+30oC to -196oC) per the project definition and SOPs.

  • Follow all safety requirements for working with infectious and non-infectious biological materials, radioactive materials, chemical compounds and drug products.


  • Bachelor’s Degree

  • OR Associate Degree + 2 years of relevant experience

  • OR HS Diploma + 4 years of relevant experience

  • Relevant experience includes the ability to remain focused while performing repetitive tasks, a demonstrated ability to learn new skills, to follow written instructions and adhere to safety requirements.

EOE M/F/Disabled/Vet

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